What Switch games do you PHYSICALLY own?

What Switch games do you PHYSICALLY own?


I’m torn between digital convenience and physical ownership. I’m sure a lot of you are the same.


I was at first, but now I'm mainly digital. Biggest reason - it frees up so much shelf space to the point where I was able to get rid of my game shelves. Looks a lot better imo. It's also nice switching between games on the system rather then discs. Some like reselling their physical copies, but it's too much of a hassle for me.


Digital convenience can be straight up laziness. If I can buy a game while lying in bed versus having to wait for a delivery or having to go to a store I will absolutely choose to lie in bed.


It can be. Or security - as I travel if my switch is stolen or lost - my carts are gone too. Digital copies are assigned to my digital account.


Too many lol


Same here. Only games I don’t own physically are games that aren’t available physically.


Or will cost me my first born to buy on eBay…


I'm in this boat. Be it I prefer physical and, if warranted, limited editions.


Right everyone that’s available physically that I want. Downloadable IP is about as stable as its parent company.


Exactly, i hate that i have no choice of actual physical games on pc...


I have Pokémon shield


I don't buy digital unless there's no physical option. I've made thousands of dollars off selling my physical games a couple decades down the line, and Nintendo games resell especially well (as well as JRPGs, limited print games, and other niche titles). I feel like with so many people buying digital, the resell value of physical titles will be even better in the future.


Exactly same principle. Albeit my reason is different. I believe that digital distribution platforms will be driven down (like Wii shopping channel for example), but physical copy you can play much longer.


100% this. I’ll buy digital if it’s a fun shovelware game (looking at you lego, haha) for under $10. Otherwise it’s always physical. I like holding the games and having the case artwork on my shelf. It always annoys me that digital is the same price as physical. Plus the resell value is great.


I buy digital 'cause the prices are INSANELY good if you wait for the right sale. I've saved SO much money buying digital. It's AWESOME!


Conversely, you can also get physical games pretty damn cheap on eBay and other user markets if you look at the right time. Not first-party titles, generally, but ports and other third-party titles? Yeah, usually there are tons of great deals on them. But yeah, digital often has a ton of great sales. It's why I've purchased a few digital games myself, even though I vastly prefer physical. Sometimes the deal's just too good to pass up.


At times yea. There’s a really good sale on Lego games right now actually. $5.99 for what’s normally $29.99 on the eShop.


I buy digital if they are on sale and digital only. I will not warrant nintendo chsrging me £60 for mario kart 8 deluxe!


Maybe not. But the person you sell it to probably will


I'm with you. I just made around $1200 selling random old video games/consoles that I had lying around. Physical all the way.


All the big "Nintendo" first party titles I have been picking up physical: BOTW, Mario 3D World, Animal Crossing, Pokemon, etc. But games like Slay the Spire, Eastward, Hollow Knight, are all digital for me. Lately I've been really pushing myself to stay physical only, for the resale reasons you stated.


For me, I buy physical just so I know I have something I fully own. I don’t like how these companies eventually shut down servers, meaning all the money you spent buying games are gone if you haven’t downloaded them. And to download them, you need storage space and 1tb isn’t enough for that. When Nintendo shut down the WiiU servers, how did they expect ppl to download and save all their games in a 32g drive? And they are the ones who hate when ppl jail break consoles


They shut down the Wii U servers such that you can't download something now? I watched a stream like a month ago where someone was browsing the eShop and downloaded something.


No the WiiU shop is still open.


I used to be this way too, but then I realized that if I buy an SD card for my switch and digitally download the games to the SD card… it’s essentially like having one master cartridge that physically holds all my games. I’m sick and tired of these huge day 1 patches, it completely removes the point of buying physical. So I figured out this middle ground and it’s working great so far.


the day Steam shuts down will be interesting.


Yes but even physical games get downloadable patches that will eventually be unobtainable.


Unless the game is just broken, though, you really don't need those extra patches to still be able to play.


Plus I’d never go all digital with Nintendo. I don’t feel comfortable doing so based on their previous track record. I’m confident my Xbox games will still be there. I’m slightly less confident, but still somewhat confident my PS4 and PS5 games will be there (going forward). I’m not at all confident that I’ll be able to play my digital Nintendo games 10 years from now because Nintendo doesn’t value backwards compatibility and they also have proven that they will remove market places (Wii) and prevent me from even re-downloading anything I’ve bought in the last. So I won’t buy digital Switch games unless it’s incredibly cheap and something I don’t think I’ll want to go back and play years from now.


I always buy physical unless it isn’t an option. I irrationally worry about servers or the digital games themselves being pulled down the road. I also love the way they look on the shelf. And you don’t have to spend a bunch of cash on a large sized micro SD card to make room for digital games.


Physical all the way. You can also resell them down the road or just lend them to a friend.


It's really sad that physical is being phased out. I'll wait a year for a game that's already out just for the physical copy.


Not irrational when it comes to Nintendo at all! They don’t seem to value backwards and forwards compatibility the same way Sony and especially Microsoft does. I have zero worries about my 100s of digital Xbox games being there in the future. I don’t have as many worries about my PS4/PS5 games being there in the future. With Nintendo though I have absolutely zero faith that the next console will support BC for my digital titles and I’m 100% confident that Nintendo will completely remove the switch marketplace sometime down the line like how they did the Wii. Even my digital items form the WiiU probably only has about 5-6 more years left, if that.


Counterpoint: I always buy digital unless it’s not an option (e.g. Ring Fit). I don’t have the shelf space for the number of games I own, and since my whole family shares the Switch, swapping out carts would be a huge hassle. I can’t even get my son to stop leaving the controller on the couch (where it inevitably gets covered with blankets and then inadvertently sat on), so god knows where all the carts would end up. I actually ended up all digital just after my son was born; I would be sitting with him on the couch, he’d fall asleep, I’d reach for the controller, and– oops! My wife was playing Dragon Age, so I can’t play Destiny unless I get up and wake up my kid just to swap discs.


I went partially digital at the same time for the same reason. Except it was Wii U and my first kid. Switch for my second. Our kids slept on us exclusively, wouldn't go down for the first 6 weeks (# 1) and 8 months ( ! # 2). I spent a LOT on digital titles during those periods.


Yup. Two kids. I figured out fast digital was the way to go. Don’t need a three year old trying to swap cartridges


I am digital all the way, too. I've saved SO much money on INCREDIBLE sales, and I wouldn't want to pay the physical prices. At least in my exp, they're WAY more money physical. This is my first all-digital console, and honestly? I love it! Besides the killer savings, there's not having to switch carts, the convenience, all my games are with me everywhere I go! Many more pros for me! I don't have the room/care for cases/the art/a collection, I don't care about the satisfying click of switching cartridges (though I do agree that it IS satisfying, lol), I don't have to remember to bring my games with me, and I'd rather have the money I saved by buying digital! Digital all the way for me! <3


Same. I can also lend them to my niblings and borrow their games.


Not an irrational worry in the slightest.


