As one of the few free-to-play titles on the eShop, Warframe offers up an excellent experience already proving popular with a huge number of players worldwide. After waking from cryosleep, ancient warriors from the Tenno race find themselves at war against the many factions of a planetary system.
That's not the best thing to wake up to, but with a host of powerful Warframes, weapons, and abilities, you're ready to dive right into battle. Better yet, you can approach the fight however it suits you, whether that's guns a'blazing or stealthy as a shadow.
Take part in 4-v-4 fights and get stuck into loads of different weapons, items, and stages while you're at it. Control your Inklings in the heat of battle through a variety of game modes, the most popular of which is Turf War. If covering the most ground in your team's colour isn't up your alley, there are plenty of other modes to choose from too.
There are also regular Splatfests held online where Pearl and Marina will reveal the Turf War themes and tell you to pick a side for the fight. You don't have to take part in these, of course, but they're always good fun.
Read our review of Splatoon 2 here.
Wolfenstein II: The New Colossus
Wolfenstein II: The New Colossus was a surprising but welcome addition to Nintendo Switch when it was revealed, showing that the Switch wasn't all fluff and adorable characters. Playing as BJ Blazkowicz, you'll fight through various areas of post-apocalyptic America to liberate its people from The Regime.
Besides being an epic FPS, it's got an engaging story which you can dive into at home or on the go. Though, maybe keep an eye out for any eagerly-watching children on the train.
You can check out our review of it here.
As far as unique concepts go, Immortal Redneck has some interesting ideas. You play as a redneck tourist after waking up, mummified, in ancient Egypt with no idea what's going on or how you got there. To find the truth, you need to get inside three heavily-guarded pyramids which won't exactly be a breeze… but that's the fun, isn't it?
FPS with roguelike elements, Immortal Redneck offers up twitchy, fast-paced gameplay that'll give you a decent challenge without being punishingly hard. With a huge skill tree, over 50 weapons, huge bosses, over 35 enemies, nine playable classes, scroll modifiers, and more, you'll not be getting bored anytime soon.
Like Wolfenstein, DOOM was another FPS game that players were surprised to see on the Switch line-up at first. With concerns over the high graphical demand of its PC and console versions and mature rating, DOOM made an easy transition to the Switch and is tons of fun to play.
Playing as a solo DOOM Marine, it's up to you to stop hordes of demons from taking over the Union Aerospace Corporation's facility on Mars. To do that you're going to need some big guns and even bigger – er – bullet stashes. Oh, and if you think the game's difficulty isn't quite enough for you, there's always the Ultra-Nightmare mode where things are hellish and death is very, very permanent.
Read what we thought of DOOM right here.