Its seems almost every month of this year Nintendo is releasing a major first-party game, my wallet has never hurt so bad. This is worst then 2017. Next up on the list is Mario Strikers: Battle League, the long awaited sequel to the iconic Gamecube classic. Then comes Monster Hunter Rise: Sunbreak. After that, the Final Fantasy legend's latest and greatest Xenoblade Chronicles 3, this dude just cant miss when creating banger after banger. Does a studio even make a more beautiful world? No wonder this team has been helping out on Zelda's open world. And Splatoon 3 right after that. Cant wait for some amazing team battles with my fellow mates. O, you thought that was it, BOOM, Fire Emblem Warriors: Three Hopes! Fourth hope coming soon?
Its thanks to big hits like these that Switch, going into its 6th year as a 2015 tablet posing as a gaming console is set to sell more hardware units then the almighty PS5. " It's interesting, though, that as Nintendo fans we often go through the line-up for the year and get a bit sweaty if there's an empty month, or wonder if an undated game like Bayonetta 3 will fill out October, for example. Yet elsewhere in the gaming hardware market the picture is a little different. PlayStation 5 and Xbox Series X|S are having relatively quiet years, and with a number of low-key months to come. "
Gamers have been buying Nintendo Switch Sports like crazy, it looks to be yet another 10mil+ added to the family. And Kirby and the Forgotten Land is among the favorites to win GOTY. It seems Nintendo just cant be stopped. And we havnt even got to the June Nintendo Direct that everyone is waiting for to help fill-out the rest of the year. And i cant wait for the delayed Advance Wars™ 1+2: Re-Boot Camp that was delayed this year due to Russia invading Ukraine ( Viva la Ukraine! ).
Did i miss any exclusives for the year, im sure theyre a ton more i forgot. What all has you excited to play on your Switch for 2022? What do you think will get announced in the upcoming Nintendo Direct for June?