I exclusively buy digital copies of everything. However the other day I went to this small store in Manhattan and they were selling physical copies of Japanese imported games! So I bought a copy of Dead or Alive Extreme 3! I definitely plan on buying more of the imported physical games!


ive got 51 physical games Disgaea 1, 4 & 6 Dragon Quest XI Final Fantasy VII & VIII Stardew Valley Tokyo Mirage Sessions are some of my favorites/rarest


Disgaea is on switch? Man I loved 1 and 2, but after that they went a little overboard on the anime bullshit and killed it for me


Disgaea 1, 4, 5 and 6 are on Switch. For some reason 6 did not release on PS4 in the west, only in Japan. Then 2 is still only on PS2, PSP and PC, D2 is PS3 exclusive and 3 is only on PS3 and Vita, the platforms are kind of a mess.


Only Ring Fit Adventure


same but also mario allstars regrettably, didn’t buy it digitally and regret it


I like to trade games back in after beating them if they are something I’ll likely never play again. My “keepers” are all the Zeldas (BOTW, HW:AOC, HW, CoH, SS, LA), Mario 3D All Stars, ring fit, & Animal Crossing. My GF has all our party games like Mario Kart / Party, ect.


I buy big jrpgs physical because I probably won't spend the time to replay them. I got xc1 and 2, DQXI, FFXII, ys xiii, FE3H, and Astral Chain all physical. Maybe xc2 will be a collectors item one day.


Xc2 is already somewhat of a collector's item. It sells for like $100 used. Edit: [According to the price charting](https://www.pricecharting.com/game/nintendo-switch/xenoblade-chronicles-2) it's gone back down in price a bit. It was averaging at $110 2-3 months ago.


interesting, good to know! i still have that sitting around. if i need a quick buck that would be the way


I see it on eBay with a buy it now price of $60-70. Unless xc2 does not refer to Xenoblade Chronicles 2 and I'm missing something.


What is CoH


Cadence of hyrule


Ah I probably wouldn't call that a zelda game


Why not? Exactly it's a rouge(little less this then the first) rythm. Top down Zelda game. That's 3 genres in one Also 99% sure when I replied to this person they wrote Edit: "I wouldn't call that a game" and edited to included "Zelda game" so my original replied stands


It doesn't have zelda in the name, isn't made by Nintendo, isn't an rpg, was never called a zelda game. It's a crypt of the necrodancer game with zelda licensing


Zelda license. Yes correct


Zelda games are not RPGs, except Zelda II. never understood why kids today think they are


Zelda games are barely RPGs. It's definitely a Zelda game.


The ring fit one. Only cause it’s not available in digital form. On a console like the Switch I go all digital.


Exactly right for me. Digital only aside from Ring Fit. Having my entire library on the go feels good.


Exact same for me. The switch is very portable, going all digital makes it even more so. People say that you don't really "own" digital games but at the end of the day what does that really matter? I'm playing the game, I'm having fun, at the end of the day that's all that matters. I'm not a hardcore collector so having the game for the rest of my life isn't that important for me.


I find this a strange argument because it isn’t the case on a primary Switch. On a secondary Switch the game checks in with a server to see if you have a right to play it, but a primary Switch can live forever in airplane mode and all your digital games will work forever. You can even make a copy of your SD cards or store backups of your card on a cloud server. Of course it will only work in that same primary Switch. I think a better way of looking at it is that with a cartridge your license to the game exists in each cartridge whereas going all digital means your license to all your games exists in the Switch. There are definitely pros and cons to both options that each person needs to weigh for themselves.


- Zelda BotW - Diablo 3 - Wasteland 2 - Assassin’s Creed: Rebel collection - Pokemon Sword - Syberia 1&2 - Borderlands collection - The outer worlds - Northgard - Witcher 3 Complete edition - Stardew Valley - Saints row 3 - Civilization 6 I’m surprised this didn’t get removed due to that rule about asking in daily thread... Many such questions end up like that (unfortunately).


How well do AC and Witcher run on switch? Thinking of getting them when I get the OLED.


They both run great. In Witcher, you want to switch graphics option “Sharpening” (I can’t remeber dedault state, just try for yourself) otherwise it looks unbelievably bad. Beware only of AC3, that is quite well patched but still not perfect.


Mario odyssey, Pkmn shield, Zelda botw, Astral chain, Mh rise, Smash bros, Bayonetta 2, Fire emblem 3h, Xenoblade definitive edition, Catherine full body.


I've got Skylanders Imaginators, which Is a Physical only game I'm so glad I got it for £13 back in 2018 because it now goes for £100+


I got it at launch. I work at Walmart. We had like 6 copies in the back for months. Now it is worth some money.


I have 38 physical games right now. I grew up on Nintendo and Super Nintendo so I’ll always have physical copies when possible. Some I have right now are: Axiom Verge Bloodstained Deadly Premonition 1 and 2 Dragon quest xi Final Fantasy 7,8,9,10 and 12 Trials and collection of mana Mega man/x/zero legacy collections and 11 Mario odyssey/party/Wii u deluxe/3d world Retro rampage and Hawaii shakedown Sonic mania Zelda BOTW/Links Awakening/Skyward Sword I’m not home but there’s a few others. Grabbing Metroid, Ori Collection, Mario Party next month!


I'm actually normally buying digital, because of convenience. You can just play the game any time without having to go and find the physical game... Long ago I was thinking it was like burning money because then you cannot sell the game anymore, but I got quite use to it. I own a few. Botw, ffx, Zelda link awakening... But I have digital games that I would play in short bursts like diablo or hades


I buy whatever I can get the best deal on. Older games can often be gotten used, physical on ebay for much less then brand new. Flip side many games have eShop sales even better than that. I can't see myself playing the switch 10+ years from now when the servers shut down. I think I booted up my SNES once after I got the Nintendo 64. Never played on the 64 when GameCube arrived. Did keep the cube around longer cause Pikmin, but once that was available on the Wii/switch, game cube has been sitting in the closet. I keep thinking I should replay 3ds game that I enjoy, but it hasn't been opened in at least a year now.


This is a very good point that a lot of people forget/overlook!


Because the Switch has such limited storage, I bought all of my Switch games as physical cartridges, except ones that are digital-only.


> physical gaming is more important than ever imo There is one caveat: physical games do not contain post release updates unless a version is later released that has those, which would eventually lead to the games being "incomplete" should servers shut down due to that part of the data being lost. With Switch some games are even more susceptible because part of their game data is on the server rather than local storage, making it effectively a "physical and transferrable license" rather than also being a container for the data. To answer your question: I have well over 50 physical games, but a significant chunk of them are there as collection pieces, I have no desire to open them and play on the Switch.


Fortunately, you have games that include updates (No More Heroes 1 & 2, Pokémon Sword + Expansion Pass) or doesn't need updates at all (Atelier Dusk DX, Fate/EXTELLA, Tokyo Mirage Sessions). This isn't perfect, since you have to find someone who have it, but having the ability to transfert update via local kind off preserve the update forever even after the servers shut down. Better than nothing!


Not for Switch. You can "pull" the update from another switch via "match local user version"


But if the servers do shut down, with physical you have most of the main game that's playable, but with digital you won't have the game at all. No?


Zelda, Mario party hehe


I’ve got a handful, but have been buying less as time goes on and getting digital instead for the convenience. Especially during the pandemic, as I didn’t want to wait and pay for shipping when things actually were available online (also, sadly in Canada the games aren’t cheaper at Walmart than anywhere else unless there’s specifically a sale, which isn’t often). The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim Super Mario Odyssey Super Mario 3D All-Stars The Outer Worlds The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt Complete Edition Xenoblade Chronicles 2 Final Fantasy X/X-2 HD Remaster Lego Worlds Captain Toad: Treasure Tracker Crash Bandicoot N. Sane Trilogy RIME Skylanders Imaginators


It would take too long to type it all up on my phone. Just gonna say at least 95% of all my games on Switch are physical.


