2017 has seen a lot of solid Video Games over the past few months. While it might still be too early to nominate the game of the year, there are some titles that shine among others. These games range from different genres and have been praised for their creativity, mechanics, and sense of style. Here are some of the best games of 2017.

Persona 5

The fifth game in the “Persona” series, “Persona 5” stole the hearts of many fans for its streamlined JRPG experience. While many believed that turn-based combat was dead, Atlus proved that it only needed a few tweaks so that this “Dated” system could compete with modern RPGs.

In the game, you’ll take control of a protagonist who moves to Tokyo after being accused of false charges. You’ll meet friends who share similar sentiments and all of you gain the power of “Persona” and decide to form the Phantom Thieves – a group whose primary objective is to steal the hearts of rotten adults. This 80+ hour journey is filled with the right amount of comedy, drama, romance, and action to make your playthrough worth it. “Persona 5” is available to play only on the PS3 and PS4.

The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild

Aside from the Nintendo Switch, many fans anticipated the latest entry in the Zelda franchise. “Breath of the Wild strips the series down to its core and completely changes the formula.

In this open-world adventure, you’ll still take control of protagonist Link who wakes up with amnesia and discovers that Princess Zelda has bee battling Ganon for 100 years. You decide to aid the princess by fixing the lingering mistakes of the past before striking down the evil housed in Hyrule Castle. “Breath of the Wild” was praised for being an unconventional open world game that had minimal bugs and amazing physics.

You can play the latest Zelda installment on the Wii U or Nintendo Switch.

Resident Evil 7: Biohazard

Resident Evil 7” is the result of Capcom finally listening to their fans who have wanted a new survival horror game in the series. Because of this, the company dropped the action route the series was taking and decided to opt for something much slow-paced and horror driven.

Here, you take control of a normal man named Ethan who explores a house to find his missing wife. Unbeknownst to him, however, was the deadly evil that had possessed not only his wife but also the people living in the mansion. You can play “Resident Evil 7” on the PC, PS4, and Xbox One.