The 30 Best Nintendo Switch Video Games To Date (Early 2022)

We have updated our report with the best Nintendo Switch games (until early 2022)with the latest releases for the Nintendo console, both the hybrid model (desktop and portable) and for Nintendo Switch Lite and Nintendo Switch OLED.

The Nintendo catalog has received a lot of essential titles since it went on sale, in 2017, until 2022. And according to the latest statements by Shuntaro Furukawa, president of Nintendo , the console is in “half of its life cycle”.

Among the exclusives that we find in this list, there is the already legendary The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild, the sensational Super Mario Odyssey, Mario Kart 8 Deluxe or Super Smash Bros. Ultimate, the most complete edition to date of the fighting saga.

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In recent months, games such as Monster Hunter Rise, Super Mario 3D World or indie gems such as Narita Boy or Hades have been added to the Nintendo machine catalogue, which complete an outstanding game list.

And, of course, Pokémon could not miss the appointment with Sword and Shield and Pokémon Legends: Arceus, the latest great success for the hybrid console.

There is so much on our list cross-platform games, such as Switch exclusives and port versions of the best Wii U games and even some of the best Nintendo 3DS games.


  • Developer: Nintendo
  • Release: March 20, 2020
  • Genre: RPG

If you are a newcomer to our island, pay attention, because we are going to tell you how to enjoy Animal Crossing. The first thing to do is know is that we do not have a defined goal. There are no enemies to defeat, and no item to collect.

On the contrary, it is about enjoying the little things. The same is about building and decorating our house, collecting insects, fish and fossils, changing our clothes or interacting with other neighbors.

It’s a game designed so that we dedicate a little time to it every day, and let’s see how everything changes as time goes by.

But on this playable basis, which supported all the previous Animal Crossing games, an authentic “monument” to the saga is built, which has not ceased to surprise us with new mechanics and options.

The first one is the adoption of a “crafting” system. While in traditional games obtaining tools and furniture was done -for the most part- at the checkout, now we have the opportunity to do it with our own hands.

Another aspect that we liked the most is the incorporation of a mileage system. Our islander carries a Nookophone in his pocket that allows him to receive messages, take pictures… and earn miles with different activities.

It’s like a second monetary system (in addition to berries) with which we can also buy objects and improvements, and that adds daily challenges, we earn miles for talking to neighbors, for building and breaking tools… Even for spending miles! And these miles are how we keep doing things constantly.

Animal Crossing New Horizons review


  • Developer: Nintendo EPD
  • Release: October 18, 2019
  • Genre: Exercise RPG

There is something that cannot be denied to Nintendo: they are true masters when it comes to offering unique experiences that are not seen on any other platform.

The very concept of the Switch is already something quite unique (a home console that is also portable? Witchcraft!), so something like Ring Fit Adventure it fits like a ring to the finger.

It is an RPG with fairly simple mechanics, but that takes on a new level of complexityby inviting us to carry out all the attacks and special abilities through movements of our body.

Come on, let’s level up in the game… and in real life. A waste of originality and one of the most successful games on Nintendo Switch during confinement.

Analysis of Ring Fit Adventure


  • Developer: Nintendo EPD
  • Release: September 18, 2020
  • Genre: Platforms

Many arguments can be put forward against the Super Mario 3D All-Stars compilation: that it is poorly worked, that it hardly comes with extras, which should include more games (ahem, Galaxy 2, ahem)…

But at the end of the day there is only one reality: they are three masterpieces that continue to be enjoyed like the first day, and being able to access them easily (without having to go to the storage room to get tangled up in the Nintendo 64 cables) and anywhere, is a real joy.

Analysis from Super Mario 3D All-Stars


  • Developer: Studio Koba
  • Release: March 30, 2021
  • Genre: Action / Adventure

He played hard to get, but finally Narita Boy arrived on consoles and PC in 2021 with all the force of a sword feedback… And needless to say, it exceeded all our expectations.

The title developed by the Spanish Studio Koba was on Kickstarter for several years, something that is evident in all the love that is breathed in each pixel.

Narita Boy recovers the aesthetic arcade game from the 80s and tells the story of The Creator, a genius who has created a video game console called Narita One and which has Narita Boy as its star title. The video game soon became a resounding success around the world, becoming the best-selling game in history.

