Nintendo has one of the biggest fanbases in the world, offering up titles like Super Mario and The Legend of Zelda. Their consoles have almost all been global successes, and they have sold billions of games to a global market. Their latest massive success was the Switch which can change between a handheld and console.
Thankfully, right in time for Christmas, 15 new titles have been released for the Nintendo Switch. The release should show a massive boom in sales for the gaming giant and will provide a lot more games and options to choose from when it comes to the Switch. Among the games that have been released are:
- Tiny Metal
- Blossom Tales: The Sleeping King
- Max: The Curse Of Brotherhood
- The Deer God
- Puzzle Box Maker.
None of these are significantly big titles, and most of them are ports of other games that have been seen in places like Steam and Mobile. The Deer God was first published on mobile before going to Steam, for instance. Many of these games may only be fun for a more niche audience as well, such as Tiny Metal, which is a must-have for Advance Wars fans.
There are other, much more significant titles, which are also making it to the Switch soon, including Lost Sphere, Dragon Quest: Builders, and even Bayonetta 2. While outstanding games on the Switch seems to be few and far between, new titles such as Lost Sphere, which plays similar to a Final Fantasy or Arc The Lad, are destined to make the experience better in the months to come. Shovel Knight and Wolfenstein 2 are two more titles that are said to be released sometime in 2018.