You didnt say they were forgettable, yet you forgot to add them to the list so which is it?
Where they forgettable titles or did you deliberately choose to exclude ports in this years list while including them in the 2018 list?
My dude, I also forgot about Star Allies in 2018, and 1-2 Switch in 2017. Check the post history. Edit: And Fitness Boxing in 2018.
Nice false dichotomy. Any more rigged questions? Having something be forgettable, because it doesn't stand out, and forgetting something that's very important because there are too many things to remember are two different things. For Example: You can forget your important house keys, while leaving the house, because you were trying to keep track of 15 other things. Or you can forget you owned a bunch of toothpicks because they don't stand out.
Sure, you forgot a game or two each year but in 2020 (the year you are arguing is worse than other years) you missed like half the lineup. I hope you can see how that comes off like someone pushing an agenda.
If you're going to have an accurate comparison than either include everuthing or have a specific criteria (like only new games or only games that sell x amount, etc).
If you include all the ports/remasters in one year than include all of them in other years.
If you include a game based around a toy/accessory in one year than include games based around a toy/accessory in other years.
If you include 3rd party games published by Nintendo in one year than include all 3rd party games published by Nintendo in other years.
I just want consistently when it comes to making year by year comparisons.