Imagine that Square Enix, almost without brass band, drops an improved port of an all-Japanese game from a few years ago to the Switch virtual store at a low price in December, and it ends not only as one of my favorite games of the year, but also as one of my favorite RPGs of the decade. When Platinum Games installs and builds an original action game, it is always good to keep an eye on it. If you don’t see your favorite game on this list, you know that it was probably reduced with a lot of effort when I tried to reduce the list of titles to a manageable number. There’s so much content on the page and so many interesting events to discover that you’ll find new things even after you win the game. It’s actually Sci-Fi Police Anime, the video game, and if that doesn’t get your attention, I know someone who hasn’t been invited to my New Year’s party. Anyway, Switch and Metroidvania games go together as peanut butter and jelly, so it is not surprising that one of the best examples of the genre in recent years is doing so well on the platform. Tetris online multiplayer is not new, but 100 players and an interesting attack system have given the game a special touch from the beginning. But it is complete in content, looks good compared to other trade games and can be played perfectly. But no matter how difficult the game is, it is very focused on learning and reacting to the relatively small number of boss patterns. But it’s just as difficult to show a Tetris game, and Tetris 99 does this particular trick with style. One of the fruits of this relationship is that MDHR Studio can put its Cuphead racing game in the foreground. The ability to bring an epic game like this to the fair is one of the things I like most about the fair. Yeah, you know, that list was hard to make when Shaun put a Dragon Quest game in tenth place. There was no way to bring the game into the hardware as modestly as our favourite little hybrid without completely compromising it. Well, Saber Interactive proved me wrong about this fantastic game door. Some might say that the game is too difficult, that even the simple mode prevents players from trying all the content, and I can understand that point of view. This version also gives people who do not understand Japanese a first look at the nostalgic 2D version of the game.