Nintendo Quadruples Game Line Up

When the Nintendo Switch was announced, one of the more disappointing reveals was the lack of games for the system with only 26 titles confirmed.

Other than The Legend Of Zelda: Breath Of The Wild, none of the originally announced games were anything to get too excited about.Since then, the list of games coming to the system has more than quadrupled.


The gaming website PressStart posted an updated list of titles confirmed for the Switch and it increases the original 26 up to 106. The good news extends to those gamers pre-ordering Switch for a launch day purchase.

Here’s the game list from January:


Originally, only five games were announced for launch (Zelda, Super Bomberman, Just Dance 2017, 1-2 Switch, and Skylanders Imaginators). Now that total has doubled, with I am Setsuno, World of Goo, Little Inferno, Human Resource Machine, and The Binding of Isaac. That’s a decent release list for a new console. Like any other case, how successful a platform will be comes down to the games released both from Nintendo and third-parties. Things are starting to look even better for Nintendo.

Even with that said, t’s difficult to predict how well the Nintendo faithful will receive the Switch. The company is attempting to cater to both mobile and console gamers with one device. It could turn out to be a very clever move with success on the scale of the Wii, but it could just as easily be overlooked.

Are you even more excited for the Switch launch?


Author: slayer1223

Clevelander born to love bad sports teams, play heavy metal, eat greasy food and always beat the game on the hardest difficulty first

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