Runner 3 (digital)
Enter the Gungeon (digital)
A note on Enter the Gungeon: The game is a piece of shit. Don't make the mistake to buy it.
I had read good things and was considering getting it myself.
It has to be one of those games that reviewers play for only a couple of hours before they write their reviews. Since it is a game with randomly generated levels that starts over and over again, they extrapolate the quality based on the little they've played without ever finishing any playthrough. The controls are fluid, but doing twin-stick shooter gameplay isn't rocket science.
What's backbreaking for Enter the Gungeon is that the game gets more difficult the longer you play. That completely undermines the premise of doing rerun after rerun. I played ten or so runs in co-op with my brother and each run lasted 20-60 minutes depending on which hand we got dealt. The main problem is that the more stuff you unlock, the more weapons and ammo are in the mix for the randomizer, and the catch is that only a minority of guns can be considered good. So the more you unlock, the higher the chance that you'll be stuck with guns that suck and therefore the lower your chance to reach new floors in the gungeon. The game is missing proper permanent upgrades, like starting with more health (drop rates for hearts to replenish your health are atrocious, by the way) or something other than the plain standard pistol.
Your skill at playing the game may increase over time, but you are first and foremost at the mercy of the randomizer, especially because the bosses have long health bars. If you are lucky and get a good gun early, you sense a real chance at progress. But if you are unlucky - and chances are big that you are - you can already tell where the given run will be going: An uphill battle that is doomed to failure because enemies are bound to overpower you. Also, status effects like poison and burn are ridiculously damaging, so a single mistake can almost kill you.
In the end you are stuck with a game that doesn't reward you for the time you put in. It's the same thing over and over again without a light at the end of the tunnel. Co-op is commonly a saving grace for otherwise questionable games, but not so for Enter the Gungeon.