Stardew Valley Switch Is this the perfect platform for our favourite farming sim? Maybe so. We’ve sunk many more hours into building our blueberry empire here than we ever did on PC or console. Docking the Switch to plan crop formations on the big screen works well, while handheld mode is ideal for zoned-out fishing sessions in front of the TV: Joy-Con rumble feedback on bites means we barely even have to look at the screen. Bliss. Destiny 2 PC With three console characters at or near the level cap, and Destiny 2’ s endgame offering little to lure us back, we feared we were done. Then along came the PC version, with its uncapped framerates, 4K visuals and HDR support. We won’t be here for long, but if this is to be it for us and Destiny 2 until the DLC arrives, at least we’re finally seeing it in the best possible light. Super Mario Odyssey Switch One of the very few notes of sadness that comes with getting games early is not being part of the excited conversation on launch day; you miss the hype train entirely, because you got to your destination weeks earlier. We’re still playing, of course. We’ll be playing this one for a while, in fact. And in the meantime, while we may not be talking about it with the rest of you, rest assured we’re reading as much as we can.