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20 Overlooked Single Player Indie Games

We're all familiar with the Hotline Miami's, Hollow Knight's, and Celeste's of the world. These are some of the indie games that hit the big time. Of course, for every one of these games, there's 100 other indie games that have been glossed over, relegated to a spot in a digital store few people will ever find themselves in. I wanted to bring attention to some of these lesser known indie games.
I'm going to order them according to Metacritic Critic Ratings. Some of the games at the bottom have pretty low critic ratings. I personally disagree with the low scores of these games, but it's only fair that you hear from more than just me. Keep in mind that games with only one or two User Ratings on Metacritic will not show the score. A game needs at least three User Ratings on Metacritic before the score will be shown. This is not the case for Critic Reviews.
Price will contain the U.S. PlayStation Store link to the game.
1. Hayfever
2. Valfaris
3. Four Sided Fantasy
4. Bleep Bloop
5. Horizon Shift ‘81
6. Daggerhood
7. Momodora: Reverie Under the Moonlight
8. Ultra Hat Dimension
9. Remothered: Tormented Fathers
10. Reverie
11. Inertial Drift
12. Cursed Castilla (Maldita Castilla EX)
13. Pato Box
14. The Count Lucanor
15. The Bunker
16. A Tale of Paper
17. Late Shift
18. SINNER: Sacrifice for Redemption
19. Verlet Swing
20. Neon Drive
Conclusion
My top 5 on the list in order would be the following: (1.) Hayfever, (2.) Valfaris, (3.) Cursed Castilla: (Maldita Castilla EX), (4.) Momodora: Reverie Under the Moonlight, and (5.) Bleep Bloop.
Have you played any of these games? What are some other overlooked single player indie games?
If you’re looking for more indie games to play, see my post here:
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Praise for Dragon Quest XI (spoilers inbound)

It's been a while since I've sat down with a good turn-based RPG, so I picked up Dragon Quest XI for the Nintendo Switch about a month ago. I'd hear that it would be a great game, but I have to say, I was blown away. I found myself whiling away the hours playing it, and I honestly felt immersed in the game--something I haven't felt in years. Not since Super Mario RPG: Legend of the Seven Stars.
I sank over 150 hours into doing a full playthrough of the game (main game, post game, and bonus bosses), and I thought the game was fantastic from start to finish. Minus the casino minigames and a couple boss fights of course (the fight with Booga and Jinxed Jade come to mind--back to back fights with no chance to heal, and both of them enthralling, beguiling, forcing my characters to dance, and siphoning every point of MP I had didn't make me a happy camper, and Gyldygga almost caused a game over due to having the Midas Touch and hitting like a truck), I enjoyed myself.
I felt connected to all of the characters. Each one had something about them that stood out; from Erik being the best bro ever, to Serena being the sweet one, Sylvando being one of the most well-written characters around (he was a savage when we first met Prince Faris, and even his story with Don Rodrigo reminded me a lot of a coming-out story, something you don't see often--at least I haven't. Rab's role as the team dad and hilarity (you have to love those Ogler's Digest bits), and Jade's cool demeanor, voice (is it a contralto?) and ... charm (she was who I chose to have as a "housemate," as most men who happen to like the Seductress/Femme Fatale characters would) made them all a great cast.
I didn't like Veronica much at first, but it was hard not to like her after her sacrifice. And the identity of the eighth party member took me by surprise (even though I played Smash Bros Ultimate, but I didn't know who he was beforehand, and it was a while since I did that spirit battle). Regardless, I liked him all the same, and the fact that they had something in common with Rab made it all the more humorous.
I didn't play with any Draconian options on, but since I have to stay home for a week, I might as well play it again while I work on poetry, essays, and working out. I've selected every option except No Armor (what can I say; I like the costumes, and I'm not a complete masochist). I've been laughing at all of the NPCs talking tripe and all of the shypox messages for the Hero and party members--except when they cause death, of course, I've been getting my rear end served to me on a silver platter.
Even the weakest enemies were causing problems for me. When it was just Erik and Hero, I was struggling something awful. I just beat the Slayer of the Sands, so from what I hear, it's not going to be as bad, but I'll have to keep my wits about me, especially since if Hero buys the farm, that's an automatic game over, and I can't shop, so whatever I can find or steal is what I have to work with.
This is really a fantastic game. Made me want to pick up Hero in Smash Bros., too.
My apologies for the essay, but I can't sing this game's praises enough. I started with DQ III on the Game Boy Color and loved it, but this one was impeccable. Five Stars, 10 out of 10, A+, all of that good stuff.
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[USA] [H] NES Minis, Games for Nintendo and Sony Systems, Gaming Collectibles [W] Kirby's Dream Land 2 CIB, Etrian Odyssey Nexus cart only, Mario Party 2 box, many more games in list

Looking to trade! I have over 100 confirmed trades :) Right now I am mostly looking for the wants I have listed below, especially the high priority stuff, but I may be open to offers. Just please do not be offended if I say no!
p.s. "CIB" means complete, as in including all the booklets and such that were supposed to come in there, otherwise I will clarify what is included. "NIB" means New In Box, aka sealed, "brand new," in the shrink, etc.
p.p.s. If we are going to trade, all I ask is please be honest about the condition of your items. I can provide pictures for anything I have, please be willing to do the same! Thanks!

HAVE

Mini Consoles
GameCube games, accessories and packaging
N64 booklets
Switch
3DS consoles, games, accessories
3DS boxes and manuals (no games)
DS console, games and accessories
DS boxes and manuals (no games)
GBA games and videos
GBC games and more
GB games and more
GB manuals (no games)
Wii U games and packaging
Wii games and accessories
NES games and accessories
PS3 boxes and manuals (no games)
PS2
PS2 boxes and manuals (no games)
PSX
PSX boxes and manuals (no games)
PC
Strategy guides
Books
Collectibles and posters
Comic Books
Random Stuff

WANT

The high priority stuff:
Lower priority:
Limited Print Switch Games (prefer CIB, also fine with Best Buy retail versions when applicable)
Retail Switch Games
3DS Games
DS Games
GBA
GBC
Game Boy
Wii U Games
Wii Games
GameCube games
PS2 Games
PS3 Games
Strategy Guides
Also if you've read this far, I recently started an Instagram dedicated to video game collecting and would love to connect with others! My username is chillcollector.
