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The must-play Nintendo Switch games, from first-party instant classics to our favorite indie darlings.

Nintendo Switch continues to win people's hearts every year since its launch. After Wii U's mid-range reception, many worried about how the company could handle industry giants such as Sony and Microsoft in an increasingly competitive gaming market. However, Nintendo succeeded against all odds with the intuitive and innovative design of Switch. Capable of switching from a portable device to the living room console at will, Switch's promise is something that has captured the imagination of public gaming.

The legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild, acclaimed around the world, is next to the release of Switch, which gives it the killer app it needs to quickly reach the top of the console sales and increase it considerably. Nintendo's revenues. But in the years following its launch, there was no shortage of great games. We had great first party games like Mario and Fire Badge. On the other hand, there are loved ones like Dead Cells, Celeste and Stardew Valley.

Another powerful aspect of the Switch is third party support. You have games like Mortal Kombat 11 and Octopath Traveler. Of course, there are also many ports, such as Assassin's Creed III and The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim. No matter where you look, the library only seems to grow and improve with each successive year.

In this feature, we take a look at the best Switch games to date. This is a list of manually selected games that have received a score of 8 or more on GameSpot since the release of the Switch. As the console library continues to expand, be sure to check back often as we will be updating this functionality in the weeks and months to come.

Switch has hundreds of games, many of which are destined to fly under our radar. The games mentioned here are just a handful of experiences. Scroll down to see some of the best on hybrid handsets.

Which games do you think are the best of Switch? Let us know in the comments below.

Super Mario Odyssey -- 10/10

"Odyssey is supported beyond its key milestones, not only through colorful worlds and hidden challenges, but through the sheer joy of controlling Mario, who has never felt more responsive or dynamic in action.Everything has been introduced, the pioneering Nintendo platform retains the classic manual appeal of the series, which is even more impressive when you recognize each The latest release of Mario is huge, bold and full of new ideas, and like Breath of the Wild, is another example of Nintendo going above and beyond to redefine it. This is a shining example of exquisite creativity and another gem for Switc. h. that is second to none. " -- Peter Brown, Managing Editor

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Splatoon 2 -- 8/10

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"At first glance, Splatoon 2 looks very similar to the first game. But all the small changes, and even the biggest changes in the single player and league games, make a difference to the new game. The shooters are inherently unique. If you play a lot of originals, the sequel is enough to keep you coming back and if you're new to the game, it's a great place to jump. "-- Kallie Plagge, Reviews Editor

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Stardew Valley -- 9/10

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"The number of things to do in Stardew Valley can get you excited in the first three years of the game you need to get to the end of the story - you may want to start over, not keep going. It's quite difficult . Towels to collect enough money for your first horse, so you can quickly get to the mines to pick up minerals to complete a package at the community center. This makes Stardew Valley a great experience, which encourages you to go out and be the best you can, in whatever mission brings you the most joy. Stardew Valley has spontaneously stimulated, with happy optimism. " -- Mary Kish

Rocket League -- 9/10

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"For starters, they have a lot to wait for, because this is one of the most engaging sports games in memory. It doesn't matter if you don't like football or if you don't care. Rocket League's growing community is a unique game that redefines the concept of what a sports game might be and Psyonix continues to support it regularly with new content. , but now that it's on the Switch, there's no better time to shoot it. " -- Peter Brown, Managing Editor

Owlboy -- 8/10

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"Owlboy is always charming and surprising, and when his final act doubles on all fronts, it is bittersweet to see it end. As you savor the outcome of the final battle and watch the closing cutscene, you cannot not stop you from thinking about the start of your adventure and how far the world and its people have traveled. You will never be able to play Owlboy again for the first time, but memories of his magical moments are with you. 'a treat for fans of old school games; Owlboy is a sincere experience that will touch anyone with an affinity for great art and storytelling. " -- Peter Brown, Managing Editor

Mario Kart 8 Deluxe -- 8/10

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"For Mario Kart fans, Mario Kart 8 Deluxe for Eo looks more like little tweaks Inspired by Double Dash. But thanks to a series of once large and almost invisible update updates, this is the get it version. you do not have a Wii U or have not jumped on Mario Kart 8 the First time - or even if you have already played - Mario Kart 8 Deluxe laptop and and in Stationary mode, and its racing heart is more stimulated than And most of all, it obliquely reorganizes the dull combat mode of the origins, obliterating an already awesome racing game. "-- Kallie Plagge, Reviews Editor

