Glen & Mark’s Top 10 BEST Nintendo Switch Games of 2020!


After recently compiling a list of our viewers’ top 10 games releasing on the Nintendo Switch in 2020 based on their votes, now is the time for us to reveal our top 10 games of the year. Will our favorites match those of viewers? How do ours compare to each other? Well, let’s find out… #NintendoSwitch #Best2020 #Games If you’ve been supporting us for a long time, consider supporting us on Patreon – Happy Gaming Mark and Glen Count SwitchUp subscribers: 149,155.



  1. As always, a huge thank you to everyone who has watched our content this year. Here are some links relevant to the games in this list that you may find useful as well as links to both our viewer's edition of the best games of 2020 and a list of the worst games too: –

    Best Switch Games 2020 Viewers edition: –

    Worst Switch Games 2020: –

    Ircha Gaming's Xenoblade Chronicles Review: –

    Two Point Hospital Review: –

    A Short Hike Review: –

    Trials of Mana Review: –

    Immortals Fenyx Rising Review: –

    Physical Pickups Video (including Animal Crossing): –

    Hades Review: –

    Pikmin 3 Deluxe Review: –

    Ori and the Will of the Wisps Review: –

    Streets of Rage 4 Review: –

    History of Streets of Rage Video: –

    Best Beat 'Em Ups List: –

    Happy New Year and Happy Gaming. Glen and Mark

  2. Nice list dude! Xenoblade Chronicles is my fav from this list. Btw, soo nice you put the Chrono Trigger backsound of The Middle age 600 AD World Map theme. It reminds me of playing it countless hours. Such a good time nostalgic with the best Rgp ever ???⚔️?️

  3. yeah – Pikmin 3 on WiiU – I'm still playing – it's still hooked up and running great. I also agree – Xenoblade Chronicles Definitive Edition is amazing. I'm on my 2nd time though. Embarrassing how many hours. And the addon content was great too, a shorter stand alone game. I need to finish #2 and its standalone content as well.

  4. xenoblade 2 has so great cutscenes and i havent played xenoblade 1 on wii because of the graphic and never owned a new 3ds. I have both though but cant imagine that the first one is still better even if it probably the best jrpg ever made (what others say). the first one looks a bit blurry on the switch tbh.

  5. That Chrono Trigger music really makes me want a Chrono Trigger Switch Port. The DS one was perfect at the time and they could optimize it even more on the Switch with boosted resolution. So many little tweaks they could add to the game as options and also keeping the original experience in tact for those who want to play pure.

  6. Ori and the Will is another leagilue among the "indies" since I feel this Ori is not that indie at all but despite of that it is a experience. that stay in mind like forever.

  7. Finyx isn’t even close to being as good to breath of the wild for me (especially since I think the game is a little ugly) but it’s definitely enjoyable ? but those bares make me hate my self ???

  8. I love Two Point, but because I bought it just before the first lockdown when I was really frightened and out of my comfort zone, now the sounds just remind me of that. Might be a while before I'm able to pick it back up again which is a real shame for me

  9. My top 5 list goes:

    5. Hyrule Warriors Age of Calamity

    It's the only Warriors game I have ever truly enjoyed. Still a bit repetitive, but it can be entertaining still.

    4. Rivals of Aether Definitive Edition

    In my opinion this was one of the best fighting games of the decade period. Fantastic combat system, and very well balanced. Cannot wait for the future of this franchise.

    3. Immortals Fenyx Rising

    I loved Breath of The Wild, so this was great to play. Only real issue was the lack of NPCs, so there isn't much to do outside of puzzles and combat. The small world guarantees it won't be overstaying its welcome though. Best game from Ubisoft since Assassin's Creed Origins.

    2. Paper Mario: The Origami King

    I went into this trying to be as balanced as possible. I loved the original 2 Paper Mario games and feel the series fell with Super Paper Mario despite its great story. Origami King was fantastic though and did a phenomenal job in its world design, characters, combat system, and especially its soundtrack.

    1. Animal Crossing: New Horizons

    I didn't play Animal Crossing until October, and I was floored. Beautiful game, with a simplistic soundtrack. It is a such an addicting experience that I cannot ignore it.

  10. A little late to the comments here but if there was a tier ranking for youtube channels. This would be my favorite one for 2020! Thanks for the videos guys and extra special thank you for the amount of content you released over the pandemic. Its been my absolute go to for relaxing and finding out what the horizon of gaming on switch is looking like.


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