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[USA] [H] Games for Nintendo and Sony systems, Nintendo Powers, Strategy Guides, collectibles [W] Kirby's Dream Land 2 CIB, Mario Party 2 box, Etrian Odyssey Nexus cart, more games in list

Looking to trade! I have over 100 confirmed trades :) Right now I am mostly looking for the wants I have listed below, especially the high priority stuff, but I may be open to offers. Just please do not be offended if I say no!
p.s. "CIB" means complete, as in including all the booklets and such that were supposed to come in there, otherwise I will clarify what is included. "NIB" means New In Box, aka sealed, "brand new," in the shrink, etc.
p.p.s. If we are going to trade, all I ask is please be honest about the condition of your items. I can provide pictures for anything I have, please be willing to do the same! Thanks!

HAVE

Mini Consoles
N64 games
N64 booklets
Switch
3DS consoles, games, accessories
3DS boxes and manuals (no games)
DS console, games and accessories
DS boxes and manuals (no games)
GBA games and videos
GBC games and more
GB games and more
GB manuals (no games)
Wii U games and packaging
Wii games and accessories
GameCube games, accessories and packaging
NES games and accessories
PS3 boxes and manuals (no games)
PS2
PS2 boxes and manuals (no games)
PSX games
PSX boxes and manuals (no games)
PC
Strategy guides
Books
Collectibles and posters
Comic Books
Random Stuff

WANT

The high priority stuff:
Lower priority:
Limited Print Switch Games (prefer CIB, also fine with Best Buy retail versions when applicable)
Retail Switch Games
3DS Games
DS Games
GBA
GBC
Game Boy
Wii U Games
Wii Games
GameCube games
PS2 Games
PS3 Games
Strategy Guides
Also if you've read this far, I recently started an Instagram dedicated to video game collecting and would love to connect with others! My username is chillcollector.
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[H] Hundreds of tradable steam game gifts, removed game gifts, steam keys, more [W] TF2 Keys, Paypal

https://steamcommunity.com/tradeoffenew/?partner=128394910&token=KJaXP3jg
Most non-removed games I'd be happy to trade for store price in csgo keys at paypal value, so a collector can just have the gift. I have no attachment to 99% of this stuff, anymore. Most gifts are certainly less than store price, as well.
Do NOT waste my time by offering other games or other gifts.
Anything priced in cash is the PAYPAL PRICE ONLY
Removed Games and DLCs
[*] AERENA Master Edition (brazil) -- $3
[*] Alan Wake Bundle -- $5
[*] Age of Booty -- $20
[*] Age of Empires Online - Summer Sale Bundle DLC Unlock
[*] Batman Arkham City -- $50
[*] ALL ARKHAM CITY DLC (individual gifts) -- $100
[*] Batman Arkham Complete -- $100
[*] Bayonetta Deluxe Edition -- $150
[*] Batman™: Arkham Origins (preorder which contains
deathstroke DLC sub) -- $10
[*] Ben 10 Game Generator 5D -- $300
[*] Brawlhalla - BCX 2016 Pack -- $150
[*] Brink Prima Official Strategy Guide -- $15
[*] CID The Dummy --- $100
[*] DC Universe Online - Amazon Fury Part I
[*] DC Universe Online - Halls of Power Part I
[*] DC Universe Online Power Bundle
[*] DC Universe Online Ultimate Edition Bundle
[*] DC Universe Online: Home Turf
[*] DC Universe Online: Origin Crisis
[*] Dead Island Epidemic
[*] Dead Island Epidemic DIE Contagion Pack Gift
[*] Deus Ex: Human Revolution - Explosion Pack DLC
[*] Disney Infinity 2.0 -- $130
[*] Disney Infinity 3.0 (Crystal Buzz Lightyear) -- $100
[*] Disney Infinity 3.0 (Darth Maul) -- $100
[*] Disney Infinity 3.0- Rise Against the Empire Playset
[*] Dragon Age: Origins - Ultimate - Prima Official Strategy Guide
[*] Dungeonland Gift
[*] Final Fantasy XI -- $650
[*] Funcom Complete Pack (Lego Minifigures + Secret World + Age of Conan DLC) https://steamdb.info/sub/35919/apps/ -- $500
[*] Ghost in the Shell: Stand Alone Complex - First Assault Online -- $20
[*] Greenlight Submission Subscription -- $200
[*] Gotham City Imposters -- $110
[*] Gun Monkey --
[*] H1Z1: Just Survive - Atlas Cosmetic Skin Pack
[*] H1Z1: Just Survive - Manitoba Cosmetic Skin Pack
[*] H1Z1: Just Survive - Whiptail Cosmetic Skin Pack
[*] Instinct -- $100
[*] IVAN vs NAZI ZOMBIES -- $60
[*] Landmark - Trailblazer Buddy Gift
[*] LEGO Minifigures Online -- $600
[*] Marvel Heroes 2015 - Venom Pack
[*] Marvel Heroes 2016 - Marvel's Captain America: Civil War Starter Pack
[*] Mortal Kombat Kollection
[*] Music Creator 6 + Z3TA+2 Bundle
[*] Nebula Online (RU)
[*] Nebula Online Soundtrack Edition
