It’s the moment you’ve all been waiting for; we’ve made a list of the best Nintendo Switch games of all time!
As the most popular console in the United States alone for the last 30 months straight at the time of writing, it’s safe to say that the Nintendo Switch is the most popular next-gen console of our time.
The same story goes for here in the U.K too, with many households having multiple Switches, just like back in the glory days of the DS.
And the OLED Switch… what a masterpiece!
Why is this console so popular? Well, one factor is the portability aspect of Nintendo’s hybrid powerhouse, and the other is the fantastic list of games.
Because with names like Zelda, Mario, Donkey Kong, and Pokemon on the roster, the Nintendo Switch was always going to be successful.
But which are the best Nintendo Switch games on the shelves? Which titles grab audiences by the collar and pull them into another world, and which games are so good that they’re impossible to put down?
Check out our list of the best Nintendo games below and find out!
Pikmin 3 Deluxe kickstarts this list of the best Nintendo Switch games of 2022. Regular readers will know that I have a bit of a love hate relationship with the Pikmin franchise as a whole. It’s so exciting to play, but it’s definitely a contributing factor as to why I am bald.
Once I get into this game, I can’t stop. I can’t stop thinking about keeping those little Pikmin safe, responsible for their wellbeing and wanting the best for their futures.
Maybe I should just treat it like a game rather than real life…
So, here’s a cool fact for people who loved the first Pikmin game but felt angry about that timer… the timer has gone.
That’s right; you can spend as long as you want exploring Planet PN4-404 without worrying about the 30 days running out. That’s much better!
Plus, 2 new Pikmin have joined the ranks – a rock and a winged Pikmin. How cool is that; one heavy and one as light as air!
Take on big enemies and pull off unbelievable feats of strength… well, for little flower people at any rate!
Find more games like Pikmin here: More Games Like Pikmin
Can you really have a list of the best Nintendo Switch games without talking about Xenoblade Chronicles: Definitive Edition?
I still remember the first time I played X.C on the Wii, and now the definitive edition takes all that excitement and supercharges it. The graphics look sublime, and there are so many subtle nuances that the developers have played with to make it more difficult and wholly more immersive.
Yes; this is the version for the legends!
And here’s the best bit – there’s a brand new epilogue section for fans to explore. You can either play through the whole game and tackle it as an add-on or go straight to it and check it out first.
If, for some weird reason, you haven’t played this entry in our best Wii games of all time, then you’re in for a real treat.
Until Breath of the Wild popped into our lives, X.C was the largest open-world game to ever have appeared on an Nintendo console.
Think Final Fantasy levels, monsters, and weapons with the Nintendo touch. Dive into dungeons in both the day and at night, and discover secrets in pretty much every nook and cranny!
Who fancies playing a title that’s a cross between Prince of Persia and Zelda? Everyone, right?
Stories between heaven and hell have always been epic to play, and I guess the name kind of tells us this is an epic tale too.
Jump into a brutal war between the gods and the demons. Control a child chosen by the gods to rid the world of an ancient and gnarly evil.
The child in question; that’s Raji, and she must destroy Mahabalasura, the demon king with more vowels in his name than should be allowed.
Like Ōkami, a title you might well see below, this game has a very distinctive style. All the artwork has been hand drawn using Indian Pahari art techniques before being 3D rendered.
This isn’t your run-of-the-mill title, and it’s way more immersive than you might think an Indie title should be.
Heck, this title can go toe-to-toe with any of the other games further down this list.
If you’re looking for a title with a difference, one that’s brimming with culture and is beautiful from start to finish, then give this one a try!
Dead Cells is one of the most exciting indie games on the Switch and classed as one of the most exhilarating roguelike games of our generation.
Hold up; that’s roguelike?
Well, a roguelike game is kind of a deep and dark RPG title. If you like dungeon crawling and death dynamics where the player character dies for good, then you’ll love how tense this game is.
Twin it with a MetroidVania-style look and feel as well as a fantasy plot that takes over all your senses, and you’ve got one of the best Nintendo Switch games ever made on your hands!
Have you played Returnal on the PS4, the game where losing means you die? Well, like Returnal, you’ll keep certain items but have to replay the level all over again.
Plus there are zero checkpoints that you can use throughout the game. YIKES!