But within the binary code of the video game, the digital realm connects with reality. HIM, the villain of the game, has returned and together with his stallion minions has erased The Creator’s memories.

The supervisor program, Motherboard, and its agents have activated the Narita Boy protocol. Thus, in this “game within the game” our task is to restore order to the digital realm and prevent corruption from spreading.

You can see the care put into each element of Narita Boy: its spectacular pixelart designs with hand animations, the development that alternates combat, platforming and backtracking, the references to the 80s and a moving story. If you’re into retro games, Narita Boy is undoubtedly one of the best games for Nintendo Switch.

Narita Boy review


  • Developer: Capcom
  • Release: March 26, 2021
  • Genre: Action RPG

Monster Hunter Rise is the latest installment in the monster hunting saga for Nintendo Switch. The usual game style of the saga is maintained, that is, it is an action game with RPG elements, where we must face fearsome creatures using different weapons, traps and gadgets, in order to later forge better equipment with the resources obtained.

As usual, we can play alone or with the help of three other players, locally or over the Internet.

Monster Hunter Rise presents many new features, such as the Village of Kamura where it takes place, characterized by its style inspired by Ancient Japan.

The new location stands out for its mountains and the verticality of the scenarios, which is why for the first time in the Monster Hunter saga a hook has been included, called “Cablebicho”, which allows us to climb and traverse the high-speed scenarios. Of course, the grappling hook can also be used in combat, adding a new layer of complexity to combat.


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Another novelty in Monster Hunter Rise for Nintendo Switch is the Canyne, canine-like creatures whose appearance we can customize.

They will accompany us and lend us their services, acting as mounts and helping us in combat. The Palicos, the familiar felines of the Monster Hunter saga, will still be around and play a supporting role in combat.

Of course, there are also powerful new creatures to hunt down. The most notable is the Magnamalo, the monster that stars on the cover of Monster Hunter Rise.

But there are many more, such as the changeling Aknosom or the amphibian Tetranadon, in addition to many of the usual creatures of the saga.

Analysis of Monster Hunter Rise for Nintendo Switch


  • Developer: CD Projekt RED
  • Release: October 15, 2019
  • Genre: RPG

The Witcher III Complete Edition contains the original game and the two story DLCs that we were already able to play in previous versions: Hearts of Stone and Blood and Wine. In its original release, it became one of the titles that defined what the current -at that time, young- generation of consoles was capable of.

This is a role-playing game with real-time combat that takes place in an open world (the world of sword and sorcery imagined by the writer, also Polish, Andrzej Sapkowski).

It is an adult and dark setting, which interprets elements of Central European folklore with a cynical and unmistakable approach.

And in fact, this third installment marks the end of the adventures of the sorcerer Geralt of Rivia. This time Geralt faces the Wild Hunt, a group of spectral riders who are after his adopted daughter, Ciri.

And in this battle, in which the destiny of the world is decided, he must make use of all his skills: combat and diplomacy, seduction and sorcery, sarcasm… the White Wolf is one of the characters that is best portrayed in any videogame.

If you have read the books, we don’t need to tell you more, otherwise, the more time you spend with Geralt sitting on Sardinilla’s rump , the more it will conquer you.

Analysis of The Witcher 3 Complete Edition


  • Developer: Retro Studios
  • Release: May 4, 2018
  • Genre: Platformer

We meet the Kong family, who live peacefully on a tropical island. Donkey, Diddy, Dixie, Cranky and especially Funky Kong (who has a special role in this version) are attacked by some Vikings -animals such as walruses or penguins- who freeze some scenarios… and cry out for us to send them away. back home.

Based on the premise that Rare established with the Super Nintendo Donkey Kong Country, we immerse ourselves in a horizontal development that combines jumps with “special” mechanics such as races on a cart or on the back of the Rambi rhinoceros, underwater levels and barrel launching.

There is no scenario in which we do not find ourselves with four or five of these different developments: vines, crumbling platforms, ice blocks, wind… so that the game forces us to always be on our toes .

Donkey Kong Country Tropical Freeze Review


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  • Developer: Motion Twin
  • Released: August 17, 2018
  • Genre: Action

From the story of Dead Cells, little I know you can count. We are a headless corpse who died in a dank, cold room in a castle.

One fine day, a viscous green mass goes down the sewers, takes over our body and… we have life! We don’t care much, we are alive, after all, and the rest of the characters we meet don’t seem to be too surprised either. So, it’s time to get down to business.