[*] Nosgoth -- $50
[*] Oath of Genesis -- $100
[*] Pinball FX2 - Paranormal Table
[*] Ravaged
[*] Rambo The Video Game: Baker Team
[*] RIPD: The Game (ROW) Gift
[*] Rocket League® - NBA Flag Pack
[*] Saints Row: The Third Prima Official Strategy Guide
[*] Star Trek
[*] Starvoid
[*] Team Fortress 2 - Quakecon Bundle
[*] Team Fortress 2 - Winter Sale 2012
[*] Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: Mutants in Manhattan
[*] The Dead Linger Gift
[*] The Mixed Pack https://steamdb.info/sub/77497/apps/
[*] The Political Machine 2012
[*] The Slaughtering Ground
[*] TOME: Starter Pack Gift
[*] Transformers: War for Cybertron
[*] Tree of Savior (English Ver.) Founder's Server : Exclusive Access 3
[*] Universe At War
[*] Windborne
[*] Windborne Hero Adventurer's Pack
[*] Yooka-Laylee Toybox
Preorders and various exclusive versions(some contain exclusive preorder content)
[*] Arkham Origins Preorder (comes with exclusive Deathstroke sub) https://steamdb.info/sub/29695/apps/
[*] Bioshock 2 Pre-Order
[*] Bioshock Infinite Pre-Order WW
[*] Brutal Legend Pre-Purchase
[*] Disgaea PC: Digital Deluxe Dood Edition
[*] Dishonored 2 Pre-Order
[*] Painkiller hell & Damnation preorder (comes with exclusive preorder content)
[*] Goodbye Deponia Pre-Purchase
[*] Sonic Generations Preorder
[*] Magicka (1st week promotion)
[*] South Park The Fractured But Whole (preorder DLC included)
F2P Game Gifts and/or general collectibles
[*] Altitude
[*] Air Brawl
[*] Air Buccaneers
[*] Awesomenauts
[*] Brawlhalla
[*] Evolve Stage 2
[*] Ori and the Blind Forest
[*] Proto Galaxy
[*] RIFT
[*] SNOW - Gift for Closed Beta customers
[*] Space Forerunner Fleet Pack Gift (Fractured Space)
OTHER GAME GIFTS
[*] AI War Bundle (20 11)
[*] Alderamin on the Sky: A Stormy Encounter
[*] Aliens versus Predator Classic 2000
[*] ARMA: Cold War Assault
[*] Attack on Titan / A.O.T. Wings of Freedom (SEA)
[*] Batman™: Arkham Knight
[*] Bioshock RU
[*] BIT.TRIP RUNNER
[*] BIT.TRIP BEAT
[*] BIT.TRIP CORE
[*] BIT.TRIP VOID
[*] Bone Complete Bundle
[*] Breath of Death VII
[*] Broken Dreams
[*] Cargo! The Quest for Gravity (vivamedia)
[*] Castlevania: Lords of Shadow – Ultimate Edition
[*] Chaos on Deponia
[*] Cities XL Platinum
[*] Counter-Strike + Day of Defeat Deathmatch + ricochet + Condition Zero (Unknown package 41)
[*] Crusader Kings II: Iberian Portraits
[*] Cthulhu Saves the World
[*] Cubemen
[*] Cubicle Quest (ru)
[*] Dead Bits
[*] Dad Bits Collector's Edition
[*] Deadlight
[*] Death Rally
[*] DG2: Defense Grid 2 Special Edition
[*] Defense Grid: Containment Bundle
[*] Defy Gravity Extended
[*] Despair
[*] Deus Ex Collection
[*] Devil May Cry 3 and 4 Bundle
[*] Devil May Cry 3 and 4 Bundle (RU)
[*] Developer Alliance Bundle
[*] Dino D-Day
[*] Disgaea 2 PC / 魔界戦記ディスガイア2 PC
[*] Disgaea PC / 魔界戦記ディスガイア PC
[*] Disgaea PC: Digital Dood Edition
[*] Disney Mega Pack
[*] DmC Devil May Cry: Costume Pack
[*] Don't Starve + Don't Starve Together gift
[*] Dota 2 Unknown package 16979
[*] Down To One
[*] DRAGON BALL XENOVERSE 2 (China)
[*] DRAGON QUEST HEROES™ Slime Edition (RU)
[*] Duke Nukem Forever Collection
[*] Dungeon Defenders Halloween Costume Pack
[*] Dynamite Jack
[*] Eaten Alive
[*] Ender's Game
[*] Endless Legend™ - Classic Edition
[*] Evolve
[*] Evolve PC Monster Race
[*] Evolve Preorder (l4d included)
[*] Fallout Tactics: Brotherhood of Steel
[*] FEAR: Ultimate Shooter Edition
[*] First Assault - Recruit Early Access Pack
[*] Tree of Savior (English Ver.) Founder's Server : Exclusive Access 1 (SEA)
[*] Tree of Savior (English Ver.) Founder's Server : Exclusive Access 3 (SEA)
[*] Tree of Savior (English Ver.) Founder's Server : Exclusive Access 3
[*] Friday the 13th: The Game Pre-Purchase (ru)
[*] Galactic Civilizations I and II Pack
[*] Game of Thrones
[*] Ghostbusters™
[*] Goodbye Deponia Pre-Purchase
[*] Gothic 3 Forsaken Gods EE
[*] Gothic II (NA)
[*] Gratuitous Space Battles
[*] Gratuitous Space Battles - Complete Pack
[*] Greed Corp
[*] Greyfox RPG
[*] Guardians of Middle-earth
[*] Hive With Pillbug, Ladybug, Mosquito DLC Gift
[*] Holiday Sale 2011 Gift: APOX
[*] Holiday Sale 2011 Gift: Dogfighter
[*] Holiday Sale 2011 Gift: Valve Complete Pack
[*] How to Survive - Storm Warning Edition (RU)
[*] Hydrophobia: Prophecy
[*] Hyperdimension Neptunia Re;Birth1
[*] Hyperdimension Neptunia Re;Birth2
[*] Introversion Complete Pack
[*] Izetta: The Last Witch: Beginning of the War
[*] Kabaneri of the Iron Fortress: Frightened Corpse
[*] KanColle: Hello, Commander!