The storyline sees players controlling a headless corpse that a spectre has decided to call home. Use cool weapons and slay evil enemies as you literally fight to stay alive.
Don’t lose your head… unlike the dude you’re controlling!
Imagine waking up one day and you were a Pokemon. One minute you’re a human, and the next, you’re wandering around with Squirtle and the gang rescuing other Pokemon in danger.
That’s the main premise of Pokemon Mystery Dungeon: Rescue Team DX, our next title in the best Nintendo Switch games article!
The game picks which Pokemon is most like you by asking you questions. It’s like the Harry Potter sorting hat, but with pocket monsters!
Delve into mysterious dungeons as you take part in proper Pokemon battles, none of this ‘trainer telling you what to do’ malarkey.
The graphics also have a feel of the next title in our list too, bringing stunning watercolour-inspired worlds to life.
Build your team, work together with your favourite faces from the Pokemon franchise, and find out why on earth you turned into a Pokemon in the first place!
20. Ōkami HD (2018)
Okami HD is dripping with Wind Waker vibes. It’s no secret that the game’s director Hideki Kamiya is a huge Zelda nerd and cited Link’s adventures as a major influence for the original game back in 2006.
It’s also heavily influenced by Sumi-e ink artwork, a traditional Japanese style art form. And man does it look beautiful!
The levels in this game feel like you’re diving into a watercolour painting, feeling every brushstroke and shifting with the currents of the paint on the canvas.
Can you tell I do a lot of describing for a living?
Gamers take the sun goddess Amaterasu one a mission to bring life and colour back to the world. The cool twist; she transforms into the white wolf Shiranui to do it.
Use the celestial brush as you move through the impeccably designed levels. If Bob Ross was still alive, I reckon he’d play this game every single day!
The Nintendo Switch is quickly becoming the new home for some of the greatest Pokemon games. Pokemon Brilliant Diamond & Shining Pearl are updated versions of the Diamond & Pearl games for the Nintendo DS.
They’ve received the same treatment that Red and Blue had in Pokemon Let’s Go, Pikachu and Let’s Go, Eevee. Updated graphics, better battles, and a better overall gaming experience.
Move around the Sinnoh Region, one of my favourite Pokemon regions out of all the games, updating your Pokedex with classic DS monsters such as Mamoswine and Garchomp!
All the same locations and the same storyline from the original Diamond & Pearl games appear in the new updated versions. The top-down view from the Let’s Go games, the same we saw in Link’s Awakening, works wonderfully too.
As I mentioned before, the battles feel slicker too, working more like the skirmishes in Sword & Shield.
And here’s a cool fact for the Poke fans out there. The director of the DS titles came back to make sure the Switch titles were spot-on.
Any game with Lucario in it is a winner in my book – that guy is a force to be reckoned with!
Super Mario Party is up next in this list of the best Nintendo Switch games of all time!
I can’t begin to tell you how many hours I’ve put into the Mario Party series over the years. Whether playing with my mum on an evening as a kid or challenging my mates to some multiplayer madness on the weekend, these games have provided serious value for money and some truly fun times.
While Mario Party 4 will always have a special place in my heart, Super Mario Party is undoubtedly the best title yet. It’s vibrant, the graphics are superb, and the addition of special dice to spice up character selection is a nice touch.
If you’ve never played a Mario Party game before, then it’s fair to say that you’ve never lived. They don’t just provide fun and friendly family entertainment; they create a platform to crush your friends in competitive mini games…
… because that’s what gaming is about, after all!
The premise is simple; move around a board by rolling a dice. Yes it’s a digital board game with a difference, and that difference is that Mario and pals can fire items at each other, call in allies, and collect coins.
Get the most stars and win the game. Play with up to 4 people in console mode and now stretch your audience far and wide with the new online mode!
Super Mario 3D All-Stars isn’t just a Nintendo Switch game… ok, it is, but its also a slice of Mario gaming history.
But, back in 2020, I finally got my wish, along with Super Mario Sunshine and Super Mario Galaxy. Three of the best Mario games ever made in one place, with updated graphics, and the ability to play on the go…
… does it get any better than that?
For those of you that haven’t played any of these games before, seriously; what is wrong with you? Super Mario 64 topped our best Mario games list, Sunshine is the reason so many people bought a GameCube, and Galaxy is the trippiest title I think I’ve ever played!
