Greetings, our fellow Nintendo-Disney enthusiasts! Are you wondering which of your Nintendo Switch Disney games is the best? If the answer is yes, congratulations! You’ve got a curious mind, and we appreciate people like that. Today, we’ll examine the best Disney games on Nintendo’s pioneering current-gen console.
We aim to separate the games into tiers. We’ll find out which is the best of the available Disney games. We’ll also determine the worst of the lot to avoid, like the plague, if it ever gets a re-release. Let’s face it, knowing Nintendo; they’ll commission remasters and remakes of every game to milk the Disney franchises dry.
Still, we can’t help but admire the games, well, the good ones, for their ingenuity and fun factor. The bad ones we’ll get into are appalling and have no right to exist. This list and the ranking after that will be divisive, but we’re trying to make it decisive. Don’t worry; whether we bash a game or sing its praises, we’ll have justification for our words.
How Do We Rank Nintendo Switch Disney Games On Our List?
An excellent question when we make a ranked list of games is what parameters to use. Everyone has different views and personal biases, and we’re also guilty of this, so how to determine the quality and worth of a game?
We include objectivity by carefully selecting traits a game must pass to obtain a rank in our list. If that is difficult to understand, we’ll break it down further for you. For today, a game must pass a research-based checklist to qualify for our Nintendo Switch Disney games list and its ranking.
What’s the checklist? Well, here’s what a game must have:
- The game must be about Disney characters (No, Duh, but it needs to be said).
- The game must be available on Nintendo Switch (Another no-brainer). Also, the game mustn’t necessarily be exclusive.
- The game must provide a memorable experience (For better or worse).
- Finally, the game must have been released, so all in-development and upcoming games don’t make the cut. (Sorry, Disney Speedstorm and Illusion Island enthusiasts, they won’t be on here).
Ranking Every Disney Game On Switch
Okay, now that we’ve established our criteria, it’s time to start our ranking for Nintendo Switch Disney games. Let’s begin!
9. Kingdom Hearts All In One Trilogy- The Worst
Kicking things off, we have the game near and dear to our hearts, except for the Switch version. We’ll talk about why the Nintendo’s hardware got the short end of the keyblade (hehe, Kingdom Heart fans will know this reference) in a bit, but first, let’s dive into the specifics of the Kingdom Hearts All-In-One package.
If you’re new to the series, Kingdom Hearts is the crossover of Disney characters with the Final Fantasy series. The characters, lore, and exploration of huge Disney worlds meet the satisfying gameplay mechanics of the famous Japanese RPG series. The way everything unfolds is magical, and each game continues from where the previous one left off in a perfect way.
The story follows Sora, a new character specifically created for the games to serve as an entry point for players. Sora must fight back against the darkness that’s overcoming the multiple realms. Sora is with faithful and loyal Disney characters Donald and Goofy; they provide story context and much-needed lightheartedness.
The gameplay is best describable as an open-world adventure game with real-time combat. Sora must use his keyblade, a key-shaped sword, to attack the minions of darkness and enemy bosses. The expansive worlds are huge, giving a sense of an epic journey undertaking.
Why Is Kingdom Hearts All In One The Worst Nintendo Switch Disney Game?
Now, we realize that our choice of placing the entire Kingdom Hearts Saga might raise a lot of eyebrows, but hear us out. Kingdom Hearts All In One is a fantastic package that comprises the full story of the beloved franchise but delivers it in the worst way possible. We’re referring to the Cloud-based service necessary to access the King Heart games.
The cloud-based service is a plague upon gaming; we fear it will take over. Nothing against players who like it, but we don’t, and there’s a good reason for it. Most people around the world don’t have a stable internet connection. If players purchase a game that requires fast and reliable internet, they’re basically screwed if they don’t have it. Also, you can’t play the game offline, which is a big red flag.
Oh, and if the problems with cloud gaming still aren’t clear to you, there’s input lag that you’ll face. Meaning the crunch-time boss fights of Kingdom Hearts get difficult to the point of exhaustion. Critical moments where a single screw-up can destroy your progress become frequent because the control input doesn’t register on time. Also, the servers will go down eventually, so you’re paying for a game already on borrowed time.
Hopefully, now you can understand why we despise cloud gaming and, by extension, the Kingdom Hearts All-In-One for Nintendo Switch. The cloud version of Kingdom Hearts is a death knell to the game’s enjoyment. Kingdom Hearts All-In-One is undisputedly the worst Nintendo Switch Disney game ever.
