2021 is here, and even if the new year blossoms cautiously, we are nevertheless confident that it will be a good twelve months, at least from Nintendofan's point of view! But before we turn to the future, this time we are offering the full load of retrospect: In our mega-report we delve into exactly what happened in 2020. So look forward to nostalgic memories when we review the best games of the past, show you how our in-house Nintendo podcast has developed and we reveal which titles were the very personal highlights of the editorial team.

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N-ZONE 02/21: So was 2020, Doom Eternal in the giant test and more! (1)

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But that's not all! This time it's pretty Japanese in the preview area. The two potential JRPG highlights Atelier Ryza: Lost Legends & The Secret Fairy and Shin Megami Tensei 5 vie for attention there. The test part is really well filled. Leading the field is the highlight of the month in the form of Doom Eternal. But the other games are also impressive, including Sakuna: Of Rice And Ruin, Picross S5, Morbid: The Seven Acolytes, Ponpu, Pixeljunk Eden 2 and Quiplash 2: Interlashional. As always, there is of course the community section, including the interactive area and letters to the editor. In terms of specials and retro reports, a report on the 30th birthday of the Sega Mega Drive and one on the classic Wario Land 2 await you. We hope you enjoy reading!

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