With the launch of Nintendo’s 2018-2019 hardware lineup, it seems as though Nintendo has finally started to break into the mobile gaming space.
With the first two hardware lineups launching at the end of January, we now know which titles will be available free.
Here are the top games to see free in Nintendo’s first 2018 hardware lineup:Gran Turismo Sport (PS4) – Free in Nintendo Switch’s Free Game BundleNintendo Switch Free Game – FreeIn addition to the two new games that have been announced so far, we also have an exclusive free Nintendo Switch Free game coming out this year, Gran Turismo (PS Vita) that we have a new trailer for, and the next-gen version of the racing game Gran Turbine (PS3).
For those of you who missed it, Nintendo’s free game program is a pretty big deal for the company.
Nintendo’s paid games have always been pretty great, but it seems like the company has finally taken the step of actually making their free games worth paying for.
The free games announced for 2018 are:The only thing you really need to know about Nintendo’s new free games is that they’re all free, but they’re not necessarily that good.
We think that Gran Turista is probably the worst of the bunch, but for all intents and purposes it’s an average-ish title.
You get a bunch of driving, action, and racing action, with some good racing action.
It’s not the best Gran Turisse game out there, but the price isn’t really that bad, and you can probably play it without any problems.
Gran Turin is the least bad of the three, but there are worse Gran Turiases out there.
Nintendo’s 2018 lineup of free games will likely end up being the best-selling in the history of the Nintendo Switch platform, and that’s something we can’t really fault the company for.
It seems like Nintendo has been really embracing free games and free experiences on the Switch platform so far.
In fact, the first game we can say that they’ve actually made an official Free Game with is Gran Turisto (PSVita).
There’s a free version of Gran Turismo out now, and it’s not terrible at all.
Gran Tobarica is the next game that we can mention, as that’s a relatively mediocre Gran Turicade game.
You’ll probably find that you can’t play either of those games unless you have a Nintendo Switch and a Nintendo Account.
For a few more of the best free Nintendo Free Games out there and some more info on the 2018 Nintendo Switch lineup, check out our free Nintendo game roundup article.
You can check out all the free games Nintendo announced in 2018 by following the links below.
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