4. Bowser’s Fury (Nintendo Switch)
Based purely on the title, you might assume that the second game in the Super Mario 3D World + Bowser’s Fury package is an afterthought. But while there’s no shortage of fun to be had with Super Mario 3D World, which originally released on the Wii U in 2013, it’s the brand-new game in this collection that really shines. The surprisingly meaty Bowser’s Fury plays like a cross between Super Mario Sunshine and The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild. After a quick intro, Mario can freely explore a chain of islands, solving little quests and occasionally transforming into a giant cat who spars against a Godzilla-sized Bowser. Leave it to Nintendo to do something this bizarre with its flagship franchise, and to pull it off with so much panache and polish.
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3. Ratchet & Clank: Rift Apart (PlayStation 5)
At a time when most developers are using the PlayStation 5 to push the limits of photorealism, Ratchet & Clank: Rift Apart veers in the opposite direction, delivering a rollicking sci-fi adventure that looks like it could have been animated by Pixar. This new installment in the popular franchise centered on a furry animal and his robot pal offers the same stuff longtime fans have always loved — sharp writing, tight platforming, and a seemingly endless array of wacky guns to shoot at the robots and skeletons in your way — and adds a flashy new mechanic that lets you jump between different dimensions. From beginning to end, Rift Apart is as joy-inducing as a Saturday morning cartoon (though you’ll have to provide your own sugary cereal).
2. Resident Evil Village (PlayStation 5 and 4, Xbox Series X/S and One, PC)
25 years (and several dozen games) after the first Resident Evil terrified a generation of gamers, Capcom is still finding new ways to shake up the formula of its beloved survival-horror franchise. With a story that picks up shortly after 2017’s terrifying Resident Evil 7: Biohazard, Village takes an unexpected, everything-but-the-kitchen-sink approach to modern horror, packing in werewolves, creepy dolls, and a very tall, blood-drinking countess who has inspired a staggering number of thirsty tweets. There’s nothing like Resident Evil, and Village proves the franchise still has a bright and bonkers future ahead of it.
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1. Hitman 3 (PlayStation 5 and 4, Xbox Series X/S and One, Nintendo Switch, PC)
The final installment in IO Interactive’s triumphant “World of Assassination” trilogy is, like its predecessors, impossible to describe without sounding like a sociopath. Yes, it’s a murder simulator — but it’s a hilarious murder simulator. By dropping you into a big map and giving you endless ways to hunt and kill a target, the Hitman franchise nudges the player toward Rube Goldberg-style black comedy with assassination opportunities like exploding golf balls or falling moose statues. Though it hits the same highs as the previous two games, HItman 3 also adds some new wrinkles to the formula, including a fiendishly clever level that lets you cosplay as the detective in an Agatha Christie-style murder mystery at a British country manor.
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