1. Monster Hunter: Rise
This game follows a very simple but never trivial structure: each mission requires you to defeat or capture bigger and bigger monsters to upgrade your gear and unlock weapons that are as flashy as they are deadly. The last chapter of Nintendo switch, called Rise, takes us back in time to feudal Japan, where we will have to defend the town of Kamura from the constant attacks of the raging beasts that surround it and satisfy the requests of the locals in difficulty.
2. League of Legends: Wild Rift
The famous MOBA for PC has finally arrived on Android and iOS in a modified version to suit the needs of mobile devices. Unlike its computer counterpart, in fact, Wild Rift hosts much shorter and more intense games, also thanks to the fact that the towers that protect the Nexus and inhibitors have been removed. If you like to compete and constantly improve as a player, this is the title for you.
3. Mario Golf: Super Rush
The pet Nintendo he has decided that the time has come to return to sport: golf, in particular. To the classic precise and never banal gameplay of previous versions of the game, Nintendo seems to have added numerous modes to the formula for solo or multiplayer play. In particular, the one dedicated to Speed Golf seems very interesting, a version of the sport in which whoever enters the hole first wins regardless of the number of strokes they make.
4. Magic: The Gathering Arena
The historic Magic cards have finally reached mobile devices with the video game of Wizards of the Coast definitive. Inside are all the latest trading card game games that you can also find on store shelves, a host of constantly updated challenges and events, and the ability to play more specific modes such as draft, sealed. and fight. Without a doubt one of the best digital card games out there.
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