5 Nintendo 3DS Games That Deserve A Nintendo Switch Port

What 3DS games deserve to be ported to the Nintendo Switch

By Grayshadow, Posted 12 Apr 2019

Nintendo has remained the king of handheld gaming since the release of the Gameboy. With the 3DS slowly dying and the Nintendo Switch selling huge perhaps it's time to port some the 3DS games to the Switch. Here are 5 Nintendo 3DS games that deserve to be ported to the Nintendo Switch.

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5. Kingdom Hearts 3D Dream Drop Distance

Kingdom Hearts III may finally be here but those wishing to experience the previous games might want to check out Dream Drop Distance. The issue is that it's a 3DS exclusive but an outstanding action-adventure title. It doesn't have the flare of the latest installment many of the movement systems used in the latest adventure were utilized in Dream Drop Distance first. 

It may be subjective but Dream Drop Distance does have a better assortment of boss fights. With fights mixing together Disney and original villains. It also helps that the story is a bit more manageable. focusing on Riku and Sora attempting to earn their Master titles through the Mark of Mastery exam. Unlike Kingdom Hearts III where Sora constantly forgets the purpose of his journey.

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4. Kirby: Planet Robobot

Kirby games are notorious for being light-hearted fun and Kirby: Planet Robobot is no exception. Providing all the charm and wonder from a Kirby game combined with giant mechs. Kirby must destroy 5 bases across Planet Popstar using the Robobot Armor that boosts the tiny pink ball's powers. 

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3. Metroid: Samus Returns

Personally, my favorite Metroid game is Metroid Fusion but I had a blast playing through Metroid: Samus Returns. It had its faults but exploration the dense underground tunnels in search of items was still just as exciting. It's a simple and true formula that still holds up today. We might not see Metroid Prime 4 for a while so why not give Switch owners the latest Samus title?

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2. Star Fox 64 3D

Many of us who love to forget about Star Fox Zero's existence, and we can. Star Fox 64 was re-released on the 3DS with modern graphical updates but unfortunately lacks an online mode. That can be fixed, bring it the Nintendo Switch and add online play. 

Star Fox 64's gameplay still holds up today and is regarded as one of the best games in the Nintendo library. Offering multiple paths, various planets, and incredible boss fights. Bring it to the Nintendo Switch!

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1. Kid Icarus: Uprising

Ever wanted a 3D Super Smash Bros. with customizable weapons and characters? That's what Kid Icarus: Uprising is all about. The single-player along provides 10-hours of intense action across variously decorated worlds housed within a wonderful story. As Pit faces against his darker self Dark Pit, Medusa, and other characters we won't name for spoiler reasons.

Most importantly the multiplayer was a calamity of explosions, tactical movement, and preparation. Players had to choose from various weapons and act accordingly to beat their opponents. It was insanely fun and function better than most online console titles. It was one of the best reasons to purchase a New 3DS for that second analog-stick advantage. If any game deserves a Nintendo Switch port it's Kid Icarus: Uprising.

What game would you like to see on the Nintendo Switch that's on the 3DS? Let us know in the comments below!

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Platform(s): 3DS
Publisher(s): NIntendo
Developer(s): Project Sora
Genres: Third-Person Shooter
Themes: Rail Shooter
Release Date: 2012-03-23

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