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10 Perfect Potential Switch Games – Why Haven’t These Already Happened?!

In the wake of the Diablo 3 light switch Twitter debacle, the Press X To Podcast crew came up with a list of 10 games that would be absolutely perfect on the Nintendo Switch. Sure, everyone and their Grandma is constantly hyping up this game and that as being perfect for the Switch, but this is the ultimate, indisputable, perfect list. Enjoy.

Grand Theft Auto V

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We know the Switch has the chops to run an open world game, so why not the ballad of Trevor and those other two less memorable characters? It’s a great story and kick ass open world, and we’d be buying this day one on our l’il tablets.

Monster Hunter World

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Of course! Monster Hunter has a built-in audience on Nintendo platforms with the Pokemon (and old Monster Hunter) crowd, so it only makes sense to bring the most popular MH title of all time to arguably the hottest console going at the moment. The fantastic environments and killer monster designs would look great on the portable screen, so let’s get it done, Capcom!

What Remains of Edith Finch

Rip my heart in two – Edith Finch was one of the most touching games of 2017. The bite-sized vignettes are also absolutely perfect for the Switch – quick sessions on the bus would be way more compelling than not looking at the guy with no pants in the corner. Also, I’m not crying, you’re crying!

Rogue Legacy

Roguelike, procedural structure, RPG advancement, awesome bosses, tight platforming, and an all-around addictive personality make Rogue Legacy a shoo-in to end up on the Switch. Hell, I own this damn game on too many platforms already, but I can’t wait to blast through it again on an airplane.

The Witness

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The vibrant world and snappy puzzle gameplay of The Witness means – guess what – it’d be perfect on the Switch! Consistency was key to tackling The Witness, and a few minutes here and there are a great way to experience Jonathan Blow’s fantastic and ingenious work.