Could Persona 5 work on the Nintendo Switch?

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When it comes down to the Persona series it has managed to become popular in the RPG genre of gaming mainly on PlayStation based console.  When Persona 5 was released for the PS4 the game had managed to sell over one million units worldwide and is considered to be one of the best RPG titles of the 10’s decade.  The fact that Person 5 was featured on the PS3 and the PS4 may have been one of the many factors that contributed to the popularity of the game itself.  If Persona 5 was released for multiple game consoles including the Xbox One or the Wii-U the game may have sold less than it did on the PS4.

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However, having Persona 5 on the Nintendo Switch would be different considering how popular that console is right now along with the fact that it managed to sell over 10 million units worldwide in less than a year.  Having Person 5 ported for the Nintendo Switch would sound great in theory especially since the console does not have too many RPG’s like it.  However, Atlus doesn’t really have any plans on bring Person 5 to the hybrid console in near future.

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Will Wasteland 2 be a success on the Nintendo Switch?

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We all remember when Wasteland 2 came out  a few years ago for multiple game systems such as the Xbox One, PlayStation 4 and even Microsoft Windows.  This post-apocalyptic game was arguably one of the best PC games of 2014-2015 and despite its level of popularity seemed better of on Microsoft Windows than the PS4 or the Xbox One.  There were various aspects about Wasteland 2 that contributed its replay value including a great plot along with branching storylines based on the decisions that players make throughout the game.

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When it came down to sales revenue Wasteland 2 was impressive considering the fact that it reported managed to generate over $1.5 million within four days of its release.  While Wasteland 2 was one of the hottest PC games of 2014 its hard to tell whether or not the game will be as popular as it was a few years ago once its released for the Nintendo Switch.

 

Upcoming Games-Monster Hunter World (2018)

Along with numerous upcoming action RPG titles that we are expected to see on consoles such as Xbox One and the PS4 Monster Hunter World developed by Capcom is also among one of the very big games that the world is looking forward to in 2018.  Fortunately, people who have been fans of the Monster Hunter series won’t have to wait too long for this upcoming game since its scheduled to be released in January if 2918.  


For an Action RPG this game has everything one can ask for including awesome graphics and third person co-op gameplay allowing groups of people to hunt down and kill monsters.  Even though, Monster Hunter World will not be on the Nintendo Switch it’s definitely a game that worth having especially if one owned titles such Monster Hunter 4 or even Monster Hunter generations.  

Should Seiken Densetsu 3 have been released for the Game Boy Advance?

There were so many great games on the SNES back in the 90’s.  But when it comes down to RPG Classics Seiken Densetsu 3 was probably one of the very best RPG titles to never have been released in America during the 16 bit era.  Since the game was released back in 1995 it had managed to sell close to one million units worldwide.  If Seiken Densetsu 3 was released a few years earlier it could have possibly have sold more than it did.  


In the mid 90’s people were starting to turn away from 2D gaming in favor of 3D gaming for consoles such as the PS1 and the N64.  However, seeing Seiken Densetsu 3 on the Game Boy Advance would have been great as well during early 00’s. 


 The only problem was there were still issues between Nintendo and Square Enix following the fallout between the two companies back in the mid 90’s.  If both Nintendo and Square Enix put their issues with each other to rest during the early 00’s we could have seen so many awesome titles including Seiken Densetsu 3 for the Game Boy Advance.

Final Fantasy 9 is now available on the PS4

If you were are retro gamer back in the 00’s  you will be happy to know  that one of the most popular RPG titles from the decade will now be featured in the PlayStation Store.  This version of Final Fantasy 9 is considered to be a remake of the original game and will be priced at $16.79.


However, the current price tag of $16.79 is only until September 26th since its on sale as of right now.  On the 26th of September the price is expected to jump to $20 which will make many people want to purchase this RPG classic before then.

Could Final Fantasy Tactics A2 have sold more on the Nintendo Wii?

It’s hard to believe that it’s been almost a decade since Final Fantasy Tactics A2 was released for the Nintendo DS.  Since its release back in 2007 Final Fantasy A2 has managed to sell at least three quarters of a million units worldwide.  As popular as the Nintendo DS was during the 00’s the Nintendo Wii seemed even more so.  There were so many big RPG titles such as Xenoblade Chronicles, Tales of Symphonia, Final Fantasy Crystal and others that could have easily overshadowed this game on the Nintendo Wii.  


However, when the original Final Fantasy Tactics game was first released in 1997 for the PS1 it managed to sell over 2 million units worldwide.  But since the Final Fantasy was still very big on the PS1 in the mid 90’s following the release of FFVII it probably made sense that the original FF Tactics game would do great in sales during that time period.  Many can agree that the Final Fantasy series has been more popular on PlayStation home based consoles then Nintendo during the 00’s.  If Final Fantasy Tactics A2 was released for the Nintendo Wii it would be hard to tell how well the game would have done overall in terms of sales.

Would Shin Megami Tensei IV have sold more on the Wii-U?

Shin Megami Tensei IV was a JRPG title that was released back in 2013 and ever since it appeared on the Nintendo 3DS it has done arguably well.  Shin Megami Tensei IV has managed to sell over half a million units worldwide since its release and happens to be a game that some believe would have been better for the Wii U.  However, the way the game was setup with the 2D overhead map along with a 3D map made this game appealing.


If Shin Megami Tensei was released for the Wii U the 3D first person battles could of been so much better in terms of graphics.  However, when comes down to JRPG titles there are certain games that are much better if for handheld devices such as the Nintendo 3DS as opposed to home based game systems such as the Wii U.  Considering the fact that the Wii U was not as much of a commercial success as the original Wii console having Shin Megami Tensei on the 3DS was probably a better decision in the long run.