8. Cars 3: Driven To Win
If you’re a gamer who’s a car racing enthusiast, chances are, you’ve probably purchased and played Cars 3: Driven To Win. The game is surprisingly more in-depth than most players think, making it all the more enjoyable. Clearly, Cars 3: Driven To Win is a movie tie-in whose sole purpose was to milk the Cars Disney franchise.
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Regardless of its intention, we can’t argue that Cars 3: Driven To Win has won us over. The gameplay is every bit as satisfying as any of the best racing games out there. Borrowing the movie’s aesthetic, the developers took inspiration from Nintendo’s flagship Mario Kart franchise.
Cars 3: Driven To Win contains multiple racing modes that provide a diverse racing experience, from simple free-roam to time trials and even multiplayer and co-op racing modes. The drifting and turns are sharp and require careful anticipation of the curves of the race track, and players will constantly be at the edge of their seats.
Alongside the traditional racing element, Cars 3: Driven To Win also has the quirky aspect of the other Nintendo racing games. We’re talking about the weaponry that’s part of car racing which players can use to shoot and sabotage their racing rivals. Keep in mind that Cars 3: Driven To Win isn’t an easy game; the complexity is surprising, given that its target audience is children.
Why Isn’t Cars 3: Driven To Win Higher On Our List Of Nintendo Switch Disney Games?
Okay, while Cars 3: Driven To Win is a fun and fantastic racing game, it’s not perfect. In fact, the game’s got lots of frame drops and technical glitches that make the experience feel rough around the edges. There are noticeable visual bugs and sound suddenly turning off, which takes the immersion away.
Couple the problem we mentioned with the fact that its difficulty is on the higher end when compared to similar games in the genre, and you can see why this game received the flak that it did. Cars 3: Driven To Win is great for a casual session; best, when played with young kids, are with you. The cartoony graphics and dialogue will get the young ones laughing and snickering, so we must commend the developers.
The primary issue we have with the game, aside from the ones we’ve already brought up, is that Cars 3: Driven To Win stops being fun after a certain point. Players will feel like completing the stunts and specific racing challenges is a grind and a chore. Even in a lower-difficulty setting, things will lead to frustration.
Everything is compounded thanks to tight rubber-banding, which means no matter how fast you are, your opponents will always be nearby. The constant sound of rival cars within earshot kills their motivation to improve. We hope now you can understand why Cars 3: Driven To Win is one of the worst Nintendo Switch Disney games.
7. Disney Tsum Tsum Festival
Ah, yes, time to move on from one cash grab to another with Disney Tsum Tsum Festival. The painfully abhorrent amalgamation of Disney and Japanese culture, what could possibly go wrong, right? We’ll tell you, Disney Tsum Tsum Festival is an abomination that never needs to see the light of day on any console again.
Objectively speaking, Disney Tsum Tsum Festival has plenty of games wrapped inside a beautiful and eye-catching aesthetic. The sad part is none of the games on offer are worth more than a single playthrough. You can’t even play some games because, once again, Nintendo Switch has the inferior version, so its playable games are limited.
Credit where it’s due, Disney Tsum Tsum Festival focuses on multiplayer, and it’s the best way to enjoy the game with up to 4 players. Players will enjoy a variety of mini-games to pass the time. Good examples of mini-games include Tsum Rhythm, which requires players to use the motion sensors of Switch Joycons to match the input appearing on the screen.
Another one is Round’n’Round Run, where a course is set for players to collect jewels along the path. Kind of like any generic runner, but the track gets faster, and the camera movement is horrid. Plus, your opponents who are A.I.-controlled always perform flawlessly, which undermines any fun you think you will have.
Why Is Disney: Tsum Tsum Festival So Low On Our Nintendo Switch Disney Games List?
As you can see, we’ve not harshly criticized the previous two games on our list before Disney Tsum Tsum Festival, despite them being lower than it. The main reason is that the two games had fundamental execution problems that companies can’t fix now, but they’re still playable and have plenty to offer.
With Disney Tsum Tsum Festival, it’s abundantly evident that the devs weren’t even trying. Laziness on top of cash grab irks us to no end. For everything that seems new and innovative, the developers of the Tsum Tsum Festival, Bandai Namco, have made everything tedious. With no clear creative vision in place, and the Mobile gaming approach dominating its existence, we can’t help but roll our eyes at the lost potential.