Dead Cells is a tremendously difficult game. The enemies, at first, are not too tough and we can easily learn their patterns. Dash to dodge, three taps to the sword, and dead.

It’s not bad, but as soon as we start to go through new areas of the place, we find enemies that are really tough, that don’t stay stopped when we hit them and that chase us relentlessly.

And yes, in a couple of taps we will die, which forces us to start the game again. And it is that Dead Cells is a roguelike game, like Rogue Lecacy or The Binding of Isaac, for example.

When we die, we start over (with some changes) and have to try again to beat the game with only one life. If we fall, we start over, and so on as many times as necessary.

Analysis of Dead Cells


  • Developer: Moon Studios
  • Release: September 17, 2020
  • Genre : Platforms (Metroidvania)

After the surprise release of Ori and the Blind Forest for Nintendo Switch (it was initially an Xbox exclusive game), Moon Studios surprised again by also releasing its masterful sequel, Ori and the Will of the Wisps, on the hybrid console.

Because the first Ori is a wonderful game, but its sequel manages to improve everything (playability, story, visuals, soundtrack…) raising it to the top.

A sensitive and tremendously emotional experience, very challenging, with great playable depth and an amazing technical section that they have managed to transfer to Nintendo Switch in an exemplary way. Ori and the Will of the Wisps and without a doubt one of the best Nintendo Switch games.

Analysis of Ori and the Will of the Wisps for Nintendo Switch


  • Developer: PlatinumGames
  • Release: 16 February 2018
  • Genre: Action (Hack n’ Slash)

Originally released for Wii U, Bayonetta 2 is one of the best exponents of the “hack’n slash” genre.

Much bigger and more spectacular than its predecessor, but retaining a fast and deep combat system, and an irresistible protagonist.

The fact that it was not too popular on Wii U gives added value to this version of Nintendo Switch. Also the first Bayonetta, available digitally on the eShop, continues to hold its own more than 10 years after its release…

Bayonetta 2 Review


  • Developer: Matt Makes Games
  • Release: January 25, 2018
  • Genre: Platforms

By now, it is quite likely that you have heard, if only in passing, of the new game from Matt Makes Games (creators of Towerfall Ascension, among others).

And it is that despite being an indie game released without making too much noise, the magnificent ratings issued by both specialized critics and the public made Celeste in the first big surprise of 2018 and in one of the best platform games of recent years.

Celeste Analysis



  • Developer: Nintendo
  • Release: April 28, 2017
  • Genre: Driving

Mario Kart 8 is the latest installment to date of one of the sagas of driving par excellence from Nintendo, Mario Kart.

Such was the success achieved by it on Wii U, that the Big N decided to make an edition that included the best of the game for Nintendo Switch: Mario Kart 8 Deluxe.

With In it, we can not only enjoy all the content of the original game, but also new features such as three new racers and game modes, with all this becoming the most complete Mario Kart in the history of the franchise. Use a bullet Bill and run to try it!

Mario Kart 8 Deluxe review


  • Developer: Ubisoft
  • Release: August 29, 2017
  • Genre: Strategy

Mario + Rabbids Kingdom Battle is a title that mixes the universe created by the Nintendo plumber with that of Ubisoft’s cute rabbits, the Rabbids, to offer a tactical action game in which our mission is, of course, to restore order to the Mushroom Kingdom.

Challenging and fun combat, great graphics thanks to the use of the Snowdrop engine, a captivating soundtrack and the great sense of humor of the Rabbids make it one of the best Nintendo Switch games.

Mario + Rabbids Kingdom Battle Review


  • Developer: Square Enix
  • Release: July 13, 2018
  • Genre: RPG

Octopath Traveler is a great role-playing game, and one that Nintendo Switch owners can be proud of, but it leaves you feeling like it could have been so much more… That it really could have been the new Final Fantasy VI.

If you are fans of the JRPG in its most traditional aspect and have spent unforgettable evenings sitting in front of a tube television with a Super Nintendo controller in your hands, dreaming of the stories of a group of adventurers, you will discover that in the brightest parts of Octopath Traveler hides the glory of times past.

