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Whether you jumped aboard the Switch train early on, or you're just getting started with the Switch Lite, there are so many incredible games to play. And while a whole lot to love, these are the games we're the most excited about playing.

'Animal Crossing: New Horizons'

This re-imagining of the core "Animal Crossing" formula is extremely exciting. Explore a brand new island, and shape it to fit your own utopian vision.

'Pokémon Mystery Dungeon: Rescue Team DX'

Need a little more "Pokémon" in your life? This remake of the classic Nintendo DS spin-off will tide you over until the "Pokémon Sword And Shield" expansions hit later this year.

'Tokyo Mirage Sessions #FE Encore'

Originally, a game relegated to the Wii U, "Tokyo Mirage Sessions" has been given a new life on the Nintendo Switch. This mash-up of the "Shin Megami Tensei" and "Fire Emblem" games is filled to the brim with JPRG goodness.

'Kentucky Route Zero: TV Edition'

After a decade in development, Switch owners can now play the entirety of this deeply moving magical realism adventure game.

'The Legend of Zelda: Link's Awakening'

The single best game from the Game Boy has been remade entirely for the Switch, and it's incredible. Not only does it hit all of the nostalgia high notes, but it's legitimately one of the weirdest games in the series. This is a must-have for any Switch owner.

'Fire Emblem: Three Houses'

This latest installment in Intelligent Systems' tactics series might be the high water mark for the genre. Not only are the battles themselves entertaining, but you'll care deeply about who lives or dies in each one. Add in the new expansion, and there's even more to love.

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Grant Brunner is the Commerce Lead at Digg. Based in Delaware, he spends his time writing, playing games and enjoying nature whenever possible.

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