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Postby Vojin В» 22.12.2018


The Nintendo Switch is an amazing games console, with the line-up now including the portable-only Nintendo Switch Lite too. Both consoles are completely different to everything else out there, with the Lite being the greatest portable games machine around and the standard Switch offering the best of all worlds, whether you are playing at home on your TV or when out and about on its 6.

Here are our choices for the must-haves for the Nintendo console, and we've split them into categories to make it even easier for you. You can jump right to your favourite game type below. Not only is this 3D platformer one of the best games on any console around today, it's one of the best Mario games too. It owes more to Super Mario 64 than others over the years and is so full of secrets and surprises that you'll be playing it long after the story is complete.

Every second is a joy. Luigi's Mansion - starring Mario's brother - is a very different experience to the likes of Super Mario Odyssey. It's not jam-packed with big cities or lots of people, but instead features scary moments - well somewhat scary, this is Nintendo after all - and plenty of exploratory gameplay. This Mario game is rather different to the norm. Don't expect a platformer. Instead, you get a turn-based X-Com style strategy game, but featuring the eponymous plumber and Ubisoft's crazy Rabbids characters.

Not only does the game look fantastic, it plays well and different levels can be tackled in your own time. Ideal, therefore, for commuting - just make sure you take your thinking cap with you.

A graphical masterpiece and a well-balanced platform caper, Yoshi's Crafted World stars Mario's best chum and represents the different approach that Nintendo loves to take.

It's also a nice, pleasant game for young and old to enjoy. Nintendo fantastically built on its Super Mario Maker concept for the sequel, which is better in almost every way possible.

You can basically create Mario 2D platformer levels, share them and play others built by the wider community. A single-player story mode is also great fun, as you tackle more than custom levels.

Originally release for the Wii U, hence the "U" in the name, this enhanced 2D platformer takes Mario back to his roots in glorious fashion - adding some modern twists along the way, of course. It also includes the Super Luigi U add-on starring the taller, more mischievous brother. However, the graphics have been given a major overhaul and optional motion controls make this an interactive classic. Pokemon has become a modern JRPG without renouncing its essence.

A breathtaking soundtrack by Ordago, the introduction of dozens of delightful new species, and impressive new mechanics create a cohesive and balanced experience. If haven't tried a Pokemon game before, this is where you should start; if you already love Pokemon then Sword and Shield will immediately be your new favourite.

Previously released for the Wii U, Mario Kart 8 gets a graphical update for the Deluxe version on Switch, which runs at 60 frames per second even when in portable mode.

You also get a few gameplay bonuses, such as an extra weapon slot for pick-ups during races and additional karters. It is easily one of the best Mario Kart games in many years and an essential purchase for any Switch owner. A remaster of 's Crash Team Racing, this nitro-charged version has incredible graphics, re-built from the ground up. The kart racing fun is much the same as before, but new features include online multiplayer and an improved adventure mode have been added for good measure.

One word of warning though, don't expect Mario Kart levels of difficulty - mastering CTR is as tough as it's always been. There couldn't have been a better launch game to sell Switch consoles than Breath of the Wild. A long time in the making and more than a year delayed, it was well worth the wait as it's one of the best role-playing games ever made. The massive, open-world RPG has many facets. Every nook and cranny of the marvellous game world is filled with adventure and puzzles.

And while it adds crafting to the well-trodden themes, it's not obtrusive and fits in beautifully. Link's Awakening fills the gap nicely as we wait for the sequel to Breath of the Wild, with its isometric action-RPG charm and fiendish puzzles.

It's a from-the-ground-up remake of the GameBoy classic that everyone over a certain age will remember. But, even if you do, it is well-worth a revisit as it feels completely fresh in its own right. Informally dubbed The Switcher, the Switch version of The Witcher 3 is nothing short of a technical wonder. And while it has been cut back a little graphically, everything that makes it one of the best games of all time is there on Switch too.

Thronebreaker: The Witcher Tales is an ideal release for Switch, combining the superb Gwent card game with a single-player RPG campaign that should keep you going for over 30 hours. It is based in The Witcher universe, but works equally well in short bursts during a commute as it does in hardcore sessions when you have more time on your hands.

The classic top-down dungeon slayer is great as a special edition for Switch, feeling surprisingly fresh and playable despite arriving years after its original release. That it's playable in portable format takes the game to a whole other level and gives the Switch something that's often been absent from previous Nintendo consoles: adult content. A simply huge Japanese role-playing game, Xenoblade Chronicles 2 offers more than 70 hours of gameplay and a combat system that is as robust as it is tricky to master.

The game is splendid looking too, with sumptuous landscapes, while the voice acting is excellent throughout. If you want a game that will last a while, this is surely it. Skyrim is one of the largest, most highly revered role-playing games of all time. To release the entire game, DLC and more, on a portable platform is nothing short of a miracle.

What's more, it is the remastered version that appeared on the latest-gen consoles so you get so much more for your bucks. It is a true technological marvel and something you will find yourself still playing many months on.

If you've got some friends round or want to play against others online, these are top multiplayer games to try out.

