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Top 5 most anticipated Nintendo Switch gamesNintendo's newest console is only as good as its games. Here are the ones we're most looking forward to.
These are the top five most anticipated Nintendo switch games. People are excited for Nintendo's latest console. But what good is a console without games? So I asked cnet's resident video game expert Jeff Backalar for his help, and guess what? He said yes. At number five, ARMS. Every game console needs a good fighting game. Arms looks like it should be a lot of fun and ripe for smack talk. In Arms, you throw punches at each other using spring loaded boxing gloves. The motion controls make it look like an easy game to pick up Since you'll essentially be shadow boxing to play it. At number four Mario Kart 8 deluxe. April 28th is when this game arrives. Mario Kart 8 brings some new playable characters like Dry Bones along with new battle mode courses. Plus it comes with all of the DLC available for the Wii U version. The big down side of this game It's not a true sequel so, if you play Mario Kart 8, Deluxe might not be much of an upgrade. And number three is Splatoon 2. Now here is a real sequel. Splatoon 2 will let you aim your ink using the [INAUDIBLE] motion control function. If you've never heard of Splatoon, think of it as a war game, but way more kid friendly. Splatoon 2 won't be out if the switches launch, but there will be a playable demo available. available in late March. And number two, Super Mario Odyssey. Every Nintendo system needs a new Mario adventure. This one take Mario outside of the mushroom kingdom to places like New Dock City where Mario can trespass to anywhere he'd like. Super Mario Odyssey won't be out until the fourth quarter of 2017. And the number one most anticipated game for the Switch is the Legend of Zelda Breath of the Wild. This game was supposed to be a WiiU exclusive in the year 2015. The first murmurs of this game go back to 2013, so people have been waiting for this game for years. Well it's here along with the Nintendo Switch on March Thanks to Jeff Don't Call Me Jazzy Backaloffer's help. More info on the Nintendo Switch, check out CNET.com. I'm Iyaz [UNKNOWN] and I'll see you online. [BLANK_AUDIO]