The Nintendo Switch has been getting some fantastic titles as of late. You can add several games from the <em>Resident Evil<\/em> series to that list. As of May 21,\u00a0<em>Resident Evil 0<\/em>, <em>Resident Evil 1<\/em>, and <em>Resident Evil 4<\/em> all will be coming to the Switch according to Capcom.\r\n\r\nThese are must-play titles for any gamer, even if you're not that familiar with the\u00a0<em>Resident Evil<\/em>\u00a0series. The original is where it all started. Originally released for the PlayStation back in 1996, this survival-horror game is an instant classic. Sure, the graphics don\u2019t hold up to well compared to those in the remake of <em>Resident Evil 2<\/em>, but the original has a lot of charm.\r\n\r\nIt revolutionized the way survival horror games were played back in the day. The mansion is still pretty creepy to explore, and a lot of strategy is involved in collecting items and weapons. Being able to play it on the Switch \u2013 a portable system \u2013 should make for some terrifying, fun moments.\r\n\r\n<em>Resident Evil 0<\/em> was the fifth major installment in the <em>Resident Evil<\/em> series, which was originally released for the GameCube back in 2002. The game takes place before the events that occurred in <em>Resident Evil 1<\/em>, where Rebecca Chambers takes center stage. She\u2019s forced to team up with a con she was originally tracking, Billy Cohen, as their train is overtaken by zombies.\r\n\r\nThis isn\u2019t the best game of the franchise, but there is a lot to love. The relationship between Billy and Rebecca is particularly interesting. Unlike previous games, you can switch between Billy and Rebecca at any point. This capability highlights the importance of cohesion and dependency on AI to fight off zombies.\r\n\r\nThen there\u2019s <em>Resident Evil 4<\/em>, one of the most popular series in the franchise. Many have been waiting for such a great throw-back title to make it to the Switch, and Resident Evil 4 certainly is this game. Released for GameCube in 2005, this sixth installment finally lets players control Leon Kennedy with well-balanced mechanics. There\u2019s a bit of everything, from constant combat sequences to short puzzles to solve. The graphics hold up pretty well too considering the game is more than a decade old.\r\n\r\nIf you haven\u2019t had the chance to play any of these <em>Resident Evil<\/em> classics, now\u2019s the perfect time on the Switch. You can kill zombies on the go or defeat viscious bosses on the big screen. Nintendo is truly hitting a home run with these latest additions to their already impressive Switch library.