This yearly sequel added and tweaked many gameplay elements to keep it fresh, yet those pesky microtransactions are bit too aggressive in some modes than its predecessor
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Dragon Quest Builders 2 fixes many gripes of the first game while maintaining and enhancing building many large and small projects.
Super Mario Maker 2 didn't present any substantial changes from its predecessor, yet the game unique course building and thousands of user generated content is a blast to experience years to come.
Rage 2's style of offensive play initially drives you to progress but its tedious world thwarts your enjoyment.
Everybody's Golf VR brought the sensation of playing golf to your room in an enlightened way, but its luster dulls away with the realization that you are the only golfer in this world.
The worthy sequel BOXBOY! + BOXGIRL! introduces many ideas that make you think outside of the box
Despite its scattered story, Katana Zero is a thrilling action game with a fast style that makes you parched for more.
After hours building Nintendo Labo's wide-ranging package, you'll find yourself immersed in the cheapest, most enjoyable virtual reality experience.
Yoshi's Crafted World's creative art style and imaginative level design have no limits, unlike its limited, mind numbing soundtrack.
This charming title provided an interesting story that can become an arc in the series, and is one of the best games based on an anime.