[*] Killing Floor Gift (LAM)
[*] Lead and Gold: Gangs of the Wild West
[*] Left 4 Dead
[*] Lilly and Sasha: Curse of the Immortals
[*] Lost Planet® 2
[*] Mahjong Pretty Girls Battle
[*] Make America Great Again: The Trump Presidency
[*] Making History: The Calm & the Storm
[*] Max Payne 3 Rockstar Pass
[*] Mega Man Legacy Collection / ロックマン クラシックス コレク ション
[*] Men of War™
[*] Men of War: Assault Squad - Game of the Year Edition
[*] Monaco: What's Yours Is Mine
[*] Morphopolis
[*] Munin
[*] NARUTO SHIPPUDEN: Ultimate Ninja STORM 4
[*] NARUTO SHIPPUDEN: Ultimate Ninja STORM 4 (LAM)
[*] NARUTO SHIPPUDEN: Ultimate Ninja STORM Bundle (EU)
[*] New kind of adventure
[*] NiGHTS Into Dreams
[*] Orange: LETTER 01
[*] Out There Somewhere
[*] Painkiller Hell & Damnation (RU)
[*] PARTICLE MACE - Soundtrack
[*] PAYDAY 2: A Merry Payday Christmas Soundtrack
[*] Penumbra Collectors Pack
[*] PewDiePie: Legend of the Brofist
[*] Phantom Breaker: Battle Grounds - Kemomimi Costume DLC
[*] Phantom Breaker: Battle Grounds - Kurisu Makise + Level 99 Pack
[*] POSTAL 2 (HK / Taiwan)
[*] ProtoGalaxy
[*] Puzzle Indie
[*] Real Horror Stories Ultimate Edition
[*] Red Orchestra 2: Heroes of Stalingrad with Rising Storm
[*] ReLIFE: Kaizaki Arata (27), Unemployed
[*] Renegade Ops
[*] Renegade Ops - Coldstrike Campaign
[*] Risen 2: Dark Waters
[*] Risk of Rain 2 ROW
[*] Robotex
[*] Rochard
[*] Rome: Total War™ - Collection
[*] RPG Maker VX Ace - High Fantasy Main Party Pack I
[*] RPG Maker VX Ace - Inspirational Vol. 1
[*] RPG Maker VX Ace - The Adventurer's Journey
[*] RPG Maker VX Ace - Zombie Survival Graphic Pack
[*] Sanctum: Collection
[*] Star Saviors
[*] Scooby Doo! & Looney Tunes Cartoon Universe: Adventure
[*] Serious Sam 3 BFE Deluxe
[*] Serious Sam Classic Second Encounter Gift
[*] Serious Sam Complete Pack (October 2012)
[*] Shadowgrounds
[*] Shelter 2_Pre order
[*] Shower With Your Dad Simulator 2015: Do You Still Shower
With Your Dad
[*] Sinister City
[*] Sleeping Dogs: Dragon Master Pack
[*] SNOW
[*] Soul Gambler
[*] Space Empires IV Deluxe
[*] Space Farmers 2-Pack Gift
[*] Fractured Space Space Forerunner Fleet Pack Gift
[*]Space Pirates and Zombies (SPAZ)
[*] SpaceChem
[*] SpaceChem: 63 Corvi
[*] Specialist Early Access Pack
[*] Starbound (china)
[*] Squishy the Suicidal Pig
[*] Syberia
[*] Takedown: Red Sabre
[*] Talisman: Digital Edition
[*] The Adventures of Super Mario Bros. 3: Sneaking Lying Cheating Giant Ninja Koopas
[*] The Deletion
[*] The Guild II Collection
[*] The Hat Man: Shadow Ward
[*] The Howler
[*] The Political Machine 2016
[*] The Ship - 2 Pack Gift
[*] The Witcher 2: Assassins of Kings Enhanced Edition
[*] The Walking Dead: 400 Days
[*] Lara Croft and the Guardian of Light
[*] Tons of Tomb Raider DLC
[*] Tomb Raider: Anniversary
[*] Tomb Raider: Legend
[*] Tomb Raider: Underworld
[*] Total War: Shogun 2 - Fall of the Samurai – The Tsu Faction Pack
[*] Trine 2: Complete Story Gift
[*] TRON RUN/r Ultimate Edition - Gift Base Game
[*] TRON RUN/r: Deluxe Edition
[*] TrumPiñata
[*] UFO: Extraterrestrials Gold
[*] Uncrowded
[*] Valkyria Chronicles™
[*] Velvet Assassin
[*] War of the Roses: House of Lancaster Armor Set
[*] Wargame Franchise Pack (European Escalation and Airland Battle)
[*] Waveform
[*] Waveform Eris DLC
[*] Why So Evil + Why So Evil 2: Dystopia + Brilliant Bob
[*] Why So Evil 2: Dystopia + Why So Evil + Brilliant Bob
[*] Woodle Tree Adventures
[*] Yamada-kun and the Seven Witches: I've Turned Into Her!
[*] Yooka-Laylee
[*] Yooka-Laylee Digital Deluxe Edition
[*] Ys I & II Chronicles+
Steam Keys
2064: Read Only Memories
7 Grand Steps
A Virus Named Tom
AI War: Fleet Command
Ballistick
Beat Hazard Ultra
Chroma Squad
Dangerous High School Girls in Trouble
Double Fine Adventure Documentary
Dusty Revenge: Co-Op Edition
Ellipsis
Girls Like Robots
GRAV (Early Access)
Guacamelee! Gold Edition
Guacamelee Super Turbo Championship Edition
Guns of Icarus Online
Hand of Fate
Hot Tin Roof: The Cat That Wore A Fedora Deluxe
Human Resource Machine
Invisible, Inc.
