Top 10 Nintendo Games You Must Play

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Introduction:

On 3rd March 2017 when Nintendo developed its hybrid console revolutionary Nintendo Switch which was not only a home console but also a portable device. Nintendo never looked back as it made more and more revolutions in the gaming industry. This absolute digitally appealing set was the favorite of every gamer out there. 

The switch in actual terms was the rebirth of the pioneer of our gaming hole, in layman terms Mario. Masters leveled up in the digital gaming World services with switch. Switch has held styled play with various attachments and wireless controller options support online gaming, multiplayer mode, and connectivity extensively.


1. Sunless Sea: Zubmariner -

Sunless Sea has a great write-up which includes DLC. It has the unique worlds and story which can be punishing.

It has 2D experience and its sea ship-to-ship combat is simple, but the writing plays out like an advanced 'choose your own adventure' novel, where arguments with your crew or conversations with mysterious characters at the port are always intriguing. Maintaining supplies and crew morale, and the randomized nature of the game.

"LOSE YOUR MIND. EAT YOUR CREW. DIE." That's the tagline to Sunless Sea: Zubmariner.

2. Pokemon Sword and Shield -

Pokemon has always been the love of all the kids in the world. This game has amazing pokemon designs and exasperating backgrounds, levels, and regions. It is not that much graphically accomplished.

Pokemon Sword and Shield are the first games that came to the Switch filled with excitement and fun. It brings some much-needed gamely optimizations to the franchise along with some fantastic new features such as the Wild Area. 

3. The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild -

It has good graphics with good quality space and great strategy.

One of the most distinctive features of 'The Legend of Zelda' was its cartridge. If you went left or right on the screen didn't specifically matter, the game was open-world and allowed players to explore caves and forests. As it was such a vast game that it would often require players to spend hours or days trying to solve its various puzzles.

4. Untitled Goose Game -

It has hilarious slapstick fun with its incredible charms. Quite short and simple to pick up.

You'll stick through the game in a handful of hours, but it's very much work the journey. Set in a dopey village in the English countryside, you play as a goose tasked with terrorizing your human neighbors: stealing their crops, locking them in closets, and honking all the way through.

5. The Elder Scrolls: Skyrim -

It has hundreds of hours of content with bit bugs inside. It has an open world to explore new things with amazing side missions and superb characters.

Skyrim might be a game that's nine years old, but the portability of the Nintendo Switch makes it feel fresh again. It's a whole new way to play. It was once an exclusively home console and PC experience. It can now be played on your commute and there's no denying that holding the wild world of Skyrim in the palm of your hand is exhilarating.

6. Animal Crossing: New Horizons -

People, in these dark and troubled days, it's time to disappear into a new world, get a virtual mortgage.

It has so many interesting levels with amazing worlds. It makes you go deep inside the game with lots of adventures and missions.

Play and enjoy the game.

7. Stardew Valley -

This game is highly relatable to all of us with well-written characters. A lot of worlds to explore in-game but It doesn't have any actual ending. It has a farm dungeon crawler hybrid.

You can engage in crafting, fishing, cooking, and even exploring inbuilt caves to mine for items and even take on monstrous enemies. It's an addictive farming simulator in which you interact with townies to the point where you can marry them in the game. 

8. Super Mario Maker 2

The addition of several new enemies and power-ups including the frog suit. Installation of the power balloon in-game makes it more amazing. The introduction of mushroom character makes it more interesting.

It is made for the Nintendo Switch, it's still a fantastic piece of software. It makes level design accessible for everyone and has a massively beefed up single-player mode.

9. Mario + Rabbids Kingdom Battle -

It has superb visuals and music and it is quite difficult to conquer levels in it. It has easy to learn mechanics and this game can be played by all age groups.

This Nintendo game has surprised a lot of people. Separate games won’t work in a good way, but the combination of both games does. This is a planned game and it's that's complex and deep without being over difficult – incredibly fun to play thanks to gameplay through the difficulty increases. 

10. Dark Souls: Remastered -

It has immersive, haunting, and challenging worlds that provided us with extra rewards. It has a good difficulty level.

The developers have created a thousand imitators and a million curse words as adventurers stalk the deadly land. Always fair, it's also a master of environmental-based storytelling, revealing its secrets slowly as you gain command of its systems and best its enemies.


Written by - Vansh Pratap Singh Rana 
Edited by - Bushra Makhdoomi

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