Could Tomb Raider have worked on the N64 during the 90’s?

The Tomb Raider series was quite possibly one of the best action adventure titles of the 90’s for the PS1.  When it comes down to the Tomb Raider title that was released back in 1996 the game had managed to sell over 4 million units worldwide and was considered to be a huge success.   As popular as the Tomb Raider was in 1996 for some reason it was never ported for the N64 which may come as a surprise to many people.
What is also surprising was that Tomb Raider was ported for the Sega Saturn during the mid 90’s despite the fact that the console as not quite as popular as the N64.  The reason why Tomb Raider may have been released for the PS1 and the Sega Saturn and not the N64 was because it More of a 32 bit game.  During the mid 90’s the Nintendo 64 may have been the only 64 bit console that was available in retail stores.  However, there have been games in the past that were available for the PS1 and the N64 such as Mortal Kombat 4 and others.  Most likely, Core Design Ltd had no plans to bring Tomb Raider to the N64 since it such a huge success for the PS1 which was arguably more popular than the N64 during the 90’s.

Should Mario Party 10 be re-released for the Nintendo Switch?

MarioParty 10 is the latest game within the entire set and was released for the Nintendo Wii-U back in Spring of 2015.  Since Nintendo Party 10 was released for the Wii-U over two years ago the game has managed to sell close to 2 million units worldwide. While Mario Party 10 is not the most popular title in the series it’s still good enough to be re-released for the Nintendo Switch.


Besides we have not heard of any future plans regarding the possibility of a Mario Party 11 game.  As of right now, it might be a little too early for a Mario Party 11 game on the Nintendo Switch but the possibility of it actually happening is not much of a question to many people.  The question that some people have includes what major improvements are going to be made in Mario Party 11 versus what we saw in 10.  

Should the Secret of Mana be ported for the Nintendo 3DS?

It’s hard to believe that after all these years the Secret of Mana has not yet been ported for the Nintendo 3DS.  This action ROG classic has been re-released for mobile devices including iOS and Android and recently the Nintendo Switch back in June 2017.  While it’s great to see the Secret of Mana make a return to a home based Nintendo console the Nintendo 3DS has probably been the best handheld game systems of the early 10’s followed by the Nintendo 3DS XL.  


However, when comes down to JRPG titles for the Nintendo 3DS there are more games that are starting to become popular such as Bravely Second: End Layer, Fire Emblem Fates, Final Fantasy XII: Revenant Wings and others.  The fact that the Secret of Mana can be downloaded on mobile devices would probably hinder the progress the game would make for the Nintendo 3DS at this point.

Should Ultra Street Fighter 2 be released for the Nintendo 3DS?

To ask whether or not Ultra Street Fighter 2 should be released for the Nintendo 3DS is one that is very interesting.  Even though the Nintendo Switch as been doing very good in terms of sales Ultra Street Fighter II looks like a game that could work on handheld device.  While the Nintendo Switch is considered to be a hybrid console many people use to seeing old school video game remakes on Game Boy and other Nintendo handheld devices.


However, the Street Fighter II series is generally regarded as one of the best when it comes down to the fighting genre of gaming.  It deserve to be released for a home console more than it did for the Nintendo 3DS.

Should Sonic Colors be ported for the Nintendo Switch?

 As many people are looking forward to the upcoming releases of Sonic Mania and Sonic Forces there have been online forums talking about whether or not Sonic Colors should be re-released for the Nintendo Switch.  When it comes down to 3D Sonic titles there have been some hits and missed over the past couple of years.  However, Sonic Colors was one of the most recent 3D games that many enjoyed for the Nintendo Wii.

Since its release back in Fall 2010 Sonic Colors has managed to close 2 million units worldwide.  Sonic Colors is definitely one of those platform games for the Wii that people would love to see for the Nintendo Switch.  However, if Sonic Colors is ever re-released for the Nintendo Switch it should probably take place sometime next year.  As cool as Sonic Colors was for the Nintendo Wii if the game is re-released in the near future it could possibly be overshadowed by titles such as Sonic Mania.

Will there be a Mario Maker game for the Nintendo Switch?

Super Mario Maker was a popular title for the Nintendo Wii U when it was first released in the Fall of 2015.  Since Super Mario Maker was released in 2015 it had managed to sell over 3 million units worldwide for the Wii U.  The had also managed to sell over 2 million units worldwide for the Nintendo 3DS which was also impressive as well.


The idea of players being able to create various different levels using graphics from past Super Mario games from the 8 and 16 bit era was something that easily appealed to retro and modern gamers.  Also, being able to publish the levels you created online was probably one of the main features that attracted people to Super Mario Maker.  Along with many other titles that should be ported or receive some type of sequel for the Nintendo Switch Super Mario Maker is definitely one of those games that should be featured on Nintendo’s latest game system.

Will Bayonetta 2 ever be ported for the Nintendo Switch?

It’s almost hard to believe that Bayonetta 2 was released for the Wii-U almost three years ago.  If you never owned a Wii-U then the chance are that you most likely never had the chance to enjoy this hack & slash classic.  In terms of action and gameplay Bayonetta 2 has so much to offer including nice visuals, great storyline along with a polished combat system.


Unlike its prequel Bayonetta 2 was released exclusively for the Wii-U.  Despite, the fact that Bayonetta 2 was a Wii-U exclusive the game has reportedly sold close to 1 million units worldwide which is impressive considering the fact that the sales for the Wii-U paled in comparison to some its competitors such as the Xbox One and the PlayStation 3.  However, if Bayonetta 2 did pretty well in sales for the Wii-U it would definitely do great on the Nintendo Switch.