29 December 2017
Bumping this a bit, as @KRG has not quite captured the complete magic of the Switch. The simple genius is this. It's one thing. Full fat Nintendo games and some very decent third party full size games, on the move. In bridging the space between handheld and full console, it makes every sort of game possible, and not out of place.
It'll also have the best games available on any system, as per. The exclusives that exist are already top quality. We just need a few more. It helps a lot that Nintendo plans to port some of the Wii U stuff, especially if the job they did on Mario Kart 8 Deluxe is anything to go by. A couple of small additions make a lot of difference.
I got two games with it and have added a four more over the last few days, three of them indie games around the tenner mark. Mario Odyssey is fantastic, borrowing the best conceit of Kirby and a little more photo-realism to create a Mario game like no other.
I've a real soft spot for Golf Story, a neat little golf game by two Australian dudes, that'll make you believe that most of lifes problems can be sorted by simply hitting something with a golf ball. Picross is a given, and I also got the Axiom Verge Metroid a like. With Zelda on the download now, that should keep me busy for a bit.