RE: Nintendos best console. I know in the end its all subjective but having owned every Nintendo home console at the time of release I very much believe the Switch is going to end up being Nintendos best console. If we just look at Nintendos own games the Switch clearly has the best ever version of Mario Kart, Super Smash Bros., Splatoon, and Mario Tennis.
Although theres more room for argument I also think Super Mario Odyssey is the best Mario game and Breath Of The Wild is one of the best Zelda games. Now thats just over two years into the consoles life, there will be loads more games to come including the first ever home console Pokémon this year. My favourite SNES game was Super Mario World 2: Yoshis Island, which was one of the very last major releases for the console so who knows what other surprises the Switch will have yet before its end.
Past Nintendos own games the Switch has the best line-up of indie games of any Nintendo console. For me indie gaming is now just as important as Nintendos own, showing a wealth of creativity and innovation that rivals even Nintendo itself. You can argue that the majority of indie games are available on other formats but its still the best ever selection on a Nintendo console, with the Switch clearly being the preferred format for indie developers. Plus, there are some top-class console exclusives including Into The Breach and my personal favourite Golf Story.
The SNES seems to be the leading alternative for Nintendos best console but lets look at what that console didnt have. No back catalogue available (Super Mario All-Stars being the exception) but on Switch you can now play most of the big NES and SNES titles with more yet to be added. No portability – not something that I use daily myself but still a massive boon for Switch. No photos/video – it may seem small but taking photos of Zelda, Mario, and Smash Bros. has been such an added joy on Switch and something an ordinary gamer could never do on SNES. Then theres the big one: no online.
Everyone already seems to take online play for granted but back in the days of the SNES it was beyond comprehension. Playing against not just one but 11Read More – Source