#Nintendo is arguably considered the king of innovation in the gaming industry. The company has made some #Creative consoles over the past few years like the 3DS, Wii, and the Switch which all have their certain functions that make them stand out from the competition. Similarly, Nintendo has also found ways to put their spin on certain genres to give it some new life. There's a reason why they're strict with their creative content, and it isn't hard to see why. With that being said, here are some of the most creative #Games Nintendo has made.

1. 'Splatoon'

Shooting games are often way too gruesome for kids to play. Titles like "Call of Duty," "Halo," and "Gears of War" are pretty popular, but a bit too violent for Nintendo's target audience.

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In order to bring the shooter genre to their level, they made the "Splatoon" franchise which takes a less brutal spin on the shooting genre. Here, players take control of inklings and usually duke it out in a large open field. Instead of bullets, you have access to ink that you use to paint the ground and splat enemies. One of the most popular modes is called Turf War where the main priority isn't to kill, but instead cover as much of the field with your team's paint. The game became extremely popular to the point where Nintendo has even made a sequel for it on the Switch.

2. 'ARMS'

Unlike shooters, fighting games are a bit less hostile despite the ongoing violence. As long as it isn't something like "Mortal Kombat," this genre is a bit easier to play with the family as there really isn't anything too bloody or gory.

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As for Nintendo, they decided to put their own little twist on the fighting game genre and created "ARMS" for the Switch. This is a motion controlled fighter where players can use the joycons to land punches and guard in the game. The game's art style is quite vibrant, and characters usually have some spiral limb that extends and acts as their weapon.

3. 'The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild'

The Zelda series has always followed a standard formula, but Nintendo had been trying to do something new over the recent years. Their latest installment on the Wii U and Switch, "Breath of the Wild," was a big step up for the series as it scrapped most of its mechanics to create an epic new adventure. In terms of open world games, "Breath of the Wild" sets a new standard as it lacked the typical glitches and had amazing physics that allows players to do whatever they want.