Mario + Rabbids: Kingdom Battle -- 9/10

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"Mario + Rabbids: Kingdom Battle radiates an optimism that never fades. It's a constant joy, no matter how difficult the route, due to its unique turn-based tactical system. Kingdom Battle in all meaning is a joy to participate. The unbearable charm of the Rabbids and the fascinating and colorful world of the Mushroom Kingdom, Mario + Rabbids: Kingdom Battle is a fascinating and stimulating formula, full of challenges and endless charm. "-- Edmond Tran, Senior Editor & Producer

The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild -- 10/10

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"No matter how beautiful his surroundings, how smart his enemies are, and how subtle his riddles, the fact that Breath of the Wild continues to amaze you with rules and abilities new after dozens of hours This is a game that allows you to feel more and more autonomous while simultaneously maintaining a sense of challenge and mystery - together, creating a sense of constant and consistent satisfaction. while During the experience. Breath of the Wild is a defining moment for The Legend of Zelda, and the most impressive game Nintendo has ever created. "-- Peter Brown, Managing Editor

Golf Story -- 8/10

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"It can take a while before the story spreads through the golf narrative and makes you feel like you've really hone the skills of a champion, but depending on the breadth of the game. chances are people will have to appreciate if their shtick is a little golfer or a terrorist with offenders. Get a recent eShop, but if you're looking for something that will make you happy with an interesting story and rewarding mechanism, Golf Story is definitely on par with the course. " -- Ginny Woo

Celeste -- 9/10

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"It was a testament to the compelling writing and clever design that after playing Celeste, I felt like I had taken the same journey as Madeline. To live. Her story was subtly told. and beautifully illustrated, mixed with confidence with the satisfying and powerful game that it contains. Not bad for mountain climbing. " -- Oscar Dayus

Dead Cells -- 9/10

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"Dead Cells is an intriguing mix of some of the most popular indie game genres right now. It juggles elements of Metroid's challenging action game and discovery platform, with generated levels of procedural way and random transactions found in roguelike.All come together without any problems, especially the persistent growth of characters in games. playing as Dark Souls or Metroid conflicts with Rogue-inspired game icons placed at hazard. "-- Daniel Starkey

Into the Breach -- 9/10

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There was so much strategic fun to witness the potential destruction that a huge herd of monsters was about to liberate a city, then quickly proceeded and conducted elaborate counter-attacks to destroy the city. broken party. a puzzle full of action and risk-free, and the remarkable variety of play styles offered by unique units keeps each new race exciting. It's nice to see what life-threatening situations are waiting for you to creatively tackle each new turn, every new battle and every new campaign. Into The Breach is an immaculate and pragmatic tactical gem with dynamic conflicts that will keep you coming back, over and over. " -- Edmond Tran, Senior Editor and Producer

Undertale -- 9/10

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"Three years after its first PC release, Undertale has found its way to the Nintendo Switch - and of course, the game is as engaging, challenging and messy as it was the first time. Undertale looks like a game. in a simple retro style, but it lowers the player’s expectations for every opportunity, which is never exceeded due to intelligent writing and sensual chiptune background music. Like its console versions, you can fill the screen with an adaptive thematic border that matches your location (Undertale plays in a 4: 3 ratio). Hell-style defense in combat also works similarly to the similar Joy-Con. c stick, and because it takes place from thoughtful and humorous throughout, the result is a roller coaster emo that helps us determine. "-- Michael Higham, Associate Editor

Super Smash Bros. Ultimate -- 9/10

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"Inconsistent online mode and situational drawback doesn't stop Super Smash Bros. Ultimate from shining like a flexible multiplayer game that can be as free or solid as you want. An interesting player's content it helps keep the Game rich with fun things to do, as well as reinforces the spirit of love for the games that have honored Nintendo gaming consoles The Ultimate's diverse content is very convincing, its solid mechanics of It's fine-tuned and the collection included is simply amazing. "-- Edmond Tran, Senior Editor and Producer

