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Soapbox: 8 Nintendo 3DS Games We Want to See on the Switch



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We recently saw the last Wii U game that we wanted to see make the transition to the Nintendo Switch, another natural candidate for the port Nintendo 3DS, which is now far to dusk.

So, before we put the 3DS console into long-term storage, I began to think about which games from the vast library were feasible to move to the Switch, so that we could all continue to enjoy it anytime, anywhere.

This author has had mixed relationships with 3DS for years; not being the biggest fan of handheld games. I feel like I missed some 3DS games. Looking at the available game library, I have selected several titles that I want own welcome to the Nintendo Switch and, critically, is worthy.

Nintendo 3DS receives many games that are transported down for 3DS resolution, but only a few are ported go up to console resolution, like Evil Revelation Resident, which of course began his life on the 3DS. I'm not a game developer, so I can't be sure how realistic it is to port some of these games, but I can dream, okay?

It should also be noted at this point that the "no more ports" argument doesn't really make sense – if you don't want to buy the game port that you already have, you don't need to buy it. Often these ports are given to smaller studios or smaller teams in larger studios and can be a great way for new developers to learn a system, I don't believe they have a negative impact on the number of new game developed.

Metroid: Samus Returns (3DS)Metroid: Samus Returns (3DS)

Publisher: Nintendo / Developer: MercurySteam

Release date: Sep 15, 2017 (US) / Sep 15, 2017 (UK / EU)

My first choice is strong – Metroid: Samus Returns, "remake" from the original Metroid II Title of Game Boy. I feel it is one of those games worthy to be presented in 1080p on the big screen. Also, with Metroid Prime 4 on the Switch schedule, you can expect Nintendo to re-release a number of previous Metroid games, so why not start with this one?

That's my list. Now, obviously I have missed a number of games too dependent on dual screens, is it available (Mario Kart), or announced (Animal Crossing), in the Switch in one form or another, but if you have the choice to play some 3DS games on your Switch, which one do you want? Let us know in the comments below.


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