As of now, the Switch has over 50 titles that have been ported to it, including games from the likes of Splatoon 2 and Destiny 2.
That includes a slew of games like Final Fantasy XV, Splatoon, The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim, Super Mario Odyssey, and even Super Mario Maker.
The biggest games to be ported to Switch so far are the ones from the console’s top developers, like Nintendo of America, Nintendo of Europe, and Sony, who are now all working on Switch ports.
However, the company’s most popular game, Super Smash Bros. for Nintendo Switch, is a different story.
While there are a number of titles that are being ported, there are also a handful of other games that were not ported to Nintendo Switch as of yet.
The biggest one, though, is Super Smash Brothers for Nintendo.
While there are many Switch ports to be had, one of the more noteworthy ones was Super Smash Bro’s 2nd installment, Super Bros. Brawl, which was not ported yet.
While it is possible that the Switch port was a fluke, there’s a few things that could be holding it back from being ported.
For one, Super Bro was released in 2013, and the game was developed for the Wii U, not the Switch.
This means that it could be considered a game that could not be ported for Switch, but instead was ported to Wii U for the game’s Wii U port.
As such, Super Breb’s 2 has a lot of fans in the Switch fanbase, and many have voiced their opinion in the Super Smash bro forums.
Nintendo of America president Reggie Fils-Aime recently announced that the company would be porting Super Smash for Switch to the console.
“We’re excited to bring this iconic Super Smash game to Nintendo’s next-gen console, and we look forward to bringing the same game to the new console as well,” he said in a statement.
The Switch’s first two games, Super Strikers and Super Mario Bros. 2, were released on the Wii in 2015, and have been well received by the Switch’s community.
With the Switch having a higher-end Nintendo Switch hardware than the Wii, it is unlikely that Nintendo of Americas port of Super Stikers will be a massive hit.
The latter game is a must-play for Switch fans.
The second big Switch port that has garnered some attention is the third installment in the Mario franchise, Super Metroid.
Nintendo of North America has not yet released a statement on the matter, but we do know that the game will be available on Switch this Fall.
The last game to be port to the Nintendo Switch is the Super Mario Galaxy series.
This game is being developed by Nintendo of Japan, and while the port does not seem to be as big of a hit as the other two games in the franchise, it has garnered a great deal of praise from the Switch community.
The Switch version of the game is not set to be released until next year.
Nintendo announced on its website that the Nintendo Direct is coming to the UK, and it is expected to take place in London on November 23.
The Nintendo Direct will focus on the Switch, as well as the next Mario game, Mario Kart 8 Deluxe.