Since launch, the Nintendo Switch has grown significantly, gaining more battery life, an online subscription and two extra models.
The Nintendo Switch OLED sports a gorgeous screen, an improved kickstand and lots of storage space. It’s an easy recommendation for first-time Switch buyers — but not for current Switch owners.
Pokémon Unite is a simplified version of the MOBA genre. It condenses systems found in League of Legends into fun short bursts, but lacks the staying power of more established games.
The Poké Ball Plus is a fun companion device that lets you get the most out of your Pokémon games on both Switch and mobile.
The PowerA Enhanced Wireless Controller for Nintendo Switch is a great third-party alternative, but lack of rumble could be a dealbreaker for some.
PowerA's stylish line of Switch controllers feel great, and they're a fraction of the price of Nintendo's Pro Controller.
Nintendo Labo is a fun, masterfully inventive building kit that shows just how much the Switch is capable of.
The Analogue Super Nt is a celebration of the Super Nintendo, though a high price tag and some missing features make it more of a niche product.
Super Mario Odyssey is a joyous celebration and will go down in history as part of the best of the Mario canon, but its controls and camera need more polish.
The SNES Classic Edition features a stellar game library at a great price, though it's bogged down by some hardware issues.
The New Nintendo 2DS XL is the best version of Nintendo's handheld yet, even if it feels a bit dated.
Even compared to its legendary predecessors, The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild is one of the finest games Nintendo has ever made.
The New Nintendo 3DS XL is the best version of Nintendo's handheld yet, but not everyone will want to upgrade.
Despite the system's limitations, Super Smash Bros. for 3DS successfully brings the frenzied fighting series to a portable platform.