The Hottest Games for Nintendo Switch

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The Nintendo Switch is one of the most innovative gaming products ever released, and is definitely the best console from Nintendo to date. Never before have you been able to start up a video game on your home TV, then have the ability to take it with you on the go and play pretty much anywhere. Thanks to its versatile design, the Nintendo Switch is the ultimate gaming console for those wanting to truly get the best experience whether at home or on the go. So, why not play the best games for it? Here are the titles you have to check out.



The award-winning open-world game is now available on the Nintendo Switch, which means you can take your creative talents on the go. Minecraft is an awesome game that allows the player to construct, create, or destroy different buildings structured out of pixelated 3D cubes. Players can also engage in mini-games set inside the Minecraft universe, including Battle, which will pit you against other players. You can also play with friends, using the extremely simple local network setup, and explore the world of Minecraft with some company. $29.99

Kirby Star Allies

A nice addition to the classic Kirby series, this game resembles Smash Bros, and allows for solo play with AI players, or co-op. The game mainly comprises of side scrolling, with a heavy action element that will give you the chance to choose between a variety of abilities to defeat your enemies. The game has been developed to take advantage of the Switch’s graphics, with the game remastered for high definition. This is one game you won’t want to put down after picking up. $59.99

Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim

Skyrim features a massive open world set in a time complete with dragons, magic, combat, and fantasy. Previously released on the other major gaming consoles, this game has won numerous awards for being one of the most outstanding RPG’s ever created. This is the best bet in terms of games jam packed with content for the Switch, as Skyrim is loaded with a grand total of 244 quests for players to complete. Several DLC’s will also come standard with purchase of the game, including several new lands you can journey to and explore. One of the coolest parts about Skyrim on the Switch is the intuitive controls that will have you feel as if you were really raising your shield to fight or casting a fire spell against your enemies. $59.99

Super Mario Odyssey

This is the biggest 3D Mario adventure ever released, which takes beloved character all over the globe on a brand new set of adventuress. Mario has moved out of the Mushroom Kingdom, which gives the game a fresh new feel to a classic series, all the while retaining that signature nostalgia. Players will still see ground pounds and green pipes with the chomping vines, but now you’ll be able to enjoy it with the absolutely gorgeous HD graphics and its fun and intuitive controls.$59.99

The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild

The latest entry in one of Nintendo’s most esteemed fantasy franchise, Breath of the Wild brings back the Zelda we know and love, and builds upon it in the best way, taking concepts from other open-world RPGs. The game is light on the lengthy tutorials and text boxes, and heavy on allowing the player to experience its content in the way they choose. The graphics are impeccable whether on your TV or on the go.  $59.99


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    Victoria Tegg

    February 5, 2019 at 10:32 pm

    Link to the past 20-30 hours? Nonsense. Even on your first playthrough not knowing where anything is MIGHT take 8-10 hours if you’re really taking your time. The game can be beat in 3-4 hours with all collectibles and you don’t need to be some masterful speed runner to manage that. I was doing it as a kid and I’m not very good at video games.

    It’s an amazing game but I often see it described like it’s some sort of mega epic when it’s something most average people could clear in an afternoon or two.

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    Moses Brodin

    February 8, 2019 at 2:26 am

    Never watched this video, I predicted Super Mario World at #1! And LITERALLY just as I was typing this, Super Mario World was #2? I’m actually surprised by WatchMojo this time! After that though I knew a Zelda game was #1 and I’m not surprised by that at all! Also no Kirby Super Star? Not even an honorable mention? And I would but the whole Super Nintendo DK Country trilogy in 1 spot! Again, only the Super Nintendo ones, for anyone who misread that!

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    Moses Brodin

    April 16, 2019 at 3:20 am

    “No other video game console even comes CLOSE to the SNES. I mean, forget about it just winning the 16-bit war with the Genesis (which it absolutely did), it just crushes everything else that was ever released. The amount of all-time great games on this list is just absurd. It has the best platformers, the best JRPGS, the best exclusives, the best versions of the two best fighting games of the 90s, Nintendo worked with developers to push it’s technology to the absolute limit (Donkey Kong Country, Star Fox, Killer Instinct, Super Mario RPG) while it’s competitor was selling an entire other system to catch up. The graphics and gameplay hold up far better than it’s predecessor (the NES) or the it’s immediate successor (the N64) because the capability of 16-bit graphics was perfect for the bright, cartoon pixels of most of the games. The look never goes out of style. The controller is essentially perfect. Just like the system.

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    Ashlay Jones

    May 20, 2019 at 3:43 am

    I remember getting my GameCube pretty late in its lifespan, 2005. My seventh birthday happened to fall on that weekend and my parents decided to go all out for it, inviting my friends and cousins over. We had music playing, party games, a moonwalk and slide, it was great. I was in the moonwalk when my cousin spoiled the gift that she and her mom got for me, and sure enough, this was the spoiler. I was psyched from hearing this, but pretended she never told me so as to not ruin the surprise. Sure enough, it was time for presents and was dumbfounded at the sight of the console. I gazed upon the box, yelled out “GAMECUBE!!” while everyone crowded around to check out the console and what games I got with it.
    I’ll never forget that day.

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