I use Shadow instead. It's like Google Stadia, except it's a literal Windows 10 Gaming PC in the cloud. Much better, and I don't have to rebuy games for it or risk losing my games if the service ever shuts down.
I also use it to watch anime on my phone because of the ability to use the desktop web browser with proper ad blocking. It also bypasses the throttling of video content done by mobile internet companies when I'm on 4G (I set the bandwidth to 3mbps with H265 Encoder enabled).
I never get the loop any more but my last few games I always manage to get the Rubricator event.
At least this latest run I got a really interesting quest I never got before about a religious group that removed individuals sinful memories after their version of confession and the dark secret of their founder.
If you liked the base game, Iceborne is totally worth it. The clutch claw mechanic is nice but particularly fun if you main Lance, the new monster's are great, the returning ones are better than ever. I still believe that MH4U is the best MH game ever, but MHWI comes as a close second, and definitely the best to start with.
As is usual for G/Ultimate games, the new rank adds enough stuff to even be worth a full game price so it's a steal.
There's not enough modern games doing choose your own adventure style stories (heck, there's barely even any published books doing that these days). T_T
There is a movement towards 3D Visual Novel type games, which I'm not sure if should be put aside in their own category (Ai Somnium Files, I'd even consider Adventure Games by TellTale similar like The Walking Dead). So VN producers are trying to adapt.
I think Live2D has also helped make expressive VNs a bit easier too (and I assume cheaper?).
I've heard from forum chatter people saying Sol Press has not made a profit on a single visual novel though... If true, doesn't make me feel very safe about the stability of that industry here (and you look at Sekai Project's delays and constant Kickstarters too).