It has been recently reported that the latest version of the Nintendo Switch has received some new updates that would make the gaming experience for players more convenient and enjoyable. The Nintendo Switch version 4.00 will allow players to transfer saved game data along with the video capturing for games such as Zelda: Breath of the Wild, Arms, Splatoon 2 and Mario Kart Deluxe 8.
In terms of whether or not these new features will help the hybrid console in terms sales is not much of a question; especially considering the fact that the Nintendo Switch has managed to selling 2.5 million units worldwide within a few months following it release. If we get the data transfer and the video capture feature on the Nintendo Switch for the same price of approximately $300 as the original version then that would be considered good news. If the Nintendo Switch 4.00 is more expensive for whatever reason that definitely be questioned by people who still want to buy the hybrid console.
Without a doubt the Crash Bandicoot N Sane Trilogy are considered to be good set games from the series that turned out to be a huge success for the PS4 following its release June 2017. Since its release this past summer the Crash Bandicoot N’Sane Trilogy has managed to sell over 2.5 million units worldwide on the PS4.
While the Crash Bandicoot series has generally contained impressive platform titles on PlayStation based consoles some wonder whether or not the Crash Bandicoot N’Sane series could work on the Nintendo Switch. Nintendo based consoles have always had pretty good platform games in fact the Crash Bandicoot N’Sane trilogy could have make big impact as far as the Nintendo Switch is concerned. It’s been years since many fans of the series have questioned whether or not there will be a Crash Bandicoot game on a home based Nintendo console. The Crash Bandicoot N’Sane Trilogy would definitely be a success on the Nintendo Switch especially considering the popularity of both the console and the game itself.
Ever since the mid 90’s when the very first Harvest Moon game was released for the SNES many people have been fans of the farm building simulation series. Those who haven fans of the Harvest Moon series will be happy to know that a new game entitled Harvest Moon: Light of Hope will be released for the PS4, Nintendo Switch and PC in the near future. As of right now Harvest Moon: Light of Hope looks promising especially with some of the new features that this upcoming game will have.
In Harvest Moon: Light of Hope will allow players to monitor how well their crops are growing along with being able to determine what they are ahead of time. The Farming Friend game mechanic is one that is very resourceful since it provides players with important info about their crops in relation to building their farms. Harvest Moon: Light of Hope is a game that could definitely thrive on the Nintendo Switch or PC in terms of popularity and sales. However, when it comes down to the PS4 would be hard to determine how well Harvest Moon: Light of Hope would do especially since RPG and shooter titles tend to receive more mainstream attention than any other genre for that console.
MarioParty 10 is the latest game within the entire set and was released for the Nintendo Wii-U back in Spring of 2015. Since Nintendo Party 10 was released for the Wii-U over two years ago the game has managed to sell close to 2 million units worldwide. While Mario Party 10 is not the most popular title in the series it’s still good enough to be re-released for the Nintendo Switch.
Besides we have not heard of any future plans regarding the possibility of a Mario Party 11 game. As of right now, it might be a little too early for a Mario Party 11 game on the Nintendo Switch but the possibility of it actually happening is not much of a question to many people. The question that some people have includes what major improvements are going to be made in Mario Party 11 versus what we saw in 10.
The 2D side scrolling Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles game from 1989 is arguably the most difficult game to have ever been released for the NES. While many fans of the TMNT series may be fond of this game the chances are that about 10 percent of them have actually completed the game in its entirety.
While it would be cool to have the NES TMNT game on the Nintendo Switch eShop there may not be too many people who would actually buy the game given its notorious reputation for being a very hard game to beat. Also, if the 1989 NES Ninja Turtles game is ever to be featured on the Nintendo Switch eShop it should be less than $8 for the game itself opposed to Mario Bros.
Doom is expected to be ported for the Nintendo Switch sometime in the near future. But until Doom is released for the Nintendo Switch many people are impressed by how well the game runs on the console itself. Since doom was released back in 2016 it managed to sell over 2 million units worldwide for the PS4 and over 1 million for the Xbox One.
One of the defining features of Doom are the multiplayer modes including Deathmatch, Warpath and other that adds to the replay value of the game itself. While online multiplayer gameplay was big one the OS4 and Xbox One versions of the game many people are wondering what it will be like for the Nintendo Switch.
As many people have heard the Nintendo Switch version of Minecraft will feature Halo skins which probably the closest that the actual series will get on a Nintendo based console. The idea of having Halo skins on Minecraft is something that isn’t new because it’s been done before on the Xbox 360 and the Xbox One.
However, it’s probably the first time that Halo skins have ever been featured on a Minecraft game outside of a Microsoft based game console. If you are an owner of a Switch console and love the sandbox genre of gaming then buying Minecraft would most likely be worth it.