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Here’s The Top 20 Most Played Nintendo Switch Games Of 2017 In North America

Nintendo of America has revealed which games Nintendo Switch owners played the most during 2017. Of course, it was the year the system launched, and we’ve had some fantastic games since March. Here’s the most played Nintendo Switch games in North America according to Nintendo.

  1. The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild
  2. Super Mario Odyssey
  3. Mario Kart 8 Deluxe
  4. Splatoon 2
  5. Minecraft: Nintendo Switch Edition
  6. Stardew Valley
  7. Mario + Rabbids: Kingdom Battle
  8. ARMS
  9. The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim
  10. The Binding of Isaac: Afterbirth+
  11. NBA 2K18
  12. Dragon Ball Xenoverse 2 for Nintendo Switch
  13. Fire Emblem Warriors
  14. Lego City Undercover
  15. Sonic Mania
  16. Pokkén Tournament DX
  17. 1-2-Switch
  18. FIFA 18
  19. Disgaea 5 Complete
  20. Rocket League



  1. Breath of the Wild is definitely my most played Switch game sitting pretty at over 600 hours. (Give or take a few that were either pauses of the game (I wish games would stop the time played from being counted when you have the game paused) or me passing out for a couple of minutes on those long gameplay nights.

    1. That number is only going to grow once I start the Champion’s Ballad & collect all the chests from the first & second DLC packs. Just have to finish with FFXV. Just need to do the post-game dungeons & Episode Ignis since I’m finished with the story.

      1. I love Fire emblem Warriors, so many great characters and they just added Azura! She sings both songs on her special attacks 😍😍😍

        That is a spin off, so if you were expecting an Awakening or Fates… you are obviously so out of context.

    1. ARMS doesn’t have a lot of replayability?

      Maybe if you only play against the CPU. Playing against other human players is what fighting games are all about- CPUs can’t really match the unpredictability and ingenuity of a human opponent.

      1. For normal people nope, for hardcore fighting gamers yes. But normal people want to unlock things, buy things, alternative ways of play, etc. Exactly what’s in Splatoon 2 and it’s not in ARMS. Lately they added something to unlock but it isn’t exactly ‘big stuff’.

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