Sure, sure. Go for it.
You got your button-mashing combat systems, your soulslike combat systems, your turn-based combat systems, your Monster Hunter tripping-your-fellow-players-with-a-long-sword combat systems and of course your basic shooters. There's all sorts of ways to combat enemy NPCs and bosses in video games and I especially love it when it is just pure fun and excitement that you can't put down the controller. It is very rare for me to find that one game that keeps your interest for hours and hours on the combat alone to be honest. I'm talking about some really wild and over-the-top gameplay you've seen where you fight monsters, powered-up superhumans, robots or in Splatoon's case, the floor.
I think however for me though, one of the more unique button-mashers I've seen is Astral Chain where the analogue stick has a much bigger role than ever seen before in a button masher as your controlling two characters at once. It's definitely one of the more original button mashers I've seen but it does feel a bit strangely slower as opposed to Bayonetta and DMC which is way more faster. Also I'm a big stealth fan so I've always enjoyed Dishonored's combat system where you are given the freedom to either run wild or play your cards carefully for bigger rewards. However my favorite stealth game in terms of combat would easily have to be Metal Gear. In the realm of multiplayer however, I absolutely love Splinter Cell's Spies vs. Merc where it's basically ninjas vs. hulking guys with guns. That is so much fun, easily one of my favorite multiplayer experiences.
So that's just me, what about you guys?