Top 10 games on Switch

Nintendo Switch has a very powerful game library, many of which are worth recommending. However, for 10 games that we absolutely love, you can check the list below. This is a list, and we will update it frequently with games that are worth publishing. As the Switch library grows, we will start games and add new games.

Please note that although the list below contains 10 entries, we did not actually rank them-if a game has reached this point (and managed to stay here), then this is a must-play period.Therefore, we will list the entries Reverse timeIn addition, you will find a summary of the previous entries at the bottom of the list. Although these games have been impacted by bigger and better experiences, they are still great games in themselves. If you have caught up with the latest hot games, it is worth exploring.

The following are the top 10 games for Switch selected by Game Informer.


Metroid Fear

Release time: October 8, 2021

For nearly two decades, Metroid fans have been begging Nintendo for a brand new 2D Metroid adventure. Thankfully, when Nintendo finally delivered it, it did not disappoint. As the name suggests, Dread is a tense experience, full of challenging boss battles and deadly robots, who stubbornly chase Samus in the various biomes of the ZDR planet. Metroid’s classic exploratory platform remains the same, and we are eagerly looking for new upgrades such as Phantom Cloak and Spider Magnet. The 100% competition ended too soon, but we can’t wait to see what Dread’s big story reveals for the future of the series. | Our review


Super Mario 3D World + Bowser’s Fury

Release time: February 12, 2021

Re-releases these days rarely attract our full attention, but the 4-player Mario game for Wii U is so enjoyable and fun that we can’t resist jumping back to the Switch port. As if this were not enough, Nintendo also joined a brand new single player campaign called Bowser’s Fury. In this independent experience, Mario travels across Lake Lapcat, completing various platform challenges to collect cat eyes. Bowser’s Fury’s larger open world design makes the Mario experience refreshing. We like the way that every action ends with a monster-sized boss battle. | Our review


Animal Crossing: New Horizons

Release time: March 20, 2020

Quiet, low-stress animal crossing: New Horizons is at the right time in the world. Since 2020, as the news cycle has become more turbulent, Animal Crossing: New Horizons has provided refuge in the form of a virtual tropical island. Building and customizing your houses and islands in the way you see fit is very beneficial, because New Horizons provides an interesting daily cycle full of goals and rewards. | Our review


Pokémon Sword and Shield

Release time: November 15, 2019

For two decades, Pokémon fans have been waiting for the mainline RPG of the series to land on home consoles. Although the first generation games of Let’s Go Pikachu and Ibrahimovic were remade in 2018, the sword and shield in 2019 represent the realization of dreams. Players will get exciting stories based on new regions, as well as the stories of a new generation of Pokémon, and as these games get the first post-launch story expansion in the history of the series, fans will have more reason than ever to revisit the title of the game. . | Our review


Fire Emblem: Three Rooms

Release time: July 26, 2019

In recent years, the Fire Emblem series has established a fanatical following through the handheld platform, but with the three houses, the turn-based strategy series is back on TV in the best possible way. Fire Emblem: Three Houses has excellent strategy gameplay, interesting interactive and impact stories, and multiple narrative paths, making it one of the best strategy games today. | Our review


Super Smash Bros. Ultimate

Release time: December 7, 2018

Super Smash Bros. Ultimate is a cross-border event that has been brewing for two decades and represents the series in its most mature form. Super Smash Bros. Ultimate includes excellent combat mechanics, a set of excellent game modes, and a roster of fighters containing every character in the history of the series, and then some. Super Smash Bros. Ultimate is almost a must-have game for Switch. | Our review


Super Mario Odyssey

Release time: October 27, 2017

Every Nintendo console must have at least one excellent Mario platform game, and the Switch is no exception. Mario Odyssey was released a few months after the console was released, and it hit all Mario checkboxes considered classics, as well as some surprising new checkboxes. It is whimsical, has perfect control, has a lot of discoveries, and has a city level in which all humans have normal proportions, and Mario runs around as his little cartoon character. This is a strange adventure and a must-have for Switch users. | Our review


Stardew Valley

Release time: October 5, 2017

The future of Harvest Moon is still unclear, and its recent past is not impressive. Fortunately, the existence of Stardew Valley has improved almost all popular mechanisms in the series. Managing the farm sounds like a chore, but it is a joy in Stardew Valley. Watching your crops grow over time and sell them for profit, while understanding the people in town creates an experience that is hard to let go. Increasing the portability of the Switch will only make the experience better. | Our review of the PC version


Mario Kart 8 Deluxe Edition

Release time: April 28, 2017

Deluxe is not just a simple port of the excellent Mario Kart 8 of Wii U, it also includes all the game’s DLC (extra tracks, cars, and cars) and combat modes, which are strangely not in the original version. Playing split-screen Mario Kart is always popular, and has a version of the game with two controllers that you can take with you, making it a perfect showcase for the Switch. | Our review


The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild

Release time: March 3, 2017

When we say The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild is one of the best games of all time, we are not exaggerating. We gave it a rare 10/10 rating in the review and awarded it the 2017 Game of the Year Award because it sets a new high standard for open world video games. Being able to go anywhere you see on the map has never been as real as Breath of the Wild, and it is also full of the kind of excellent puzzle design you expect from the Zelda experience. This is a journey that you will not forget soon, the optional DLC package adds additional challenges and new items worth exploring. | Our review


Games not included in this list or eliminated since we originally published this article: Hollow Knight, Fortnite, Azure Star, Golf Story, Mario + Battle of the Mad Rabbit Kingdom, Splatoon 2, Donkey Kong Country: Tropical Freeze , Doom, The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim, Wolfenstein II: New Colossus, Sonic Mania, Luigi Haunted House 3, Dragon Quest XI S: Echoes of the Elusive Age-Final Edition, and recently transplanted classics, Shovel Knight: Treasure Trove, Inside and Axiom Verge. They are still great games, so try them out too!

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