Last chance for game #31:
a) The king becomes consumed by the rot.
b) The tribes try to take control from the king and compete with each other.
c) This indie game is basically a tabletop game with cards and dice realized as a computer-game.
d) Play a character from the Wolf-clan, Rat-clan, Rabbit-clan or Bear-clan fighting for the throne.
#30 Guessed by S.Peelman: Resident Evil: Revelations
a) Giant monsters vs. giant aliens!
b) There are giant footprints at one path.
c) You play one kid in a group of kids.
d) The game is part of a series of small games from well-known japanese game designers.
a) "Хорошо! Я буду работать на тeбя, проклятый капиталист!"
b) "It have bomb! But it no problem."
c) Apparently mercenaries are a bunch of drama queens.
d) In this first game in the series you fight over the control of a small island because of the trees growing there.
#27 Guessed by S.Peelman: The Legend of Zelda: Majora's Mask
31 is Armello?
I forgot about Final Fantasy X in the past lists, but as it's HD-rerelease got a Switch release I am now reminded how I invested many hours on the PS2 into this game.
This is one of the big JRPGs and I think it's the last mainline Final Fantasy game with turn-based combat (which I in most cases prefer over action based combat as it allows for more depth if used correctly).
The plot is that Blitzball-player Tidus awakes in Spira, after his hometown zanarkand is attacked by a mystic beast named Sin. He learns that Zanarkand was destroyed 1000 years ago, so seemingly Sin transported him through time. Tidus meets a few new people, including most importantly a summoner named Yuna, who sets out to defeat Sin.
Character development had an interesting twist in this game with the spherical grid on which you activated nodes to gain abilities. Choosing a path decided over the development of the character.
And Final Fantasy X had with Blitzball the probably best minigame ever in a RPG. I had a lot of fun just playing Blitzball. Once I learned how to be good at it.
It's funny you mention Blitzball, because a lot of how I rank Final Fantasy games has to do with their option content like Mini-games and post game content. I know at one point I went through FFX and played as much Blitzball as I possibly could. I do remember that being one of the best parts of the game.
Also, I really love this game because of Auron. He's one of my favorite FF characters.