Would Fast RMX have worked on the Nintendo 3DS?

When it comes down to racing titles Fast RMX is probably one of the most popular titles on the Nintendo Switch right now next to Mario Kart 8 Deluxe which was released for the Nintendo Switch to long ago.  If Fast RMX was released for the Nintendo 3DS X it would probably be seen as another generic racing title.  The fact that Fast RMX is considered to be the spiritual successor to the F-Zero series would make this game more appealing for the Nintendo Switch opposed to the 3DS.

The graphics for Fast RMX looks spectacular and the game looks better sited for the Nintendo Switch than it does the 3DS.  It would have been cool to see a Nintendo 3DS version of Fast RMX following its release back in March 2017.  However, the game could have lost it appeal if it wasn’t released exclusively for the Nintendo Switch.

Should Arms be ported for the Nintendo 3DS?

As of right now Arms is one of the most popular fighting titles for the Nintendo Switch.  Since its release back in June of 2017 the game had managed to sell over 100,000 worldwide within its first which was nothing short of impressive.  However, if the game was released for the 3DS some might argue that the game would not have done as well in terms of sales.

If Nintendo decided to release Arms do the Nintendo 3DS XL right now it could potentially turn people away from purchasing the game on the Nintendo Switch.  Makings game like Arms an exclusive title for the Nintendo Switch is one of the few things that makes the game itself appealing. If Arms wasn’t an exclusive title for the Nintendo Switch it would probably would not sold as much as it did since its release.  

Will Pokken Tournament DX become the most popular fighting game for the Nintendo Switch?

As we have recently heard a new demo for Pokken Tournament DX for the Nintendo Switch is expected to be released sometime in the near future. In terms of whether or not the game is going to be a huge success on the Nintendo Switch does not seem like much of a question to some people. For the Nintendo Wii U the original Pokken Tournament game has managed to sell over one million units worldwide and was probably one the most popular fighting titles for the console next to Super Smash Bros for the Wii U.

Besides Arms and Ultra Street Fighter II there isn’t too many fighting titles on the Nintendo Switch right now.  When Pokken Tournament DX arrives on the Nintendo Switch in September 2017 the game is almost guaranteed to be one of the top titles for that console. 

Would Fire Emblem games ever become popular for the PlayStation Vita?

The Fire Emblem Series is probably one of the most popular gaming series to be featured on Nintendo based consoles.  Fire Emblem has been around since the early 90’s during the NES days.  While the world is still waiting for the release of Fire Emblem Warriors for the Nintendo Switch while enjoying Fire a Emblem Echoes for the Nintendo 3DS the idea of having a game for the PlayStation Vita is something that would be interesting.

However, when it comes down to handheld game consoles the PlayStation Vita is not quite as popular as the Nintendo 3DS.  Not to say the Fire Emblem games would fail on the PlayStation Vita it just that it would not feel the same to people who are long time fans of the series.  Seeing Fire Emblem titles in the Nintendo is something that many people are just used to and seeing and having any them on the PS Vita would feel different.  

Will the Xbox One X sell over one million units within its first year?

The Xbox One X is something that people are excited about and at the same time skeptical off when it comes down to sales.  While some might argue that the price of $499 is too expensive others would say its reasonable considering the fact that it’s backwards compatible with games from older generation consoles.

In terms of whether or not the Xbox One will hit one million within a year is something that almost seems certain to some people.  While the exclusion of VR features could potentially harm the Xbox One X in the console wars against Sony’s PS4 it would be great to have a brand new game console that backwards compatible along with the ability to play new games exclusively for the system itself.  

Would Pokémon games ever work on the PlayStation Vita?

When it comes down to Pokémon games many people believe that handheld Nintendo based consoles such as the Game Boy Advance, Nintendo DS and  Nintendo 3DS has produced some of the games in the series that we have ever seen.  In terms of sales Pokémon is quite possibly the best handheld video game series that the world has ever seen.

If Pokémon was released for game systems such as the PSP or the PlayStation Vita the set might not be as popular.  For the most part Nintendo specializes in having family friendly titles for their game consoles.  The Pokémon series for the most part has been family friendly and has made a profit on handheld based Nintendo consoles since the mid 90’s.  After seeing Pokémon on handheld Nintendo based consoles for almost two decades it would be hard to imagine the series on anything else.

Should Super Bomberman R have been released on multiple game consoles?

Despite, the fact that Super Bomberman R was well received by most critics there are some who believe that Super Bomberman R should have been ported for more game consoles other than the Nintendo Switch. When Super Bomberman R was first released back in March 2017 the game had reportedly sold over 127,000 units within its first week on the Nintendo Switch.

There is a good chance that Super Bomberman R could have done much better in terms of sales if it was ported for multiple game consoles other than the Nintendo Switch.  However, considering the fact that maze genre of gaming is not as popular as it use to be Super Bomberman R could have easily tanked on game consoles such as the PS4 and the Xbox One.  The Bomberman series started of one the NES back in the early 80’s and was mainly popular on Nintendo based console since then.  If anything making Super Bomberman R an exclusive title for the Nintendo Switch was one of the things that revived the interest that retro gamers had in the series.