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Nintendo's Switch has won over the hearts of those who were once skeptical of fan-favorite game companies. After the middle reception of the Wii U, many had been worried about how the company would face giants such as Sony and Microsoft in the increasingly competitive gaming market. However, it believed all expectations with its intuitive and innovative hybrid console. Can switch from a laptop to a living room console at will, the promise of Switch is one that has captured the fantasies of games being played publicly.
Along with Switch's release, it was universally acclaimed The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild, which gives it the killer app it was needed to quickly rise to the top of console sales cards and dramatically increase Nintendo's revenue. But in the years since its launch, there has been no shortage of fantastic games. We have great first-class games like Mario and Kirby. On the other hand, there are indie darlings such as Dead Cells, Celeste, Darkwood and Iconoclasts. Recently we got Cadence of Hyrule, a game that fell in between the spaces that took a massive franchise like The Legend of Zelda and put it in the hands of a passionate indie developer.
Another strong aspect of Switch is its third party support. You have games like Mortal Kombat 1
In this mode, we take a look back at the best Switch games so far. This includes games that have achieved a score of 8 or higher on GameSpot since the console release, as well as reviews for new games and updates for reviews of older games sent to Switch. Check out our choices for the best games released on Switch. And with the console's library continuing to expand, be sure to check back often as we update this feature over the coming weeks and months.
The switch already has hundreds of games, as many as some have to fly under our radar. The games covered here are just a handful of lessons out there. Which games do you think are some of the switch's finest? Please let us know in the comments below.