Nintendo Switch Game – And don’t forget to watch the games

And don’t forget to watch the games posted earlier this year and give them the love they deserve! As we approach the year 2020, we’re also asking you to vote for Nintendo’s game of the decade so you can add your personal stamp of approval to the games. We’ll be compiling all your ratings into a fluid and malleable list that will be influenced by user feedback, even live. In other words, it reflects the accumulated ratings of Nintendo Life readers, and if something is published between Christmas and the end of the year, it can always be published. Here at Nintendo Life, in addition to our selection of staff that will be published online in due course, we leave it to you, our readers, to rate your favourite games and determine our Top 50 Switch games for 2019. Yes, this is the time of year to look back and determine your personal top 3, 5 and 10, because the game of the year 2019 is at the heart of it all. It’s been a good year with games for me, these five are my favorite Switch games of the year. It’s not a game for 2019 per se, but I really like A Hat In Time for Nintendo Switch. The last twelve months have been great for switch owners, and we’ve played more games than we had time for, so it’s going to be very hard to find some of them. You can use the tool below to search for your favourites, or you can go directly to our game database and search our library of Switch games for 2019. Dragon Quest XI S: Echoes of an Evasive Age – Ultimate Edition and Fire Emblem: Three Houses are by far my favourite releases this year. I haven’t played Astral Chain much yet, but now that I have some free time, I can’t wait to keep playing this game. Can we show Yoshi some love here? Crafted World is such a beautiful and charming game that it has gone up the charts and yet it certainly deserves a place in the top 50. Waiting for Animal Crossing was my favorite game in 2019, so feel free to rate the gems you’ve played this year. Devil May Cry 3 was not released this year. A special applause for DQXI, which I played this year, but on PS4.