The transformable three controllers in one concept, (the left and right hand sides of it slide off as their own itsy bitsy mini controllers reminiscent of the Game & Watch years,) which means that two people with just those native micro controllers can play on one portable device, or maybe even 3 if there will be any games allowing one to use the tablet and two to use the halves, (if the screen is a touch screen that is,) the pro style grip thing you can attach them to for a full pro experience, the very Amazon Kindle looking separate Switch Pro controller you can buy if you wanted it, the possibility of it going fucking 12 PLAYER if there will be any games for it allowing 4 sets of 3 Nintendo Switches to connect which would be amazing, 24 PLAYER if there will be any games allowing 8 sets of 3 to connect which would up that dose from awesome to amazeballs, maybe if there can be games allowing 8 sets of 4 players each with 2 micro controllers, a touch screen and a Pro controller per Nintendo Switch ergo allowing native 25 PLAYER GAMEPLAY which would be godly if somebody makes that real, there are so many awesome amazing possibilities this thing delivers! Many of them have been console ideas I've had for years ever since I was a 7 year old and decided that I wanted to grow up to become a game designer, console developer and wrestler! (which are still dreams of mine along side becoming the world's longest living man decades after I accomplish those. Keeping the dreams alive!) Just think about how this thing can revolutionize the way we play even beyond what the Wii and DS lines did. And those graphics! I mean I know this isn't the latest hardcore PC gaming rig and hat PC gaming will likely always have the graphical edge but for a portable console? The only thing more amazing is if they made a Nintendo Switch Pocket! This is everything the Wii u needed to be some years ago. Hmmmmng I want a Nintendo Switch!
Okay. Enough of me gushing about the sheer brilliance of this thing. Here are the top 10 games I want to see on the Nintendo Switch.
NO. 10: Etrian Odyssey.
NO. 9: A new Bomberman.
No. 8: A new Mystical Ninja/Goemon.
NO. 7: a port of Rare Replay.
NO. 6: WWE 2K on a yearly basis, WITHOUT watering down. EVER. Just the whole shebang, no compromises ever again so long as the Switch shall exist.
NO. 5: Sonic Adventure 3.
First thing's first, refine the momentum and precision of the controls and gameplay a tad. Don't get me wrong, I still love the original Sonic Adventure games on Dreamcast and especially the Gamecube remakes, but after playing SA2 for a few hours I realized that it's a lot more slippery than I remember! So if you can make it feel just as tight as Sonic Generations, even using the Hedgehog Engine, but make it also feel just as free to control and as non-linear as the OG Sonic Adventure duo we all hold near and deer to our hearts, then the gameplay would feel pretty much perfect. Bring back Chao Garden, but this introduce the option of assigning Chao to use in certain situations to find hidden secrets in levels, take down distant enemies quicker and achieve other obstacles, without making the game baby level easy. Just to give you even more of a reason to raise Chao besides them being so cute and lovable and addictive to raise. Since the Switch is already portable, you might not need to make a portable Chao micro game! Just make Chao Garden it's own separate game accessible via Sonic Adventure 3 and packed with mini games and items more so than ever. With up to 6 separate gardens with an additional Hero and Dark garden for when your Chao are grown. Also, supply Sonic Adventure 3 and Chao Garden with online multiplayer, DLC Action Stages and even free seasonal and promotional DLC. Just like what the Dreamcast editions of SA1 and 2 had but with extra Action Stages to play. Not just missions. Just a suggestion, if you wanna add more bang for people's bucks, package it with a Nintendo Switch port of Sonic Adventure DX Director's Cut and Sonic Adventure 2 Battle on a double pack. With Chao compatibility to Sonic Adventure 3's Chao Garden. Meaning you can migrate Chao between all three games. How awesome would that be?
NO. 4: The return of epic Square Enix RPGs.
Beyond just Switch games like Dragon Quest X and current Square Enix RPGs I'd love to see on The Switch like Final Fantasy XV, Final Fantasy XIV A Realm Reborn and Kingdom Hearts III, I wanna see the return of many of their other RPGs. Epic adventures like Final Fantasy Tactics, the Chrono series, the works. Even the stuff that debuted on the Playstation like Final Fantasy Tactics. If it was an RPG title by Square Enix and it was awesome, and the story calls for a new installment, bring it on over to the Nintendo Switch! Those Square RPGs were a staple of the SNES and Playstation regardless of what sold extremely well or just well enough for a niche, so imagine what an RPG powerhouse The Switch could be if they play their cards right. Especially since Nintendo''s previous handhelds the Game Boy Advance, the DS and the 3DS were RPG powerhouses themselves! I'm getting giddy just thinking about the possibilities. While we're at it, if the Nintendo Switch is region free, maybe bring back the All Star Pro-Wrestling series complete with today's New Japan Pro Wrestling, StArDoM, Dragoongate and Pro Wrestling NOAH stars just for me. Japanese wrestling needs some current console market love.
