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MrSandMan17

What ports and remakes would you like to see on Switch?

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As stated juts wondering what game ips, titles and potential ports or remakes people might want to see on switch, many upcoming or have been done

but are there any titles anyone else can think of that they'd really want.

Specifically any games or titles that never were ported or remade after only being released on one platform?

Iv stated some ips before like Eternal Darkness.

Latest I can think of is a classic I love being Panzer Dragoon , Orta  originally on 360 but with emulation for 360 being hardly touched and 

backward compatibility limited I think it would be an ideal port or remake and a shame to let such a great game go to waste....

With that said Im biased since I love on rail shooters. 

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I was on a flight today, playing around with Pinball FX3 (seriously, somehow I got hooked on these pinball games) when the guy next to me took interest in it. He wanted to know about PilotWings for the Switch and YES!! I so want to be able to play PilotWings while on a flight. A new game in the series is long overdue. PilotWings Resort (what little I played on the 3DS) felt like it lacked content. The original on the SNES was amazing fun, even if it was not much more than a tech demo. But I had countless hours invested into my copy of PilotWings 64 just cruising around the country in my bird suit. 

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TMS#FE port would be cool. Too many people didn't get to play this amazing game because it was on the Wii U...

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I want Fallout3 or 4. And since Bethesda did Skyrim I don't think it is out of the realm of possibility. 

 

I also want Zone of the Enders or a Metal Gear in the worst way. MGS: The Twin Snakes that came out for Gamecube would be perfect.  I could die a happy gamer.

 

#kojima4life #MGS #snaaaaake!

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Definitely an open-world Pokemon Snap with on-rail sections.  Although I guess I'd prefer a follow-up than a "remake".  

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Ah yh pokemon snap I want that too and I agree I think it would benefit alot of companies to go back to classic Ips and try to make use of them, easier said than done I know...

Look at poor Golden Axe and its reboot on 360... on second thought lets forget that xD 

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Great games ya'll mentioned above ^^

I definitely want to see more shooters and multiplayer games with replay-ability. I know they are not everyones 'cup of tea' but games like Call of Duty - which are great if you have 5minutes and want to unleash a world of pain onto some poor saps online!

With Payday 2 coming, I'd REALLY love if Ubisoft were to bring Rainbow Six Siege to the switch. I love tactical shooters that are slower paced - that game is so bloody addictive!

We also need more open world RPG games because who doesn't love getting immersed into entire worlds. We DEFINITELY need more fighting games like Soul Calibur, Tekken and Dead or Alive. I was actually playing the DoA Dimensions demo on 3DS last week and was blown away by the graphics and gameplay!

I'd love to see more racing games like the F1 series, Dirt, Project Cars, Assetto Corsa.... buuuuuuut there's no analog triggers on the Switch which would make racing games less enjoyable. So Nintendo if you are listening - please create some joycons with analog triggers for us racing fans.... 

Sorry for the hastily written reply, I will make a proper list of games I'd like to see later! Keep the ideas coming guys

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^ And an actual dpad option for when fighting games and more platformers are out, just saying I know a separate controllers available but still 4 buttons cannot compare to a good old Nintendo D-pad. Least for me it is.

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10 minutes ago, MrSandMan17 said:

^ And an actual dpad option for when fighting games and more platformers are out, just saying I know a separate controllers available but still 4 buttons cannot compare to a good old Nintendo D-pad. Least for me it is.

^^^ this for sure! I don't see why they haven't released joycons with d-pads already? If we don't hear about any by the time E3 is over I'll take things into my own hands and mod mine with atomic purple casings, famicon buttons and yep a beautiful d-pad! It's been done and is quite easy actually.

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I’d really like to try Street Fighter 5. However, there is no way I’d buy a system for just a fighting game. I know it’s an exclusive, so I’d be happy with a SF4 or Capcom vs SNK 2 port.  

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3 hours ago, Fiscus said:

Also F-Zero. Definitely F-Zero.

Fast RMX is basically F-Zero and even has the same announcer as F-Zero GX. It's a good game and worth the $20 that Shin'en wants for it.

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1 hour ago, MrMischief said:

Fast RMX is basically F-Zero and even has the same announcer as F-Zero GX. It's a good game and worth the $20 that Shin'en wants for it.

Fast RMX is a good game, forgot I had it! Thanks for reminding me - haven't played since March last year xD

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Now that I think about it wouldn't both Night into Dreams and Space Channel 5 fit right at home on the switch, I bet the switches joy con sensors could be put to great potential there considering very few games up to this point have tried besides the tech demo that is 1-2 Switch; games because this one sucks...

Sorry that wasn't necessary but damn that game was overpriced for what it was. "1-2 Switch" 

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4 hours ago, Shawn Marcy said:

One of the WarioWare games, or even Wario world.

WarioWare NEEDS to be on the Switch, I think.  There's so much potential.

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4 minutes ago, Potatogun said:

WarioWare NEEDS to be on the Switch, I think.  There's so much potential.

I think i ave the perfect name for a new WarioWare game if it happens: WarioWare Switched

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24 minutes ago, Fiscus said:

Wouldn't the motion work for a Punch Out!! game?

I dont  see why not? Could implement the joy cons like the Wii so you can move with the punches ect. Sounds like a plan afterall I really liked the remake on Wii for punch out 

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Excite Bike? Another Nes remix or something like that and did anyone else like Wii u land ? Bring it back somehow.

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On 2/26/2018 at 9:26 AM, MrSandMan17 said:

I dont  see why not? Could implement the joy cons like the Wii so you can move with the punches ect. Sounds like a plan afterall I really liked the remake on Wii for punch out 

I wonder if we got ARMS instead of Punch Out. I sure hope not, because ARMS is definitely not my favorite...

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