The Nintendo Switch is increasingly popular right now, but Nintendo’s collection of amazing exclusives in the 2010s still stretches across platforms. You might have overlooked a lot
Nintendo’s had a turbulent ten years ago by the beloved game and console maker and never quite cease to convert the hugely success of its Wii console to its successor, the Wii U. Meanwhile, its 3DS handheld has become a slow-burning hitmaker although the release of the hybrid Nintendo Switch in 2017 is the one that restore the company reputation to its rightful place in the cultural landscape.
Its systems have been through a lot since 2010, but what remains consistent is the sheer quality of Nintendo’s exclusive games, not just Mario and Zelda but including many others. Through time the company has rolled out brand new IPs and revived long-time popular ones too. In this post, you may find the very finest of Nintendo games over the decade.
Legend of Zelda series – Breath of the Wild for Switch
Breath of the Wild is one of the greatest games of Nintendo. Nintendo never rush into things, which help the company earns a lot of flak such as the stubborn refusal to launch Mother 3 in the West, its soft approach to online multiplayer support, or relaunched its old classics on Switch and many other meaningful number. As for Breath of the Wild, it is the proof that its careful approach can actually pay off. Thanks to years in the making. Zelda game is a combination of all of the best hits of the conventions of open-world adventure game genre and being developed even greater than all of them.
The most remarkable is how empowering the game is: instead of setting obstacles to prevent Link along, as it used to be in the series, Nintendo give players the tools to do whatever they pleased from the beginning – including fight the final boss