The Nintendo Switch has proved to be a solid console since it launched back in March. Nintendo’s latest console provides players with the option of playing on-the-go or docking the unit to play on the TV. As of now, the Switch still has a limited gaming library. Games like “Breath of the Wild” and “Splatoon 2” are amazing games, but aren’t enough to sway everyone into buying a Switch. That said, here are some upcoming Switch games that will release before the end of 2017.

Super Mario Odyssey

The latest installment in the “Mario” franchise will be arriving later this month on the Switch.

Super Mario Odyssey” is an open-world video game wherein Mario must embark on another adventure to rescue Princess Peach. This time, he teams up with a cap named Cappy and explores the world on a flying top hat ship. In order to travel between kingdoms, Mario must collect Power Moons scattered across the land to power up his ship. The game will also include some other cool features, including the ability to “capture” people and monsters by throwing Cappy on their head. “Super Mario Odyssey” is one of the most highly-anticipated Switch games and it’s easy to see why.

Fire Emblem Warriors

This spinoff “Fire Emblem” game unites various iconic heroes from the franchise for one grand adventure. While there aren't any tactical turn-based battles, core features like support conversations, permadeath, and a leveling system will be included.

Gameplay revolves around the typical musou style wherein players will control one unit on the battlefield that can wipe out plenty of enemies with just a few hits. Famous characters like Corrin, Robin, Ryouma, and Xander will be part of the playable cast. Meanwhile, “Fire Emblem Warriors” also introduces new heroes like Rowann and Lianna.

The game is slated to release this Oct. 20 for the Nintendo Switch and New 3DS.

Stardew Valley

The mega-hit farming game, “Stardew Valley,” will finally be ported over to the Nintendo Switch later this week. Here, players control their own avatar who inherits their late grandfather’s farm in a small town called Stardew Valley.

The game takes many cues from “Harvest Moon” games as fans can farm, fish, mine, participate in events, and even marry villagers. Moreover, the Nintendo Switch version will be getting the multiplayer patch first next year. “Stardew Valley” is the perfect game for unwinding after a long day. The Switch version is coming this week on Oct. 5.