As we approach the halfway point of 2021, there are many Switch games expected in the coming months, with many first-party releases from Nintendo powered by a handful of third-party ports and new titles. . Add in all the incoming announcements associated with E3 and the second half of the year is shaping up to be delicious for Switch fans.
If you’re on the lookout for your next big adventure or sunset, you’re in luck; We select some basic pre-ordered fodder for the months of June and July below. You’ll also find plenty of other releases below those picks – often physical versions of previously Switch eShop -only digital games – along with accessories and other goodies that fight for your hard -earned money. money this summer (or winter, depending on where in the world you live).
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Ninja Gaiden: The Master Collection combines the trilogy of 3D hack-and-slash games from Team Ninja into one deadly little Switch package. You’ll get torrents of stylish ultraviolence in the shoes of the famous ninja, Ryu Hayabusa and relive some of 360 / PS3’s greatest action games on one console you can fit in your pocket.
If you have large pockets, that is. However, it’s more comfortable to have a Switch than a launch that wedged the PS3 about your man, isn’t it?
Announced in February 2021 Nintendo Direct, this is the long -awaited return to the lanes for the best Mushroom Kingdom. Mario Golf: Super Rush is set to feature RPG elements along the celebratory lines Mario Golf in Game Boy Color, along with a whole new round of the game in the titular Super Rush mode, with many players racing on the course taking Nintendo to ‘speed golf’.
Tony Hawk’s Pro Skater 1 + 2 will take you twenty years at a time if your knees are in better shape and you have a dream of pulling a 720 °. That’s unless you’re a young whipernapper, where you’ll have the chance to catch up on the first two episodes of one of the most influential sports series ever.
Monster Hunter Rise isn’t the only new entry in the Capcom series coming to Switch in 2021. No, portable spin-off Monster Hunter Stories is also getting a sequel to Switch.
Adopting the same art style seen on the original 3DS, Monster Hunter Stories 2 features a strong narrative focus, and can retain the simple RPG mechanics that the sub-series is known for. The protagonist, Monster Rider, befriends the monsters from the series rather than killing them to make a tail feather cover, so it will offer a different flavor of the Monster Hunter-y monster in conjunction with more traditional Switch entries.
The Legend of Zelda: Skyward Sword HD brings the incoming Wii entry to the series back with a high definition paint licking, with newly integrated stick-based swordplay as an optional replacement to the original gyro controls .
While the slow start of this game, being shared with the world and requiring motion controls (not to mention the constant barrage of Fi tips and advice) isn’t everyone’s cup, we have very warm memories of our time in the ten year old game and we can’t wait to see how this version of Switch compares.
More Awesome Nintendo Switch Games
Aside from the games highlighted above, there are many other Retail Switch games that you might like in June and beyond.
Awesome Accessories For Your Move
And finally here’s a selection of the best Switch accessories coming in June and beyond, for your consideration.
So it’s only for June and July – have we missed anything? Let us know in a comment and also tell us if you have pre-ordered any of these goodies!
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