9. Super Mario Maker 2
This is a tough one. Undoubtedly, this Switch follow-up to Super Mario Maker offers a ton of possibilities for creativity, with a set of level-making tools to fuel the imagination of even the most ambitious designers. But honestly, it’s really just more of the same, and if you were looking for a bold new twist, this wasn’t it. Plus, without the stylus, actually using those awesome tools was way harder this time around. But in the end a game like this is, just like its predecessor, only as good as the people who use it — and in the case of Super Mario Maker 2, the community just didn’t seem to be there, resulting in some hit-or-miss creations.