It’s a fantastic game that plays like a more traditional Zelda, but with some added difficulty and a wonderful art style. As a prequel to the story of the original Legend of Zelda, Breath of the Wild is a great introduction to the open-world adventuring genre. You can play as a bear, a cat or a dragon, and the choice is yours. But the story’s the main selling point here. If you’ve never visited an open world before, you owe it to yourself to dive in now. What it is: A companion app to the Nintendo Switch’s main operating system, making it easier to take on the Pokemon Go craze. What you should play: Where there’s a game you like, there are games you’ll love, so you should jump into whatever game you like now. The only restriction is that you have to be a member of the same network, so you can’t access the internet. You can still track all your stats and keep up with a global leaderboard, but you won’t be able to join any battles. There are a few features to keep you on your toes, like being able to save your progress at any point, so you can keep track of your progress no matter what you do. When it comes to games, there are few games that can match up to the Nintendo Switch. It’s not as top of the table as the likes of Nintendo’s own Breath of the Wild, but it still ranks highly, and the variety of different titles is impressive. There are… no shortage of choices here. Why it’s perfect: For people who want to play games while waiting for the Switch, this is it. The wait is over. You can play it right now. Score: 9/10 Platforms: PC, PS4, Xbox One Release date: Summer 2018 If you’re into something that makes you smile, and are ready to move on from your flat, you can’t go wrong with this. The Joy-Con is an incredible controller, and you might just get your mumps at playing with the Joy-Con attached. You’re not going to be able to change the color palette on the fly, but there are so many different themes and builds to choose from, you’re sure to find something to suit your tastes. And if you’re a big fan of Pokemon, there’s even more to keep you around, including a Pikachu-centric collection. What it is: A Switch companion app, that you’ll need to download and set up for a confirmed connection. What you should play: If you want to make a friend with your Switch, this is the one to choose from. It’s a fun way to keep track of your buddy’s progress, even if they have the same console. As long as they have an active NFC-enabled phone, the companion app will work, and will let you know you’re up and active. The only issue is that you’ll need to have both a network and a phone on at the same time, so you’ll need to keep track and swap information, which can be a hassle. When it comes to games, there are a ton of great ones to choose from. We’re not going to recommend every one, but if you’re a fan of any of the featured titles, you should find something that catches your eye. In our review, we praised the variety of games on offer, and the diversity of genres and genres within Switch, so we’re here to steer you in the right direction.