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Nintendo Switch Games

Nintendo Switch Games

Nintendo Switch has been worked on for several years now and with many modifications, the guys are proud to announce the final version of the console. This device can be found on the official site for $299.99 and comes with GameCards that can be inserted into the top of the tablet console. It can be connected to a TV for more suitable gameplay or played through its screen where hand-held style games will be played. Let’s not forget the option where you can detach the joysticks and play solo or multiplayer games while playing the device from the tablet screen available.

Let’s take a look at some of the games that connect to the console and were launched on March 3rd, the same day as the console was launched.

  • Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild – One of the games that are playable on every console and platform is the Legend of Zelda. It has been one of the most beloved video game franchises in the gaming community, and it is the 1st game that was released for the Nintendo Switch console. Of course, this is not the game that everyone remembers of if you have played it. Nintendo only took the platform, and reshaped the game to fit the console, and adding a more realistic and modern gameplay, it most certainly received an amazing rating by the players that already tried it.
  • Splatoon 2 – The game will feature a traditional 4 on 4 battles with a new totally new look. Splatoon 2 will have new weapons, new stages and fashion, and will be played on a Nintendo Switch Pro Controller which can be bought separately, but there is also an option to use the regular Joy-Con controller, although the game experience may be a bit poor.
  • The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim – This game is confirmed to be launched as a remastered version adjusted for Nintendo Switch by the end of 2017 and as the game is already popular on all the other platforms, it received a very positive feedback from the Nintendo Switch users.
  • ARMS – This boxing/shooting game is already out on the market from 16the of June and it has an interesting controlling mechanism. With the extendable arms of the Nintendo switch, you are able to control the left and right arm of your character separately, giving the player a maximum control and real-life experience when playing this game.
  • Ultra Street Fighter II – The Final Challenge – The well-known game Street Fighter comes to the Switch in a so-called Ultra form. The gameplay is the same, while the graphics received an HD update. It is already one of the most played games on Nintendo Switch as it came out on 26th of May.
  • FIFA – It is confirmed that Electronic Arts and Nintendo managed to meet halfway and make a project together as FIFA is returning to the Nintendo platform. This will probably be the new edition of FIFA, which is the FIFA 18, and it’s a few months away from being complete, but this gives satisfaction to all the FIFA lovers and accesses a new field of players that will have the desire to test the new Nintendo Switch device.

 

 

 

10 Best Video Game Controllers

10 Best Video Game Controllers

If you are a video game lover, you know that life is a lot easier with the right video game controller in your hands. There are some standard video game controllers adopted by many platforms and used for almost all games, but on the other hand, there are hundreds of games that require their own controllers to enhance and embrace the maximum out of the game. Here is a list of top 10 video controller games that, according to us, are the most interesting.

Hit-Box – If you play a game where you need to press several buttons at once and make multiple button combos, Hit-Box makes it look easy. With 11 small and one large button, accessibility has never been easier

NES Zapper – The second controller to come out of the NES bundle pack. This is one amazing gun that is still one of the most used video game controllers. It’s notable to say that it’s the weapon of choice for Captain N, the Game Master.

DDR Mat – There is absolutely no doubt that the Dance Dance Revolution was a hit back in the 90s and the 00s. This is one of the games that required their own controller, and that’s the DDR Mat. This is a controller that is placed on the ground and works in a way that you need to step on the buttons.

NES Power Pad – Another addition to the game that couldn’t be played without their own controller. The NES Power Pad could be only used for few games such as Super Mario Bros, Duck Hunt and Track and Field. It has 12 buttons aligned in a 3×4 order that were pressed with the feet.

Guitar Hero Controller – As the game says, this controller is used only for the Guitar Hero game. It has the shape of a guitar with five buttons – same as the number of reels in the game. It can be used for other games as well, but due to its guitar shape, it is very inconvenient. On the other hand, it offers a great deal of satisfaction when used to play Guitar Hero.

PlayStation Move Wand – This is one of the most recent motion controller types, with a bubble on top of the stick that senses motion, with additional 6 buttons which are standard for the PlayStation Controller.

DS Touch Screen – A Handheld controller with a touch screen in the middle where you need to use a pen to draw on it. This is arguably a controller, but due to the functions that it can do, and are the same as other controllers, we decided to put it on this list.

Xbox One – One of the most used and well-known controllers is the Xbox One controller. With two analog buttons, one pointer button and 7 normal buttons, it simply adjusts to the grip of the hand, offering maximum enjoyment.

PS4 – The all-time competitor to Xbox – the PlayStation controller. A bit different position of the 2 analogs, 4 pointers and 7 buttons with an additional big button in the middle of the screen, they hold the never-ending battle among the video game controllers.

Keyboard & Mouse – Definitely the most used controllers worldwide. There is no need to explain them, as they speak for themselves.

How do you like our list? Would you add/remove anything from it?