#1: TETRIS 99
Tetris 99 is one of the best Nintendo games. This game sucks you and 98 other players right into it once you start. For those that don’t know, Tetris is a free multiplayer online game where 99 players play against each other at the same time, intending to have one last player standing.
As with the original Tetris game, players rotate and drop-shaped bricks onto the board. This game is fulfilling, or should we say a satisfying game, and you can disagree with us.
#2: THE LEGEND OF ZELDA: BREATH OF THE WILD
This is One of the most phenomenal games on the Nintendo games Switch.
It is one of those games that completely stands out. The game allows players to choose the order they want their course to go in the game. It is up to the players to either spend hours climbing trees, brewing elixirs, or head over to the final boss and call it a day. That’s if they feel just perfect for that sort of challenge.
Unlike the previous games that allow for a single solution to each puzzle, you have multiple solutions to each task, depending on how you combine your skills.
You can never get bored with this game. It is almost impossible not to be obsessed with it once you hit play.
#3: THE LEGEND OF ZELDA: LINK’S AWAKENING
This is just another overpriced game for some gamers, but if you are a fan of Zelda and love Link’s Awakening, then falling in love with this adapted remake will be an easy one for you.
The game that is a remake of the 1993 Game Boy classic preserves the original game’s clever dungeons and puzzles wrapped up in gorgeous new art.
While the game might look a bit similar to the original game, things have been spiced up. One of the new additions to this game is the ability to create your very own dungeons.
The action-packed adventure game set on Koholint island where Link, the player character, is stranded after his ship is caught in a storm. After being rescued by Marin, Link has to embark on a quest to collect the eight instruments of the sirens and awaken Koholint’s legendary wind fish to escape the island
The game will most definitely get your heart pumping at every turn, jump, and twist.
#4: SUPER MARIO ODYSSEY
The Super Mario Odyssey is Mario’s first real outing on the Nintendo Switch. In the 3D game, we witness Mario traveling between a wide range of worlds on the hat-shaped ship “odyssey” to save Princess Peach from Bowser, who plans to marry her forcibly.
As he travels through Kingdoms, Mario has to clear various objectives that will provide him with the opportunity to obtain items known as Power Moons, which power up the Odyssey and grant him access to new Kingdoms.
Although the game continues in the Legend of Zelda’s spirit: Breath of the Wild, however, everything you probably thought you knew about the game has been switched up.
#5: POKÉMON SWORD & SHIELD
The game happens in the Galar region, where a trainer travels around to take part in the Gym challenge.
The role-playing video game is normally played in a fixed camera, third-person perspective. The player’s job is to control a young trainer on a quest to catch and train creatures known as Pokémon.
To secure a powerful Pokémon, the young trainer needs to combat and defeat other trainers. The more he defeats, the more his Pokémon gains experience, allowing the young trainer to level up and increase battle wins and learn new battle techniques.
There are instances where the young trainer’s Pokémon might evolve into a more powerful Pokémon.
The game allows players to exchange Pokémon with other human players using the Nintendo switch connectivity. Players can also capture wild Pokémon that can be included in their pack.
This is sure one exciting and adventure-packed game to play.
#6: UNTITLED GOOSE GAME
The game is put in the English countryside. It provides players with the opportunity to control a troublesome goose that seems to be causing a lot of havoc in a village.
Players are expected to achieve a list of objectives, such as stealing particular objects or tricking humans into doing certain things. As players achieve these objectives, a new set of goals are lined up for them to achieve. Once they are all cleared, the goose can move to the next area. The game might sound like a piece of cake, but don’t be deceived by the simplicity of the gameplay.
The game inspired by the action series Hitman, and it is a must-play.
#7: SUPER MARIO MAKER 2
Be it on Nintendo Switch or Wii U. Super Mario Maker 2 is a beautiful game to play. Like the ones before it, the game allows players to create their courses using assets from across the Super Mario series. Players can even choose from selecting prior Super Mario games to base their course’s visual style and gameplay on.
There is also the option of multiplayer, where up to 2 players can create stages together at the same time.
The game also features the story mode where we follow the story of Mario, Toadette, and other toads helping to rebuild Princess Peach’s castle. Players go through a different course to collect just about enough coins to rebuild the castle.
#8: LUIGI MANSION 3
This game most likely has a special place in the hearts of a lot of people. You can tell that this game was created with gamers at heart.
The gameplay is based on Luigi and his pals on vacation in a high-rise hotel. It turns out the hotel is haunted, and Luigi’s friends get captured by ghosts.
The adventure-packed game provides players with the opportunity to play as Luigi as they capture ghosts across the large hotel.
This game is one of those family-based games. Not only is it one of the best games to play, but you can also clearly tell it was designed with love, from the gorgeous environment to the perfect animation.
The game launched on the Wii U console; we all know how that went down. Asides from the exclusivity of the console, the console struggled to add meaning to the lives of gamers. This is a bad joke. But it did struggle, and this also affected Bayonetta 2 that originally came out on the console.
But thanks to Switch, the old video game was repurposed and relaunched. The game is almost as old as Mario Kart 8. Guess this explains why letting go of a classic like this game was difficult for the makers.
They did a smart thing by not letting go as the game received a warm welcome from Nintendo gamers.
Bayonetta 2 is a fantastic game. It is a fast pace game, and the combat is satisfying. The animation is next to none, and not to forget the fashion choices.
#10: ANIMAL CROSSING
Animal Crossing is also one of the best Nintendo games. If you are searching for a total escape from this world, then you need to play Animal crossing. The social simulation video game series produced by Karsuya and Hisashi Nogami is based on a character who lives in a village inhabited by various anthropomorphic animals.
The player assumes the role of a human character who moves into the village and lives there indefinitely. Although there are no defined objectives for the players. The gameplay encourages players to spend time performing several village activities, such as planting, collecting items, and even socializing with the village residents.
You can disappear into this game and forget what is going on around you especially seeing that the game utilizes the video game’s console’s clock and calendar. So, the time spent in the game reflects in real life in line with the season or time of the day.
(List Created By Gaming Pushpins)