Which Nintendo console had the best controller design?

Wait comes down to designs for video game controllers it seems like Nintendo has changed their style various times over the past couple of decades. The original NES design had a nice rectangular shape while the SNES controller had a more oval shape with more buttons than the NES D-Pad. The N64 Controller was unique since it included a rumble pack that made the features of certain games more exciting. However, trying to grip a N64 controller was extremely difficult to some people and was criticized by some who were more used to the previous designs of the NES and the SNES D-Pads.

However, some would argue that the N64 controllers were less complicated to use in comparison to the D-Pads for the GameCube console. Also, a majority of Controllers that came before the Wii console were more traditional. The Wii has players utilize nunchucks and a remote for gameplay which some would argue is very creative. But in terms of which Nintendo console has the best controllers really depends on which style of gaming one is more comfortable with. The Joy-Cons on the Switch console are also nice but some might argue that they are too expensive. Rating the various Nintendo controllers in order would be very difficult for some gamers since Nintendo has changed their style numerous times over the past 20 years.

Will the rail shooter genre of gaming ever be revived?

When it comes down to old school gaming genres that has really declined in popularity for over the past two decades 2D rail shooters are definitely high up on the list. Ever since the 80’s and early 90’s 2D rail shooters have dramatically declined in popularity and it seems like ever since the mid 90’s various gaming genres such as fighting, action adventure, stealth, first person shooters had started to increase in popularity. Throughout the 00’s and 10’s it seems like mainly shooters and RPG’s has gained more popularity than any other genre of gaming.

Its possible that rail shooter titles can standout more on consoles such as the Nintendo Switch versus the Xbox One or the PS4. But the idea of rail shooter games becoming more popular on a mainstream level in countries such as the United States seems highly unlikely especially in this day and age. A majority of gamers in America tend to favor story driven games that are realistic opposed to 2D side scrolling shooter titles with little to no plot.

Could Marvel vs Capcom 3 have worked on the Nintendo Wii-U?

When we think about the biggest crossover fighting games to have been released in the 10’s decade Marvel vs Capcom 3 is one of the top titles that instantly comes to mind. Since its initial release back in February 2011 Marvel vs Capcom had become very popular on game consoles such as the PlayStation 3 and the Xbox 360. Also, between late 2016 and 2017 Ultimate Marvel vs Capcom 3 was released for the PlayStation 4, Xbox One along with Microsoft Windows.

For whatever read Marvel vs Capcom 3 never made for the Wii or the Wii-U and there are those who believed it could have really stood out had Capcom made the decision to make it happen. Despite, being rated T Marvel vs Capcom seemed somewhat family friendly and was an addictive fighting game that would have been awesome to see on the Nintendo Wii-U a few years ago.

Could WCW/NWO Revenge have worked on the PS1?

There is no doubt that WCW/NWO Revenge was one of the hottest titles for the N64 back in the late 90’s. Since its release for the Nintendo 64 WCW/NWO Revenge has managed to sell over 1.8 million copies worldwide since its release back in the Fall of 1998. The inclusion of of various match types along with a Championship mode were among many things that made WCW/NWO Revenge an exciting fighting title to own for the N64 especially for fans of pro wrestling.

As popular as WCW/NWO Revenge was for the Nintendo 64 there are some who wonder whether or not the game could of had the same level of success on the PS1 back in the late 90’s. On one hand WCW/NWO could have worked on the PS1 but the visual quality and graphics would have definitely pales in comparison to what we got on N64. Also, we got to see WCW/NWO Thunder on the PS1 that same year so having the Revenge game for the 32-bit console would not have made much sense.

Should Stella Glow be remastered for the Nintendo Switch?

There are so many titles for the Nintendo 3DS that has the potential to shine on the Nintendo Switch. One of the many titles that would nice to see on the Nintendo Switch is a tactical role playing game know as Stella Glow which was released back in 2015. While it would be cool to see Stella Glow on the Nintendo Switch it’s unlikely that it will ever happen.

One of the many reasons why Stella Glow may never appear on the Nintendo Switch is because its video game developer Imageepoch became defunct back in 2015. Its a shame because this tactical RPG seemed like it had plenty of potential to evolve into something even better.

Should Bravely Default be remastered for the Nintendo Switch?

