Nintendo Switch: Confirmed Games Worth Waiting For Prior To Its Launch Date

By Danny Smith , Updated Jan 26, 2017 11:39 PM EST
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As Nintendo officially unveiled its new games console, the Switch, along with it are the games in it to look out for. The Nintendo Switch comprises a tablet-style device and docking station, so you can play the same games on your TV at home and when out and about. You slide the unit out of the dock, attach a couple of controllers either side and it becomes a powerful, fully-fledged handheld. March 3 will be the arrival of mobile or handheld Switch game console of Nintendo. We're seeing new titles which step up as that date approaches.

Nintendo had confirmed details of seven of its own games, two of which will be available from launch date. According to Entertainment Weekly these numbers are small by contemporary launch standards compare with Microsoft's Xbox One, which had 22 when it rolled out November 22, 2013, or with Sony's PlayStation 4, which in the U.S. had 25 games when it debuted on November 15, 2013. The following are the march 3 launch titles; 1-2-Switch, The Binding of Isaac: Afterbirth, I Am Setsuna, Just Dance 2017, The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild, Skylanders: Imaginators, and Super Bomberman R. Along with these are the upcoming games to follow on march or spring namely; Arms, Has-Been Heroes, Mario Kart 8 Deluxe, Puyo Puyo Tetris and Snipperclips: Cut It Out Together, also Rime and Splatoon 2 on summer.

 When you glance back at most of those games now, more important is that you are struck by just how unconvincing that game was. For example, the nonexistent of the core Zelda game which showstoppers liked. According to Gamespot, Nintendo is hoping to get off to a strong start this march with their new game console, the Switch. But, to get this done, the most important thing is that a console must have a launch lineup to help it get off a good start. At this moment, those appear to be the only confirmed launch titles. But, many more games and lots of surprises will come not long enough.

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