Pokemon Let's Go Pikachu / Eevee -- 8/10

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"Despite these concessions, Pokemon Let's Go Pikachu and Let's Go Eevee are lovely reimaginations of the origins of the series and a full-fledged RPG. It brings many smart improvements to the original red, blue and yellow while retaining what made them so special in the first place. Fans of the series may be disappointed with the lack of features they have come to expect, but Let's Go Pikachu and Let's Go Eevee are taking the Pokemon formula into new exciting directions. "-- Jake Dekker, Video Producer

Tetris 99 -- 8/10

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"Tetris 99 may not be a real battle royale game, but it draws from the same emotion, where a large number of players vying for supreme power create a common intensity that is hard to shake. Add this class to a fully stress-absorbing Game, and you have a captivating experience, even in the worst case scenario, that is still a game definitely worth playing, but that's what In the end you think of when the pieces start falling and the player starts to give up. " -- Peter Brown, Managing Editor

Cuphead -- 8/10

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"Cuphead has been around for a long time and it's nice to see it live up to the original promise on all platforms. It's great to watch, and with a perfect piece of music, it fully captures time. Its developers are also It’s also a powerful action game with no punch, it can benefit from a few tweaks, and the two player cooperative doesn’t feel like it. As a precious addition you can imagine, but Cuphead is still a unique and rare game that really stands out. "-- Peter Brown, Managing Editor

Fire Emblem: Three Houses -- 9/10

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"When all was said and done, all I could think of was to start another game. I was curious to see the unresolved mysteries, of course, but I also hope I can. There are characters I don't speak enough, students I don't hire, and more effective ways to train my units.First play through familiar terrain, but after learning and developing a lot in First, it sounds good too, it talks about the complexity and the depth of mechanics of the Three House as well as the connection with its characters - and whether you manage it warehouse or battlefield, this type of game is hard to give up, even when it's over. " -- Kallie Plagge, Reviews Editor

The Legend of Zelda: Link's Awakening -- 8/10

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"Although the remake has a few drawbacks, it's still an easy game to recommend. People talk about Link's Awakening as the most secret Zelda game. It's a hard call to make, but it's definitely one Touching a classic Zelda game from time to time, Link's Awakening will take you back almost instantly to the 90s. It's simple in many ways, but the journey The combination always conveys a sense of adventure, and this new version is without a doubt the best way to experience it and, more than anything else, it will put a smile on your face. is a penny today and often overlooked. Don't make this mistake with Link's Awakening. "- Peter Brown, editor

Untitled Goose Game -- 8/10

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"The important thing is that Untitled Goose Game is a hoot. It's a comedy game that focuses on making the act of playing it funny, rather than simply being a game that features jokes. Wishing that it was longer speaks to how much fun I had with nothing. There's nothing else quite like Untitled Goose Game; it's charming and cute despite being mean, and both very silly and very clever. It's also probably the best non-racing game ever to feature a dedicated "honk" button. "-- James O'Connor

Dragon Quest XI S: Echoes of an Elusive Age - Definitive Edition -- 9/10

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"While there are a few minor graphics compromises in 3D mode - stuttering is rare and a few occasional pop-ins - almost everything in Dragon Quest XI on Switch is an improvement over the version. If you've stopped playing this RPG masterpiece, this mobile version is absolutely the way - and if you want to watch it again, this version is the perfect reason to do it. "- Ice cream Heidi

Luigi's Mansion 3 -- 8/10

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"But while many players may not catch your attention for a long time, the power of the Luigi's Mansion series always comes from the satisfaction of discovering its carefully built settings, and In this respect, Luigi's Mansion 3 is certainly successful.Perhaps not completely detached from the series formula, but it presents a series of other meticulously crafted challenges to overcome while alleviating a number of problems. restrained the Dark Moon and the sense of accomplishment you feel when overcoming particularly uncomfortable obstacles with the head is now as strong as the first time Luigi accidentally forced a vacuum cleaner on his back and entered a mansion. haunted. "- Kevin Knezevic, Deputy Editor-in-Chief