JumpJet Rex
Luna's Wandering Stars
Mini Metro
Monster Loves You
Mushroom 11
Ninja Pizza Girl
No Time to Explain
Nuclear Throne
Overgrowth Steam key
Potatoman Seeks the Troof
Q.U.B.E: Director's Cut
Retro Game Crunch
Rituals
Robot Roller-Derby Disco Dodgeball
Rocket Birds: Hardboiled Chicken
ROCKETSROCKETSROCKETS
Secrets of Raetikon
shutshimi
Song of the Deep
Spirits
Sproggiwood
Streamline Early Access
Super Galaxy Squadron EX
Super Hexagon
Super Meat Boy
The Swapper
System Shock Pack
Team Indie
Thirty Flights of Loving
TIMEframe
VVVVVV
Waking Mars
World of Goo
ABZU
Husk
Okhlos
Project Highrise
Steamworld Heist
LIMBO
PAYDAY 2 - E3 2016 Mask Pack
PAYDAY 2 - The Golden Grin Casino Heist DLC
Dead Space Steam Key
Burnout Paradise: The Ultimate Box Steam Key
Crysis 2 Maximum Edition Steam Key
Trine 2: Complete Story Steam Key
Mark of the Ninja
Gunmetal Arcadia Zero (Steam, Humble Monthly)
Eets Munchies Steam Key
Dead Island: Game of the Year Edition
Saints Row 2
Command & Conquer: Red Alert 3 - Uprising Steam Key
The Lord of the Rings: War in the North
Mirror's Edge Steam Key
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Nintendo's missing franchises and their chances of coming to Switch (long read)

“I want X for Switch”, “when is X coming to the Switch”, “X is perfect for the Switch!” How often have you heard or said these sentences? Quite a lot, probably, especially about Nintendo franchises. Nintendo fans really like first-party games, and they’re always asking for their favorites to come back. Problem is, even though Nintendo owns dozens of franchises, there’s only a few that are guaranteed to show up during any given console, so fans of smaller franchises are left wondering when they’ll play them again.
Well, today I’ll try to mostly answer these questions. I’ll take a look at several, Nintendo-owned franchises and try to figure out what are their chances of coming to Switch. I’ll be basing myself on this such as release schedule, success of previous entries, popular demand, market niche and internal interest at Nintendo.
However, keep in mind two things. One: Nintendo owns a shit-ton of IPs, and I won’t cover them all. I’ll focus on the ones that have multiple entries, and even then, I might skip a few if I feel I have no meaningful insight.
And two: No matter what I or anyone else says, the chances for any of these games to come back is NOT ZERO. Nintendo is unpredictable and they’ll sometimes bring something out of the blue when you least expect it. This year alone we saw the return of Brain Age (a franchise not seen since 2012), Clubhouse Games (a sequel to a game from 2005), and Famicom Detective Club, a franchise with two games from 1988/89, which then received a remake in 1998 and then nothing until twenty two years later. Granted, it’s another remake, but it is still a modern installment in a franchise twenty two years dormant. If Famicom Detective Club can come back in 2020, so can your favorite franchise. Now, let’s begin, in alphabetical order:
Art Academy
Starting off with a small one. Art Academy is a series of drawing games that started on the DS in 2010 and then released pretty consistently over the following years, with three entries on 3DS and two (well, one and a half) for the WiiU between 2010 and 2016. Already this feels like a franchise with a pretty consistent release schedule, even though it hasn’t been seen for four years now. I don’t think any of the games were blockbusters, per se, but they also don’t need to be. They’re small games, probably inexpensive to produce that seem to do consistently well enough to get new sequels.
There are several obstacles that present themselves to the release of a new Art Academy, but I think all of them are easily overcome. For starters, AA is the type of casual game that thrived during the DS/Wii eras, a Touch Generations game. Since the Switch released, many have noted that Nintendo may want to distance themselves from that era due to the failure of the WiiU, and there may be some truth to that, but I feel like this is starting to change. Again, this year saw the return of both Brain Age and Clubhouse Games, both casual, Touch Generations DS games. I feel like, at the start of the Switch’s life cycle, Nintendo was indeed trying to focus on core gamers, but now that they have secured that core gamer audience, they may be more comfortable releasing more casual fare.
Furthermore Art Academy is developed by Headstrong Games, a British developer that doesn’t seem to do much other than AA. However, in 2017, that team was absorbed into its parent studio, Kuju Games. This move, which happened the year after the last AA game released, may have something to do with the franchsie’s MIA status. But, Kuju games is still active, having released a game just last year, and I don’t see why they couldn’t take up the mantle.
Finally, some speculated a few years ago that AA was dead due to the Switch not having a stylus but, OH WAIT, Brain Age fixed that too!
All in all, even though Art Academy is hardly a hot franchise, there’s very little standing in the way of its return, and little reason to doubt that it will.
Chances: Good
Chibi-Robo!
We may have started on a positive note, but here comes a downer. Chibi-Robo is probably not coming back anytime soon. This cute little robot debuted in his self-titled Game Cube game, developed by Skip Ltd. Like most games by the developer, it was quirky and fun, and not very popular, but had its fans, and Chibi-Robo must have endeared someone at Nintendo, because he kept showing up here and there. He got two DS sequels, though the second one was Japan-only, already a red flag. In 2013, he starred in a 3DS eshop game that was very different from the main games, more of an experimental spin-off, and was not well-received.
But the real final nail came in 2015, with Chibi-Robo Zip Lash! The game was announced to be a 2D platformer, and many fans identified the change in genre (from a unique adventure game to one of the most over-saturated genres in Nintendo consoles) as a total sell-out, and they were totally correct! The developers basically admitted that they did it to try and get more players (red flag). Series producer Kensuke Tanabe then said that if the game didn’t sell well, it could be the end of the franchise (RED FLAG). And then, the unfortunate but inevitable happened. Zip Lash was a critical and commercial bomb, and neither the developer nor the franchise has been seen again. Aside from the inevitable Smash Bros mentions, Chibi-Robo has only been seen on that infamous flaming tweet from 2018 (I told you someone at Nintendo really likes them). To make matters worse, there are increasing signs that Skip Ltd may be going under
So, a struggling franchise makes a desperate move to gain fans, a developer expresses concerns for its future if the game bombs, said game bombs and now the developer may be going out of business? It seems the writing is on the wall.