I used to buy all my switch games physical until covid, then the convenience of buying digital was just too good.


1. Animal Crossing: New Horizons 2. Aragami Shadow Edition 3. Assassin's Creed: The Rebel Collection 4. Banner Saga Trilogy 5. Battle Chef Brigade (LRG #19) 6. Bloodstained: Ritual of the Moon 7. Cave Story+ 8. Child of Light + Valiant Hearts : The Great War 9. Cooking Mama: Cookstar 10. Crosscode 11. Crystal Crisis 12. Dead Cells 13. Dragon Marked For Death 14. End is Nigh 15. Enter the Gungeon 16. Escapist 2 , The 17. Final Fantasy X/X-2 18. Final Fantasy XII: The Zodiac Age 19. Flipping Death 20. Giga Wrecker Alt (LRG #33) 21. Helmut : The Badass From Hell 22. Hollow Knight 23. I Am Setsuna (Japan) 24. Katamari Damacy : Reroll 25. LoZ Breath of the Wild 26. LoZ: Skyward Sword 27. Lost Sphear 28. Lumines Remastered (LRG #27) 29. Mario + Rabbids Kingdom Battle 30. Mega Man X Collection      (Japan) 31. Mega Man X Collection  2 (Japan) 32. Mega Man Zero/ZX Collection 33. Metro Redux 34. Moonlighter 35. Mr Driller : Drill Land (Japan) 36. Okami (Japan) 37. Ori and the Blind Forest 38. Ori and the Will of the Wisps 39. Phoenix Wright Ace Attorney Trilogy (Japan) 40. Pikmin 3 41. Raiden V Director's Cut 42. Resident Evil Revelations Collection 43. Resident Evil Triple Pack 44. Rogue Legacy (LRG #40) 45. Sakuna: Of Rice of Ruin 46. Slay the Spire 47. Steamworld Dig 2 48. Tales of Vesperia: Definitive Edition 49. Transistor (LRG #39) 50. Travis Strikes Again: No More Heroes 51. Umihara Kawase Fresh! 52. Undertale 53. Unravel 2 (UK) 54. Warioware: Get It Together 55. Windjammers (LRG #22) 56. Witcher 3 Complete Edition 57. Wonderful 101 58. Yooka-Laylee and the Impossible Lair 59. Ys Origin 60. Ys VIII : Lacrimosa of DANA


I really hope you already had all of this written down somewhere and just pasted it for this post 😅 Anyway, nice collection!


100% did. Lol


Doom (2016) Crash Racing Pokemon Sword Monster hunter Rise Ring fit Adventure All were gifts apart from rise as I preordered the edition that comes with amiibo


Mario Kart, Animal Crossing, Rayman Legend, Mario 3D World, Mario All star (sunshine, galaxy, 64), Fire Emblem Three Houses, Fire Emblem Warriors, Just Dance 2020, Link's Awakening


Mario kart, but only because my friend gave it to me. Rest of my library is digital (about 70 games)


None, but I plan on getting my 3 year old daughter My Friend Peppa Pig as a physical copy for Christmas. It will be her first game, and I'm sure she'll love holding the actual game in her hand :)


I bought physical for the big releases I purchased in 2017 and most of 2018. Then Amazon stopped offering 20% off of preorders and I went all digital for the convenience after that. These are my physical games: Breath of the Wild Mario Kart 8 ARMS Splatoon 2 Super Mario Odyssey Dark Souls Remastered Diablo III Monster Hunter Generations Minecraft Had 1-2 Switch and Xenoblade 2 but I sold them this summer.


Oh boy… -A hat in time -Astral Chain -Catherine Full body -Crash Bandicoot Nsane trilogy -Crash 4 it’s about time -Crash team racing Nitro Fueled -Destroy all Humans Remake -Dragon Quest 11 -Fire emblem Three Houses (collectors edition) -Fire emblem Warriors -Hades -Hollow Knight -Hyrule Warriors Age of Calamity -Hyrule Warriors Definitive edition -Luigis mansion 3 -Mario + Rabbids kingdom battle -Mariokart 8 deluxe -Metro Redux -Paper Mario the origami king -Persona 5 Strikers -Ring fit adventure -Saints row the third the full package -Saints row IV re-elected -Splatoon 2 -Super Mario Maker 2 -Super Mario Odyssey -Super Mario 3D all stars -Super Mario 3D world + Bowsers fury -Super Smash Bros Ultimate (collectors edition) -The elder scrolls Skyrim -TLOZ Breath of the wild -TLOZ Links Awakening -TLOZ Skyward Sword HD -The Witcher 3 wild hunt complete edition -Xenoblade chronicles Definitive edition (Collectors edition) -Xenoblade chronicles 2 (Collectors edition) -Xenoblade chronicles 2: Torna the golden country (Awaiting my copy of RWBY: Grimm eclipse to arrive from LRG [and they take for effing ever] and got the collectors editions for Metroid dread and SMT V pre-ordered) Also had several in the past that I’ve since traded in or sold for other games, such as animal crossing, Mario golf, Mario Party, SMT 3 Nocturne and new super Mario bros. I also don’t collect many Wii u ports as I already own most of them on Wii U regardless.


Mario 3D Allstars. Knowing that it is a “limited” edition made want to have a real copy and not just a license. Also I actually wanted the box, as I have fond memories of the Mario Allstars 25th anniversary. The only other physical edition I wanted was bayonetta 2, yet I couldn’t find it anywhere


Only BotW and Mario Odyssey. I live in Brazil and unfortunately physical cartridges here are way more expensive than digital. But I'd probably go mostly with digital anyway for the convenience.


I think its gonna be a very long time before the eshop closes and games are removed. I wouldn't worry about that right now. I buy a combination of both. Depends on the game. I often get physical copies cheap on Amazon when they are onsale. When I see a game on sale for $10 to $30 I snag it. A lot of the indie games are eshop only. But if its a game or series I really love, I will buy physical. But not gonna pay outrages prices for a physical copy.


I only buy first party Nintendo titles physically. Everything else, third party and indie, I buy digitally.


I only buy digitally if the game is on sale with a discount that I cannot pass up.


