When it comes down to platform titles the Rayman series was always impressive on consoles such as PlayStation 1-4. In fact the Rayman series in general seems better suited for Nintendo based consoles nowadays since Xbox One and PlayStation 4 heavily focuses on RPG along with first & third person shooter type of games. Seeing Rayman Legends on the Nintendo Switch is definitely something that people who already own the game system would love to check out.
Rayman Legends will be available for the Nintendo Switch this fall in September 2017 and looks like just as good as it did on other consoles such as PlayStation 4, PlayStation 3, Wii-U, Xbox One, Xbox 360. The question that is on the minds of many people is whether or not the game will do good in sales or not. Considering the fact that there are not too many platform titles for the Nintendo Switch right now Raymond Legends will probably do well in sales.
We all remember when I am Setsuna was released for multiple gaming systems such as PS4, PC and the Nintendo Switch back in 2016. Since its release back in 2016, I am Setsuna was well received by fans and critics alike. The only thing about I am Setsuna was that the game was often criticized for issues regarding the battle system and lengthy loading times.
Other than a few minor issues it was a very fun title that was produced by Square Enix’s Tokyo RPG Factory. The goal for the upcoming title Lost Sphear is to improve upon the flaws that were present in I am Setsuna to create a more polished game. If Tokyo RPG Factory can do this then there is a decent chance that it could possibly do better than I am Setsuna in terms of overall sales in 2018.
Along with the upcoming release of Metroid Prime 4 everyone is excited about the release of Metroid Samuel Returns for the Nintendo 3DS this fall on September 2017. The one of the questions that is one everyone’s mind is whether or not the game will be more successful than Metroid Federation Force which was released back in 2016. In terms of sales Metroid Federation Force did not do as well as many people expected to.
However, things look promising for Metroid Samus Returns especially considering the fact that it’s basically a remake of Metroid II: Return of Seamus which was released for Game Boy back in 1991. If you were a huge fan of the Metroid series back in the early 90’s this game is definitely one that is worth buying.
When it comes down to Mario based RPG titles it’s hard to compare many to the original one for the SNES back in the mid 90’s. While AlphaDream has made some pretty cool Mario RPG titles for handheld consoles the chances that it will actually happen for a console like the Nintendo Switch seems unlikely for the being.
While AlphaDream has developed many popular 2D Mario games for handheld consoles like the Game Boy Advance they were often impressive. In retro games who were fans of Super Mario series during the 80’s and 90’s could appreciate the 2D design of more modern titles that AlphaDream has made recently.
It’s a fact that in October 2017 the world will witness the re-release of a 2000’s classic called Mario & Luigi Superstar Saga Bowser’s Minions. When the original Mario & Luigi SuperStar Saga game was released for the Game Boy Advance back in 2003 it was well received by critics and fans alike. As far as RPG titles in the Mario series is concerned AlphaDream has managed to make this game in particular stand out to a point where people have been waiting over a year to see a remake.
After the original Mario & Luigi SuperStar Saga game was released for the Game Boy Advance in 2003 it had managed to sell over 2 million units worldwide. The Mario & Luigi SuperStar Saga remake will not only include enhanced graphics but it will also have an additional story called Minion Quest: The Search for Bowser. These new features along with more superior 2D gameplay that would definitely gain the interest of retro gamers who were fans of the original title.
Since its inception the Splatoon series has become one of the best third person shooters for Nintendo based console. Recently, the world has witnessed the release of Splatoon 2 for the Nintendo Switch and while it’s catching the eyes of many gamers who are fans of the series some are wondering whether or not the original title will ever be ported for the Nintendo Switch. The original Splatoon was released exclusively for the Nintendo Wii-U back in 2015.
Despite, the fact that the Wii-U was not as successful as the original Wii console or the Nintendo Switch Splatoon 1 did great in terms of sales for that console. Since its release the original Splatoon game had managed to sell close to 5 million units worldwide which shows how popular the first game was. Right now, Nintendo seems to be focusing mainly on Splatoon 2 along with the features included with game involving the Nintendo Switch online app.l which allows features such as voice chat through smartphones. It would be cool if the Splatoon game was ported for the Nintendo Switch or made available for the Virtual Console in the future. But as of right now Splatoon 2 is the game that Nintendo Switch should check out now especially if they are fans of the third person shooter genre.
The Ataribox is something that many people are looking forward to in the near feature once more details about the console itself is revealed. We do know that many people will get the chance to relive classic titles from older Atari consoles on the new Ataribox. However, some new titles were to be released for the Ataribox it would be cool if we got to see some Unreal Engine 4 games for this console if Atari plans on emphasizing 3D gaming in the future.
When it comes down to graphics and visual presentation games consoles such as Xbox One, PlayStation 4 and the Nintendo Switch all have games that utilize the Unreal Engine 4 such Gears of War 4 and Kingdom Hearts HD 2.8 Final Chapter Prologue and many others. Not only could having Unreal Engine 4 games for the Ataribox be helpful for the overall success of the console itself but it would make people more interested in the upcoming console.