Octopath Traveler review for Nintendo Switch


  • Developer: Game Freak
  • Release: November 15, 2019
  • Genre : RPG

Pokémon Sword and Pokémon Shield are the first installments of the main branch to come to Nintendo Switch ( Following the release of Let’s Go, Pikachu! and Let’s Go: Eevee!), and they are also the first to be released for a home console (although we already know that Switch has a “trick”).

These new games invite us to discover a new region, known as Galar, where the new Gen 8 Pokémon live.

Our goal, as usual, is become the Region Champions, passing the tests of the gyms and the Pokémon league.

Among the main novelties of Pokémon Sword and Shield are the Wild Area, a large open area in which the Pokémon roam freely waiting for us to catch them, or the Dynamax phenomenon, a new feature that can be used during gym battles so that our Pokémon increase in size and power.

Analysis of Pokémon Sword and Shield for Nintendo Switch


  • Developer: Nintendo
  • Lanzamiento: 21 de julio de 2017
  • Género: Shooter

Splatoon fue uno de los juegos m ás vendidos para Wii U y no es de extrañar, pues es un shooter atípico que nos propone matar pintando de una manera que, no solo es divertida, sino que engancha hasta límites insospechados.

Por ello, Nintendo ha intentado repetir el éxito del anterior lanzando una secuela, Splatoon 2, que ha resultado ser igual de divertida y retadora gracias a la réplica y mejora realizada de la esencia de su predecesor.

Análisis de Splatoon 2


  • Desarrollador: Nintendo
  • Lanzamiento: 27 de octubre de 2017
  • Género: Plataformas

La primera aventura de Mario en Nintendo Switch, Super Mario Odyssey, se ha convertido en uno de los juegos mejor valorados, no solo de Nintendo Switch, sino de los últimos años, obteniendo unas notas impresionantes que destacan la calidad de la nueva aventura del personaje más icónico de la industria de los videojuegos.

Super Mario Odyssey es una obra maestra que renueva el género de las plataformas, sin perder ni un ápice de su identidad. Sabe aprovecharse de la nostalgia en el momento justo y ser completamente innovador cuando hace falta.

Análisis de Super Mario Odyssey


  • Desarrollador: Next Level Games
  • Lanzamiento: 31 de octubre de 2018

Género: Aventura

Tras muchos años esperando, Luigi’s Mansion 3 llegó para aterrorizar nuestras vidas a finales de 2019… ¡Y menos mal que lo hizo! La última aventura de Luigi, hermano de un fontanero, nos lleva hasta un hotel encantado para hacer frente a unos espíritus con ganas de juerga.

Para ayudarnos, contamos con el siempre útil succionaentes G0M-1L, así como la ayuda de Gomiluigi, una copia exacta hecha de ectoplasma que sirve para resolver muchos de los numerosos puzles que encontramos repartidos por las 15 plantas del hotel… ¡y como personaje que puede controlar un segundo jugador!

Luigi’s Mansion 3 es también una de las mayores demostraciones técnicas que se pueden encontrar en el catálogo de Nintendo Switch, con un apartado gráfico sublime que por momentos resulta difícil de creer (mención especial a la animaciones de Luigi, tanto por su calidad como por su variedad). Vamos, que se ha ganado su puesto entre los mejores juegos de Nintendo Switch a pulso.

Análisis de Luigi’s Mansion 3 para Nintendo Switch


  • Desarrollador: Nintendo
  • Lanzamiento: 7 de diciembre de 2018
  • Género: Lucha

Super Smash Bros. Ultimate es la nueva entrada en la serie de juegos de Masahiro Sakurai que deja bien claro que no se trata de una versión 4.5 de la entrega de Wii U.

Los cambios realizados tanto en los luchadores como en los escenarios, los nuevos modos de juego, así como todo el contenido que ha sido incluido, confirman que se trata de una nueva entrega en toda regla, con la que pueden disfrutar tanto los jugadores veteranos como quienes jueguen por primera vez a Super Smash Bros.

Análisis de Super Smash Bros Ultimate


  • Desarrollador: Nintendo EAD
  • Lanzamiento: 12 de febrero de 2021
  • Género: Plataformas

Tras convertirse en uno de los mejores juegos de Wii U en 2013, Super Mario 3D World llegó a Nintendo Switch con todo su encanto gatuno intacto y numerosas mejoras añadidas.

Mario, Luigi, Toad y Peach se embarcan en una trepidante aventura para salvar el Reino de las hadas y rescatar a la princesa hada de las garras del malvado Bowser.

