Nintendo Switch Sports was released for the Switch, on April 29 2022. It's main focus is to cash in on the same success that Wii Sports had on the Nintendo Wii. However, as much as Nintendo try to reinvent the Wii Sports to the modern era, it was not as great or exciting as I hoped it would be, despite first being interested in the trailers.
Out of the box we have six games to play on Nintendo Switch Sports. Tennis, Bowling, Chambara (Swordplay), Soccer, Volleyball and Badminton. Alreday, 3 games in this list are very similar to one another, Tennis, Badminton and Volleyball. There is not really a great sense of variety in all these games, although Golf is confirmed to be added to the game in the next couple of months, however it sounds like Nintendo are trying to force out "Animal Crossing New Horizons" style updates which was very frustrating and New Horizons is still not a completely finished game which lacks content from previous Animal Crossing games. The development for the updates also ended abruptly, despite Nintendo aiming at a couple of years of future updates.
Tennis, Badminton and Volleyball are sports that roughly use the same control scheme. Let's talk about Tennis first.
Soccer is a newer addition to the Switch Sports series but feels kind of clunky. A lot of people don't seem to like this one either. Does the ball, for example really have to be that big? There are also a lot of clunky trick controls you have to do in order to score goals and get points. It really isn't great.