Games I’d like to see come to Nintendo Switch

The Nintendo Switch has some great games available for such a young platform, but there are more I’d like to see be released. Here are a few of my favorites from the PC I’d like to have on the go.


This mighty little game has made the rounds to other platforms than the PC already but it needs to come to Switch. While some may argue that the control scheme of controllers simply aren’t right for the gameplay (and I’d agree to some extent) I’d love to go on adventures, digging down into the depths, building a massive base and taking down bosses.

It’s coming. It’s only a matter of time.


Pokemon Tournament

Okay, so we know Pokémon is coming to the Switch as an RPG just like the games we’ve seen in the past on Gameboy consoles, but we’re still having to wait for the developers to finish making it and thus I’m still excited to see it arrive on the eShop.

For now, you can enjoy Pokémon Tournament until such a game arrives on the platform.

Football Manager

Football Manager 2018

This is something that is begging to arrive on the Switch. Football Manager is already available on portable platforms and Nintendo’s console would work wonders with SEGA’s popular sports management game.

Prison Architect

Prison Architect

This is something that will not likely happen, but I’d buy and play the shit out of Prison Architect on the Switch. Being able to build and run a maximum security prison while on the go would be awesome.

Grand Theft Auto

GTA Vice City

Rockstar has released Grand Theft Auto on Nintendo consoles before, just look at the awesome China Town. It would, however, be nice to see GTA 1 through San Andreas released for Switch, taking advantage of the capable hardware and controller support.

Come on Rockstar, we’re hungry for driving through the streets of Vice City to cracking 80s tunes.

Visual Novels

G-senjou no Maou - The Devil on G-String

This is likely to happen, simply because it’s a Japanese platform and a portable device that can work wonders with visual novels, but I’d love to see more titles released on the Switch. Some killer novels are being translated and released on PC, so it could be the case we’ll see more visual novels on Switch than past Nintendo consoles.