Disney Tsum Tsum Festival is now famously known within gaming forums as a parody. We agree with that sentiment, as the game’s price point is absurd for something that’s barely an indie game but is masquerading as a AAA title. Oh, and if you need more reason to avoid the game, despite the lack of microtransactions, a gambling theme is prevalent within the game.
The only reason that we haven’t placed Disney Tsum Tsum Festival in last place is its one redeeming quality. Pacman! That’s right, we’re biased, but the beloved mascot of Bandai Namco transcends the gameplay flaws. Pacman makes us give Disney Tsum Tsum Festival a bump in the ranking on our list of Nintendo Switch Disney games.
6. Marvel’s Midnight Suns
And here we are, staring down at the black sheep of our list of Nintendo Switch Disney games. The technicality that Disney owns Marvel qualifies Marvel’s Midnight Suns, so shush your whining. The game has undergone a trial by fair because of the critical reception and lower-than-expected sales. We can see why players got the wrong impression about the game.
The advertising for Marvel’s Midnight Suns is to blame for the game’s wrong perception by players. The CGI and animations promised an action-heavy, cinematic, and team-based battle game, similar to the Marvel Ultimate Alliance series. Instead, people got a deck-building, tactical turn-based strategy game rooted in repetitive and downright dull gameplay.
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We were cautiously optimistic that perhaps the game’s learning curve would pass and it will become fun. Unfortunately, the fun and exciting part of Marvel’s Midnight Suns never arrives. Players are stuck in a tedious loop of fighting enemies and socializing in cringe-worthy dialogue during free-roam segments. It takes forever to close the gap to get into a position to attack enemies.
The positive side of Marvel’s Midnight Suns is the diverse and unique cast of characters from the Marvel Universe. The characters are mostly street-level, except for a few powerhouses that are obviously watered down.
Why Is Marvel’s Midnight Suns Not In The Upper Tier On Our List Of Nintendo Switch Disney Games?
In Marvel’s Midnight Suns, the playable character isn’t canon to Marvel, so players have a degree of freedom. There is the option of customization of deck cards which unlock new abilities for characters, including the protagonist. Players can freely unlock new skins to give characters new appearances.
The biggest draw of Marvel’s Midnight Suns is the number of characters. Each one has an authentic personality that matches their comic book roots, and it feels like you’re watching them come to life. Personally, we love Deadpool and Ghost Rider, and Spiderman’s always fun, but you also have Venom and Hulk. The game isn’t a sausage fest either, as our favorite X- lady, Storm, and sorceress Scarlet Witch alongside newcomer magician Nico Minoru.
Marvel’s Midnight Suns require players to make each turn count, as the enemies can surround the player from all angles. Enemies will deal with multiple variations of attacks, and players must choose the best suitable cards. Since players will have 3 other heroes joining them in combat, the card variety should be versatile enough against most enemy types.
Despite all the potential of Marvel’s Midnight Suns, the disappointment stems from its inability to capitalize on it. The gameplay isn’t up to par with modern games, the deck-building strategy gets in the way, and enjoyment levels plummet. The social component of Marvel’s Midnight Suns makes the conversations feel forced. Some of the design choices for characters make them look bland. We consider Marvel’s Midnights as one of the mediocre Nintendo Switch Disney games for all the reasons we’ve mentioned.
5. Disney Classic Games Collection
Never in our wildest dreams, we imagined getting the classic side-scrollers from our childhood on modern consoles. Disney Classic Games Collection is the fulfillment of a longing that many retro gamers constantly pined for to happen. Disney took the collective feedback under advisement and released the games. A huge cause for celebrations.
Disney Classic Games Collection contains three highly revered titles based on household Disney franchises. Aladdin, Jungle Book, and Lion King grandly return in this retro re-release which is so much more than a simple remaster. The difficult levels that agonized us during the 3 games’ heydays are now easier, thanks to accessibility options. Disney Classic Games Collection allows players to skip any part that’s too challenging to make the experience highly enjoyable.
The cinematic mode allows users to watch the A.I. play the games on the Disney Classic Games Collection. Players can jump in at any point after getting past a particularly annoying and pesky platforming section or boss fight. Handy for players to bask in nostalgia.
Another perk of the Disney Classic Games Collection is that players can choose which versions of the game they want to play. The options range from the Sega Genesis, Nintendo Entertainment System, or other retro console versions of the games. There’s never been a better time to experience your childhood games. We highly recommend getting the Disney Classic Games Collection.
Why Isn’t Disney Classic Games Collection Higher Up On Our List Of Nintendo Switch Disney Games?