Remember though, for online play on most of them, you will need Nintendo Switch Online membership. Although a rehash of the Wii U version, this truly is the "ultimate" edition. It's not only fast and slick, but has a mighty cast of characters to control. And, it's one of the Switch games that has been embraced fully by the eSports community. Although it's not exactly groundbreaking if you played the original Splatoon, the third-person, paint-splatting sequel is a fun multiplayer blast.

It looks superb on the Switch - even better than the Wii U predecessor, which we loved. The single-player campaign is vastly improved, plus there are new multiplayer modes. Everything seems better tweaked than before, giving the best Splatoon experience yet.

Not everyone's cup of tea, perhaps, but this motion-controlled beat-em-up is great fun if you've got a few friends round and additional Joy-Cons to compete with. You hold a Joy-Con in each hand and use them to control the arms of your fighter, hence the name. Fighters are bionic, however, and have many properties.

The whole thing is very Nintendo-esque; it's harmful fun, even for kids. One word of warning though, it isn't good for the Nintendo Switch Lite, as it's not suitable for handheld play. Minigames galore in this for-all-the-family slice of fun.

It's by far the best Mario Party game yet made, and committed Nintendo fans will find it irresistible. It shows off the Switch's party-gaming credentials with plenty of panache. It's not suitable for Switch Lite owners though, as you need to be able to remove and wave about the Joy-Cons. What can be said about the multiplayer shooter that hasn't before? It's not just a game, it's a cultural phenomenon and, as it's free to download and play, you can check it out for yourself without spending a penny on any in-game content.

Who doesn't love Worms apart from dogs? The franchise has been going for almost a quarter of a century and Worms W. There are plenty of weapons to blast other teams' worms, plus vehicles and other tools of destruction that have been added this time around.

It plays brilliantly on the Switch and is a game almost perfectly suited to a train or bus ride. Rocket League has been a huge success story, with kids of all ages getting hooked on its bizarre mix of car racing and football. And the Switch version is a remarkable port that sticks to 60fps throughout, albeit with a slight drop in resolution. You don't care though, as you can compete from anywhere with a Wi-Fi signal.

It also links with other versions of the game, so you don't have to just compete against players on their own Switch devices.

While it's not the best Bomberman game ever - that honour goes to Super Bomberman 2 on the SNES, we reckon, although Saturn Bomberman is also a classic - it is great to have an excuse to revisit the explosion happy, bobble-hatted imps. The game offers some of the best same-screen multiplayer action around and as each player case use a single Joy-Con to play, you can have two-players battle right from the off. Naturally, the Switch Lite can only play multiplayer online. Minecraft on Switch is the exact same version of the game available across multiple platforms and replaced the former "Nintendo Switch Edition".

Our only regret is that you can't use the touchscreen to choose items in your inventory, but it's an authentic Minecraft experience in all other regards. Yes, several of the Mario games above are platformers too but here are some that you should also try It suits the Nintendo Switch even more. There are plenty of puzzles and interesting denizens to meet and complete, while the Switch version benefits from numerous updates and patches that appeared later on the other console versions.

In addition, on the standard Switch, you can play multiplayer using just one Joy-Con each, so two can play from the off without any other accessories needed. Like several other games in this best-of, Donkey Kong Country: Tropical Freeze is a conversion of a Wii U game and it has made the transition very well indeed. The 2D platformer can be played with a friend in co-op - just make sure that you both have mad skills though, as it is rock hard at times.

Just as games should be. We loved the Wii U exclusive when it came out a few years ago, but as the console and, thus, the game didn't sell it's great to see it given a lick of paint and a new lease of life. Lego City Undercover takes the Lego platform gameplay, pops it into an open-world setting and that results in a kid-friendly Grand Theft Auto-style experience. It is also very funny, thanks largely to Chase McCain, an anti-hero worthy of a sequel or even future movie.

A cunning blend of 2D platform action and pinball, Yoku's Island Express is a gorgeous indie game that deserves to be on this list. Indeed, it's puzzler undertones had us hooked good and proper.

We suspect it'll do the same for you. It is more cerebral than most shooters and plays partly as a stealth puzzle game.

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Re: battlefield games joy con

Postby Shaktik В» 22.12.2018

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Re: battlefield games joy con

Postby Dourn В» 22.12.2018

Sometimes they know Read article Cranston. Here are our choices for the must-haves for the Nintendo console, and we've split them into categories to make it even easier for you. It does, however, make for a far more well-rounded experience both locally or online.

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Re: battlefield games joy con

Postby Meshura В» 22.12.2018

Back in the joy s, tennis games were at their peak. From stealing data from a base controlled by androids to fighting off waves of ravenous foes, Warframe keeps the action coming. You'll still control Link with the Joy-Cons, but now you look around Hyrule with an interactive field of view that makes spotting sneaky enemies and games missable treasures far easier. You wait years for a kart racer to come along and challenge Mario Kart 8 Deluxe for the crown, then two drop within a month of each other. Master the single player Con League, get stuck in to ranked battlefield battles, or grab a sofa and share your Joy-Cons for a local match with your mates.

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