Cada uno de los protagonistas cuenta con habilidades propias y se puede jugar tanto en solitario como en cooperativo hasta 4 jugadores, incluyendo un modo online para esta nueva versión. Además, también se incluye un modo competitivo perfecto para “picarse” y descubrir quién consigue más puntos en cada nivel.

Por si no fuera suficiente, la versión de Super Mario 3D World para Nintendo Switch incluye Bowser’s Fury, una expansión que acerca el estilo de juego al de las entregas 3D tradicionales y presenta numerosas novedades, como un enfoque estilo mundo abierto.

¿Será una prueba de cara al próximo gran Mario? En cualquier caso, no cabe duda de que estamos ante uno de los mejores juegos de Nintendo Switch.

Análisis de Super Mario 3D World + Bowser’s Fury para Nintendo Switch


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  • Desarrollador: Nintendo
  • Lanzamiento: 3 de marzo de 2017
  • Género: Aventura

La última aventura de Link hasta la fecha, The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild, ha hecho que quememos, casi literalmente, nuestras consolas.

No solo por la cantidad de horas que proporciona el juego, incontables a decir verdad, sino por las ganas incesantes de querer recorrer cada centímetro de Hyrule.

Y es que Breath of the Wild transmite las mismas sensaciones que el Zelda original como el no saber qué hacer o adónde ir en un mundo de dimensiones abrumadoras, pero con tantas novedades, un diseño artístico impecable y unas físicas envidiables que lo convierten en un título único.

Análisis de Zelda Breath of the Wild


  • Desarrollador: Monolith Soft
  • Lanzamiento: 1 de diciembre 2017
  • Género: JRPG

Xenoblade Chronicles 2 es un J-RPG enorme, con un sistema de combate profundo y un genial universo que gira en torno a los pilotos y sus blades.

Un juego interminable, técnicamente muy sólido, cuyo principal defecto es que se encuentra “encorsetado” por algunas estructuras propias del género, de modo que puede echar para atrás a jugadores casuales.

A pesar de ello, se ha convertido, por mérito propio, en uno de los mejores juegos del catálogo de la Switch.

Análisis de Xenoblade Chronicles 2


  • Desarrollador: Supergiant Games
  • Lanzamiento: 29 de marzo de 2019
  • Género: Roguelite

Con cada nuevo juego, en Supergiant Games han logrado superarse a sí mismos… pese a que cada uno se puede clasificar dentro de géneros muy diferentes (desde la acción isométrica hasta la novela visual).

Y Hades es la culminación de toda esa experiencia, un roguelite que mezcla y refina todo las mecánicas que el estudio ha perfeccionado durante todos estos años para dar como resultado la auténtica ambrosía: audiovisualmente perfecto, jugablemente delicioso y con una historia (y una narrativa) tan ingeniosa como adictiva. ¿Otra partida más?

Análisis de Hades para Nintendo Switch


  • Desarrollador: Intelligent Systems
  • Lanzamiento: 27 de julio de 2019
  • Género: Rol táctico

La saga de estrategia por turnos de Intelligent Systems regresó por todo lo alto con Fire Emblem: Three Houses, nueva entrega que nos lleva hasta el continente de Fódlan para descubrir la historia de tres grandes naciones como profesores de una escuela.

Esta es sólo una de las muchas novedades que incluye Three Houses pero podéis estar tranquilos porque toda la estrategia y las batallas a gran escala por las que es conocida la saga Fire Emblem están presentes, y funcionan mejor que nunca.

Análisis de Fire Emblem: Three Houses


  • Desarrollador: Nintendo
  • Lanzamiento: 20 de septiembre de 2019
  • Género: Aventura

The Legend of Zelda Link’s Awakening, una de las entregas más especiales de la veterana saga de Nintendo, ha llegado a Switch en forma de remake, renovando aspectos como el apartado gráfico o la banda sonora, pero manteniendo otros inalterados, como su onírica historia o el magnífico diseño de mazmorras.

En definitiva, uno de los mejores juegos de Game Boy es también uno de los mejores juegos de Nintendo switch.

Análisis de The Legend of Zelda: Link’s Awakening


  • Desarrollador: PlatinumGames
  • Lanzamiento: 30 de agosto de 2019
  • Género: Acción

PlatinumGames no decepciona con Astral Chain.

