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Nintendo has revealed the top-20 most-played games on the Switch.

According to a Nintendo of America newsletter, The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild was the most-played  game of 2017.

This was followed by Super Mario Odyssey in second place and Mario Kart 8 Deluxe in third.

While the top three games shouldn’t come as much of a shock, there are a few surprises sprinkled throughout the list.

Stardew Valley is sixth in the games list, while Binding of Isaac: Afterbirth+ charts at ten.

Despite amassing a huge following elsewhere, Rocket League – which seems a perfect fit for Nintendo Switch – only just makes the top 20.

You can see the full list by checking out the gallery below…

Two of the top 20 most-played Nintendo Switch games are .

Nintendo recently launched a brand new Nintendo Switch, Wii U and 3DS game sale.

The New Year’s Nintendo games sale features a ton of first-party releases, including ARMS, 1-2 Switch, Mario Kart 8 and Legend of Zelda: Wind Waker HD.

Nintendo Switch owners can grab ARMS for £39.99, while 1-2 Switch is down to £27.99.

It’s even better news for Wii U owners, who can grab Wind Waker and Mario Party 10 for just £13.99 each.

“2018 has arrived, and to celebrate, a number of top titles are on offer on Nintendo Switch as part of our Happy New Year Sale,” Nintendo explains.

“What’s more, My Nintendo users can also save up to 50% on select titles for Nintendo 3DS family systems and Wii U.”

Elsewhere, Nintendo 3DS owners can pick up Metroid Samus Returns, Fire Emblem Echoes: Shadows, Super Smash Bros 3DS, and Mario Kart 7 for £27.99 each.

Animal Crossing New Leaf, Super Mario Maker 3DS, Miitopia, Pokemon Super Mystery Dungeon and Tomodachi Life are all £24.49.


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