Super Mario 3D All-Stars
And yet the sheer quality of Super Mario 64, Super Mario Sunshine, and Super Mario Galaxy really shines through. Except for a couple of control niggles, they all look and play great on Switch.
This beautiful isometric action RPG packs in glorious visuals, stellar writing, crunchy combat, and engrossing character progression. It instantly joins Dead Cells and Enter The Gungeon at the top of the roguelite action game tree.
Ori and the Will of the Wisps
We got much more than that. Ori and the Will of the Wisps is a technical masterpiece, running at 60fps and with its graphical splendour undimmed. It’s also an absolutely brilliant 2.5D platformer.
This is a racer that’s all about exaggerated power-slides, bright blue skies, and a glorious sense of speed. Throw in some deliberately angular Virtua Racing-like graphics and a rock solid 60fps frame rate, and we’re in ’90s arcade heaven.
The Last Campfire
Packed full of ideas, and with a surprising amount of mechanical variety, The Last Campfire is an absolute treat. It might have been made for iOS, but there’s something decidedly Switch-like about its bright chunky goodness.
Rather than assault rifles and grenades, your toolset here consists of magical flame attacks and icy sniper shots. Yes, you’re still basically bounding around an open map avoiding campers and avoiding the encroaching storm. But there’s something a little different about Spellbreak.