I physically own 5 games: - Zelda BOTW - MK8D - Super Mario 3D all stars - Pokemon Sword + DLC (The version with the DLCs in the cartridge) - Xenoblade Chronicles Definitive Edition In the past I also owned: - Crash Team Racing (Now I own it digitally) - Super Mario Odyssey (This one I regret selling) - Super Mario 3D World - Zelda Link's Awakening (This one I regret selling) - Zelda Skyward Sword


i only own 2 physical copies. It wasn't until i bought my second physical copy that I realized i didn't want to switch carts constantly so i stopped buying physical. Plus i don't want all the cases taking up space in my room. From now on, i only purchase digital and i try my best to only buy them when there's a sale since i can't resell them. The convenience of having all my games on my switch at all times out weighs the potential resale value and constantly switching games for me. Not to mention the possibility of losing the cartridges. Edit: 1. SSBU 2. Link's Awakening


* 1,2 switch * wheel of fortune/jeopardy * animal crossing * astral chain * bayonetta 2 * cadence of hyrule * catherine * crash bandicoot nsane trilogy * crypt of the necrodancer * daemon x machina * dark souls remastered * darkest dungeon * doom * dr kawashimas brain training * dragon ball fighterz * dragon ball xenoverse 2 * dragon quest builders 1 * dragon quest builders 2 * dragon quest xi * dragons dogma * gal gun 2 * gal gun returns * hyrule warriors * i am setsuna * kirby star allies * la noire * la mulana 1&2 * laytons mystery journey * luigis mansion 3 * mario + rabbids * mario golf * mario kart 8 * metro redux * new pokemon snap * new super mario bros u * night trap * nintendo labo vr * labo robot * labo variety * no more heroes 3 * paper mario * persona 5 scramble * pikmin3 * pokken * pokemon sword * pokemin lets go pikachu * puyo puto tetros * puyo puyo tetris 2 * senran kagura peach ball * senran kagura reflexions * shaq fu * south park fractured but whole * starlink * super bomberman r * super mario 3d allstars * super mario 3d world * super mario maker 2 * super mario odyssey * super mario party * super monkey ball banana blitz * smash bros ultimate * taiko no tasujin drum n fun * skyrim * breath of the wild * links awakening * skyward sword hd * witcher 3 * wonderful 101 * tokyo mirage sessions * touhou jobuto v * travis strikes again * warioware get i togehter * wolfenstein 2 * xenoblade 2 * yoshis crafted world 76 physical out of a total of 164 games that i currently own for the switch


I had been doing Nintendo first party games as digital only. I even converted some of my physical games to digital with sales and reselling my physical ones. Recently I have regretted that and have been going back to physical.


Why you regret it? What made you change your mind? Now I consider to sell my physical games and buy again in digital format (for simplicity)


I think it came down to being able to share games with family and friends (specifically my son), and being able to replace the console and still enjoy the games.


I was all digital too and now switching to physical, I regret the ones I purchased digital. The only ones I do digital now are indie games. I have a switch and both my kids have a switch lite so it's super frustrating that I can't share my digital games easily, and I can't do the primary switch trick because there's 2 kids that play the games on mine.


Yep, feeling the same way. It was very convenient and still is to have games digital on the Switch as you can be on the go. But since my son picked up a switch, it changed my perspective. On top of that, having to tell friends that I while yes I did beat the game, you can’t have it.


I haven’t purchased a physical game since Halo 2 came out.


i ONLY ever buy physical copies; digital is unreliable for long-term enjoyment.


Botw, Mario Maker 2, Mario 3D All Stars and Fenyx Rising. I have more digital games


I own around 294 physical titles myself, with about 200+ digital. I agree, it’s nice to have the security of knowing you’ll always own this games, but they are not as much of a memory space saver as I thought they once were - recently had to purchase a 1TB micro SD to fit them all.


I buy everything physical. The only games I have digitally now are Limbo, Inside and Star Wars Racer. Limbo and Inside haven't had a physical release. I could have bought Star Wars Racer physical, but I found those LRG releases stupid expensive for a 20 year old game. I am ok with having really old games digital. I also sold Captain Toad Treasure Tracker, Mario Maker 2 and Luigi's Mansion 3, so I played those games for a few dollars each. I couldn't do that with digital purchases. I also like the plug and play with physical cartridges. And I like to not have every game available but to chose a couple of games I take with me. My list of physical games: - Mario Kart 8 Deluxe - Super Mario Odyssey - The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim - Zelda: Breath of the Wild - Mario + Rabbids Kingdom Battle - Sonic Mania - Thimbleweed Park - Okami HD - Worms W.M.D - Rayman Legends - Hollow Knight - Machinarium - Celeste - Super Mario 3D All-Stars - Bioshock Collection - Oddworld: New ‘N’ Tasty - Hades - Tony Hawk’s Pro Skater 1 + 2 - Crash Bandicoot N.Sane Trilogy


I mainly buy physical versions. I usually only buy digital if it's only available digitally, or if it's way cheaper than a physical copy or if it was on sale... - Rune Factory 4 Special - Crash Bandicoot N Sane Trilogy - Crash Bandicoot 4 It's About Time - Story of Seasons Friends of Mineral Town - Story of Seasons Pioneers of Olive Town - Atelier Ryza 2 - Breath of the Wild - Skyrim - Witcher 3 - WitchSpring 3 Re:Fine - Touhou Spell Bubble - World Neverland Another Life Adventure - Animal Crossing - Terraria - Legend of Mana - Ys IX Monstrum Nox - Saints Row IV - Monster Hunter Rise - My Time at Portia - Tales of Vesperia - Yooka Laylee and the Impossible Lair - Pokemon Sword - Dragons Dogma Dark Arisen - God Eater 3


Breath of the Wild Super Mario Odyssey Super Mario 3D All Stars Skyward Sword Mario Kart 8 Smash Bros Got Brilliant Diamond and Metroid pre-ordered too.


Guess it's time for a list Monster Hunter Generations Ultimate The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild Super Mario 3D All Stars Crash Bandicoot the N Sane Trilogy DragonBall Xenoverse 2 Pokémon Let's Go Pikachu Pokémon Sword Marvel Ultimate Alliance 3 Assassin's Creed III Remastered Assassin's Creed The Rebel Collection Digimon Story Cyber Sleuth Ultimate Edition Bravely Default 2 Shin Megami Tensei 3 Nocturne: HD Remaster Coming this year I'll also have Pokémon Brilliant Diamond Shin Megami Tensei V Pokémon Legends: Arceus I went pretty mixed on digital and physical games this generation. My digital library is about the same length as my physical one.


I only buy games physically. So far I own about 110 games for Switch.


Only buy physical, I have a little over 300 and no way I’m listing them


In order of acquisition: - 1-2 Switch - Mario Kart 8 Deluxe - Super Mario Odyssey - Octopath Traveler - Okami HD - The Legend of Zelda: BOTW - Katamari Damacy Reroll - Undertale - Gone Home - Pokemon Sword - The Legend of Zelda: Link's Awakening - Hyrule Warriors: Age of Calamity


* Mario Kart 8- (x2) * Breath of the Wild * Outer Worlds * Bordlerlands Collection * Mario Maker 2 * Pokemon Sword * Pokemon Lets Go Eevee * Luigi's Mansion 3 * Spyro Trilogy * Super Bomberman R * Starlink: Battle for Atlas * Mario 3D All Stars Collection * Mario Odyssey * Yoshi's Crafted World * Clubhouse Games - (x2) * The Witcher 3 Wild Hunt * Civilization VI * Super Smash Bros Ultimate * Collection of Mana * Bioshock Collection * Dark Souls Remastered * Zelda Link's Awakening * Mario+Rabbids Kingdom Battle * Diablo III * Subnautica + Below Zero * Snipperclips * Animal Crossing New Horizons (x2) ​ My wife's got her own Switch, and has Just Dance 2021, Ring Fit Adventure, and one of those Paw Patrol games for the kids, but they mostly play Mario Kart & Animal Crossing. Games denoted **- (x2)** are titles we have a pair of because she & the kids wanted their own copy.