NO. 3: A new Katamari title.
If they keep to the original art style and don't make The King Of All Cosmos as scary as he was in Touch My Katamari, we cool.
NO. 2: Mega Man Legends 3
For one, it can drastically improve Capcom's PR even if there are a scant few whiny fanboys out there who refuse to touch any Megaman game not developed by Keiji Inafune and still treat him like he's god. (Though they'll gladly play the ZX or Zero series any day, and those weren't directed by Inafune. Ha!) Secondly, the game looked freaking incredible and could have solved the greatest cliff hanger in Megaman history.
Third, improved controls.
Fourth, it would take advantage of new hardware if they decided to bring it back, develop it for the witch and 3DS, and somewhere down the line make a PS4 port if enough people demand it. (AND THEY WILL)
Fifth, you've already seen that there are thousands, hundreds of thousands who would love to see this game get revived. Even the fans who hated Megaman Legends 1!
Sixth, niche titles are kind of a thing now. Just look at the buzz rare replay got. Get on that!
Seventh, think of the merchandise you could sell just from the hype train alone over MML3's would-be revival. Shirts and bobble heads will fly off the shelves even faster than before, because if anything MML3's cancellation 5 years ago has actually built a steady fanbase for the Legends sub series!
Eighth, MML3 has brand new characters to flesh out! Barrett, Aero and the rest of the Bright Bats looked too cool to just drop like that. And I gotta know, who are The Roast Beefs?
Ninth, despite the iffy reviews from critics and fans alike, the lost hype and the low sales post-Kickstarter, just look at the slaying Mighty No.9 made on Kickstarter when it was initially announced. Sure it sadly didn't turn out nearly as great as I hoped it would and wasn't that well received, but so was Megaman Legends when it was released. And with all the e-drama MML3's death caused Capcom, and the high demand people have had for it since it's death, perhaps reviving i on Kickstarter or IndieGoGo could be lucrative? That Megaman board game did do pretty well on Kickstarter despite some small minority backlash from fanboys bashing everything you do if it isn't Megaman 11 or Legends 3.
Tenth, on a personal note, my colleagues at 100,000 Strong For Bringing Back Mega Man Legends 3 and I have worked for too long, and too hard for our efforts to not get noticed.
Phew! That was an impromptu top 10 within a top 10!
Capcom, look at your real demographic. The hardcore niche audiences that want series like Megaman legends, Power Stone and Rival Schools to make a come back. Unlike most, I won't get all petty and tell you to stop making Street Fighter or to kill the new Dante or halt Resident Evil and Monster Hunter just to make Megaman games, because I realize you need to make money and those franchises do sell well. But you can make twice that much hand over fist, by answering the cries of your niche audiences starting with the revival of The Megaman legends 3 Project. Pick it up right where it left off, release Mega Man Legends 3 Prototype Edition on the 3DS and maybe even Switch eShop or perhaps the PSN once you're done ironing out ports, see the sales pile in, make new monthly Devroom events over at Capcom Unity, Capcom Europe and My Capcom among your other worldly official forums and networks, get the fans involved just like 5 years ago, and eventually bring us the full game you promised without a single compromise. That's all I ask.
No. 1: A true sequel to Super Mario RPG Legend Of The Seven Stars.
Nintendo and Square Enix need to get together and make a Switch sequel to what could be the greatest game ever made in the history of mankind, Super Mario RPG Legend Of The Seven Stars. Picking up right where the last game left off, using the old art style, (just with today's HD 3D models and environments,) the old isometric view, the old control scheme and gameplay, but this time allow the player to turn the camera with the right stick and smoothly walk in a full 360 motion with the right stick. Perhaps switching between 8-way movement and 360 degree movement by clicking the right stick if the sticks still click. Maybe allow the player to have more than 3 team mates at a time. Maybe allow the players to use FP based attacks outside of battles for tasks such as breaking barriers or floating across chasms. Kinda like Paper Mario! Introduce more of those cinematic and amazing mini game like missions like mine cart riding, waterfall riding and mountain climbing to name only three as an example, to really immerse the player in the story and adventure just like the first Mario RPG did. But most importantly along with art style, make the music sound just as great as the SNES original did, and bring back some old familiar faces like Mallow and m'boy Geno. As well as being able to have princess Peach and Bowser on your team and introducing some new faces. Maybe Toadofsky could have a son who uses music as a weapon? Maybe Luigi can join the party with a new gadget from Dr. E. Gadd? Perhaps you can be joined by a friendly Dry Bones?
And just like the original, some Square Enix cameos can be in order. Like Sora from Kingdom Hearts letting you borrow his keyblade or the final boss from Final Fantasy XV can be a secret boss in the now expanded Monstro City. (Formerly Monstro Town.) Maybe the cast of Bravely Second can bump into you at a cafe. Just think of the possibilities!
But this is just my personal top 10 list. What games do you wanna see on the Nintendo Switch? Let me know in the comments.