Akiba's Trip (say it fast) is a bit of a love letter to otaku culture. The gameplay mechanic of having to rip off people's clothes is interesting, but it does get super repetitious. Many of the characters are standard anime archetypes.
Deception IV follows the previous games motif of "IT'S JUST A GIRL WAIT WHY AM I DYING?" but with more fanservice-y things. Setting up traps and killing people via combos is interesting, but I think the older games are better.
Suikoden 1 is great. 2 improves over it and continues the overall story. 3 is a "sidestory" in the grand scheme of thing and is very different than 1&2 in regards to the gameplay (instead of commanding 6 independent people, you command 3 2-person squads). 4 is easily the weakest in the series with a meh story and annoying gameplay mechanics.
Last Remnant is a kicking rad game that will not explain about 70% of the mechanics, and that's okay if you're just going to go through the main story. If you want to tackle the optional bosses then you need to do some research. I will say that grinding should be heavily discouraged, and leveling up not only makes enemies stronger/changes what you fight, but it also changes items you find so you can lock yourself out of upgrade materials.
The Liar and the Blind Prince is an adorable little puzzle platformer. It's pretty short but it is a pleasant experience.
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