Assuming you can only buy one Switch game and play it for an average of an hour a day, I think there are a few games on the Switch that can do that. These games are Civilization 6, Jet Soldier 2, and Monster Hunter Rise.
"One more play and you'll go to sleep" is a phrase we've heard so often, and it's hard to prove whether it's from the Civilization series. But it's true that whenever the title Civ 6 comes up, the comment section is filled with this meme, and it's a great way to explain the game's appeal. If you're still worried, an IGN9.4 rating is a good guide.
Although there will be problems with the late Switch version, the actual impact is not too significant; after all, restarting the game can solve the problem. Add that you can pick it up anytime, anywhere, and that offsets the various Switch versions.
Unlike many scam ports, which didn't change it from the PC, the UI was redesigned for the console, and the font size was adjusted accordingly. Actions are also divided into touch screens and physical buttons, and the game can be played with either action at any time. This degree of transplantation can be said to be very conscientious.
While the exact fun of the game needs to be experienced, the short answer here is that the game allows the player to look at the history of human civilization from God's perspective. Over time, players can intuitively feel the development of culture and art, the change of ideology, the progress of technology, and the changes that these things have brought to human civilization. This kind of game gets an unprecedented shock in thinking, incomparable to film, television and literature work.
Jet Warrior 2
From 17 to now, once a day counts; I've played it thousands of times. Just by looking at my head, you can tell how much I love this work. Even though the 3rd generation will come out next year, it's safe to play for a year if you buy the 2nd.
Where is the beauty of this game? In the era of the WiiU, the first generation sold a total of 495 million units, and nearly one out of every two WiiU players bought a copy of Jet Soldier 1. The game's popularity is self-evident. The only game I can think of that gives both novice and expert players a sense of accomplishment is Jet Soldier 2.
Even if you're just good at it, you can still help your team win by smashing through the entire game (possibly), which can be a great accomplishment even for players who aren't very good at it. If hiding isn't enough for you, you can learn to use various weapons to fight your opponent. No matter what level you are at, you can find your fun.
Even if the game is fun, the production team is constantly updating and optimizing the balance. There have been several significant updates over the years, adding new weapons and skills, as well as the game's iconic fashion costumes. Even prepared a stand-alone special DLC, for fear that when the players do not have the network, they want to enjoy it but can not live. This keeps the player fresh at a high level and prevents them from abandoning the game due to aesthetic fatigue.
It's worth noting that the game runs at a solid 60 FPS for the online combat part, and to be honest, the frame rate is more important than picture quality at this point. A smooth, uninterrupted operating experience is an essential indicator of an FPS. So if I have a lazy afternoon at the cafe, I play until my battery runs out and I don't feel dizzy.
Many people probably don't like cartoon-style games, but as I get into middle age, I think more and more things that make me feel relaxed are suitable for me, so I don't have a particular preference for cartoons realistic games. The colour matching of this work is very bold, especially when the original painting style is very individual. After reading the popular cartoon wind, I look back at this work, which brightens my eyes.
Monster Hunter: Rise
This game is not full of graphics, and we all know why. Capcom, to take care of the older machines, had to reduce the resolution and save the framerates, with the only 540P in console mode and 720P in console mode. After all, Action Squat knows what an ACT can mean if it runs out of frames. Now that the functionality is seriously behind, Rise is good enough, and Xenoblade 2's epic 240P doesn't make you want to play.
The game takes a lot of the best from Monster Hunter World, with some evolution, such as a glider system. Also, there are several new monsters, and these new faces stick to the theme of the game and keep players happy. Of course, the return of Old Monsters is also inspiring, and the ability to revisit familiar monsters in higher definition modelling will be a killer attraction for veteran players.
This game also adds a list of monsters, which details the characteristics, habits and habitats of monsters, so that the whole game ecology is more three-dimensional. Among them, the ink painting style is exquisite, very appreciative value.
In terms of action, some new moves have been added to World of Monster Hunter, which allow players to attack strategy. This is very exciting for old players because these weapons haven't been updated in many years, and people who haven't played World of Monster Hunter are tired. Good now, much new move, can learn to study one time again.
The game gives the player a lot of customization, including but not limited to various perspectives such as near and far, tracking habits, etc. There are also operational Settings, such as button customization. This is nice for players like me who have a particular pattern because I'm used to using ZL and ZR to control the camera. (Those of you who have used a 3DS prosthetic and a bow know that.) Although there was a similar setup in previous generations, the Rise has much more customizable content.
There may be some old-timers who haven't played the series since XX because Monster Hunter World still requires a certain threshold, and not everyone has a console or computer in their room. So Rise of the Monster Hunter is the most evolved game in many veteran monster hunters' history. Not to mention the change in attack strategy caused by the variety of weapon moves, there is now a feather worm that makes the operating space from 2D to 3D. The open-world map also makes the game experience more perfect, seamless play strange do not have to read the carefree feeling of the plate, are worth the old player delicate taste.
Of course, many games kill time, and everyone has different game habits. Please introduce your favourite games in the comments section so that you can have a reference.