Nintendo has the courage to follow their beliefs; They set trends instead of following them. And although this strength is an integral part of who they are, this has led to almost as many setbacks as successes. There is a Virtual Boy for every Super Nintendo. Each Wii has a Wii U.
Nintendo players largely tolerate these inconsistencies. The company has built up an unprecedented amount of goodwill; Mario, Link, Samus and Donkey Kong are icons, and the children who grew up with the original NES system now breed their own families. Nintendo is mainstream and their latest console, the Nintendo Switch, is built for mainstream needs. It's another in a long line of corporate games that is paying off handsomely.
The switch is a hybrid console. Separated from its dock, it is a handheld that can be played on the go. Connected to the dock, it is a home console for the living room. Consumers no longer have to choose between one or the other or buy similar games for both. The Switch is a one-stop-shop for both types of players ̵
The numbers speak for themselves: The Nintendo Switch sold nearly 20 million units in June 2018. Success is likely to continue. Here are 10 upcoming Nintendo Switch games to watch out for over the next three months. Some are first-party titles, with the usual Nintendo polish; some are third-party titles with a scrappy appeal or portals of top games from other consoles. One of them is a small-time indie title that could ultimately steal the show from the felons.