As a guilty pleasure, I took few of RPGs very seriously due to their interesting, and immersive story. In other words, I only played them for their stories and plots; as a replacement for a book or to be more precise a novel.
I really love the ZA/UM's game: Disco Elysium. As many critics, and players have already pointed out it is one of the best role-playing-game ever made. A true gem that you had to wait since 1999 after playing the Planescape: Torment.
I watched the “Your Name (2016)” in the cinema. I know Makoto Shinkai’s works, and I always put “5 cm per second” as one of my favourite animation films. And I certainly enjoyed “Your Name” on the big screen! And with all the awful animation films and another car sequel to look forward; I shouldn't say anything bad about “Your Name”. But the primary four reasons caused me to write this review:
The Witcher: Enhanced Edition has a coherent and well-thought atmosphere throughout the game which is cohesive and compelling. The factor that mostly dragged me to The Witcher: Enhanced Edition is its hidden depth and beautiful soundtracks which I liked in Morrowind too.
I adore the Trois Couleurs (Trilogie) films by Krzysztof Kieślowski.
The Three Colours Trilogy: Blue, White and Red, represent the French Revolution ideals and slogans: “Liberty”, “Equality” and “Fraternity” respectfully in our modern time.