Since we’ve officially entered the top-tier category for our list, we’re going to gush about our personal favorites. After all, the whole point of having a gaming list is to justify ranking the games on it. Disney Classic Games Collection has brought us endless joy, and we’re always grateful to have these three gems in our gaming backlog to revisit them.
Players can access many other extra artwork details in Disney Classic Games Collection. The Museum Mode is a trip down memory lane and a peak behind the curtain of the creative processes behind the classic games. The updates to the retro titles have several quality improvements, including upscaled graphics. Players can also add retro filters and color schemes to replicate authentic and original experiences fully.
The Disney Classic Games Collection also boasts the ability to save at any point, which is a much-welcome change. Players won’t have to start over from the first level if they leave their play session and can continue from where they left off. Some of the stages in all 3 games are infuriatingly challenging, so the save feature is extremely handy.
The icing on the cake is the option of selecting which soundtracks play in the background as you play the games. The Disney Classic Games Collection contains s all the classic tunes you fondly remember. From the excitement within our words, it’s a safe bet that Disney Classic Games Collection is one of the best Nintendo Switch Disney games.
4. Disney Magical World 2: Enchanted Edition
If you’ve ever wanted to see what Disney’s version of Animal Crossing would look like, then Disney Magical World 2: Enchanted Edition is the answer. Seriously, it’s like the executives at Disney woke up and decided to carve a piece of the life-simulation market pie. We’ll admit the original 3DS version holds a special place in our hearts. When the remaster announcement arrived, we had our reservations; thankfully, the devs alleviated our concerns.
Disney Magical World 2: Enchanted Edition offers players a unique take on life management and simulation genre. The players are given total freedom to pursue whatever tasks they fancy, and there’s no pressure or rush. The relaxing and soothing ambiance of the game mirrors the calmness and serenity of peaceful country life. The only difference is that players interact with and complete tasks for beloved and iconic Disney characters.
In Disney Magical World 2: Enchanted Edition, there’s an excellent balance of classic and modern Disney characters. The player character will meet the likes of old-school originals like Donald, Mickey, and Goofy, but new popular ones as well. Princess Elsa, Ariel, Tinker Bell, all the popular princesses, and their supporting cast make a cameo that will leave players gushing.
The point is Disney Magical World 2: Enchanted Edition is a brilliant game that’s worth playing. The gameplay is a nice blend of a slice-of-life genre with satisfying reward-based tasks, and it’s fantastic. You couldn’t ask for a more relaxing pace.
How Is Disney Magical World 2: Enchanted Edition So Higher Up On Our List Of Nintendo Switch Disney Games?
We’re big Disney and Nintendo fans. So many games with the respective licenses of both companies left us disappointed. We were starting to think a good game could not exist nowadays with Disney-based characters that follow Nintendo’s format. With the release of Disney Magical World 2: Enchanted Edition, our pessimistic outlook took a 180, and we were blown away. The game’s incredible depth and deeply rich, vast worlds are astonishing.
The 3DS entry was impressive at the time of its release, but the Nintendo Switch remaster is on a different level. We had to pinch ourselves and collect our jaws from the ground from being in awe of the breathtaking visuals. Disney Magical World 2: Enchanted Edition is the yardstick of how flawless remasters can be made. One slight hiccup with the game is that the protagonist’s look is jarring and off-putting compared to the Disney NPCs.
While players can customize their protagonist, it can’t hide the ugliness of the Mii avatars from the 3DS days. Also, while the controls are simplistic, sometimes the number of actions you must take can confuse new players. A bombardment of information about the various tasks they must complete gets thrown at players. Honestly, Disney Magical World 2: Enchanted Edition’s initial stages can feel downright intimidating for players.
Once the game stops holding players’ hands, they can freely explore and go about their daily routine in the game. The tasks are satisfying and give a sense of accomplishment when you complete them. There are dungeons in the game with ghosts that players must defeat using magical wands to switch things up. The combat is shallow but, nonetheless, a nice distraction to keep things fresh. We believe that Disney Magical World 2: Enchanted Edition is one of the better Nintendo Switch Disney games.
3. Disney Dreamlight Valley
After devs tried the Mobile gaming approach with Disney characters and the free-to-play gacha (gambling) style, they found little success. Since things weren’t working out, the head honchos at Disney commissioned the ever-popular MMO route for the Disney worlds and characters. The decision remarkably resulted in the creation of Disney Dreamlight Valley, an absolutely marvelous and sublime game.