While all three games have received the Nintendo Switch treatment, Super Mario 64 is the only title not to play in widescreen mode. It still looks like the original, or how we remember it anyway, which is perfect for those nostalgic vibes.
And the best bit is that you can skip between them all without even getting out of the chair and changing discs! What a win!
The Legend of Zelda: Link’s Awakening takes the 16th spot in this list of the best Nintendo Switch games of all time. I went to pick this up while travelling around Italy in a camper van and couldn’t put it down!
This game was always a classic on the GBC. The story is different but feels oh so familiar at the same time, with other Nintendo enemies such as Goombas and Bloopers making cameos.
In the same way as Pokemon Let’s go Pikachu updated the classic Pokemon Red and Blue, this Nintendo Switch port has not only updated a terrific game, but it’s also made it more accessible for a new generation of gamers.
Instead of being based in the usual realm of Hyrule, Link washes ashore on Koholint Island. The same dungeon-crawling gameplay from the other early Zelda games aplies, though new features such as Dampe’s dungeon maker provide fans with a whole new way to play.
Koholint looks incredible with a new makeover and updated graphics. Ok, so it looks a little cutesy, but it’s not exactly a hack ‘n slash game after all. Collecting seashells to get new abilities adds an extra reason to keep playing, and the adventure itself is super engaging.
Once again, I could go on and on about Link’s Awakening. Any Zelda game is a winner in my book, and while I’ve played the game 100 times before on the GBC, the Switch version will always be one of the best Nintendo Switch games in my collection.
Ghost Of A Tale is another game that I bought on a whim and couldn’t put down. If side quests, collecting, and stealth are your bag, then this game needs to be on your wish list.
Players control Tilo, a minstrel mouse who has been captured by the rat guard and thrown in prison. Infiltrating the prisons infrastructure with the help of a cantankerous frog, a surly blacksmith, and a mysterious guard, Tilo must search for clues as to the whereabouts of his missing wife.
First of all, the graphics on this game are superb. Just check out that still above and the sheen on Tilo’s armour!
Secondly, the story is fantastic with lots of twists and turns around every corner. Collect different costumes to fool different characters and unlock new quests; delve into exciting locations such as caves, crypts, and forests; and throw bottles at rats.
Yeah, Tilo doesn’t have any weapons apart from bottles, but he looks like a real legend when he’s tootling around with his lantern! Zelda fans; you need this in your life.
For those of you that loved the original Pokemon Snap for the N64, New Pokemon Snap provides an updated experience with better graphics, improved controls, and more Pokemon.
Ever wanted to see Pokemon in their natural habitats rather than on the battlefield or just jumping out of Viridian Forest when you really want to be somewhere else?
Well, New Pokemon Snap sees players travelling in a special vehicle through tropical jungles and glistening ocean trails as they seek out Pokemon to add to their Photodex!
If loved playing the original, then the new game plays pretty much the same. Use delicious fruit and other items to lure Pokemon into shot and capture them in their day to day routine.
Get points for snapping interesting expressions, and make sure to travel through both the daytime and at night to snap those nocturnal Pokemon too!
Each course feels like a ghost train in the sense that you continually travel one way. You’ll have to play each level a fair few times to get the top scores, meaning that it’s certainly great value for money when it comes to replayability!
Listen, if you’re looking for a game that feels like an Army beasting, then this could be it!
Save the world from Titan attacks amongst endless destruction. Sounds good, right?
Do you love the battle for Zion in the Matrix or the best Godzilla games? If the answer is yes (as it should be) then you’ll enjoy blasting these insane enemies into the ground.
Beat back ginormous titans as you race against the clock to save the human race. It’s not like you’re their only hope or anything…
I’m a huge fan of post-apocalyptic games with war-torn vibes, and Attack on Titan is one of those epic tales that had me hooked within minutes. The graphics aren’t exactly what I’d call breathtaking, but the gameplay certainly is!
I couldn’t choose between Pokemon Sword & Shield, so I’m putting them both down.
Hey, it’s a two for the price of one – what’s not to love?
Every Nintendo Console has to have a cracking Pokemon game, and the Switch certainly doesn’t disappoint.
I’ve always been a huge fan of the 3D explorative Pokemon titles like Pokemon Colosseum, and having the chance to explore new lands through the original game and the DLC content with tonnes of pocket monsters along for the ride certainly made the Retro Dodo team very happy!
