What are the best Switch exclusives? That's exactly the question you need answering when an annoying internet troll claims that "Switch has no games lolz". Despite the fact that it already has hundreds of awesome titles, the only thing that will likely shush them up permanently is a list of games you can't play anywhere else.
So we've listed all of the Switch exclusives so far, taken the Nintendo Life review and your user scores into account, and run it all through our special computer (which is called Nigel, in case you were wondering) to narrow it down to the 14 best.
And no, unlike other sites that cheat, we're not including games that you can play on other systems. So no Wii U ports, PC games, or remakes on this list. This is a list of games you can only play on Nintendo Switch.
1-2-Switch is more of a collection of minigames designed to show off the unique capabilities of the Joy-Con than a serious game, but it does provide some multiplayer fun. It probably won't remain on this list for very long if a WarioWare ever makes it to Switch, though.
Ultra Street Fighter II: The Final Challengers is an updated version of Street Fighter II Turbo that introduces new high definition artwork into the mix. There are also new mechanics like grapple breaks, adjustments like combo timing, and the introduction of Evil Ryu and Violent Ken as brand new playable characters. Street Fighter 30th Anniversary Collection is far superior, but it's not a Switch exclusive.
Kirby Star Allies is the latest entry in the Kirby franchise and allows up to four players to work together to beat up a bunch of enemies Super Smash Bros. style. The big feature of this is the ability to combine different attacks and abilities to numerous different effect, like adding elements to weapons or turning them into different attacks entirely.
Mario Tennis Aces is the latest entry in the sports franchise that marks a glorious return of the single-player campaign. This time around it's more of an adventure though, with minigames and boss battles splitting up the matches. There's also plenty of room for multiplayer – both local and online – and you can even play with the Joy-Con's gyroscope just like in the Wii Sports days.
Snipperclips was the Nintendo Switch's indie darling launch title, and It basically sums up exactly what the Switch is all about: co-op, creativity, and a dash of competition. You have to work alongside a friend or two to cut shapes out of each other to solve a variety of tricky puzzles.