2022: I _could_ put Elden Ring there bc clearly there's something to this game that I'd enjoy but frankly I suck too much at it lmao.

I blew right past Neon White and might come back to it to beat grind the record times. This game knows what it wants to be and that's good.

2021:

I can't choose between them so I'll say both Get In The Car Loser! and Chicory

2020: This one is hard because, like, on one hand, I poured ~80h into Hades in total, but also Half-Life: Alyx came out, so...

Fuck it, both.

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2018:

I am very original and I'll say Super Smash Bros Ultimate and Deltarune Chapter 1

I CAN'T BELIEVE I MISSED CELESTE FOR 2018 WHAT THE FUCK. OF COURSE CELESTE IS THERE

2016:

Very original picks, i know. I still think about Firewatch and I think I should try to revisit it and maybe play it in VR.

Va-11 Hall-A rules and the OST is still a bop.

2014: SMASH.

Having Smash on a handheld console was mind-blowing and I spent soooo much time on Smash 4 on Wii U

2013: What do you mean this game is almost 10 years old??

2011: Still boggles my mind how this game is still hella popular after 11 years.

2008: The anticipation to Brawl was unreal, remember the website they had where they'd drip feed news?

@Eramdam wtf i thought celeste came out in like 2015 how is time like this

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