Best Nintendo Switch Games For 2017!

By Kristine Garcia , Updated Jan 17, 2017 12:00 AM EST

The Nintendo “Swtich” has received its official release and even though, quite typical for Nintendo, there are shortages of the console on the network of all retailers, this does not stop gamers from looking forward to the titles which will be released on Nintendo’s new TV-Portable hybrid console.

Game Rant has good news for the hardcore RPG fans, who would want to acquire a unit of Nintendo’s new “Switch” console. “Xenoblade Chronicles 2” is among the officially announced “Switch” titles which will make an appearance during the year. The first part of the popular JRPG received good reviews by critics upon its release and gamers were also quite satisfied with the product. Due to commercial failure of “Xenoblade Chronicles X” fans though that the franchise was dead, but now it will be back, with a brand new protagonist and a giant open world to explore.

Polygon has placed “Arms” among the most notable titles to be released on the Nintendo “Switch”. The game is quite similar to “Wii Boxing” where it depends highly on motion control. Player grabs the two Joy-Con controllers in his arms and the on-screen character will mimic all his movements, including punches, blocks and more. Put on your giant mechanical fists and be ready to defeat your opponents in one-on-one matches with high stakes and even higher level of fun factor to it.

Gamespot has shared that “Xenoblade Chronicles 2” will not be the only major RPG making an appearance on the “Switch”. Another major title to be released for Nintendo’s new console is “The Elder Scrolls: Skyrim”. Even though the game has not yet received an official release date, it was one of the games shown on the console’s reveal video, which means that fans should expect it to arrive shortly. Which are the new Nintendo “Switch” titles that have put you on your toes in anticipation? Nintendo “switch” will be released on March 3rd, 2017 Worldwide.


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