The switch has a lot to offer, but a major drawback seems to be the relatively limited disk space of the system for storing games. The maximum is only 32 GB, and considering that this number also includes the operating system, you really only have about 25 GB of storage space. While most games are unlikely to cause any problems, some titles can quickly take up all the space.
Many third-party publications can consume half the system capacity. For example, a game like Dragon Quest Heroes claims the full 32GB of storage. You could go the way of the physical cassette, but not all games are available that way due to space limitations.
So how can you play a decent amount of games without running out of memory, especially as Nintendo promotes digital downloads? A simple solution is to archive the games you no longer play. You've probably already played Super Mario Odyssey. So why not archive? This will remove the game data from your console while preserving the saved files.
There are several ways to archive a game. When you are in the main menu, highlight a game and press the "+" button. Then select Manage Software> Archive Software from the drop-down list. You can also do this in System Preferences> Data Management and then choose between Quick Archive and Manage Software.
Quick archiving shows which games you played the least and uses the most memory. Manage Software brings you to a list of games on your system that you can click and manage individually.
When you archive a game, it stays on the menu screen so you can easily access it without taking up any space on your console. If you ever want to play again, just download the game again.
You can only save the data by placing games on a microSD card.