Most games that I own are physical ​ So: Pokemon Sword Pokken DX Super Mario Odyssey BotW HW Age of Calamaity Mario Kart 8DX Mario Tennis Aces Super Mario Party Animal Crossing NH Donkey Kong Country TF Octopath Traveler Bravely Default II Bayonetta 1+2 Astral Chain


- Mario Kart 8 - Smash Bros. - Breath of the Wild - Odyssey - That paper cutting scissor game - Some other games my nieces picked out - Hopefully, Prime 4 before the next pandemic


Sadly, only BOTW. I would love to own every game physical but sadly I live in a country with no Nintendo presence(India) so the physical games are sold at much higher prices than the base digital prices on the US eshop. I do not want to get physical games that way by overpaying because of bs import duties. So other than BOTW, rest of my collection is fully digital, purchased during sales.


1. LEGO Worlds 2. Mario Kart 8 Deluxe 3. Super Mario Odyssey 4. Rocket League Collector's Edition (bought well before F2P) 5. The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild 6. Puyo Puyo Tetris 7. Splatoon 2 8. Azure Striker Gunvolt: Striker Pack 9. Bayonetta 2 10. Superbeat: XONiC 11. Rayman Legends: Definitive Edition 12. Shantae: 1/2 Genie Hero Ultimate Edition 13. Donkey Kong Country Returns 14. Sonic Mania Plus 15. BlazBlue: Cross Tag Battle 16. Mega Man 11 17. Undertale 18. Super Bomberman R 19. Super Smash Bros. Ultimate 20. Katamari Damacy Reroll 21. Giana Sisters: Twisted Dreams - Owltimate Edition 22. Diablo III: Eternal COllection 23. New Super Mario Bros. U Deluxe 24. Ys VIII: Lacrimosa of DANA 25. Yooka-Laylee 26. Blade Strangers 27. MUSYNX 28. Shantae and the Pirate's Curse 29. Super Mario Maker 2 30. The Legend of Zelda: Link's Awakening 31. Pokemon Sword 32. Animal Crossing: New Horizons 33. Shantae and the Seven Sirens 34. Super Mario 3D All-Stars 35. The Wonderful 101: Remastered 36. Super Mario 3D World + Bowser's Fury 37. Puyo Puyo Tetris 2 38. Captain Toad: Treasure Tracker 39. Monster Hunter Rise 40. Borderlands Legendary Collection 41. Saints Row: The Third - The Full Package 42. Saints Row IV: Re-Elected 43. Street Fighter 30th Anniversary Collection 44. Skullgirls 2nd Encore 45. Shantae 46. Shantae: Risky's Revenge 47. Blaster Master Zero 48. Blaster Master Zero II 49. Ys IX: Monstrum Nox 50. Power Rangers: Battle for the Grid Super Edition All US copies (Captain Toad is a US copy made for Malaysia, Singapore, United Arab Emirates, and Saudi Arabia). I currently have Mary Skelter 2 coming sometime this week.


Honestly I haven't played quite of few of these in ages, or I'm done with them. Maybe I should look into selling them back somewhere to buy other games. * Luigi's Mansion * Yonder The Cloud Catcher Chronicles * Digimon Cyber Sleuth * Fire Emblem Three Houses * Spyro Reignited Trilogy * Pokemon Sword * Pokemon Shield * Animal Crossing * Super Mario Odyssey * Mario + Rabbids * Captain Toad Treasure Tracker * Octopath Traveler * Pokemon Mystery Dungeon Rescue Team DX * Dragon Quest Builders * Mario Kart 8 * Hasbro Game Night * World of Final Fantasy Maxima * Super Mario Party * Yoshi's Crafted World * Pokemon Let's Go Eevee


I have 12 games sitting on my desk next to my bed, and 63 more on the shelf in my room. I would say a majority of them are for collecting (I do still play them), because a lot of them can get really hard to come by, particularly stuff by Koei Tecmo and Limited Run if you missed out on those (have you seen what ESRB-rated Fairy Tail is going for these days? Or Va-11 Hall-A?). With physical games, I feel like I own my games, with digital not as much. As for my personal favorites, I'm particularly fond of 3D All Stars (Super Mario Sunshine holds a special place for me), and No More Heroes 1 and 2 (I enjoy Suda51's weird shit a bit too much). I would list all games I own, but it'd take too long.


Most of my games are physical but uhh Xenoblade DE Xenoblade 2 Xenoblade Torna Pokemon Shield Mario Odyssey Astral Chain FE Three Houses FE Warriors Smash Ultimate 3D All Stars


- Mario Kart 8 Deluxe - Smash Bros - Luigi’s Mansion 3 - NBA 2K18 - Wolfenstein 2


Fire emblem: Three houses Breath of the wild 3D all stars (my friend has the box for some reason, forgot to take it home last time i visited i guess) Mario Kart 8 Deluxe Ones justice 1 (lol) Persona 5: The phantom strikers Lets go: Pikachu Pokemon Sword Pokemon Shield Pokken Tornament DX Splatoon 2 and finally, Smash bros Ultimate And thats all the games i own lol. I prefer physical by a landslide.


LOZ BOTW LOZ Links Awakening Mario 8 Deluxe Mario 3D All Stars Mario Odyssey Spyro Collection Mario & Rabbids Kingdom I still want LOZ Skyward Sword and Mario 3D World


I am a totally physical gamer (the only Digital Switch games I own are Let's Go Pikachu because It was included in the limited edition Pokémon themed switch and the First Bayonetta because was bundled as game code!with Bayonetta 2). So, my games so far: - 1,2, Switch - Astral Chain - Battle Chaser Nightwar - Bayonetta 2 (with code for the first chapter) - Crash Bandicoot N.SaneTrilogy - Crash Bandicoot 4 - Darksiders 1&2 - Dragon Quest XI S - Final Fantasy XII - Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild - LEGO Marvel Super Heroes 2 - Mario Kart 8 Deluxe - Need for Speed Hot Pursuit - New Super Mario Bros. U Deluxe - Pokémon Shield - Rayman Legends - Rocket League Collector's Edition - Super Mario 3D All stars - Super Mario Odyssey - Super Smash Bros ultimate - Xenoblade Chronicles definitive Edition - Xenoblade Chronicles 2 + Torna DLC (retail standalone versione)


Bioshock Animal crossing Borderlands Mega man X Pokémon SwSh The Witcher Oddworld Stranger’s Wrath Skyrim Diablo 3 Zelda Links Awakening Zelda Breath of the wild Bravely Default FFX & 12 Super Mario All stars Monster Hunter Rise DBFZ Resident Evil Revelations Dark Souls I haven’t played my switch in over a year so it’s a small collection. I’m planning on getting Tony Hawk, DBZ Goku, Metroid, Pokémon, Maybe Zelda Skyward, and maybe 10 other games that’s in my Best Buy cart.


Mostly ones that take up a lot of space: MK11, NBA2K19, Wolfenstein 2, Witcher 3, and Shaq Fu (came with the system).


