Nintendo Switch players have been spoiled with numerous exclusive titles for their handheld gaming console this 2021.
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People wait in line for a chance to sample new games for Nintendo Switch at the 2019 Electronic Entertainment Expo, also known as E3, opening in Los Angeles, California on June 11, 2019. – Gaming fans and developers gather, connecting thousands of the brightest, best and most innovative in the interactive entertainment industry and a chance for many to preview new games.
Not to mention that Nintendo Switch even released another variant of the gaming console, its new OLED model.
It even comes amid the ongoing supply constraints of its rivals, the Xbox Series X and S and the PlayStation 5, which is due to the raging chip shortage mess.
Nevertheless, even with the upgraded display of the Switch OLED–among other minimal tweaks, players of the older handheld console could still enjoy the same games that the latest counterpart sports, as per the report by Distractify.
As such, any supply constraints would not be a major issue for Switch players.
Top Nintendo Switch Games of 2021
It is worth noting that Nintendo Switch released numerous notable titles this 2021. That said, here are some of the massive games that you might have missed along the way.
Switch players encountered a surprise addition to the ‘Metroid’ gaming franchise, and it is one of the best games released on the handheld console.
In fact, some players are already emulating one of the biggest exclusive gaming titles of the Switch this 2021 to PCs.
It is to note that the “Metroid Dread” was released side by side with the OLED variant of the Nintendo Switch during the E3 event back in June.
The latest gaming title from the “Metroid” franchise, which carries the price tag of $59.99, is the first-ever 2D version of the game in the said storyline after nearly two decades.
‘Mario Party Superstars’
Next on the list is the latest offering from the famous “Mario Party” franchise.
The “Mario Party Superstars” allow its players to collectively access all of the boards and minigames from the first three earlier versions of the franchise.
What’s more, the new “Mario Party” game lets go of some of the functionalities like motion controls to make it a better suitable title for all ages.
It is one of the best titles that came on the Switch. Also, it sells to the tune of $59.99.
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‘Pokemon Brilliant Diamond’ and ‘Shining Pearl’
Just before 2021 comes to an end, or on Nov 19 to be more precise, Nintendo players get to experience the remake of the DS role-playing games of the Pokemon franchise way back in 2006, according to Nintendo Life.
The arrival of the two remakes, namely the “Pokemon Brilliant Diamond” and the “Pokemon Shining Pearl”, consequently comes as the franchise was celebrating its 25th anniversary.
It is worth noting that his game is the first-ever major Pokemon gaming title that the developer Game Freak did not work on.
Instead, the game developer, ILCA, worked behind the massive remakes. On the other hand, The Pokemon Company and Nintendo published both games.
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