With the holidays right around the corner, we know why you’re here. The focus is all on Death Stranding and The Outer Worlds, but you want something retro-feeling. You want to play something that takes you back to the times when you were a kid and actually wanted to play games and not pay for extra characters and levels.
Well, here we are- A hearty list of gaming goodness that consists of newer games to play on your Switch that feel all old and musty, but in a good way.
NBA Playgrounds 2: For the Sports fan, look no further than the sequel to Saber Interactive’s cult hit. With more unlockable characters and upgrades to the visuals and gameplay, it’s the NBA Jam-clone you’ve been dying for.
Power Rangers: Battle for the Grid: This game got panned by critics, but they don’t get it. At its core, Power Rangers: BFG is an original Tekken-Esque fighter meant to be enjoyed with friends, that are always fans of the show. If you fall into those categories and appreciate combo-heavy fighters, you’ll appreciate it.
Venture Kid: There are a ton of Mega Man clones out there, but Venture Kid does so many things right it’s impossible to run away from it.
New Super Lucky’s Tale: Playing like Mario 64 with a cool, original character, this is one of the coolest newest experiences on the system, even if it feels like a wonderful flashback and not something you’ve ever experienced before.
Horizon Shift ’81: If this feels game feels like an Atari 2600 game, it’s because it plays like some of the best ever created.