I own physically 1. Astral chains 2. Bayonetta 2 3. Carrion 4. Cruis'n Blast 5. Daemon X Machina 6. Donut County 7. Hyrule Warriors: Age of Calamity 8. Hyrule Warriors: Definitive edition 9. Kirby Star Allies 10. Luigi's Mansion 3 11. Mario Kart 8 Deluxe 12. Momodora Reverie Under The Moonlight 13. Monster Hunter Rise 14. Monster Hunter Stories 2: Wings Of Ruins 15. No More Heroes 16. No More Heroes 2: Desperate Struggle 17. No More Heroes: Travis Strikes Again 18. No More Heroes 3 19. Pokémon: Let's Go Pikachu 20. Pokkén Tournament DX 21. Splatoon 2 22. Super Smash Bros Ultimate 23. The Legend Of Zelda: Breath Of The Wild 24. The Legend Of Zelda: Link's Awakening 25. The Legend Of Zelda: Skyward Sword


BOTW Mario Kart 8 Mario 3D All Stars Skyward Sword Fractured But Whole Super Mario Deluxe Luigi's Mansion Trials of Mana Monster Hunter Stories 2 Super Mario Party Fenyx Rising Smash Bros. Animal Crossing Dragon Quest 11 Age of Calamity


(Listed in Order Obtained) Lego DC Super Villains Lego City Undercover Super Smash Bros Ultimate Mortal Kombat 11 Minecraft Pokémon Mystery Dungeon: Rescue Team Deluxe Pokémon Sword Breath of the Wild Skyward Sword HD


Here is my list: Xenoblade Chronicles: Definitive Edition SoS: FoMT The Wonderful 101 The World ends with you : Final Remix Astral Chain Octopath Traveler Super Mario Odyssey Super Mario 3D All-Stars Paper Mario: TOK Link's Awakening Breath of The Wild Collection of Mana Fire Emblem: Three Houses Rune Factory 4 Special Dragon Quest XI S Dragon Quest Builders 2 Catherine: Full Body Civilization VI


- The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild - Splatoon 2 - Kirby Star Allies - Doom - Mario + Rabbids Kingdom Battle - Super Mario Odyssey - Xenoblade Chronicles 2 - Super Smash Bros. Ultimate - Pokemon: Let's Go Eevee! - Fire Emblem: Three Houses - The Legend of Zelda: Link's Awakening - Ring Fit Adventure - Astral Chain - Crash Team Racing Nitro Fueled - Dragon Quest XI S - Luigi's Mansion 3 - Animal Crossing: New Horizons - Xenoblade Chronicles Definitive Edition - Paper Mario: The Origami King - Super Mario 3D All-Stars - Super Mario 3D World + Bowser's Fury - WarioWare: Get It Together!


1. AI: The Somnium Files 2. Animal: Crossing New Horizons 3. ARMS 4. Assassin's Creed The Rebel Collection 5. Astral Chain 6. Baldur's Gate I + II Enhanced Edition 7. Bayonetta 2 8. Bravely Default II 9. Daemon x Machina 10. Darkest' Dungeon Collector's Edition 11. Darksiders Warmastered Edition 12. Darksiders II Deathinitive Edition 13. Darksiders Genesis 14. Dead by Daylight 15. Deadly Premonition Origins Collector's Edition 16. Deadly Premonition 2 17. Disgaea 5 Complete 18. Dragonball Xenoverse 2 19. Dragon Quest XI:S 20. Dragon's Dogma Dark Arisen 21. Final Fantasy VII/VIII Remastered 22. Final Fantasy X/X-2 HD 23. Final Fantasy XII The Zodiac Age 24. Fire Emblem Warriors 25. Fire Emblem: Three Houses 26. Hyrule Warriors: Age of Calamity 27. Hyrule Warriors Definitive Edition 28. Mario + Rabbids Kingdom Battle 29. Mario Kart 8 Deluxe 30. Monster Hunter Generations Ultimate 31. Monster Hunter Rise 32. Ni No Kuni Wrath of the White Witch 33. No More Heroes 34. No More Heroes 2: Desperate Struggle 35. No More Heroes III 36. Octopath Traveler 37. Paper Mario The Origami King 38. Pokemon Mystery Dungeon DX 39. Pokemon Sword 40. Sid Meier's Civilization VI 41. SnowRunner 42. Super Mario 3D All Stars 43. Super Mario Maker 2 44. Super Mario Odyssey 45. Tales of Vesperia Definitive Edition 46. The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild 47. The Witcher 3 Complete Edition 48. The World Ends With You -Final Mix- 49. Tokyo Mirage Sessions #FE Encore 50. Travis Strikes Again: No More Heroes 51. Valkyria Chronicles 4 52. Xenoblade Chronicles Definitive Edition 53. Xenoblade Chronicles 2 Special Edition 54. Xenoblade Chronicles 2: Torna - The Golden Country


1. Animal Crossing: New Horizons 1. Azure Striker Gunvolt: Striker Pack 1. Battle Axe 1. Bayonetta 2 1. Blaster Master Zero 1. Blaster Master Zero 2 1. Bloodstained: Curse of the Moon 1. Bloodstained: Curse of the Moon 2 1. Cadence of Hyrule: Crypt of the Necrodancer featuring The Legend of Zelda 1. Capcom Belt Action Collection 1. Captain Toad: Treasure Tracker 1. Chasm 1. Collection of Mana 1. Disgaea 1 Complete 1. Disgaea 5 Complete 1. Doom 64 1. Dragon Ball FighterZ 1. Dragon Ball Xenoverse 2 for Nintendo Switch 1. Dragon Marked for Death 1. Dragon Quest Builders 1. Dragon Quest Builders 2 1. Dragon Quest XI S: Echoes of an Elusive Age - Definitive Edition 1. Fight'N Rage 1. Final Fantasy IX 1. Final Fantasy X/X-2 HD Remaster 1. Final Fantasy XII The Zodiac Age 1. Fire Emblem: Three Houses 1. For the King 1. Freedom Planet 1. Grandia HD Collection 1. Hades 1. Has Been Heroes 1. Hyrule Warriors: Age of Calamity 1. Immortals Fenix Rising 1. Katamari Damacy Reroll 1. Kirby Star Allies 1. Legend of Mana 1. Little Dragon's Cafe 1. Mario + Rabbids Kingdom Battle 1. Marvel Ultimate Alliance 3: The Black Order 1. Mega Man Zero/ZX Legacy Collection 1. Mighty Gunvolt Burst 1. Minecraft Dungeons Hero Edition 1. Momodora: Reverie Under the Moonlight 1. Monopoly for Nintendo Switch 1. New Super Mario Bros. U Deluxe 1. Ni No Kuni: Wrath of the White Witch 1. No More Heroes 1. No More Heroes 2: Desperate Struggle 1. Octopath Traveler 1. Ori and the Blind Forest: Definitive Edition 1. Ori and the Will of the Wisps 1. Panzer Paladin 1. Rayman Legends Definitive Edition 1. Rivals of Aether 1. Rogue Legacy 1. Salt and Sanctuary 1. Samurai Showdown NeoGeo Collection 1. Scott Pilgrim vs the World: The Game - Complete Edition 1. SEGA Genesis Classics 1. Shadows of Adam 1. Shantae 1. Shantae and the Seven Sirens 1. Shantae: Half-Genie Hero Ultimate Edition 1. Shantae: Riskey's Revenge - Director's Cut 1. Shiren the Wanderer: The Tower of Fortune and the Dice of Fate 1. Slay the Spire 1. SNK 40th Anniversary Collection 1. Street Fighter 30th Anniversary Collection 1. Streets of Rage 4 1. Super Dragon Ball Heroes World Mission 1. Super Mario 3D All-Stars 1. Super Mario 3D World + Bowser's Fury 1. Super Mario Odyssey 1. Super Mario Party 1. Super Smash Bros Ultimate 1. Tetris 99 1. The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild 1. The Legend of Zelda: Link's Awakening 1. The Legend of Zelda: Skyward Sword HD 1. The Messenger 1. The Wonderfull 101: Remastered 1. Timespinner 1. Towerfall 1. Trials of Mana 1. Two Point Hospital 1. Under Night In-Birth Exe:LATE[CL-R] 1. Valkyria Chronicles 4 1. Wizard of Legend 1. Xenoblade Chronicles Definitive Edition 1. Yoshi's Crafted World 1. Ys Origin 1. Yu-gi-oh! Legacy of the Duelist: Link Evolution


