Summer is here and my boys have definitely earned some fun screen time with video games! After all, they consider themselves GAMERS. Do you have gamers in your household? Nintendo Switch is our favorite video game console. We’ve been graciously gifted some Nintendo Switch games for kids to review! And I’ll be sharing more game reviews here, too!
But since I’m not the active gamer here, I’m having Caiden review the games. Scroll down.
Nintendo Switch Games for Kids
Synopsis: Bowser is up to his old tricks again and only Mario and his friends can save the day! Use power-ups like the Super Bell, which grants catlike abilities like climbing and scratching, to overcome Bowser and his minions. Up to 4 players. Rated E for Everyone.
Bowser’s Fury is a new video game where you have to save a cat based world from evil black goo that made Bowser into a giganta- monster. You need to use cat shines to defeat him in order to save cat world.
I love this game because, unlike other Mario games, you get to choose where you go. Its not levels like when you have to go somewhere. You can choose what island you want to go to. In each island there is a certain level. My favorite part is when you get the right enough amount of cat shines – you can awaken the giga-bell! The giga-bell turns you into a gigantic Cat Mario where you can battle the boss Giga-Bowser.
Hope you have fun playing this awesome game, and good luck on your journey!
Synopsis: Begin your adventure as a Pokémon Trainer by choosing one of three new partner Pokémon: Grookey, Scorbunny, or Sobble. Then embark on a journey in the new Galar region, where you’ll challenge the troublemakers of Team Yell, while unraveling the mystery behind the Legendary Pokémon Zacian and Zamazenta! Explore the Wild Area, a vast expanse of land where the player can freely control the camera. Team up with three other players locally or online in the new multiplayer co-op Max Raid Battles* in which players will face off against gigantic and super-strong Pokémon known as Dynamax Pokémon.
One player. Rated E for Everyone.
In Pokemon Sword, there’s many things you can do, like: become champion or catch every Pokemon in the game. Whatever goal you want, go for it! In this game your main goal is to become the champion by defeating Leon, the strongest Pokemon trainer in the world.
I like this game because you have a lot of freedom. You can go anywhere in your town and explore you surroundings. I also like that you can get side quests to level up your character. And my favorite part is that unlike other Pokemon games , when battling the boss, you don’t have to start over.
Miitopia is a RPG game where you can cast your friends, family or anyone else you want as townsfolk, enemies or your teammates. You can grow your teammate’s friendship by giving them outings with other teammates, the more two Miis grow their friendship the more they fight better together. Sometimes Miis get jealous of other Miis, and get into fights with that Mii so you need to have a balance of who spends time with who.
What I like about this game is that you don’t have to battle one boss and beat the game. Once you defeat the Dark Lord then you have to defeat the Darker Lord, and once you beat him there are even more hidden lords.
I also like that every time you finish one map you have to make more teammates, because your old ones get stolen. That way I can add more of my friends to my team. And if you are worrying about losing those Miis, don’t worry you have to save them later in the game.