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Games that do not exist for Nintendo Switch and that we would like to see one day

The Nintendo Switch catalog is precisely its strong point. The Big N console has come to move titles that seemed almost impossible, as is the case with The Witcher 3 or even Crysis Remastered. However, since we are real greedy people, and we only want to play lying on the couch, here are 5 games (6 more like) that we do not have on Switch, but that we would like to see come to portable at some point.

Soul Hackers 2

This is one of the weirdest cases we have on Switch. Soul Hackers 2 it’s a game of Atlus what is a spinoff from Shin Megami Tenseiwhose latest titles have been published exclusively for Nintendo consoles. At the end of August, the second installment of Soul Hackers came out for new generation consoles and PC. No sign of Nintendo Switch. It is curious, because its predecessor came out only for Nintendo 3DS. Graphically, the title is not much more demanding than Shin Megami Tensei Vso it is quite strange that the Switch release of this title was not even considered in the beginning.

Soul Hackers 2 is a game of the RPG genre with cyberpunk setting. It is focused on the same combat system press-turn of SMT and Person. In it, we will put ourselves in the role of Ringo, an agent of Aion. We will be an artificial being designed by and to avoid the end of humanity.

Pokémon Colosseum / XD – HD Version or Remaster

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It was quite a detail that Nintendo brought to Switch such an underrated GameCube title as Super Mario Sunshine. It is worth that the marketing move of Super Mario 3D All Stars It wasn’t particularly clean, but at least we were able to play the game on a laptop. And it is that it is a bit absurd that Nintendo has not released some of its best gamecube games remasteredalthough this would give for a separate post.

But the thing does not stop there. It seems that for The Pokémon Company and Nintendo, pokemon colosseum Y Pokémon XD: Dark Tempest they never existed. A pity, because the two titles are by far the two best Pokémon spin-offs.
With a few minor graphic tweaks and an update to the meta gamethey tended a couple of round games.

stray

Stray.

You don’t have to be a marketing expert to conclude that stray and Nintendo Switch would make a great marriage. Annapurna Interactive’s crawler game seems designed for the handheld and its audience. However, the studio signed a one-year exclusive contract with Sony.

The positive part of this matter is that nothing is lost. Once time has passed, we may see a version of this game for Nintendo Switch. In the meantime, wait and cross your fingers.

Star Wars: Jedi Fallen Order

Three years ago, Electronic Arts gave folder to the Nintendo Switch with Jedi Fallen Order. Respawn’s game was a complete success, and the studio is already preparing its sequel.

Now that the Nintendo Switch has sold more than 100 million units and is on track to be one of the best-selling consoles in history, Electronic Arts should reconsider its initial idea. It is never late if happiness is good. Y Star Wars: Jedi Fallen Order is a very good title. Added to the success of Obi-Wan Kenobithe Disney+ series set at the same time as this game, it is possible that only the video game will be sold.

The Legend of Zelda: Twilight Princess HD

The Legend of Zelda: Twilight Princess HD

They brought it to Wii U, but we have never been able to play it on Nintendo Switch. Considering the amount of time that has passed since the release of breath of the wild until i get out Tears of the Kingdom next year, it’s weird that Nintendo didn’t want to fill that gap with a game they’ve already made that’s also a great Zelda game.

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