Just a few weeks ago, Spotify started showing its users their personalized “Wrapped” stats; the music they listened to and for how long. Other services do the same, and Nintendo has also gotten in on the action too. You can view your Nintendo Switch Year in Review stats as of right now.

The Nintendo Switch Year in Review (or Switch Wrapped as I feel like calling it) is a website that displays all of your gameplay statistics for the year. This includes what your favorite publisher has been, the number of hours you played, the number of games you played and your most-played titles by means of hours.

The website also includes a breakdown of how many hours you clocked into your console on a month-by-month basis and the number of My Nintendo Gold Points you’ve collected (which are earned from purchases). Additionally, the site will also compare your stats from 2019 to now (if available).

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Game-wise, 2020 was great

My Switch stats have counted 114 hours (with the highest being 20 in November), and 44 games. Apparently, my favorite publisher is Nintendo; but that’s thanks to me putting in a decent amount of hours into the Nintendo-published sleeper-hit Good Job! earlier on in the year. My other top titles are Railway Empire, Clubhouse GamesConstruction Simulator 3 and Rollercoaster Tycoon 3 — all of which are titles that I’ve reviewed for Nintendo Enthusiast.

Overall, I’d say my time with the Switch during 2020 has been really fun. With the year being so chaotic, it’s been nice to kick-back and enjoy a number of different games from a variety of publishers. Some were amazing, others not so much. I also recently got into Nintendo Labo last month, which explains the large uptick in hours played. I can’t believe I skipped it for all these years!

What are your Switch statistics for 2020? First, check them out here and then let us know down below in the comments.

A.K Rahming
Having been introduced to video games at the age of 3 via a Nintendo 64, A.K has grown up in the culture. A fan of simulators and racers, with a soft spot for Nintendo! But, he has a great respect for the entire video game world and enjoys watching it all expand as a whole.

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