The next time you’re tempted to get into the Switch game library, remember to look up the terms of service before you do.
And if you’re thinking about buying a Nintendo Switch, don’t be surprised if the games you’ve seen in recent months aren’t what you expected.
Nintendo’s Switch console was built to be portable, but now that the system is out in the wild, we’ve found a few of the most interesting games on the system to play on it.
Switch-exclusive games are worth your attention if you want a chance at learning how to play them, but don’t expect the full Switch experience if you buy a new one.
We’ve ranked the best Switch games on a scale from 0 to 10.
Super Mario Odyssey The Super Mario Bros. series is a staple of gaming for decades, but that’s not to say that the Mario games are without their flaws.
While they’ve been ported to many other platforms, they’ve never quite reached their full potential.
Super Smash Bros. is a perfect example.
While the game has a large library of playable characters, the series still leans more towards the 3D side of things than the 2D side.
That’s where Super Mario is different.
The game takes place in a 3D world, and the characters can walk through walls, jump and bounce through platforms.
It’s the first of its kind, and a fantastic way to experience the Mario franchise.
The series has also gone on to make great strides in the mobile space, so you’ll be able to play Super Mario Run on your phone or tablet as well as its standalone Nintendo Switch version.
Zelda: Breath of the Wild Nintendo has a history of making games that are highly customizable.
The Legend of Zelda: The Wind Waker takes this approach, and it’s one of the best Zelda games ever.
With the game’s overworld being customizable, there’s a ton of room for exploration and experimentation.
This is also one of Zelda’s greatest strengths.
The developers have also made some incredibly interesting features for the game, like the ability to play as a hero and wield an enormous sword.
That said, some of the more controversial aspects of the game aren’t necessarily in keeping with the Zelda aesthetic.
The first game in the series has been criticized for its lack of character development, so it’s nice to see that the second game doesn’t go for the same approach.
Super Monkey Ball 3 The game is a classic in the Super Monkey ball series, but it was originally a spinoff of a series of Monkey Island games.
The Super Monkey balls have always had a ton more content than their predecessors, but some of that content has been removed.
Super Monk Ball 3 was created by former Monkey Island devs, and they’ve added a ton to the game over the years.
While some of it’s fun, it can be hard to find enough content to play through.
If you’ve never played the series before, you can expect a ton in terms of new levels, enemies, and items to unlock.
Fire Emblem Heroes It’s a little confusing how to actually buy Fire Emblem, but this is a great way to get started.
It is a free-to-play game, but the free version includes tons of content to unlock and explore.
While most of it can only be found in the Nintendo Switch’s library, it does include new maps and features that aren’t available on the regular versions.
Overwatch This isn’t an Overwatch game, so there are some things that are missing, like multiplayer support, but its still an excellent shooter that has the potential to be a great game for Switch owners.
It will be available on both Nintendo Switch and PC for free on August 3.
The Switch version will be free to play and will be playable on PC. 6.
The Sims 3: Ultimate Edition This game is so fun that we’re already planning a Halloween costume party for it.
However, some people might not like it.
It has no story mode, which means you won’t be able for long to get the full experience.
The Sims series has always been a huge part of the Nintendo platform, and this game could be the beginning of a whole new generation of Sims fans.
Firefall If you’re into survival horror, then you’ll want to play this game.
It was one of our top survival games for 2018.
There are plenty of creepy environments and creepy monsters in this game, and we can’t wait to see what we find in the future.
Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare The first Call of War game is one of those titles that has been around for so long that we can easily forget it’s only been out for a few months.
However the sequel is very different.
Advanced Warfare is a completely revamped game that has a lot of new features that are available only in the Switch version of the title.
We are already excited about what’s in store for the sequel, and its new features have us excited for the long-awaited