A baker's dozen of your new faves.
Release date: February 13
Launched in 2018 for phone, it gained universal acclaim for the wordless narrative, beautiful score, and compelling mini-games.
Mega Man Zero / ZX Legacy Collection
Release date: February 25
The Switch is the optimal way to experience these top-tier side-scrollers.
Pokémon Mystery Dungeon
Release date: March 6
This adorable, watercolor-tinted remake of a beloved 3DS Pokémon spinoff gets a spiffy new look.
Animal Crossing: New Horizons
Release date: March 20
New Horizons is shaping up to be the best sleepy-time game of the year.
A relished memory for a certain set of fans, it's an easy primer for the upcoming DOOM Eternal, which comes out later in the year.
Release date: April 24
Worth a look for anyone who wants a compelling and flashy RPG experience in the first half of 2020.
Streets of Rage 4
Release date: "First half" of 2020
Streets of Rage 4 just might solidify Switch's place as the best console for arcade-inspired gaming.
Release date: TBD 2020
It's out for PC and consoles in March, but consider waiting for the Switch edition so you can rock out to the heavy metal on your commute.
No More Heroes 3
Nearly a decade after the last one, Travis ditches the lightsaber for something akin to an Iron Man mech.
LEGO Star Wars:
No matter your stance on the Star Wars prequels and sequels we can all agree the LEGO games made them 100 percent better.
The latest game by the creators of Octopath Traveler revisits the classic "heroes band together to save the world" formula.
Gods and Monsters
Release date: Fall 2020
While we wait for Breath of the Wild 2, Ubisoft has made its own take on Zelda with a cel-shaded, myth-inspired world.
Release date: Late 2020
Anyone who has enjoyed the Castlevania and Metroid games will surely adore this one.