1. The Witcher 3
The Witcher 3 is a game with deep lore and world-building that you discover through action and exploration rather than through exposition. It’s a game where your choices actually matter, one that will leave you thinking about its characters and their stories well after you’ve finished the game and moved on. Where you can get lost for hundreds of hours and still not see everything there is to see - and that’s just in the base game.

2. World of Warcraft
World of Warcraft is the fourth game in the WarCraft franchise.
Players control a character from either the first- or third-person perspective and begin exploring the world, completing quests, farming wow gold, interacting with other characters, and fighting all sorts of monsters from the WarCraft universe. The game has several different realms or servers that are independent of one another. The realms include a player-versus-environment (PvE) mode, in which players complete quests and fight against AI-controlled characters; a player-versus-player (PvP) mode where players not only have to contend with monsters but also other player characters; plus two variations on the PvE and PvP where players role-play different scenarios.

3. South Park: The Stick of Truth
It should come as no surprise that not only is South Park: The Stick of Truth ridiculously funny, but it also pushes fantasy tropes as far as they’ll go. Thankfully that doesn’t mean that you’re stuck as a Mage, Fighter, Thief, or Jew (a class which grants you the jew-jitsu fighting style - no, I’m not kidding) as throughout the game you can learn whichever skills you want and tailor the New Kid to be exactly the hero you have in mind. You know, if you imagine 2D kids when you hear the word ‘hero’. Characters from the TV show fight alongside you, although you can only saunter around with one of them at a time, and as long as you’re ok with tons of inside jokes and the odd magical fart attack, The Stick of Truth will delight for hours on end.

4. Persona 5 Royal
Persona 5 Royal, the deluxe edition of the already-fantastic Persona 5, proves that the latest entry in Atlus' JRPG series is still one of the best around. Persona 5 already introduced an instantly memorable ensemble cast, exceptional turn-based combat, and a wild, epic story told with heart. Royal, somehow, manages to not just add new, great content to that story, but also improves upon some of the less-excellent aspects that made the original a bit of a slog. Dripping with style, backed by a real earworm of a soundtrack, and top-of-its-genre gameplay, Persona 5 Royal earns its place among some of the best RPGs of all time.