Posted by: seanmalstrom | July 10, 2018

Switch Reviews Table of Contents

These are the reviews for Nintendo Switch hardware and software. You may ask: “Why do I need these reviews with all the other sites out there?” The answer is that the definition of ‘quality’ here is how often do I return to the game. Games you keep going back to are games worth owning. If you buy a game, beat it, and never play it again, is it worth it? Did you buy a game or a digital experience?

In addition, I buy my own games. I have a full time job that requires about 50 hours a week. No one gives me games (though, they have tried). Since I have spent my own money on these games, it gives me closer to the true value than if someone gave them to me for free.

Review breakdowns (for software) is as follows:

A means the game is so good, you should buy the system for it. This game doesn’t get boring. You keep coming back to it.

B means the game keeps you coming back to it, though it may become a chore over time. You want this game in your collection.

C is an average game. You come back to it now and then. If you like the genre of this game, you should get it. If not, feel free to skip it.

D is mediocre. You do not come back to this game. You might beat it once and that is it. Unless you are a huge fan of the genre or series, skip this game.

F games are terrible. You do not even want to play the game let alone come back to it! This game could be buggy, or it could just not be fun.

Warning: Most of this list will not follow the cult-like ‘metacritic’ approved quality ratings. If that is what you are looking for, go somewhere else.

Only physical versions are reviewed. As far as I am concerned, if there is no physical version, the software DOESN’T EXIST.

Software Reviews

Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild A+

Steamworld Dig 2 B+

Software Reviews Coming Soon

Octopath Traveler

Puyo Puyo Tetris

Hyrule Warriors: Definitive Edition

Splatoon 2

Super Mario Odyssey

Super Bomberman R

Sonic Mania

Binding of Isaac: Aftermath

Fire Emblem Warriors

Has Been Heroes

Super Smash Brothers Ultimate

Xenoblade 2


Hardware Reviews

Switch Hardware


Pro Controller

Xenoblade Pro Controller

Mayflash Controller Adapter




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