The Nintendo Switch Isn't The 3DS Successor, Confirms Reggie Fils-Aime

  • The Nintendo Switch Isn't The 3DS Successor, Confirms Reggie Fils-Aime

The Nintendo Switch Isn't The 3DS Successor, Confirms Reggie Fils-Aime

VR, 4K and Nintendo Switch are among the hot topics as gaming convention E3 gets underway, allowing the public in to explore the convention for the very first time this year. The 43-second trailer did not reveal much about the gameplay details, except that it is "in development for Nintendo Switch".

On the risk Switch owners take that if they lose their system, they will lose their save files, which now can't be backed up. I want to participate. But as good as their E3 presentation was, conversely, it was also a bit disappointing.

That means the console will get a game in the style of games like Pokemon Sun and Moon.

According to David Young, Assistant Manager of PR at Nintendo of America, "Super Mario Odyssey is bringing Mario back in an epic journey". So with that in mind, here are the top 10 E3 2017 games you should be excited about getting for your Nintendo Switch.

When the console launched, Switch owners were able to get online to access the eShop and to play games with other players online.

The Wii U was Nintendo's worst and lowest selling console ever, but it had some of Nintendo's best games ever, too. Sure, "Wolfenstein 2: The New Colossus" and "The Evil Within 2" look fantastic, but people were looking for Bethesda to branch out a little bit. Sadly, I also suspect that will the case for many others.

After a shipping snafu with Amazon, I spent the better part of a day trying to track a Nintendo Switch down.

What's more, when Nintendo first released the Switch in March this year, it was confident in its claims that the full paid online service would be available in months.

The Metroid Prime Trilogy is held in such high regard that fans were ultimately disappointed in the last entry. But Rocket League is also an undeniable phenomenon that exploded back when it launched on the PlayStation 4 in July of 2015 and remains insanely popular nearly two years later thanks to continued updates and support. This is something Nintendo have knowingly been lacking for a while.

"I have a lot of confidence in saying that we've come out with something that will go above and beyond their expectations", Sakamoto said, talking to Samus fans who have long waited for another 2D Metroid game.

Another problem on the Nintendo Switch is the absence of file management and backing up data. After the Wii U flopped, Nintendo should be humbled and willing to reach out.