10 Nintendo Switch Games That Need to be Announced at E3 2018

Nintendo E3 2018 Predictions – 10 Games That Need to be Announced

The Nintendo Switch has been quite the success story for Nintendo. Since releasing in March of 2017, the hybrid console has outdone nearly everyone’s expectations in terms of quality games and sales figures. Nintendo has found an idea that has truly clicked with a broad audience, and they’ll want to keep their great momentum throughout 2018 and into 2019.

While the early period in the system’s life has been filled with great games, there’s always a need for more consistency. Despite all of the indie support, it’s still mostly up for Nintendo to release must-have exclusives for the time being. To make sure fans are satisfied with their purchase, they’ll have to release games at a steady interval, and make sure that they avoid any extended timespans without quality titles.

With that in mind, here are 10 announcements that could continue Nintendo’s fantastic momentum with the Switch. Check them out below, and make sure to give your own Nintendo E3 2018 predictions in the comment section!

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Animal Crossing

Animal Crossing: Pocket Camp largely came and went. The mobile offering felt more like a tease for more light-hearted gaming to come than an actual great time. That’s why the timing is right for the Nintendo Switch to give players the full on-the-go and home experience that they want. Plus, it’ll make Chrissy Teigen happy, and if anyone deserves happiness in life it’s probably her.

Nintendo E3 2018 predictions

The Wonderful 102

From Bayonetta 2 to Donkey Kong Country: Tropical Freeze, we’ve seen some fantastic underappreciated Wii U games gain a new life on Switch. There’s been one notable exception in the form of Platinum Games’ The Wonderful 101. An enhanced port with a new character, some extra polish and some bonus content could be just what Hideki Kamiya’s overlooked gem of an action game needs to get the respect it deserves.

Nintendo E3 2018 predictions