There are a plethora of games I would recommend, but before getting into the ones that are exclusive to the Nintendo Switch, I’d like to mention the vast amount of indie and retro games available on the hybrid console. I really fell in love with the independent platformer Celeste due to its availability on the Switch, and being able to play NES and SNES titles on the go is a major win for me!
But what about the Nintendo games? If you are a fan of adventure, The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild is truly a unique experience, departing from the formula that fans had come to expect of the series. I bought my Switch with this game the day they both released, and I still find myself logging in to explore Hyrule today! The exploration, combat, and world-building gave me a sense of awe I hadn’t felt since I was a six-year-old first exploring the polygonal version of Hyrule in Ocarina of Time.
For platformers, I’d recommend Super Mario Odyssey. This, to me, is the most polished and mechanically tight game that is made exclusively for the Switch. The way you can use so many different types of moves to traverse the beautiful and diverse levels is really something else, and the deep moveset Mario sports this time around means you can really challenge yourself in the endgame. It takes the style of 3D Mario games that you’ve come to expect, and adds an extremely satisfying twist on that, making for an experience both veteran players and those new to the series can enjoy.
If you’re more into shooters, Splatoon 2 has scratched an itch I never even knew I had. I’m traditionally not a fan of FPS-type games (granted, the Splatoon series is from a third-person camera perspective), but the childish tone of the game paired with its unbelievably catchy soundtrack has created an addiction in me. I will say, though, that if you are considering buying this game, you should know that the developers have slowed down adding updates to the game. Unfortunately, this means that your opportunity to engage in “Splatfests” (incredibly fun limited-time events) has passed.
Lastly, I’d recommend Super Smash Bros. Ultimate to almost everybody. This is a game you can play with friends or family, casual or competitive, and still have an absolute blast! Including every character from the series was such a cool move by the developers, making this definitely the “ultimate” entry in the Super Smash Bros. series!
If you can’t tell, I really love this console. To me, games are at their best when there is a social component readily available. I love bringing it to family gatherings for some quality Super Mario Party or 1-2 Switch action. I’ve even played Mario Kart 8 Deluxe with other passengers on a flight who I just happened to see with their own Switch! For anybody who even remotely enjoys playing games, the Nintendo Switch is a must-have.
No, the Nintendo Switch is a gaming console and does not support cellular services
The Nintendo Switch is the new console from Nintendo. It sounds like a really good mix between powerful home console and portable handheld system. We don't know everything about it yet (as of October 2016), because it isn't out until March 2017, but here are some things that we do know:
No I can’t
Yes, but not every game can fully function without internet access. A game like Splatoon 2, for example, requires internet to function as it updates its playable maps every two hours. Something single-player, like Super Mario Odyssey, will definitely work without the internet, although you won't be able to play the "Luigi's Balloon World" multiplayer game.
It depends on where you are, but some online sites seem to be putting a price guarantee on it, so in the US it should be about 250 dollars, in the UK about 200 pounds, in Australia 330, other places 349 dólares, etc.
Definitely Super Mario Odyssey. Iâ€™ve enjoyed the majority of Mario games, but wow did Odyssey take it to the next level (pun intended!). The hat-throwing mechanic was utilized so deeply and informed such varied environmental designs and additional mechanic choices. Plus, â€œJump Up, Super Star!â€ is hands-down my favorite theme song to a game! The rest of the soundtrack is excellent, too, changing up the styles based on whatever location youâ€™re visiting. All in all, Super Mario Odyssey is an extremely polished and intricate game, for both newcomers to platforming and the hardcore speedrunners out there.
Absolutely, 100% yes. I bought my Nintendo Switch and copy of The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild on Friday, Mar. 3, 2017—the day they both released—and it was one of the best weekends of my entire life. As a longtime fan of the series (I have a tattoo of Link from Skyward Sword), I had to get my hands on the newest title.
Breath of the Wild completely blew my mind, and has since solidified itself as one of my favorite games of all time. If you're a fan of the series, this newest one takes a lot of the tropes and aspects of the Zelda formula and mixes them up, focusing on exploration more than dungeons and puzzles. The feeling of "hey, what's that over there?" that the game relies on never gets stale and has kept my curiosity piqued every time I've opened the title in the past three years.
It took me several months to actually buy a second game for my Switch, just because I couldn't stop running around Hyrule and finding exciting, new stuff to interact with.
The answer to this question is relatively simple: Nintendo is home to some of the most successful franchises in video game history, including Pokémon, Super Mario Bros., and The Legend of Zelda. Because these IPs are owned by Nintendo, their exclusivity on Nintendo devices means that there is barely any competition in the market. If you want to play the newest Pokémon or The Legend of Zelda games, your only legal option is to buy a Switch, because those games will not be available on other platforms. Because of these factors, Nintendo tends to keep their exclusive titles at the original MSRP for long periods of time.
The answer to this question is relatively simple: Nintendo is home to some of the most successful franchises in video game history, including PokÃ©mon, Super Mario Bros., and The Legend of Zelda. Because these IPs are owned by Nintendo, their exclusivity on Nintendo devices means that there is barely any competition in the market. If you want to play the newest PokÃ©mon or The Legend of Zelda games, your only legal option is to buy a Switch, because those games will not be available on other platforms. Because of these factors, Nintendo tends to keep their exclusive titles at the original MSRP for long periods of time.
Yes, according to the promotional video, though I am not sure if all of the things in the promotional video have been confirmed by the publisher.
The switch will cost in america about $300 and uk £280. please look at the prices of the store you are getting it from.
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You can't yes you can't!!!
You do not necessarily have to buy games before you get the Switch, since there is the Nintendo eShop, which is an online store where you can buy most games digitally
In my opinion the Nintendo Switch isn't worth it because $300 gets you the console and not any of the games or pro controllers.
The Switch screen is 720p that can be upscaled when docked to the TV
Apparently, yes. Eurogamer reports that the Switch will feature a 6.2-inch 720p capacitive multitouch display.
Nintendo has revealed that this new hybrid console will have a touch screen of 6.2 inches. Touch, yes, and that's exactly what we expected from the Switch.
Cartridges are faster and are much smaller. Since the Switch is portable, having a disk would require the Switch to be larger and would make it less portable
The Nintendo Switch will be released on March 3rd 2017. Its specific launch date will be officially revealed in a livestream presentation on January 12, 2017.
Yes, they are. The NX was the name while it was being developed, and what the press called it when publishing rumors. Now that it has officially been announced, we know the real name, which is the Nintendo Switch.
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