No, not THOSE ones.
For decades now, Nintendo has fostered a family-friendly image that has made the brand a firm favourite with gamers both young and young at heart. It would be hard to argue that Switch isn’t the family console to own, given its colourful library of top-tier software and the convenient way the hybrid handheld system slots into family life.
However, along with all the excellent Everyone-rated games, Switch’s popularity has attracted developers of M-rated titles, too, and the catalogue of adult-only Switch games is also enormous. And since Nintendo Life is now 18 years old(!), what better way to celebrate adulthood than with a selection of amazing games we can finally play now we’re all grown up?
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