Nintendo is achieving with Nintendo Switch what seemed impossible if we remember what happened with the previous Wii and Wii U: a stronger support for your console, and that there are still reluctant companies, like EA.
The case that has caught our attention is that of Blizzard, which at the end of 2018 broke a curse with the Great N that had lasted almost 20 years, since that conversion of the mythical Starcraft for Nintendo 64 released in the year 2000. The last surprise? That Overwatch for Nintendo Switch.
That is why we are optimistic when it comes to seeing more conversions to the fashion console, although some will arrive with the inevitable downgrade of graphic quality, such as The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt. But that's not important. The important thing is that your catalog is expanded with recognized essentials.
We start by Borderlands, the game that started this saga that is told by millions of users worldwide. It is obvious that the Gearbox Software team is losing an essential market as it has not yet published any chapter of these Camera Finders. Of course, you have to be realistic: for now it is unfeasible to get Borderlands 3 on Nintendo Switch, partly because of that improved performance on PC, PS4 and Xbox One. The most reasonable thing would be to launch a pack with the first chapter and what came next with that Borderlands: A Very Beautiful Collection. Would be handsome.
Here we are facing a case similar to the previous one, except for the fact that yes there were several Batman Arkham on Nintendo consoles, but obviously none on Switch. We talked about two deliveries for Wii U (Batman Arkham City Y Batman Arkham Origins) and one for Nintendo 3DS (Batman Arkham Origins – Blackgate), so it would not be far-fetched to think that one day a lot could be announced with most of the saga, except for the last one (Batman Arkham Knight) as demanding as it would be for Switch. The most viable? At least that pack called Batman: Return to Arkham.
This same year Ubisoft was surprised to announce the remastering of Assassin's Creed III for Nintendo Switch, being the first in the Creed saga to make the leap to that console. The following will be Assassin's Creed IV: Black Flag Y Assassin's Creed: Rogue within Assassin's Creed: The Rebel Collection, so it would be a good time for the gala company to announce some Far Cry for Nintendo Switch before closing 2019. Which one could best fit here? Probably the classic Far cry 3, having received a remastering last year on the occasion of Far cry 5.
It is quite strange that Square Enix has taken "minor" titles from its saga Kingdom Hearts for Nintendo laptops. Four games, specifically: one in Game Boy Advance, two in Nintendo DS and one in 3DS. It wasn't until recent Kingdom Hearts III when he enjoyed a cross platform launch (PS4 and Xbox One). Why are the first two chapters still exclusive to PlayStation consoles (from their origins on PS2 to remasters for PS3 and PS4) without a trace of other systems? With the saga Final Fantasy has begun to yield pulling classics, from the chapter VII until the XII (except the XI); available on current platforms.
Beyond the strange thing that turns out that some has not yet been confirmed Tekken for Nintendo Switch (Wii U had Tekken Tag Tournament 2), we can not ignore that the other great fighting saga of Bandai Namco has not been released on Nintendo Switch. We refer, of course, to SoulCalibur. Has anyone forgotten GameCube's memorable SoulCalibur II with Link as an exclusive guest? His remastering for PS3 and Xbox 360 recovered Spawn and Heihachi on both consoles, but nothing from Link. It is said soon, but (if we ignore the expendable spin-off SoulCalibur Legends for Wii) Since then he has not stepped on a Nintendo console. We still don't lose hope that SoulCalibur VI I got to Switch …
Life is Strange
Life is Strange It is one of the best graphic adventures of modern style, with that episodic nature that both popularized the missing Telltale Games studio. DONTNOD gave life to a franchise with a lot of potential that already has two more adventures (Life is Strange: Before the Storm and the recent Life is Strange 2, yet to finish), so we still do not understand how it is possible that it came out on PlayStation and Xbox systems, apart from PCs and mobile devices (Android and iOS) and nothing from Nintendo. What would molar a special lot with Life is Strange and Before the Storm?
There are more popular PC, PS4 and Xbox One sagas that aren't on Switch and that we have mentioned on other occasions, such as GTA or tomb Raider. Of all of them, which ones do you most desire? watch on Nintendo Switch?