Everything about this game is perfect, from seeing Pokemon wandering around the Wild Area to dashing from place to place via your trusty bicycle.
Like Zelda: Link’s Awakening, it feels fresh and familiar in equal measure.
The different towns and cities in Pokemon Sword and Shield provide the scenes for many battles and hidden treasures. Venture from sleepy country villages through to desert paths and ice caverns in search of Pokemon to train and battle with.
This game would have gone further down this list if it wasn’t for Hop, the most annoying side character in the history of all games. That guy is one cocky son of a … well, he’s cocky, and he’s also no where near as good as you.
The berry system makes a return alongside new features such as camping and cooking for you and your Pokemon. Grab the DLC content and keep the game going with more legendary Pokemon to catch and even more side quests to solve!
Super Mario 3D World takes the 11th spot in this list of the best Nintendo Switch games of all time!
If you played the Wii U version, then there’s nothing much different between this and the original, bar characters running faster and some tougher bonus modes. That being said, it’s still a fantastic game in its own right and a credit to the Switch, especially as you can play on the go!
Play as Mario. Luigi, Peach, and Toad as they complete levels together! Grab mates to play co-op or go it alone, picking up exciting powers such as the Super Bell to unlock cat character abilities.
Everyone loves Cat Mario!
As with pretty much all Mario games, 3D world is a vibrant and energetic adventure with classic Mushroom Kingdom graphics. And, in true Nintendo fashion, four people can play in the same household and not just online.
Couch co-op will never die!
Expect lots of goomba stomping action and coin collecting through fast-paced side-scrolling levels. And the best part is that you don’t have to save Peach for once!
Yes, proving that she can be kick-ass when she’s not wasting time being captured, Peach runs, climbs, and cat scratches along with the others as they hurtle through the game.
And don’t forget to check out Bowser’s Fury too. It’s a shorter game than the main offering but looks absolutely fantastic, and boy is Bowser furious!
Get ready to have your mind blown by The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt: Complete Edition on Nintendo Switch!
We’re talking Geralt of Rivia, Poland’s fantasy prodigal son, taking on demons in both handheld and docked mode. What’s not to love?
This open world behemoth never ceases to amaze me whenever I turn it on. It’s fast and it’s furious, though Geralt could beat Vin Diesel into the ground any day of the week!
Seeing Andrezj Sapkowski’s protagonist on the Switch is a dream come true. Kill monsters, hunt ghouls, and explore stunning locations for items and enemies as you tick off missions.
Like all good open world games, running around aimlessly is also part of the fun!
Be careful when playing, however. Every action you make has a direct effect on how the rest of the game plays out. Choose your next move carefully!
Get ready for Mario to venture into more weird and wonderful worlds in Super Mario Odyssey. In this next entry in our best Nintendo Switch games list, he also heads into a place that looks remarkably like New York City, complete with yellow cabs and angry residents!
I know Link was the posterboy for the Switch and helped to sell the console, but Mario games have always grabbed people by the collar and made them spend their hard-earned cash.
Take one look at the level of detail in Super Mario odyssey and you’ll be reaching for your card without even realising it! With so many new worlds outside of the Mushroom Kingdom to explore via the Odyssey, you’ll have serious trouble ever putting it down!
Remember how much we loved Ezlo, the cantankerous hat that Link donned in the Minish Cap? Well, Mario has his own headgear sidekick now – Cappy!
Cappy is a talking hat that helps Mario reach new places, attack enemies, and take control of items and characters.
Become a moustachioed T-Rex, a moustachioed tank… basically anything plus a moustache.
There’s a cool new mechanic where you have to purchase clothes on each level using different coins. Some areas will only open up if you’ve bought the garb favoured by that world, while others are just to mix up Mazza’s wardrobe.
The Switch mixed up Zelda with BotW, and Odyssey certainly gave the Mario canon a much-needed shake-up too!
Hollow Knight takes the 7th spot on this list of the best Nintendo Switch games of all time. It’s a breathtaking side-scrolling adventure that takes all the classic elements of our favourite 2D games and marries them with beautiful animations,
I’m a huge fan of games that are borderline bizarre, and Hollow Knight is so far over the line that it could be a strange, lucid dream!