Now, even if Skip goes under, that is not necessarily the end of Chibi. Nintendo would still retain the rights, as they did for Trace Memory and Hotel Dusk after developer Cing went under. As for whether or not Nintendo would want to give the franchise a second (third? Fourth?) chance, it doesn’t look good
Chances: Very bad
Custom Robo
From one diminutive robot to another, the Custom Robo series is and robo-battle series that began on the N64. It was Japan only, as was its N64 and GBA sequels. Afterwards, Nintendo did try to expand it, releasing a GameCube game in NA, and a DS game in NA and Europe. However, despite the fact that players of these games will attest to how good these games are, they didn’t seem to do very well, and the franchise has not been seen since 2007.
There was one statement of internal interest, when a developer in 2014 said that he heard demands both inside and outside the company for a new entry, but that there were no plans for one, and he was unsure when there would be. Six years on, it seems there still aren’t. In fact, the developer itself, Noise, is also strangely MIA. Though they are officially still active, with their website being updated for 2020, they have not worked on a game since 2015.
Then, in 2018, many fans watched in horror the news that Nintendo let the trademark expire. Some have pointed out that this isn’t as bad as it seems, as it refers specifically to games on optical discs, which Nintendo doesn’t make anymore, but I don’t know enough about the subject to say for certain. Regardless, it’s evident that Nintendo still owns the franchise, as Custom Robo content appears in Smash Ultimate.
On the other hand, one of the series creators, Kohji Kendoh, is still thinking about it. He is working for another developer, and released a suspiciously similar game called Synaptic Drive just this year, as well as talking about Custom Robo in social media. It seems like a Mighty no9/ Yooka-Laylee/Bloodstained situation, in which the owner of an Ip is not using it, so the creator releases a spiritual successor.
Bottom line, there seems to be demand for Custom Robo. A developer saw it six years ago, and the creator is seeing it now. Whether or not thinks this demand is enough to revive the franchise, is tough to say, but doesn’t look great.
Not as bad as Chibi-Robo, though
Chances: Bad
Daigasso! Band Brothers
Here’s a franchise Americans never got. Daigasso! Band Brother is a rhythm game released for the DS in 2004 and stars Barbara the Bat, who has an uncharacteristically risqué design for Nintendo. The game was Japan-only but seems to have been successful, it received a sequel in 2009 (released in Europe, but not NA), and another in 2013 for the 3DS. Despite not having received new games since then, the series is far from inactive. Barbara the Bat in particular, like Chibi-Robo, seems to have fans inside Nintendo because she pops up everywhere. She had cameos in a few other DS games, she was an AT in Brawl and a spirit in Ultimate, she was a costume in Mario Maker, she appeared in a comic strip with WarioWare’s Ashley, and the series has a Twitter account that was super active all the way up to April of this year (more on that later). In 2017, that account even tweeted a comic strip of Barbara demanding a Switch. That was probably not a tease of anything, as it’s been 3 years and nothing, but stuff has happened with the franchise even more recently.
Last year, in 2019, six years after the release of the 3DS game, there were 30 songs added to the game in celebration of the series 15th anniversary. So as late as last year, Nintendo was celebrating this franchise with an in-game event. Now, the servers for the game were shut down earlier this year (hence the end of the Twitter account), and the game was removed from the eshop (as it is basically pointless without the servers), but with recent news that the 3DS has ceased production, it’s pretty clear that the game’s end is a consequence of the 3DS’ end, and not a lack of players. So if the series is alive, but can’t be on the 3DS, it has to go somewhere, no? Bottom line: the games are successful, the series is active, and the character is popular. I don’t know if Barbara the Bat’s next tour will be an international one, but I’m confident it will happen
Chances: Very Good
Dillon’s Rolling Western
DRW is a unique western-themed tower defense game released on the 3DS eshop in 2012. It received mixed reviews, but had a dedicated fanbase, and was successful enough to spawn two sequels, one in 2013, and a post-apocalyptic themed one in 2018. With a game having released just two years ago, its reasonable to say the series is not dormant, so the prospect of a new game is always likely. The developer, Vanpool, who mostly works on smaller scale stuff like this, is both still active and still working at Nintendo.
So, really the only reason to believe the series wouldn’t continue would be if the latest game bombed really hard. It’s hard to say that it did, as sales figures are unavailable, but it was a 3DS game in 2018, probably didn’t set the charts on fire. But then again, unless Nintendo had some really unrealistically high expectations, I don’t think it could have bombed hard enough to kill the franchise that fast.
There’s not much more to say. There aren’t any rumblings of a return, but also no reason to be pessimistic.
Chance: Above Average
Earthbound
Let’s make one thing perfectly clear: There will not be a Mother 4
The Creator of the series, Shigesato Itoi, has said that he would not work on a fourth installment, as he feels the story is complete. Now, normally, Nintendo could just say “screw creative integrity, let’s make a fourth game anyway!” but Shigesato Itoi directly co-owns the series’ copyright so they actually can’t. So unless Itoi changes his mind, or he dies and Nintendo decides to ignore his wishes (neither scenario is completely outside the realm of possibility), Mother 4 is not happening.
So, if new Mother content is made, it’d be either a remake, or Mother 3 localization. We all know demand for this last one is overwhelming, Nintendo themselves have acknowledged it multiple times, but it still hasn’t happened, and it doesn’t seem things have changed. A remake is possible, but don’t hold your breath for it.
Despite the series’ popularity, I think all we’ll see of it is the first two games in NSO.
Chances: Bad
Excitebike
This is a hard one to pinpoint. Excitebike is one of those classic NES games that Nintendo likes to reference all the time, like Ice Climber, Balloon Fight, Wrecking Crew and Duck Hunt. Unlike those, Excitebike actually received sequels and established a franchised. There was a great entry on the N64 and three entries on the Wii, but nothing more since. I can’t imagine the Wii entries were super successful, and there really hasn’t been any word from Nintendo about any interest in reviving the series, either from developers, or the fans. The developer of the Wii games, Monster Games, is still active, and still makes racing games and extreme sports games, but hasn’t worked with Nintendo in 5 years.
