Nintendo has been in the news for one year. Whether it was a grand success of Pokémon Go on Android or the recent record-shattering achievement of Super Mario on iOS, Nintendo is everywhere. Ever since Pokémon Go became a huge it, the speculations started about when Nintendo will launch its most awaited gaming console, the Nintendo Switch.

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In last October at Nintendo’s official announcement event and again this month we are now aware that Nintendo is going to launch the Nintendo Switch on March 3rd and now all we need to know which best games Nintendo is going to offer for it’s ‘switch.’ For all these Nintendo Switch games the pre-booking has already started along with the date of release. So why waiting, let us also know more about them now.

Best Nintendo Switch Games

Best Nintendo Switch Games 2017

#1. Splatoon 2

Splatoon 2 Nintendo Switch Game

If you have loved Splatoon’s version one in 2015, then you must be waiting for the second version which will be part of the Nintendo Switch this year. The demo shown by Nintendo for Splatoon 2 is too small and inconclusive on how it is different and improved from the first version. There will be few changes here and there in the format as the previous one was allowing two levels of four versus four multiplayer levels. The graphics look sharp and whatever is revealed till now about Splatoon 2 is enough to suggest that it has everything to be popular as its first version.

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#2. Mario Kart 8 Delux

Mario Kart 8 Delux Nintendo Switch Game

This is arguably the best game you will get on Nintendo Switch. Mario Kart 8 was already rumored to be part of the new console, and you will be glad to know that it certainly is part of it. One can play Mario Kart 8 in many ways. You can use Joy-Con inside a tiny steering wheel accessory, and if you wish to play it with another player, then you can even try a Pro Controller. For those who like to get involved in a multi-player came they can use the Switch in the handheld mode which is easy than other two options. The promo of this game shows that the game looks excellent on screen.

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#3. Super Bomberman R

Super Bomberman R Nintendo Switch Game

Multi-player gaming is real fun, especially when you have to move around, running and jumping top and down on maps and taking on with each player while saving yourself from explosives. Super Bomberman R is just one kind of that game only. This game can be played with four players the same way we have mentioned now. But at the end of the day, only silliness and full of belly laughs will remain for sure. This time with the new release, a campaign mode is also added where you can master the list of level to progress further.

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#4. The Legend of Zelda

The Legend of Zelda Nintendo Switch Game

One can easily call The Legend of Zelda as one of the jewels of Nintendo Switch. Last year when Nintendo first time announced that they will be coming with switch, they also announced that this game will be very much part of it so that one can understand the importance of it. This legendary game looks identical in Switch promos, but surprisingly the graphics look sharper. The best way probably to play this game is via the Pro Controller so that you can get the great flexibility in maneuver the link around the landscape. There are few minuses as well, but one won’t mind buying this game for sure.

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#5. LEGO City Undercover

LEGO City Undercover Nintendo Switch Game

Another most popular but forgotten gem and game, LEGO City Undercover makes is placing automatically in upcoming Nintendo Switch. We all know that back in 2013 this game made a huge roar, and later Warner Bros. bought it, and after refurbishing it, they made it free. This game will be available in Nintendo Switch as it is available on other gaming consoles like PS4 and Xbox One as well. If you like something humorous and fun, then you will certainly fall in love with this game. Like many other Nintendo games, this game can also be played in many ways.

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#6. Super Mario Odyssey

Super Mario Odyssey Switch Game

This game will bring back the memories of good old days when Super Mario made his 3D debut. These days the Mario games are focused on small and contained levels, but Super Mario Odyssey will get the detailed gaming experience back, and this Nintendo icon will have plenty of freedom all the way. This time Mario has broken out of the Mushroom Kingdome and has set into an unknown territory called ‘New Donk City.’ The name of the city must be sounding similar to the New York City, and that is where Mario will make his next exploration. Apart from that, you will also find a Mexican desert look area which is again totally a new experience for Mario fans.

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#7. FIFA

FIFA Nintendo Switch Game

With FIFA EA Sports is making a come back to Nintendo. The promo of FIFA looks very much promising, but there is still confusion about the version. Because this game will be releasing during the time of Christmas whether we will be having FIFA 17 or FIFA 18 on Nintendo Switch is yet to be clarified by EA Sports. But EA has said that it will be the most immersive, social and authentic game ever created for Nintendo players, so we can even expect an exclusive version of FIFA altogether for Nintendo Switch. So with this much information in hand, it is better to wait and watch.

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So, here we are with seven of the best games for upcoming Nintendo Switch gaming consoles. There will be many exciting games which will be part of the console, but we found these seven should get your attention so that you can choose the best and most entertaining game for yourself.

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