Kirby's Return to Dream Land Deluxe is a wonderful remaster with a good amount of love put into it.
Tales of Symphonia is still one of the biggest highlights in the series with a fantastic assortment of characters, some simple but enjoyable combat and great story to keep players invested throughout.
As far as the two mainline Fire Emblem titles go on Switch, Engage knocks it out of the park when it comes to general flow of gameplay and combat itself.
While Pokémon Scarlet and Violet may not be a perfect experience, it's still an absolute delight in almost every way.
RWBY: Arrowfell is not a title we would necessarily call wholly bad, but it feels lacking especially when considering that the teams behind it have such a great track record for platformers and fighting titles.
While some elements such as the lack of a romantic goal may be a turn off for some players, Doraemon Story of Seasons: Friends of the Great Kingdom is an absolute charmer much like the first title.
Ultra Kaiju Monster Rancher is a pleasant surprise that was extremely unexpected.
Titles like The DioField Chronicle usually falter based on whether or not they have good stories, but it's quite the opposite in this case.
Taiko is not only an enjoyable rhythm title, but easily one of the best and most well-put together ever created.
Splatoon 3 is basically exactly what it set out to be: a third entry in the Splatoon series.
There have been a good amount of small Kirby spin-offs throughout the 3DS and Switch lifetimes in particular, but Kirby's Dream Buffet is one of the better entries by far.
With the inclusion of Sunbreak, Monster Hunter Rise is finally a complete package and it does not disappoint.
While a murder mystery survival scenario may not be the most unique concept ever made, Yurukill manages to twist things on its head by going all in to make one of the most unique Visual Novel experiences.
The original Fire Emblem Warriors was a fun, but flawed experience.
The original Somnium Files was a delight in every way and Nirvana Initiative follows that up without missing a beat.
There's a lot of enjoyable gameplay in Kao the Kangaroo. The level design is easily the biggest highlight, and while combat is simple, it's fun and accessible for all ages to get a kick out of.
Kirby and the Forgotten Land is a huge step in a new direction for the series.
Rune Factory 5 feels exactly like what it set out to be: more Rune Factory for fans to enjoy.
If Chocobo GP had been a free-to-play title, most of the criticism would still be here, but it would at least feel more appropriate for what it was going for.
It wouldn't be difficult to claim that Pokémon Legends: Arcues is the strongest Pokémon title the series has had since the DS era.