Now, one point I see often, and that I’d like to address, is the idea that Nintendo doesn’t want multiple games from the same genre on the same console. I can’t agree. With the exception of the WiiU, every Nintendo home console since the SNES has had multiple Nintendo-published racing games released for it. WiiU didn’t but that console is an exception to many norms. I don’t see why Mario Kart, behemoth that it is, would stop any other racing game from being made, especially when they are so very different (although the fact that MK8 has an Excitebike track doesn’t inspire confidence).
No, I don’t think Mario Kart is the problem, I think is just lack of interest. And though Excitebike is not a franchise Nintendo will ever truly forget, it’s not really revving up for a comeback either. It could happen, it could not
Chances: Medium
Fatal Frame
This horror franchise wasn’t originally a Nintendo product, being released on the PS2 by Tecmo. However, since the fourth game, each title in the series has been published and copyrighted by Nintendo, and this seemingly applies to all future entries, as the series producer said the series’ future is up to Nintendo. So, how does that future look like?
Well, the last game in the series, Maiden of Black Water, was a WiiU game, which means it didn’t sell well, but not as badly as you might think. From all I could find, which is admittedly not much, sales for the game seemed to be only slightly less than previous entries, a gap more than explainable by its console. So, if the series was getting sequels before, the WiiU game’s sales wouldn’t be the reason why there wouldn’t be more. And though Nintendo of America has had to take baby steps into accepting the franchise overseas, Nintendo of Japan seemed satisfied with it, releasing four games between 2008 and 2014.
So sales aren’t an evident problem, what about the developer? That developer is Tecmo Koei, who is not only active and buddies with Nintendo, their current project is none other than Nintendo’s big holiday title. There’s obvious trust there. As for interest, there is a lot. From Koei Tecmo calling it a valuable IP, to the series producer stating multiple times, including this year, that he’d like to bring it to the Switch
Now, this comment pretty much confirms that a new Fatal Frame is not in development as of now, but it has a chance of happening. And remember, the last game is on WiiU, and if we know anything about those, is that they like to come to Switch. And though I don’t see Nintendo breaking their necks to make a new entry, I don’t think they’d oppose it if Tecmo pitches it to them, especially if it’s just a port.
Chances: Good
Fossil Fighters
This game is not Pokémon, or so its fans tell me. Fossil Fighters is a DS game from 2008 where you collect various species of dinosaur and battle with other ~Dinosaur Trainers~ Fossil Fighters in RPG battles. It didn’t receive great reviews, but was successful enough to get a sequel two years later, and another one on the 3DS in 2014. Three games in six years is a pretty good release schedule, and things were looking alright, until that 3DS game came. It was primarily developed by a different studio, and it showed. The game received abysmal reviews, and fan reception was similar. Sales weren’t awful, but not great either.
Since then, the series has been completely quiet. The developer, Red Entertainment, is still active, but hasn’t worked with Nintendo since the 3DS game. As for interest, there hasn’t been a peep from Nintendo about this series at all. No interviews describing vague interest in bringing it bad, no acknowledgment of fan demand, no cameos in other games (aside from Smash, which doesn’t count, Smash has everything). Even fan demand doesn’t seem too high, most of what I’ve seen is a Change.org petition which has been up for a year and has not reached its 2500 signatures goal.
It looks like this series could become a fossil itself. Someday some might dig it up and revive it to use in battle, but I’m not feeling it.
Still not as bad as Chibi-Robo
Chances: Bad
F-Zero
This is the reason you’re reading this.
Oh, F-Zero. If fan demand alone was the deciding factor, F-Zero would be top priority. People want F-Zero, people beg for F-zero, people who have never played, beg for F-Zero. And Nintendo knows this, they’ve acknowledged it. They themselves haven’t forgotten it. Even putting Smash aside, there was an F-Zero minigame in Nintendo Land. There are F-Zero tracks in Mario Kart. They’ve done everything but make a new F-Zero game, but why the hell not?
Well, it’s important to understand that the F-Zero series declined in sales throughout its life. The best-selling game is still the first, and though the following games were fantastic, they sold less and less, and yet, strangely enough, between 2003-2004, Nintendo released THREE F-Zero games. Around the same time, they also released an anime. There are several great articles and videos about what happened to F-Zero, but the best point I’ve seen is that Nintendo tried, in 2003, to really push F-Zero, but it didn’t work. So, with their attempt failed, they let the series sleep, and just never woke it up, even as fan demand increased.
In 2015, Miyamoto commented on the series, and said that, though he heard the demand, he was unsure on what to do with the series, on how to make a new game. Many fans scoffed and said he’d just need to make a modern F-Zero and that’d be great, but I think internal concern runs deeper. Just doing F-Zero failed in 2003, so why would it work now?
That said, I think there is hope. Fan demand is powerful, and more and more we see a new generation of Nintendo developers pushing the company forward. These younger developers are the ones behind new IP like Splatoon and ARMS, and great reinventions of existing ones like Odyssey and BotW. It’s possible that these same younger developers could hear the fan demand, and want to take on the series without the hesitation of their older peers.
It’s been 16 years, but Kid Icarus was gone for 19, wasn’t it?
Stranger things have happened
Chances: I want to believe
Golden Sun
And here’s the other one.
Few Nintendo fans are as vocal and dedicated to their dormant franchise as Golden Sun games. For those who don’t know, Golden Sun was a couple of excellent GBA RPGs released in 2001 and 2002, with a DS sequel in 2010. Such erratic release schedule would make predicting the series’ future difficult at the best of times, but the DS game was seen as a disappointment by many fans and sales were unimpressive. With ten years having passed with no new game, is the series done for? Well, let’s look at it.
In 2012, one of the developers gave an interview in which he straight up said that, if there was fan demand for it, there would “naturally” be a fourth game. We know that developer interview doesn’t immediately guarantee a sequel, but this is also a much more positive statement than Custom Robo and F-Zero’s “We know there’s demand, but we don’t know what to do with it”. This is “If there’s demand, it will happen.” So, is there demand?
