My current list is looking like this:
1. Doom Eternal
2. Final Fantasy VII Remake
3. Genshin Impact
5. Ghost of Tsushima
6. Hyrule Warriors: Age of Calamity
8. Ori and the Will of the Wisps
9. Streets of Rage 4
10. Nioh 2
1 and 2 are interchangable depending on what mood I'm in. Eternal is exactly what I wanted out of a DOOM 2016 sequel, it's faster and more demanding, and it's extremely well optimized on PC. FFVII because they've successfully merged turn-based combat and action combat in a way no other game has, as well as done right by all the world & all the characters in it. Genshin Impact is the biggest out of no where surprise, I wasn't expecting to fall in love with it. Hades obviously, it's just the best game Supergiant has ever done and everything about it is superb. Ghost of Tsushima is the Assassin's Creed: Japan everyone wanted, but with a story that's much more poignant that Ubisoft could never hope to do.
Age of Calamity I haven't played a ton of, but based on the demo and the insane amount of hours I dumped into the first Hyrule Warriors, I'm going to love it, despite the performance issues. Ghostrunner is lightning-quick, tight, focused and does not overstay it's welcome, despite the occasional jank. Will of the Wisps is better than the first game in every way I can think of, the controls are impeccable and the challenge is pretty good on hard. Streets of Rage 4 is a great beat-em-up, but suffers from some really annoying enemies and a combo system that punishes you too much for trying to be aggressive. Nioh 2 is my outlier here, I only played about 5 or 6 hours and haven't got much into it, waiting on the PS5 patch at this point.
I haven't played them yet, but I'm positive Demon's Souls and Cyberpunk would knock Streets and Nioh out of the list.