As we approach the end of the summer, it’s a good time to reflect on some of the new games that have been released since we started our summer of 2015.
We’re at a critical point in the Switch’s life cycle and it’s great to see a variety of titles released for the console in different ways.
There’s the familiar lineup of games like Fortnite, Mario Kart 8 Deluxe, and Splatoon, plus some more obscure titles such as Kirby: Planet Robobot, Mario Maker and Pokemon Sun and Moon.
But we also have the games that are more than just novelty.
It’s also a great time to look at some of our favorite Switch games, which are now available on other platforms.
Here’s a look at the games we’re most excited to play this summer.
First up, Fortnites return.
This is a game that has been on our list for a long time, but we’ve finally got our hands on a version that is compatible with the Switch.
The main difference from the Xbox One version is that you can actually play the game on the Nintendo Switch itself.
That means you’ll be able to switch between your home console and the Switch and play Fortnits in the comfort of your own home.
It also means that you won’t need to spend $20 to get a copy.
That’s because Nintendo has bundled the game with the console for the price of $19.99.
That includes everything you need to play, including the two-pack of the Fortnitions DLC pack, which includes Fortnitris, a new Fortnition pack, and more.
The second is a little more difficult to describe.
Mario Kart 7 Deluxe, the sequel to the 2015 game, is available on the Switch for $39.99 on the official Switch website.
That bundle also includes a copy of the game.
You’ll also need to pay $30 to play the sequel.
You can’t get Mario Kart 9 Deluxe for $59.99, either, but you can buy a copy on the Xbox Store.
So you can see the difference between the Nintendo console and Switch.
Both consoles offer the same gameplay experience, but they offer slightly different experiences with their respective hardware.
This year’s Switch console is a better choice if you want to play games that aren’t for Switch.
We also have two other Switch games that make the list.
We love Super Mario Odyssey, a platforming adventure that has you navigating a Mario-infused world and battling enemies with a range of different moves.
You also get a Nintendo Switch exclusive, Super Mario Maker, which is a creative platformer where you can create your own courses.
You can also play The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild, a game in which Link is tasked with rescuing Princess Zelda.
You start off with the default Link outfit, but once you beat the game, you can switch into the outfit you’ve unlocked in your save file.
You get the same controls and visuals that you get on the console, but the game is slightly easier to navigate.
This list also includes some games that don’t fit on any of the main consoles.
One of the games on this list, For Honor, is coming to the Switch, but there are other games on the list that aren`t available on any Nintendo console.
You might not be able at this point to play them, but when the game comes out in 2018, we’ll update this article with details about that release.
The final one on this year’s list is the first-person shooter shooter Titanfall.
Titanfall is coming on the PlayStation 4 and Xbox One this year.
We’re hoping that the Switch version will be the most complete version available.
It’s an excellent title, and the first Titanfall for Switch comes in the form of Titanfall: Ultimate Edition.
This edition is essentially the Xbox version with all the DLC, including a new character and a new multiplayer map.
You unlock this DLC for $29.99 when you purchase Titanfall Ultimate Edition, which has the DLC for Titanfall, as well as the first six maps.
You do not need to have purchased Titanfall on Xbox One or PlayStation 4 to get this content.
Titanfall: Universal Edition includes the new game mode and the multiplayer maps.
It also includes Titanfall and Titanfall Classic, which have all the content from Titanfall Remastered.
Tomb Raider: Definitive Edition is a PC port of the Xbox and PlayStation versions of the original Tomb Raider, which was released in 2014.
The game supports 1080p, 60 frames per second and uses DirectX 12.
The Definitive Edition adds all of the DLC content from the PC port and also includes the PC version of the title, including new missions and the new “tentacle” mode.
It comes with a full version of DirectX 12 and the Tomb Raider logo.