When it comes down to to single player role playing titles from the Nintendo 3DS that deserves to be remastered for the Nintendo Switch games such as Bravely Default comes to mind. Bravely Default: Flying Fairy was one of Square Enix’s big RPG titles for the Nintendo 3DS which was originally released in Japan back in 2012. Since its release Bravely Default was well received by critics for various in game elements including its turn based battle system, character development along with plot twists that kept players interested in the story.

Such a game such as Bravely Default would be perfect for a console such as the Nintendo Switch. In fact: Bravely Default: Flying Fairy could have worked on the Nintendo Wii or even the Wii-U. However, it seems like Silicon Studio, Square Enix or even Nintendo has no plans on making this a reality at all. Besides has good as Bravely Default: Flying Fairy was as an RPG for the Nintendo 3DS it can easily be overshadowed by countless titles that are expected to appear on the Nintendo Switch throughout 2018.

Should Kingdom Hearts III be ported for the PlayStation Vita?

There is no doubt that Kingdom Hearts III is one of the most anticipated RPG titles of 2018. In fact many people have want to see Kingdom Hearts III since the mid 00’s and they will eventually get it for the PlayStation 4 in the near future. The question that is on the mind of some people is whether or not Square Enix plans on eventually releasing a PlayStation Vita version of the game or not. On one hand a Vita version of the game would be pretty cool to see. But on the other hand the PlayStation Vita has not done too great in sales making the idea altogether seem pointless.

However, Kingdom Hearts III is a game that is at least a decade in the making and it deserves to be available on more game consoles other than the PlayStation 4 and the Xbox One. As of right now Square Enix has no plans on making s Nintendo Switch version of Kingdom Hearts III. If that is true than it seems like Kingdom Hearts III will remain exclusive to the P4 and the Xbox One for the time being.

Should Super Smash Bros Wii U be remastered for the Nintendo Switch?

When it comes down to top titles from the the Wii-U that deserves to be on the Nintendo Switch the Super Smash Bros game for the Wii-U comes to mind. Super Smash Bros for the Wii-U was arguably one of the best multiplayer fighting titles within the entire set and managed to be one of the best selling games for the Nintendo Wii-U in general. Ever since, its release back in 2014 Super Smash Bros for the Wii-U has managed to sell over 5 million copies worldwide.

In fact the Super Smash Bros game released in 2014 is within the top five in terms of being one of the best selling games of all-time for the Nintendo Wii-U. The idea of having the 2014 Super Smash Bros game on the Nintendo Switch would definitely work out since the game includes an awesome roster along with hard hitting fast paced gameplay and challenges which is perfect for the hybrid console. If Nintendo can take a game such as Mario Kart 8 and make a remastered version of it for the Nintendo Switch than the 2014 Super Smash Bros game should be next in line sometime in the future.

Could Turok: Dinosaur Hunter have worked on the PS1?

When many gamers think about old school N64 titles that could have possibly worked on the PS1 one of the many titles that comes to mind is Turok: Dinosaur Hunter released back in 1997. Since its release Turok: Dinosaur Hunter has been released for Microsoft Windows and remastered version was ported to the Xbox One back in March 2018. The idea of having a PS1 Turok: Dinosaur Hunter back in late 90’s sound great in theory but not so much in practice.

When it came down to first person shooter games they generally stood out more on the Nintendo 64 opposed to the Sony PlayStation. When it came down to PS1 games action adventure titles such as Metal Gear Solid and Tomb Raider generally stood out more than first person shooters. Also, the graphics on the Nintendo 64 were more superior than that of the PS1 so the quality of Turok: Dinosaur Hunter would not have been as refined on the 32-bit console as it was on the N64.

Could King of Fighters ‘94 have worked on the PS1?

When we think about some of the most popular 2D fighting titles to never have been on the PS1 during the 90’s King of Fighters ’94 comes to mind. Ever since its arcade release back in the early 90’s the game was very popular as a head to head fighter and been ported to the Neo Geo and the Neo Geo CD. Also, The King of Fighters ’94 was apart of the SNK Arcade Classics Vol. 1 for the PlayStation 2, Nintendo Wii along with the PSP back in the late 00’s.

Despite, being included in other consoles later down the line many feel that King of Fighters ’94 could have been much more popular than it was on the PS1 during the early 90’s. But even, if King of Fighters ’94 was ported for the PS1 the game was released exclusively in Japan during the early 90’s. In theory, King of Fighters ’94 could have shined on the PS1 but there were so many fighting titles for the PS1 such as the Street Fighter and Tekken series that could have easily overshadowed the game on the PS1.