Poll: get your votes for Nintendo’s game of the decade

As the third digit of the Gregorian calendar year prepares to drop from 1 to 2, now is a great time to look back over the past ten cycles and start calculating and compiling our picks for Nintendo games of the decade. Nintendo has really been on a rollercoaster ride during this time, starting with the heights of the Wii and DS era, plunging into the slow start of the 3DS and general disappointments in Wii U sales before picking up sharply and falling. back up with continued support for the growing 3DS family and most recently with the incredible success of Switch.

Looking back, it’s clear that through these ups and downs Nintendo has consistently released great games no matter what platform it is, and we would love your help in putting the 50 best Nintendo games of the past decade together. . Similar to our previous Nintendo Life player lists, this ranking will be governed by user ratings of games in the Nintendo Life Games Database.

In order to rate your favorites and “vote” we have implemented the tool below to save you from having to click through countless game pages. If you know the game you are looking for, fantastic – simply type the name in the search bar and click on the star to rate it from 1 to 10 as it deserves. Alternatively, clicking on one of the tabs at the top will allow you to browse the games by year.

By default, games are sorted by review score in descending order, but typing “sort: title” (without the speech marks) in the search bar will sort them alphabetically. Once you’ve voted, we’ll put the results together to create the 50 Best Nintendo Games of the Decade. Beautiful!

If you’ve rated a game in the past, you obviously don’t need to rate it again – but if there are games from previous years that you haven’t marked, use the tool above and help us compile the best Nintendo games of the past ten years.

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We will publish the results at the end of the year – in the meantime, thank you for voting! Let us know your predictions and how the decade isn’t technically over until the end of next year below, and we’ll see you after Christmas with the results.

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