Mad Max is a repetitive but fun game with brutally satisfying melee combat, enjoyable vehicular combat, and despite its flaws, it can be very addictive.
Inspired by classic road films, influenced by the vehicular combat genre, and set in an open world, RoadKill is one of the most enjoyable hidden gems for the sixth generation era of consoles.
Dragon’s Crown Pro is an enhanced version of a beat-em-up with RPG elements and addictive gameplay.
Jydge is a twin-stick shooter with an impressive amount of character customization options, satisfying gameplay, and some mission design flaws.
Predator: Concrete Jungle is a decent action game at best and a bit underwhelming as a whole.
Torchlight II is easily one of the best games in the action RPG genre. If you enjoy building characters, slaying monsters, and addictive gameplay, Torchlight II is a must play.
Soldier of Fortune II isn’t a realistic game, it’s not a tactical game, and I wouldn’t even say it’s a stealth game. It’s an action game and it’s a ton of fun.
Even if you’re a fan of action games, stay away from Resident Evil 6. It tries to be so many things all at once and fails at each of them.
Resident Evil 5 is the sequel to what is often considered one of the greatest games of all time. This entry seems tailored for those that prefer action over horror.
Ratchet & Clank is a reboot of the series and a re-imagining of the first game. It’s also one of the greatest 3D platformers ever released.