Despite our dislike for the online-only requirement and game monetization mechanics, we thoroughly enjoyed our time with Disney Dreamlight Valley. The Disney Dream Light Valley MMO is the Kingdom Hearts experience with slice-of-life elements of Disney Magical World 2: Enchanted Edition. The creative team behind Disney Dream Light Valley took the best of both titles to create its identity and succeeded.
There is a slow and soothing vibe to Disney Dreamlight Valley, allowing players to indulge in routine tasks with their favorite Disney characters. The difference is that the NPCs are diverse and constantly evolving with new updates to the game. The canon characters provide plenty of quests and story missions that create an affinity with them.
In one session, you can have Disney princesses like Rapunzel and Snow White as your neighbors or dive into the oceanic world to meet Ariel and Sebastian. Alternatively, you can have a jolly good time with Captain Jack Sparrow’s brand of shenanigans. You can even embark on space adventures with Buzz Lightyear. The possibilities are endless in Disney Dreamlight Valley, and we love playing the game a lot.
How Is Disney Dreamlight Valley Number 3 On Our Ranked List Of Nintendo Switch Disney Games?
If the more relaxing pace of Disney Dreamlight Valley isn’t your cup of tea, then don’t worry. There’s plenty of content in Disney Dreamlight Valley to keep players who want something more engaged. The different tasks the NPCs provide players have multiple parts that expand on the world and character history.
Players gain rewards after completing quests which they can use to purchase cosmetic items and unlock the neighborhoods’ layout. Players can also customize their in-game homes with the furnishing they first must buy. You can create a frozen winter wonderland, a tropical resort, a rainforest, or a desert around your neighborhood. With recent updates, there’s also the possibility of a space station aesthetic to make your home and community stand out.
In Disney Dreamlight Valley, you can invite other players to join your world. You can also keep things private and have NPC interactions only. The choice is ultimately up to the players. There are daily quests that provide the simple pleasures of joining your favorite NPC characters in routine chores like gardening, cooking, and painting, among others. There’s also a main story about a central antagonistic force, The Forgetting, that’s terrorizing the Disney worlds. Players must go on an epic narrative quest to purge The Forgetting.
Players can expect the story to progress with each update to provide endless fun and enjoyment in Disney Dreamlight Valley. We love playing the game and haven’t felt burned out on it, as the content gets refreshed and adds new character plotlines to keep us hooked. Dreamlight Valley is arguably the best Nintendo Switch Disney game with original primary characters that you’ll play on Nintendo’s hybrid console.
2. LEGO: The Incredibles – The Runner Up
This is it; we’re officially now at the runner-up position on our Nintendo Switch Disney games list. After careful consideration, LEGO: The Incredibles is the clear choice for the number 2 rank. Maybe our choice is because of our preference for a good solid action game with exploration elements. LEGO: The Incredibles fits the bill nicely by providing a fun retelling of the two movies with gameplay elements incorporated brilliantly.
LEGO: The Incredibles has all the hallmarks of a fun Lego video game, including a character creation and customization option. Players can freely choose the custom characters’ powers, looks, and outfits, and up to two players can enjoy the co-op. The feeling of having two customized heroes running around the game world is an incredible experience.
The charming cast of LEGO: The Incredibles ranges from the movie’s canon characters like the titular Incredibles family members Mr. Incredible, Elastigirl, Violet, Dash, and Jack-Jack. There are other crossovers in LEGO: The Incredibles that really pleasantly surprised us, like Lighting McQueen from the Cars movie and game and Princess Merida from Brave. Lucius Best, A.K.A. Frozone, is perhaps our favorite character because of his powerset.
Players will enjoy the variation of superpowers from the diverse lineup of heroes that they can play as. Plus, the custom characters’ abilities can make the experience much more fun and engaging.
How Is LEGO: The Incredibles The Runner Up On Our List Of Nintendo Switch Disney Games?
Many of you might wonder why we chose LEGO: The Incredibles over other more original Disney games to be number 2. Well, the answer boils down to our personal enjoyment of the games and how they stack up against each other in our eyes. With LEGO: The Incredibles, our personal satisfaction was through the roof. In a way, LEGO: The Incredibles serves a dual function of providing entertainment while also developing basic analytical skills in children.
LEGO: The Incredibles is a fun game for all age groups but more geared toward children, who will love it more if they’ve seen the movies. With adults playing along with their kids, not only does LEGOS: The Incredibles feel much more enjoyable, but it helps create a bonding experience. There are puzzles to solve that the parents can ask their children to solve while providing them with subtle hints to encourage them.
