“Disco Elysium” is a scintillating RPG for anyone who can click a mouse or has a taste for the surreal.

Before 2020 rolls in, and before our thoughts turn to New Year’s resolutions and new console generations, we thought it useful to reflect back on 2019, and think about the games we played and enjoyed. It was a big year for games, spanning from big, auteur-helmed statements, to AAA franchise reboots and remasters, to under-the-radar indie fare and 15-minute curiosities.

Our list below, of course, is not exhaustive. It’s not necessarily a list of 2019′s best games, or the games we considered most impactful (you can read those lists here and here, respectively). Instead, these are personal reflections, touching upon individual likes and dislikes. We hope you learn something new about the games we’ve chosen, and through them, about the team at Launcher as well.

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