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The 10 best games on Nintendo Switch according to me – Reader’s Feature

The 10 best games on Nintendo Switch according to me – Reader’s Feature
Super Mario Bros. Wonder – not even in the top five (Picture: Nintendo)

As the console nears the end of its life, a reader reveals his favourite games on Switch and surprisingly most are not Nintendo games.

It’s looking increasingly likely we’ll see Nintendo’s next console announced, if not released, before this year is out and upon reflection I think the Switch may now be my favourite console of all time. The hybrid concept has, of course, been a huge part of its success, but above anything else a console needs good games, and the Switch has an amazing selection. To make things a little easier for myself, I didn’t include remasters or remakes, so there’s no Clash Of Heroes, Metroid Prime or even the deluxe version of Mario Kart 8.

10th – Stardew Valley

These sort of village sims don’t usually interest me, but I found Stardew Valley incredibly addictive. The farming itself is very satisfying and you can quite quickly start to develop a mix of crops and livestock to generate decent income, allowing you to upgrade and automate many of the more time-consuming chores. Add to this a bit of exploration and a few mysteries to investigate around the village and you have a game that it’s easy to sink a lot of time into.

9th – Super Mario Bros. Wonder

I’m sure many Switch owners would rank this higher, but that’s just a testament as to how highly I regard the rest of the games on this list, because Super Mario Bros. Wonder is one of the best 2D platformers ever made. As one would expect from Nintendo’s flagship series, the controls are absolutely spot on and every level is jam packed with fun new ideas. After a few years of good but ultimately forgettable entries in the series, this is peak Mario!

8th – Dead Cells

A roguelike, action platformer, Dead Cells offers an excellent variety of weapons and upgrades to complement its fast-paced and thoroughly entertaining gameplay. The post-release DLC and updates have also been top notch and the game has just got better and better since its release in 2018.

7th – Disco Elysium

Disco Elysium is truly unlike anything I’ve ever played in more than 30 years of gaming and it translates the traditional pen and paper style of role-playing into a fascinating and unique video game. The twisting plot, great cast of characters and sheer level of choice offered, depending on how you choose to focus your stats, ensures that every one of the 30 or so hours spent in this world are worthwhile. I can’t wait to see what the creators do next!





6th – Into The Breach

A rougelike, turn-based strategy game played on an 8×8 grid with a limit of five turns per stage, Into The Breach may seem rather simplistic at first, but the variety of moves and enemy types brings an almost chess-like quality to proceedings. Figuring out how to best co-ordinate your three mechs each turn is both challenging and entertaining, and it’s easy to get sucked in for hours at a time as you try to improve your performance.

5th – Neon White

Having awoken in Heaven, a young man is challenged to help defeat a demon infestation in order to earn redemption, and thus begins a series of brilliantly crafted and exhilarating speedrunning challenges that made for one of the most downright enjoyable games I’ve ever played.





4th – Super Mario Odyssey

Returning to the sandbox style gameplay of Super Mario 64, Super Mario Odyssey is the latest entry in arguably the most consistent series in gaming. It is simply a joy to explore each of the game’s numerous kingdoms, and no matter which way you turn there always seems to be something to see and do. Even the game’s primary gimmick, the ability to take control of many of the enemies by throwing you cap at them, is brilliantly implemented into the gameplay, allowing for some excellent puzzles and platforming challenges.

3rd – Slay The Spire

I’ve played a lot of rougelikes over the last few years and this deck builder is one of the very best. Trying to piece together that perfect deck full of complementary cards is incredibly addictive, and it kept me coming back time and time again. With four characters available to use, each with their own unique cards and relics to unlock, no two runs will ever quite be the same and this is a must play for anyone with even the slightest interest in the genre.

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2nd – Hades

Another fantastic entry in the crowded indie rougelike genre, Hades offers a seemingly endless combination of weapons, upgrades, and play styles to be experimented with, as well as brilliantly varied enemy types to keep players on their toes. Although death will require players to start again, certain items are retained to allow players to upgrade their weapons and abilities to help with the next attempt. This goes a long way towards reducing the frustration that games in this genre can generate. Add to this an interesting narrative, told through a humorous and well-voiced script and you have true gem.

Tied 1st – The Legend Of Zelda: Breath Of The Wild and Tears Of The Kingdom

OK, I’m kind of cheating here but to me these two games feel like part of one incredible package. Breath Of The Wild was a breath of fresh air when it hit the Switch and it not only fixed most of the issues I started to have with the series, but also offered the first open world in years that I actually wanted to explore. Tears Of The Kingdom then built upon this foundation with more interesting dungeons and the introduction of new powers that offered unapparelled freedom when solving problems and defeating enemies. These are not just the best games on Switch, but the best games ever made (apart from maybe Dark Souls!).

By reader drlowdon





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