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2023 is a year full of games, to no one's real surprise, but which ones are the most exciting? Which ones have us saving up our Nintendo eShop Gold Points? And which one is a Zelda sequel that has us foaming at the mouth? The answers may (not) surprise you.
Below we've rounded up 30 of the biggest Switch games we're looking forward to. They run the gamut from AAA first-party offerings to promising-looking indies. Nintendo's habit of not announcing games until a couple of months prior to release means there may be even more surprises to come before the year closes out, and we'll no doubt be adding to (and subtracting from) this list as the year goes by.
A 22-minute timeloop game that we've had our eye on for quite some time on other consoles, Outer Wilds was finally announced as coming to Switch in late 2021... although it obviously missed that window.
Not to be confused with The Outer Worlds, which is already available on Switch, Outer Wilds was one of the games we hoped to see get a Switch port at the start of 2021 so we're thrilled we'll soon be able to play it on-the-go. It didn't happen in 2022, though, so suuuuurely 2023 is the year at last?
A story-driven action-adventure game based on J.R.R. Tolkien's epic fantasy novels, The Lord of the Rings: Gollum looks to be channelling Andy Serkis' performance from the Lord of the Rings movies, and then some. Originally scheduled for January 2021, the game was delayed until 2022 before getting a solid 1st September date on other platforms... which turned out to be not-so-solid.
Mojang is planning another Minecraft spin-off, this time in the form of an action-strategy called Minecraft Legends, set in the same blocky world with all its well-known biomes and threats. When it comes to Switch on 18th April, you'll be fighting against the Piglins, using the power of the various mobs in the game to defeat the evil oinkers.
Fortunately, WayForward has advanced to the front line with this remake combining the first two Game Boy entries, although it seems we might have to wait a while longer to play this one. Advance Wars 1+2: Re-Boot Camp was originally scheduled for Switch on 3rd December 2021 before getting delayed until 8th April 2022. However, due to "recent world events", Nintendo took the decision to delay the game again. Still, if anyone's good at waiting, it's Advance Wars fans. It's not scheduled for deployment on 21st April 2023.
There were desperate hopes that The Legend of Zelda: Tears of the Kingdom might sneak out in 2021, but it wasn't to be. However, the E3 2021 trailer for the game confirmed a 2022 release window. Yes, we knew that was a big ol' window, but we got a year!
Fae Farm promises the depth of Stardew Valley and the charm of Fantasy Life in its gorgeous co-op farming sim, which is aiming for a Q2 2023 release. It's incredibly pretty, and even though this list has a fair few farmy games on it already, we think Fae Farm looks like it'll bring something new and magical to the genre.
Persona 4 Golden and Kirby are my only hyped games for 2023.. Kinda sad, considering both are basically ports lol.I'll hold off on getting too hyped for Tears of the Kingdom, as BotW was extremely underwhelming for me. Unless they actually confirm dungeons and dungeon items I will most likely not even get the game at all.
I also want to play a few indies this year. I'm very stuck in my rut, where I stick to first-party releases as well as third-party releases from bigger Japanese publishers. A bunch of really cool looking independent games released on Switch last year, and I didn't get any of them. Time to address this.
@Ralizah I just wished there was DS content, maybe not the campaign, but maybe allow us dual COs and give us the characters/units from that game or something to use during multiplayer or custom maps or whatever. lol
Fire Emblem Engage looks really bland so far but I hope that's just a case of bad marketing and the game will actually turn out great. TotK should almost certainly turn out great unless Aonuma has finally gone mad with power. Metroid Prime 4 would be a dream but I'd take a Trilogy port if it takes another year, thank you very much.Persona 3 and 4 should get physical releases if 5 was successful. I don't care to download them.
Let's see, so I am 100% getting Fire Emblem, Kirby, and Zelda. Persona 4 is a maybe; I received Persona 5 as a Christmas gift so if I like it, maybe I'll check the other ones out! I've only been getting just a few games each year the past while, so this very well might be all I bother picking up unless there's some bonkers announcement like a new Wario Land or something.
@Ralizah It's really disappointing that a stupid proxy war that does not concern Japan in the slightest has resulted in a cartoonish war game being indefinitely delayed (or maybe even canceled). Definitely the worst thing Nintendo has done all year.
Pikmin 4 and Kirby I'm really looking forward to seeing! And of course, I won't lie, Goldeneye 007, even if it is just a Switch Online release. Reminds me of Xmas 1998 when I queued for 90 minutes with my two brothers to purchase an N64 with Goldeneye and three other games. Epic times!
Next year is going to be great gaming wise with all these already announced games and we mostly know just about the start of the year!Plus, I still have many games that came out this year to play, too.
@Mauzuri thats the same mentality for TotK i have, if its open world and has no traditional dungeons it may be the first zelda game since Age of Calamity ill skip. Or better yet, the first mainline entry ill skip
I'm really looking forward to the new Ys games. Ys VIII would be in my all time top ten. I found Ys IX to be a little... dour... but I have a good feeling about X. And, now that we finally have Bubble Bobble, I am hoping that Hamster will bring us Rainbow Islands and The New Zealand Story.
Prediction: By the time the "world events" are over, the Switch is at the end of its life cycle and it would not be profitable to release Advance Wars. Instead, 25-30 years from now they release a "Switch Classic" that finally has the game on it.
Lot of Nintendo Switch games coming. Best console ever made in the world. The Nintendo Switch. Number one. Everything is great about this hybrid console. I have never seen this kind of a console ever.
The Xbox Series X and Series S have full backward compatibility with Xbox One games as well as several Xbox 360 and original Xbox games that were supported on the Xbox One, excluding those that used Kinect. Most Xbox One games that also have an Xbox Series X/S version will automatically download the Xbox Series X/S version for the system via Microsoft's "Smart Delivery" program, without an additional purchase. This list excludes backward compatible games.
i appreciate you including screenshots. my next step with this list was to try and get at least one screenshot of every game i possibly could and then publish it on medium or something for accessibility and longevity, etc. but i got distracted and thought it was good enough as-is. i still wanna do that, though.
battle wheels on the lynx, an incredibly impressive vehicular combat game. makes you wonder if a decent port of wolfenstein 3d might have been possible on the hardware, which would have been an incredible coup for a handheld in 199x
Exophobia is a retro-inspired first person shooter with fast-paced combat. You wake up to find yourself alone in a spaceship infested with hostile alien soldiers. Explore your surroundings while you uncover piece by piece the backstory and destiny of its human inhabitants. Shoot, dash, stun your enemies and more, in your path to survive!KILLFPS action where fast reflexes and clever positioning are key. Learn enemy behavior and use all your movement options and your surroundings to eliminate diverse groups of alien armies as fast as possible or before they kill you.EXPLOREDiscover a labyrinthine spaceship with multiple floors and uncover the past events that led to this high-stakes moment. Get lost in hostile environments while doing your best to survive. Progress through the game by saving your progress at specialized checkpoint rooms.UPGRADEIf you find a specialized room, you can improve your weapon with new abilities. These drastically change your combat tactics and can be used to open up new areas in the spaceship to explore.DIERuthless difficulty with diverse combat situations with different enemy types and attack patterns, including menacing bosses. When you die, you respawn in the last visited checkpoint in the spaceship.
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