In LEGO: The Incredibles, the story sometimes deviates in spectacularly convenient and hilarious ways to make the outcomes interesting. Occasionally, the problematic villains get pulverized through a series of comically painful ways that incapacitate them. Aside from the many side missions and new boss fights, LEGO The Incredibles, there are plenty of other ways to keep the gameplay feeling fresh. One such method is through the collectibles scattered throughout the game’s two cities, Municiberg and New Urbem.
The best feature of LEGO: The Incredibles is the Crime Wave which gives plenty of missions to clear a sector of enemies. It’s a perfect chance for players to cut loose and go to town on the criminals that are terrorizing the cities. The co-op action ensures that the combat is always rapid-paced, making LEGO: The Incredibles our second-best Nintendo Switch Disney game.
1. Marvel Ultimate Alliance 3: The Black Order – The Best
There’s perhaps no other game on the Switch that topped the Disney experience for us that Marvel Ultimate Alliance 3: The Black Order provides. We are constantly in awe of the colorfully vibrant aesthetic of the game. The beautifully drawn comic book art style of Marvel Ultimate Alliance 3: The Black Order is eye candy for us comic geeks. The third entry in the fan-favorite franchise surprisingly took a long time to release, but even more shocking was that it’s a Nintendo Switch exclusive.
Besides everything within the game, what’s great about Marvel Ultimate Alliance 3: The Black Order is that it’s made by developers who love the franchise and its characters. Case in point, each character’s writing and dialogue perfectly match the comic book’s tone. Marvel Ultimate Alliance 3: The Black Order ensures that players see an original story, not a comic retelling.
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Marvel Ultimate Alliance 3: The Black Order follows the franchise’s formula of 4 player co-op action. The players assemble a team of 4 Marvel characters that will leave on missions to defeat the villains. Along the way, the team of heroes will run into enemy henchmen that match the visual aspects of their bosses.
The side quests don’t feel like a bother; the extra experience reward makes them worth completing. Players will enjoy playing as their favorite character from a roster filled with new and returning characters.
How Is Marvel Ultimate Alliance 3: The Black Order The Best Game On Our List Of Nintendo Switch Disney Games?
The levels are also diverse, taking players to the farthest corners of the Marvel Universe. The narrative is an excellent way to keep players intrigued and hooked until the game’s finale. There’s no better feeling than experiencing the game’s combat and using the character’s skills to take out enemies. The control scheme is similar for each character, so with the streamlined configuration; players must use light, heavy, and jump attacks, plus special skills.
Players can assemble a team of powerful characters. The choices include heroes, anti-heroes, or a reformed villain like Dr. Doom, to combat the multiversal threat of the titular Black Order. Thanos also makes an appearance and is central to the story. Players will need not only Avengers but also the Fantastic Four, X-Men, and even Guardians Of The Galaxy to handle the threat. To see this crossover in a video game is an epic sight, and it instantly makes us bump the game to the top position.
Marvel Ultimate Alliance 3: The Black Order delivers thrilling and exciting boss fights that aren’t easy. Players must rely on a balance of attacking at the right time and defending against boss attacks. The skill attacks of the Marvel characters are a visual delight to see in action, and what’s even better is combining them in sync to create unique combos. The 4 characters we main are Magneto, Dr. Strange, Dr. Doom, and Thor; we’ve officially labeled our team as the cape bros.
Marvel Ultimate Alliance 3: The Black Order creates the perfect superhero fantasy team game. We love every second of Marvel Ultimate Alliance 3: The Black Order, from the story to the gameplay and presentation. The game easily edges out all other Nintendo Switch Disney games by a wide margin.
Well, there you have it. Our ranked list of all the Disney games on Nintendo Switch that you can play today. What did you think of our list? How many games from it have you played, and how would you rate them? Please share your thoughts and opinions in the comments below; we’re always eager to hear from our readers.
Obviously, with the release of newer titles, the list is subject to change, but for the moment, we’re satisfied with what we’ve compiled for you. Still, let us know if you disagree with our views or think we missed out on a game that could fit into our list. We always value feedback and consider it for future lists when we’re curating them.
Most of our lists are actually well-researched and carefully examined; we don’t make things up on the fly. If you like to see other similar ranking lists of games, we’ve got quite a few for you to check out. One of our trending ranked lists is All Spiderman PS3 Games Ranked From Worst To Best.