Pokemon Sword & Shield -- 9/10

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"By collecting, fighting and exploring, Sword and Shield eliminated the bulges and focused on what made the pillars of the Pokemon game so glamorous in the first place. You are not bothered by back-end systems too complicated or jumping hoops in the first place you can start wandering in Galar, see its new Pokémon and try new combat strategies with very little in your way This gives you the freedom to enjoy what Pokemon is doing it, and it gives an extremely powerful performance for the proper launch of the series on the Switch. "- Kallie Plagge, guest editor

Divinity: Original Sin II -- 9/10

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"Divine Divine: Original Sin II The definitive version of Nintendo Switch, nothing, a part of video games, video games, video games. Put together, hard, suitable for each other, while you are in their state and online, abacus, game, game, game, game, game, game, game, game, game, game, game Kiss playing video games.

The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt - Complete Edition -- 9/10

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"Although Nintendo Switch may not be the best platform to play The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt, this is still a great experience not to be missed. If you are looking to play The Witcher 3 again and you say more Its details and beauty, Port of Switch may not really scratch it, but what makes this game so great is not its graphics, but the powerful stories it tells. , and this is more vivid than ever on Switch. "- Jake Dekker, video producer

Bayonetta 2 -- 10/10

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"Bayonetta 2 appears on the Switch with everything intact from the Wii U version, but with more convenience in terms of portability and more stable frame rates, in fact the final version of the game. Thanks to The confidence of creativity seems be unlimited, Bayonetta 2 is still a game you should not miss, just like when we first reviewed the game on Wii U. "- Peter Brown, editor

Donkey Kong Country: Tropical Freeze -- 9/10

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"Tropical Freeze is not a big Nintendo game like Breath of the Wild or Super Mario Odyssey, but this is an awesome, creative and challenging platform game designed by professionals. always difficult but rarely frustrating - to make sure even the most popular moments feel good. If you missed the game for the first time in 2014, try it today. time. "- Peter Brown, managing editor

Wolfenstein II: The New Colossus -- 8/10

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"As long as you can play the entire game in docked mode, New Colossus is the same great game as on the other platforms. It works well and, although there are some minor visual compromises, it still doesn't seem pretty good Unfortunately unfortunately less optimized and Joy-Cons just doesn't use as good as the Pro pilots. If Switch is the only way for you to play it, the New Colossus is worth your time - don't move. " - Kallie Plagge, reviser

SNK Anniversary Collection -- 8/10

"Digital Eclipse once again proves that it's the right team for the conservation and restoration of classic video games. For SNK and its fans, the team has come up with a number of milestones. most socially responsible for more Neo Geo games and while not all previous games deserve to be replayed alone today, the addition of additional documentation and restoration of the Modern gaming gadgets make them more interesting than they have been for years, and in some cases for decades. "- Peter Brown, editorial manager

Crash Team Racing: Nitro-Fueled -- 8/10

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"In simple terms: this is a properly performed remaster. The Nitro-Fueled maintains the spirit and solid foundations of childhood while building and modernizing it as needed - even if the classic variant of the mode Adventure seems a little tricky, but your first run on Roo's Piping or drainage will bring a nostalgic smile to the mold. Your face. With a smile on your face much longer. It's good to find Crash. "- Oscar Dayus

Hellblade: Senua's Sacrifice -- 8/10

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"Hellblade has now moved to Nintendo Switch. Although this port manages to achieve the same mental and emotional resonance levels as other versions, unfortunately has inconsistent frame rates and details. texture sinks transparent, reduces So the impact of certain key moments.So in a way, Hellblade is still intact on a more modest platform.In the form of Switch tablets, it gives the impression that You are immersed in an intriguing novel, which makes it a more intimate experience than you can see in other versions of the game. "- Alessandro Fillari, editor

Thumper -- 9/10

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"Thumper has now found its way to the Nintendo Switch, where it's still fun to play on the screen (at 1080p 60fps) like on PS4 and PC. Surprisingly, very few people have sacrificed themselves to make the switch the movable panel, and in a way, the fact that you can now hang on to it by removing the switch makes the experience a little more immersive than sitting away from your TV. not something that you have access to or want to invest in, the Switch version of Thumper is arguably the second best way to experience all that this awesome and brutal rhythm game brings. "- Peter Brown, editor

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