Minecraft is the best example of a game that feels perfectly suited for Switch. It’s a generation-defining game, with an appeal that’s inarguably wider than any other in the medium (it’s arguably the best-selling game of all time, depending on how Tetris’s sales are measured.)
There was an excellent, feature-loaded version for consoles and PC, and there was a lighter, more portable version for mobile. In choosing either, a sacrifice to quality or portability had to be made — until the Switch port arrived.
What makes this match perfect is best summarized in IGN’s Minecraft Switch Edition review: “The Switch Edition of Minecraft takes the appealing portability of Minecraft Pocket Edition and adds the precise, comfortable controls of a console.”