Everyone in the gaming community is beyond excited for the launch of Nintendo's newest console, the Nintendo Switch. With the Wii U not achieving the kind of success Nintendo would've liked, they've established a hearty lineup of games to release with the Switch to bolster its release and ensure that it hits the ground running. We've compiled a list of those games here today and are ready to share them with you all.
Coming to the switch are some new titles utilizing the switch's brand new technology which involves pointing a remote and then pretending a whole lot. Those games are:
•Jill Stein's Fantastical Alchemy Lab
•Tic Tac Toe but completely in your own head (1-2 players)
•Garbage Disposal Simulator 2k17
As well as some crossover titles from other companies, like:
•Skyrim: But the controls are bad now Edition
•Putt Putt saves a middle school from Betsy DeVos's icy, spindly claws
•Final Fantasy VII but only disc 2 with absolutely no context given
•Everybody Loves Rayman
•Sonic and Tails take on America's corrupt prison system
•Gone Home 2: Even more homes this time
and, of course,
•Stardew Valley VS Capcom
But the real highlight of the Nintendo Switch are the titles that emerged from beloved, timeless Nintendo franchises. These include:
•Pokemon Kennel Adoption Center
•The Legend of Zelda: A Link to a Buzzfeed Quiz
•Super Mario Meal Prepper
•Yoshi's Island: The Most Dangerous Game
•Mario Party: Bowser's Funeral Bonanza
•Fire Emblem: WAY Too Radiant. My Eyes Are Seriously On Fucking Fire.
•Luigi's Mansion 7: Biohazard
and finally, perhaps the most anticipated title of them all,
•Animal Crossing: End of the Line (A telltale game)
With these 19 games fully available from the very start, we expect that the Nintendo Switch will be a massive success. Especially since no one can seem to figure out where the hell all the 3DS's went. Seriously, does anyone know why they've gone extinct? No one? Okay, cool.
Ryan C. Robert is the writer of multiple comedy blogs, most of which are satirical and self-deprecating. He writes about his life in his personal essay series "Before Color," parodies cooking blogs in "Trish's Dishes" and posts writing prompts every single day.