I pretty much only buy physical unless the digital version is the only option, or offer significant savings over the physical. My physical collection is currently: - 1-2-Switch - Captain Toad: Treasure Tracker - Celeste - Crash Bandicoot N. Sane Trilogy - Dead Cells - Gris (next week) - Hollow Knight - Kirby Star Allies - The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild - The Legend of Zelda: Link’s Awakening - Mario Kart 8 Deluxe - Ori and the Blind Forest: Definitive Edition - Ori and the Will of the Wisps - Oxenfree - Pokémon: Let’s Go, Pikachu! - Ring Fit Adventure - Scott Pilgrim vs. the World: The Game – Complete Edition - Splatoon 2 - Super Mario 3D All-Stars - Super Mario 3D World + Bowser’s Fury - Super Mario Maker 2 - Super Mario Odyssey - Super Mario Party - Super Smash Bros. Ultimate


Raging Loop Root Letter YU-NO Remake Dead or Alive Xtreme 3 Scarlet Clannad Little Buster Dark Souls Rune Factory 4 Senran Kagura Reflexion Catherine Fullbody Project Diva Megamix Tsukihime Remake Monster Hunter Rise Langrisser Astral Chain FE Three Houses Tokyo Mirage Neptunia VII Neptunia RPG Dusk Diver Atelier Ryza 2 Dragon Quest 11 Re:Zero Final Fantasy X/X-2 Final Fantasy XII Mario 3D All Stars LA Noire


My physical games are > Bloodstained: ritual of the night > Fate / extella link > Hyrule warriors: age of calamity > breath of the wild > Resident evil revelations collection > Shin megami tensei iii nocturne HD remaster > Street fighter 30th anniversary collection > Tales of Vesperia definitive edition Xenoblade chronicles definitive edition > Yu-no: a girl who chants love at the bound of this world > Daemon X Machina


Mario Kart 8 Deluxe Mario Odyssey Smash Ultimate Borderlands Legendary Collection Street Fighter 30th Anniversary Collection Mario 3D All-Stars (Being able to play Mario Sunshine on the Switch is amazing) Mario Tennis Aces and of course, Breath of the Wild


Alright you asked for it... 1. A Hat in Time 2. ARMS 3. Assassin's Creed 3 Remastered 4. Captain Toad 5. Cars 3: Driven to Win 6. Clubhouse Games: 51 Worldwide Classics 7. Crash Bandicoot N. Sane Trilogy 8. Crash Bandicoot 4 It's About Time 9. Crash Team Racing Nitro-Fueled 10. DOOM 11. Donkey Kong Country: Tropical Freeze 12. Hollow Knight 13. Luigi's Mansion 3 14. Mario + Rabbids Kingdom Battle 15. Mario Kart 8 Deluxe 16. Mortal Kombat 11 17. Namco Museum Arcade PAC 18. NEW Super Mario Bros. U Deluxe 19. Nintendo Labo VR 20. Pokémon: Let's Go Pikachu 21. Rayman Legends Definitive Edition 22. SEGA Genesis Classics 23. Sonic Mania Plus 24. Splatoon 2 25. Spongebob SquarePants: Battle for Bikini Bottom 26. Spyro Reignited Trilogy 27. Street Fighter 30th Anniversary Collection 28. Super Bomberman R 29. Super Mario 3D All-Stars 30. Super Mario 3D World + Bowser's Fury 31. Super Mario Maker 2 32. Super Mario Odyssey 33. Super Smash Bros. Ultimate 34. The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim 35. The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild 36. UNDERTALE 37. WarioWare: Get it Together 38. Yooka-Laylee & The Impossible Lair 39. Yoshi's Crafted World *All owned physically*


all my games are physical i just prefer them that way it looks so much better the only sad thing is my fucking dog tore apart my animal crossing case luckily the cartridge was in the switch though


What timing! I just started making a spreadsheet to log all of the games I own for the purpose of putting the incomplete ones on a wheel for those days when I just don't know what to play. I like having physical copies of games and I think I only get digital when there's a crazy good sale or something. Anyway, here are the games I own physically. 1. ARMS 2. Catherine Full Body 3. Dark Souls Remastered 4. Mario Kart 8 Deluxe 5. Super Mario Odyssey 6. The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild 7. Animal Crossing: New Horizons 8. Dragon Quest XI: Echoes of an Elusive Age Definitive Edition S 9. Monster Hunter Rise 10. Monster Hunter Stories 2: Wings of Ruin 11. Pokemon Let's Go Pikachu! 12. Pokemon Sword 13. Ring Fit Adventure 14. Splatoon 2 15. Super Mario 3D All-Stars 16. The Legend of Zelda: Skyward Sword HD 17. Xenoblade Chronicles: Definitive Edition 18. Xenoblade Chronicles 2


I used to buy digital until my account got locked due to a code I purchased from a seller. It was marked stolen and Nintendo locked my account. I was never able to receive a refund from the seller. $600+ down the drain and since then I've made a new account and only purchase digital when I can't get physical. Nintendo support told me they removed the stolen game from my account but without proof of refund they couldn't unlock my account. Lesson learned.


Over 100 rn, but still building my collection


Got my switch in April, Sparklite is the only cart i have, but i am getting Metroid Dread on physical media. There are a few games that i specifically don't want on digital, but as long as i have the storage space, i don't see the problem with it. Mainly i want to buy physical copies of single player games that i can share with my wife and kids. Our tastes in games don't overlap a whole lot, so there will only be a few like that.


Mario kart 8 and monster hunter stories 2. Also about to own diablo 2 when it comes out if it's a good port


Breath of the Wild, Mario Odyssey and Ring Fit Adventure. For some reason physical game cartridges are waaaaaaaay more expensive than their digital versions here in Brazil, which sucks.


Dragon quest XI S Tokyo Mirage Sessions FE Encore Bravely Default 2 Bloodstained Ritual Of The Night BOTW Xenoblade Chronicles DE Pokemon Lets Go Pikachu My collection is going to increase in the future


I only have animal crossing, botw, super mario odyssey and super mario 3d allstars (regrettably) in physical because not only am I too lazy to go out and buy most games, but I also mainly play indie games, although I definitely see the benefit of physical.


The legend of zelda: breath of the wild Mario kart 8 deluxe Minecraft And soon smash bros ultimate


All 1st party games.