Gamers venture down into Hallownest, a mysterious and vast kingdom lost to the annals of history. Its citizens are mainly strange monsters and creepy insects, and it’s up to the little Hollow Knight to discover the secrets of this forgotten world.
Delve into a mushroom jungle, escape insects inside a city of bone, and find new and exciting abilities and powers to boost your characters skills along the way.
As a ‘Metroidvania’ style game, it’s no surprise that it bears similarities to 2D classics Metroid and Castlevania in game style. Wield a nail as a sword as you pit yourself against mammoth monsters that wouldn’t look out of place in R-Type!
With 3 million sales under its belt, this is undoubtedly one of the best Nintendo Switch games ever made…
… not bad for Kickstarter title, eh?
The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim is another game that speaks for itself. It was already one of the most critically acclaimed titles before it came to the Switch, winning over 200 different awards across the years.
Now, thanks to the Nintendo Switch, the epic title is now available to play on the go, on the bog, or on the sofa while docked into a TV.
And, true to form, Nintendo have included a new get up for Dragonborn to wear – Link’s Champion Tunic from Breath of the Wild, including the Hylian Shield and the Master Sword!
If you enjoyed BOTW, then experience one of the first visually exciting open-world adventures of all time. Go everywhere, do everything, challenge everyone, and be anyone. The possibilities are limitless and the storyline is sure to get every nerd’s pulse racing.
Players control Dragonborn, the chosen hero to combat the threat of the Dragons. You must traverse through the wilderness, slaying dragons, wielding insane weapons, and casting gnarly magical spells at opponents.
And, because everyone loves a DLC, the game comes with three additional add-ons for players to enjoy too. It’s the gift that keeps on giving!
Changing the formula up and bringing open world adventures to the world of Pokemon, Pokemon Legends: Arceus sees players taking to the Hisui region riding steeds and throwing hand crafted Poke balls at little roaming critters.
Yeah; it’s Pokemon, but not as you know it.
Thus far, the main Pokemon canon has largely revolved around heading between gyms and then a final challenge to test your strength. This time, Gamefreak have reinvented the wheel, adding in new features such as Space Time Distortions, Noble Pokemon, and crafting your own items.
Catching Pokemon is so much different too, with the ability to sneak up and throw balls at them in the wild without having to battle them first. You actually have to catch them unawares to get points in your new physical Pokedex – book!
In addition to the new play-style there’s new Pokemon, a chance to discover a whole new region, open world areas that provide some very powerful “challenges” and now, for the first time ever, you can get mounts.
Flying, climbing, riding Pokemon on water and digging up treasure is now a thing, all thanks to the mount mechanics.
And to add the cherry on top, the storyline is great, making you discover how you fell from the sky, and an attempt at catching some legendary Pokemon before the end credits.
This is one of the best Pokemon games to date.
Luigi’s Mansion 3 takes the 5th spot on this list of the best Nintendo Switch games of all time!
From the first moment that I turned this game on, I was transported back to 2002, twelve years old and sitting in front of my Gamecube. This series has been one incredibly popular with gamers of all ages due to its sense of humour, the (not so) spooky nature of the characters, and Luigi’s lovable persona.
Mario is old news, guys; Luigi’s where it’s at! If you’re looking for games like Luigi’s Mansion 3, then we have an article just for you.
Luigi, Mario, and the gang have been invited to a hotel for a complimentary stay. It soon turns out that the hotel is run by ghosts, and Luigi’s companions are soon trapped within paintings.
After finding the Poltergust 3000, Luigi must defeat all of the ghosts and save his friends. With a little help from the unflappable Professor E. Gadd, Luigi can wield new and exciting abilities including Gooigi, a slime version of the green wonder himself that can slip into pipes and through cracks!
It’s always nice to see Luigi in the spotlight, and these games never fail to put a smile on your face. They certainly take a degree of thought and are difficult at times, and there’s so many secrets to uncover you’ll still be playing it years after purchasing!
Does Mario Kart 8 Deluxe really need an introduction? We all loved it for the Wii-U, and the Switch Version game it that polished finish that has made it the best selling Nintendo Switch game thus far with 45.33 million sales!
The world’s most intuitive racing series loved by millions can now be played in handheld mode with wireless play and removable joycons for tabletop multiplayer.