Entre sus muchos responsables, hay tres figuras clave: Masakazu Katsura, mangaka creador de WINGMAN, Video Girl Ai y ZETMAN, que se encarga del diseño de personajes: Hideki Kamiya, padre de Resident Evil 2, Devil May Cry, Bayonetta, Okami, Viewtiful Joe y The Wonderful 101, supervisa el proyecto; y Takahisa Taura, diseñador de NieR: Automata, se encarga de la dirección.

Nos regalan una magnífica experiencia que mezcla la mejor acción, a través de un espectacular y novedosos sistema de combate “dual”, con investigaciones y una historia apasionante. Un imprescindible, vaya.

Análisis de Astral Chain


  • Desarrollador: Square Enix
  • Lanzamiento: 27 de septiembre de 2019
  • Género: JRPG

Se hizo de rogar respecto al resto de versiones, pero la espera mereció la pena: Dragon Quest XI S es la versión para Nintendo Switch del magnífico JRPG de Square Enix, con infinidad de cambios, mejoras y añadidos, aumentando aún más el contenido y la ya de por sí longeva duración del título.

Pero sin duda lo que más llama la atención es la posibilidad de alternar entre el estilo gráfico 3D y el 2D, reminiscente de las primeras entregas de la saga.

Análisis de Dragon Quest XI S


  • Desarrollador: Nintendo
  • Lanzamiento: 28 de junio de 2019
  • Género: Plataformas

Más completo, variado y divertido que el original, Super Mario Maker 2 ofrece infinitas horas gracias a las nuevas posibilidades del creador de niveles.

Y si lo nuestro no es construir, también tenemos un completísimo modo historia… O la posibilidad de afrontar los niveles creados por otros usuarios (buena suerte con eso).

Análisis de Super Mario Maker 2


  • Desarrollador: Team Cherry
  • Lanzamiento: 12 de junio de 2018
  • Género: Metroidvania

Hollow Knight fue la sensación indie de 2018 (2017, en realidad), conquistando a todos los que pusieron sus patas sobre él.

Esta aventura desarrollada por el pequeño equipo australiano Team Cherry es uno de los mejores ‘metroidvania’ de los últimos años (puede que incluso el mejor).

Gracias a un diseño magnífico, unos controles muy precisos, una historia apasionante y una banda sonora inolvidable. De los mejores juegos de Nintendo Switch, sin ninguna duda., como puedes comprobar en el

Análisis de Hollow Knight


  • Desarrollador: Game Freak
  • Lanzamiento: 28 de enero de 2022
  • Género: RPG

Tras más de 20 años siguiendo la misma fórmula, Game Freak se atreve a romper los esquemas de su saga estrella con Leyendas Pokémon: Arceus para Nintendo Switch, ofreciendo una jugabilidad que gira, más que nunca, en torno a la captura de monstruos de bolsillos pero con novedades y cambios por doquier.

La historia nos lleva al pasado, hasta la región de Hisui… que no es otra que Sinnoh, la región donde se desarrollan Pokémon Diamante Brillante y Perla Reluciente. Aquí descubrimos que en el pasado, humanos y Pokémon no mantenían la misma relación de cordialidad que hemos conocido hasta ahora.

De ahí que la jugabilidad nos obligue a  ser muy cuidadosos, pues muchas criaturas no dudarán en abalanzarse contra nosotros. Por suerte, podemos ocultarnos en la hierba, usar bombas de humo y otros objetos para lograr atrapar a todos los Pokémon de Hisui.

Y, por supuesto, el entrenamiento y los combates Pokémon siguen muy presentes, pero Leyendas Pokémon: Arceus dice adiós al habitual recorrido por gimnasios que culmina en la Liga Pokémon, llevan a enfrentarnos a una serie de Pokémon Señoriales que han sido víctima de un misterioso arrebato de furia.

Si queréis saber más, no dudéis en echarle un ojo a nuestro análisis de Leyendas Pokémon: Arceus.

¡Y esto es todo, amigos y amigas! Hasta aquí hemos llegado con los mejores juegos de Nintendo Switch actualizado hasta principios de 2022, lista que, os recordamos, iremos actualizando constantemente. Os invitamos a que comentéis qué os ha parecido nuestra selección de juegazos disponibles en la consola de Nintendo.