Release Nintendo Switch marked the beginning of a new generation for Nintendo. After the lukewarm reception of the Wii U, many began to wonder if the company would be able to survive on today's console market. However, it all expected it with its hybrid console / pocket console. Together with the release of the switch, The Legend of Zelda: The Wind of the Wilderness, which gave him the killer application he needed to get to the top of console sales charts, dramatically increased Nintendo's revenues, was praised all over again.
In the year since its launch, there has been no shortage of amazing games coming from huge games like Mario and Splatoon to indie lovers like Owlboy and Celeste. There are even great third party games such as Octopath Traveler and Wolfenstein II: The New Colossus. The Library seems to be expanding and improving with every subsequent release.
In this function we look back on the best Switch players. Includes games that have earned GameSpot scores of 8 or more since the console release, as well as reviews for new games and updates to older game reviews that have been transferred to the switch. Check out our options for the best games on the switch. And while the console library is still expanding, be sure to check it often, because we're updating this feature in the coming weeks and months.
For the analysis of the first edition of Nintendo Switch, read our retrospective, which deals with the console's various successes and failures. In addition, you can also review our features with details of all the Wii U games we've transferred to Switch, the 13 things we want to see from the console.
The switch already has hundreds of games, so many are required to fly under our radar. The games covered are only a handful of experience. Which games do you think are some of the best switches? Let us know in the comments below.