There’s even an auto go and auto steer function if you’re new to gaming. All that’s left to do is hit that fire button and pump your opponents full of shells!
Mario Kart World Tour is a cool game, but there’s nothing like playing a bonafide Mario Kart title on the bus using a real console with all the feels and surprises we associate with this epic series.
The Deluxe port has all the same courses and characters as the Wii-U version with some extra’s thrown in for good measure. Play as the Inklings from Splatoon, check out new vehicles, and power along some epic tracks such as the Hyrule circuit!
Listen; there’s a reason why people love Mario Kart so much. From Super Mario Kart right though to Mario Kart 8, this series has provided us with a means of switching off and enjoying some simple, accessible fun no matterour gaming ability.
Let’s hope Mario Kart 9 drops sooner rather than later!
Super Smash Bros. Ultimate might not take the top spot in this list of the best Nintendo Switch games of all time, but it’s certainly the best brawler title in the world right now.
It’s also the biggest fighting title ever made too, with over 77 characters plus tonnes more being announced all the time from famous Nintendo franchises and beyond.
Play everywhere from the Mushroom Kingdom to Pokemon Stadiums, battling in key locations from all your favourite series.
Because who doesn’t want to see Banjo and Kazooie squaring off against the blockheaded dude from Minecraft.
Whether you’re a button-masher or a super-smasher, there are so many different ways to beat opponents in this fast paced game. It’s action like you’ve never experienced before… unless you’ve played any of the other Smash Bros. titles, that is…
And I still maintain that seeing ‘New Challenger Approaching’ is one of the most exciting screens on any game ever made too, especially with so many different fighters to keep track of!
I’m not gonna lie, I’m terrible at Smash Bros. whenever I play against my mates, which is why I sacked them all off and just play solo now instead!
Animal Crossing: New Horizons takes the penultimate spot in this list of the best Nintendo Switch games of all time! It’s been dubbed as one of the most relaxing games to get stuck into of all time, giving players a chance to escape the norm with good ‘ol Tom Nook.
Take a trip to a tropical island and enjoy a different type of freedom with anthropomorphic animals in this fantasy life-sim game. Make your own version of paradise and live the way you’ve always wanted… again, with talking animals at every turn.
It’s not just a case of saying ‘hey presto’ and kicking back though. Oh no; players have to craft their dreams ad work hard for them, creating tools in order to grow, build, and find natural resources.
As with other Animal Crossing titles, the seasons have a role to play in what can grow at specific times of the year. Certain things happen at night too, so playing at different times of the day (or non stop) is often recommended.
So many people bought this game through the coronavirus pandemic just to escape being locked down indoors. Still, thanks to the portable nature of the Nintendo Switch, you can carry on this epic adventure in the great outdoors now that the world is back to normal!
The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild is not only the best Nintendo Switch game of all time, but it’s also the best game I’ve ever played, period.
Strong words, I know, but still, I stand by it.
There’s a reason that the Switch shipped with a new Zelda game. Zelda sells consoles; it’s one of the greatest gaming franchises of all time, and Breath of the Wild brought things to the series that none of us ever thought possible.
Hyrule as your whole playground… who doesn’t like the sound of that!
The essence of what makes a Zelda game is still a dominant force behind the success of this title; solve puzzles, defeat big foes, and save the world. Now, however, players can climb anything, experience weather changes, wield new abilities, pick up mammoth weapons, and glide from great heights.
Cook food, craft items, and blow through weapons like there’s no tomorrow. Yes, you don’t just stick with one weapon or collect them through dungeons now. Pick them up from anywhere and steal them from enemies.
Oh yeah, it’s real warfare now folks. It’s a break new mechanic that make the game so much different and far more panicky when you’re playing against a tough opponent.
Plus wielding a bow while riding around never… ever gets old.
And let’s give a little shout out to some of the deadly enemies; the Hinoxes, Lynels, and Guardians. Guys, you’ve caused me to swear and shout more than any other enemies!
I’m also a huge fan of the shrine and spirit orb system, allowing players to choose which skillset, health or stamina, they upgrade too.
Seb Santabarbara has bought every Nintendo console that has ever been released in his 31 years on Planet Earth. His favourite game franchise is Zelda, and he’s patiently waiting for Banjo-Kazooie to come back to the fold. When he’s not playing games, he’s travelling the world in his self-converted camper van.