The World Ends With You: Final Remix is a decent enough ARPG and is probably a genre that the Switch really needs more of, but the fantastic soundtrack alone isn’t enough to warrant the new release price tag the game currently carries.
If you enjoy the anime and or manga and if you’re looking for a fairly decent arena fighter to jump in to, I think you’ll find a lot to enjoy with My Hero One’s Justice. Just make sure you’re not expecting EVO level fighting or mechanics.
All said, both Persona 5: Dancing in Starlight and Persona 3: Dancing in Moonlight are fine additions to any library, most especially those who enjoy rhythm games and the more hardcore fans of the Shin Megami Tensei: Persona series.
If you were a fan of the original, you will most definitely enjoy all that Torna has to offer. If you have the expansion pass, you already have this expansion at your disposal. If not, Torna is very much worth a pick up and I highly recommend doing so.
I stand firmly by my assertion that Mega Man 11 is the best of the Mega Man series and is a great game for anyone to pick up if they're looking for a fun game to pick up and enjoy. So please, by all means, pick up Mega Man 11 and get equipped with greatness!
It's the kind of fighting game you can pull out when friends who might not be masters at the genre come over. The game is pretty good however, at teaching new players a lot of the basics of the fighting game genre and is extremely easy to pick up and have fun with.
If you're not the type to shy away from a game that doesn't take itself too seriously while tantalizing the player, it's probably worth the 10 dollars, especially when the planned DLC characters are eventually launched. I just probably wouldn't play this game around younger children, jealous significant others, or puritan parents. They'll probably give you strange looks.
If you want a cute little puzzle game to sink a couple of dozen hours of relatively enjoyable gameplay in to, by all means, pick up Captain Toad. It is a solid game well worth the price point. But it is mostly meant for the hard core Nintendo fan or the younger crowd.
As a stand alone game or as an entrance to the series, I would highly recommend skipping this saccharine walk through half realized ideas.
It's worth a playthrough just to see the dynamic between father and son and how well-crafted the world is, just don't expect much in the way of an actual story and be prepared for all questions you may have while playing to be thrown back at you at the very end of the adventure.
Overall, if you've watched the anime, you won't get anything else out of this game other than the fun (and it really is fun) of killing Titans. If you're a newcomer to the series or have only played the first game, Attack on Titan 2 will get you fully caught up with the story to date outside of the manga.