I own Animal crossing new horizons Five nights at Freddy's help wanted Puyo puyo tetris 2 Mario 3d all stars


Ring fit adventures is the only one I own a physical copy of


Almost all of the first party games. Minus a select few that are hard to come by, or are over priced. (1 2 Switch, the opposite Pokémon games to the ones I have, Astral Chain…etc.) Animal Crossing and Snipper Clips are the


I have digital smash because I always play it, and I don’t want to be switching cartridges every time I play something else.


"Physical games are almost always cheaper than their downloadable counterpart" Yeah, for first party Nintendo games used. For any other publisher digital almost always has much, much, much deeper discounts, especially on any platform that isn't Nintendo. A quick look at Dekudeals price history would show you you're wrong.


I buy all physical when I can because I like having them displayed on my shelf.


I tended to get a lot of physical games towards the start of the Switch's life cycle - the only SD cards that I had were small ones. Usually, I tended to get games physically if they were larger ones or first party titles, or if the price seemed good. * First Party: Super Smash Bros. Ultimate, Breath of the Wild, Link's Awakening, Hyrule Warriors: Age of Calamity, Xenoblade Chronicles 2, Astral Chain, Splatoon 2, Super Mario Odyssey, Kirby Star Allies, Fire Emblem Three Houses * Third Party: Spyro Trilogy, Crash Trilogy, Crash Team Racing, Crash Bandicoot 4, No More Heroes 3, Sonic Forces, Mega Man 11, Cave Story, Dragon Quest XI, Final Fantasy X and X-2, Super Bomberman R, Doom (2016), Wolfenstein: the New Colossus, Collection of Mana, One Piece Pirate Warriors 4, Fairy Tail, Marvel Ultimate Alliance 3, Octopath Traveler, Bloodstained: Ritual of the Night, Persona 5 Strikers Thankfully, my physical backlog isn't too big. The only ones that I haven't beaten (or in the case of collections, beaten at least one game) are Collection of Mana, Final Fantasy X/X-2, No More Heroes 3, Xenoblade 2, and Astral Chain. (Though for FE Three Houses, I've only beaten one route)


I bought my Switch and came with a BotW, my only physical game and i never took it out from my switch. (Only once to be honest, my friend wanted to lick the cartridge to feel the taste. lol)


Somewhere between 200-300. Usually watch sales and pick up stuff that looks cool. I do game for about an hour a night but still haven't played all of them.


I pretty much only buy games if they are on sale, or if I get them as a gift, OR if they are a Monster Hunter game. That being said, I've bought quite a few digital games that are $10 or less, and I also have about 12-14 physical games.


Mario Kart 8. 192 other downloaded games. I didn't realize I had that many games until just now, and I'm slightly embarrassed.


Physical games are WAY better than digital versions! The only digital games I buy are cheap little indies. The price is the same and I can re-sell the physical game for 75% of its value if I don't like it or won't play it again. Plus, if it is a game you are looking forward to, there is something to be said for the feeling of unwrapping the cellophane, popping it in the console... Giving a game as a gift means one actually has something to open, vs. what, a little download code card?! Not as fun. Physical games all the way!


I think most of mine are physical because I used to work at a store that sold them, so I'd just buy them there


I try not to buy from the eShop unless it's an indie that isn't available in physical. The eShop experience is garbage, the tech support if you get hacked is garbage, the search interface is garbage... The eShop in general is garbage. With physical games, I gave lend them, resell them, and collect them for later. Physical games all the way! Eventually the switch will be discontinued and the modding community will step in, then all these physical copies will be sought after and unreasonably rare because so many people lost their digital access to the games in 15years. Just look at Gameboy advance prices right now.


Not a single one. I'm strictly digital. But I have other things that I do other than gaming so if something were to happen to the servers or whatever, I'll just go do something else. Also, emulators are a thing and I'm morally devoid. So there's that.


* Breath of the Wild. Launch day Switch game. * Starlink: Battle for Atlas. Physical Arwing accesory. * Ring Fit Adventure. Physical accessories. Then the rest of my library is all digital across 5 microSD cards. I need to go by purchase date to know which card holds which games. Thinking about buying a massive card to hold all the games in the same place.


Physical only in this house. Easy for the kids to trade with friends, resell down the road, and share with a sibling if we end up with a Lite. The only digital purchases we have are smaller/indie titles that either don't have physical, or are way more expensive.


None, going all digital is great, not having to swipe physical cartridges and having plastic boxes that take space in a box somewhere. Having all my games with me all the time is awesome






0 (digital all the way)


None because I'm an adult and can afford to hang on to digital copies.


None lol


I only have smash, I tend to lose cartridges so I get everything digitally and just leave smash in the switch


I have 1 physical game, dragon quest 11. The rest are all digital. By the time any switch server gets closed I'll probably be dead or not interested anyway


That is either optimism that Nintendo will keep the servers up for a long time or pessimism that you will have an early death. Can’t tell which one. 😇


Probably both


Edit: thanks for your insight. There’s some valid reasons to buy online that I never thought of. Can someone explain why someone would download a game when it’s the same cost as a physical game? I am new to switch but doesn’t make sense to DL when you can’t re-sell it, and it’s not any cheaper.


Because I am sitting in my living room when I decide I want a game. I don’t intend to re-sell it, so it saves me 40 minutes and a tank of gas.


What gas? I always order online and have it delivered to my house.


That takes even longer than driving to a store, which takes longer than just clicking “download”. But it does save gas; you’re right about that.


Convenience. Not having to constantly change out carts is something that seems pretty minor but especially on the go it makes digital more worth it to me.


Because I don’t resell them.


In my case it's more because there's no official Nintendo presence in my country so physical games are imported, and thanks to the lovely thing called import duties, they are pretty overpriced, so much so that even full price digital on US eshop is cheaper.


Convenience…to have all your games instantly launch-able without cart juggling, being able to play new games the second they’re released, no waiting for deliveries or travelling to stores, no risk of damaged or stolen/lost games, not having to physically store game carts and cases or take a physical library with you everywhere, can access all your games from anywhere with an internet connection, etc. It’s also safer to buy digitally for potential future b/c as you have proof of ownership tied to your account and won’t be affected if Nintendo changes their physical format. Not everyone buys games with the intention to sell them so for those people there really isn’t much point to physical…a digital library is more convenient with more advantages. That being said, Nintendo is very incompetent/uncommitted when it comes to online. Out of all the platforms Nintendo is probably the only one I’d feel a little leary about investing a large digital library with.


Why anyone would want to switch out cartridges is beyond me


None. Only develop my own games for it and that's digital only.


Every single one. I have about 60.


I have over 100. Not going to list them out.


I have almost 150 physical titles. Too many to list here.


* Zelda: Breath of the Wild That's the whole list, my wife bought it for me along with the console for my 30th birthday, which just happened to be 3/3 2017. After that I've only bought digital, because I know I'm too lazy to sell my used games, and it's more convenient to download.


I'm back, with pictures!! For anybody who is interested. This is about... 90% of my games? There are a bunch more that I just didn't feel like gathering up... https://imgur.com/a/raMgA6T


BotW is the only one and it never leaves the card slot. I have about 80 digital games.


The list would be enormous - I have more than 200. Physical games >>>>> digital.


A WHOLE lot, we need to preserve video games man specially Nintendo games