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Zelda: Twilight Princess (2006) vs Xenoblade Chronicles (2010) which is more deserving of a Switch port?

When we think about popular Nintendo titles that has appeared on various consoles throughout the past 12 years two top games that instantly comes to mind are The Legend of Zelda: Twilight Princess along with Xenoblade Chronicles. While the Legend of Zelda: Twilight Princess was arguably the best games within its series during the 00’s Xenoblade Chronicles was definitely one of the best titles within the Xeno series since its inception which started back in the late 90’s. Both Zelda: Twilight Princess and Xenoblade Chronicles were attractions on the Wii console and considered to be games that deserves to be ported for the Nintendo Switch. But as many people know Xenoblade Chronicles 2 along with The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild are two top games for the hybrid console right now.

In fact, both Xenoblade Chronicles 2 and and Zelda: Breath of the Wild have been top games on the Nintendo Switch since 2017. However, there is no question that the Zelda series is much more popular and seeing Twilight Princess ported to the Nintendo Switch would be awesome. However, Twilight Princess received an HD re-release for the Wii-U back in 2016 and there are many who believe that it should be left alone despite being one of the best 3D action-adventure games ever made. Zelda: Twilight Princess has been released for GameCube, Wii and the Wii-U which covers three generations of Nintendo game consoles. Xenoblade Chronicles has only appeared on the Wii and the New Nintendo 3DS since its initial release back in 2010. If anything seeing the 2010 Xenoblade Chronicles game on the Nintendo Switch would be more interesting but since Nintendo has no plans on making that a reality it seems unlikely to happen.

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