You bet your ass there is. And it feels like it is growing. There was a high-profile hoax about a fourth game in 2017 (a similar hoax happened some time before the third game, by the way). The series received notably more content in Smash Ultimate than series of similar standing (quite possibly an acknowledgment of its popularity). And last year, Cory Balrog, director of 2018’s GOTY God of War, tweeted about all the franchises he would trade for a new Golden Sun. Nintendo could hardly have asked for a higher profile endorsement within the industry.
So if fan demand is there, why hasn’t it happened yet? Well, it helps to look at the development history of the series. The first game took eighteen months to develop, considered a long time for a handheld game at the time. And though the eight years between the GBA and DS games may have you believe it took a long time to greenlight a sequel, that’s not the case. Signs point to internal discussion about a sequel to the GBA games as early as 2002, with developers quoted as saying that Nintendo was asking them to make a new one. One of the series producers also said that the series takes a long time to make because of its complexity. After the DS game failed to meet expectations, its understandable that Nintendo may not have been as enthusiastic for a new game as it was before, but it seems like, even if the series is alive and well, the long hiatus would not be uncharacteristic. In that same interview quoted before, the developer even said that a new game would take a long time. In fact, if GS4 had started development shortly after that interview, if it took as long as Dark Dawn, the game would be wrapping up production around now.
Then there’s the developer, Camelot. Aside from Golden Sun, they pretty much only make Mario Tennis and Mario Golf. They release schedule is also super consistent, with a new game every other year, sometimes every year. We already got a Mario Tennis on Switch two years ago so, if not for COVID, their new game would probably have released this year. All things point, then, for the next Camelot game to hit the Switch next year. Smart money would be in Mario Golf, but maybe it is finally Golden Sun.
Finally, I don’t think, as others do, that Xenoblade is the reason GS is not happening. Again, I don’t see evidence to support the idea that Nintendo doesn’t want to publish more than one game in the same genre. Both the GBA and DS had more than a dozen Nintendo-published RPGs, and the Wii and 3DS got RPGs even after Xenoblade released for them. I don’t see why Xenoblade would stop a Switch Golden Sun, especially when they are very different kinds of RPGs. GS is actually closer to Octopath Traveler, whose success was enough to impress SE, why wouldn’t Nintendo want a piece?
Really, I think the biggest obstacle is that Nintendo might want to prioritize the safe investment of Mario sports games over Golden Sun, but the more I research, the more I feel like GS’s chances are higher now than they were at any point in the last ten years.
I feel there’s hope this sun will rise again
Chances: Above average
Kid Icarus
Sorry to keep you waiting.
Kid Icarus was an OK NES game that had a forgotten Game Boy sequel and then nobody cared about it for 19 years until it was unexpectedly revived for the 3DS in 2012. This story is a testament to the fact that, just because its been a long time, it doesn’t mean it will never happen. But in order to know if it will happen again, let’s understand how it happened in the first place.
It’s important to mention that reviving Kid Icarus was not the intent behind KI: Uprising, it was the idea of its director, Masahiro Sakurai. Nintendo had given him a project and Sakurai decided to use an established franchise for it. He briefly considered Star Fox, but decided to use Kid Icarus, for which he probably had a soft spot, considering he had added Pit to Brawl some years earlier. So, there wasn’t an exec at Nintendo who woke up one day and decided to bring Kid Icarus back, they gave the director a project, and, after some deliberation, he decided to use Kid Icarus for it.
That director is currently busy developing Smash Bros DLC, but even after that’s over, he probably won’t revisit Kid Icarus. He has shot down the idea of him working on a sequel or a port. His words were: "For now, my thought is that perhaps we'll see someone else besides me make another Kid Icarus in another 25 years." Yikes. That’s pretty damning. Sure, Nintendo could get someone else to make the game, but if it was only Sakurai that was interested in the series in the first place, what is the hope of that?
Well, that statement is not super accurate. Before Uprising, there was actually a Kid Icarus reboot in development for the Wii. It was cancelled, and thank God for it, as it was an awfully stupid gritty reboot, but it showed that there was interest in the franchise even before Uprising. Naturally, you’d expect interest to be bigger now than before.
The fact that Uprising not only grew the series’ fanbase, but the that there are Kid Icarus characters in Smash Bros, means that the franchise has a permanent place in the interest in Nintendo fans. Smash in particular means that there are 18 million people who know Pit and Palutena and would turn their heads if a new game was announced. Furthermore, Nintendo’s new CEO is interested in bringing 3DS franchises to the Switch after the success of the Switch Lite, especially now that the 3DS is officially dead, so the opening is there for it.
There is definitely demand for a new Kid Icarus game, but it is too sporadic a franchise to be certain, and if it were to happen, Nintendo would have to find someone new to do it. But, in the end, the series is definitely in a better place now than it was 10 years ago.
Chances: Medium
Legendary Starfy
Legendary Starfy was a 2D platformer for the GBA that was apparently really successful, as it received four sequels in the span of five years. Not only that but, like Barbara and Chibi-Robo, Starfy himself was quite popular. He had cameos in Mario & Luigi and Super Princess Peach, music of the series was in Donkey Konga, he is a regular Assist Trophy in Smash and was a costume in Mario Maker. Though the series took until the last game to come to the West, there were plans to bring the first four games too, as well as consideration for expanding the series to the Wii. The series was widely advertised, with animated commercials and tons of merchandise, including plush dolls, CDs, pencils, birthday balloons, casino cards and two manga series. When asked if there were plans for a sixth game, the developer answered “Yes!”, no ifs, not buts, straight-up Yes.
And then… nothing. The series just stopped. And the reason why is: I have no idea. Maybe if the last game bombed spectacularly, but it doesn’t seem to be the case. Sure, Japanese sales declined with each entry, but not by that much. Maybe NA sales weren’t what Nintendo was hoping for, but surely not enough to kill such a steady franchise.
The confusion only grows when we look at its developer, Tose. Now, this is interesting. You’ve probably played a Tose game without knowing. They have worked on over A THOUSAND GAMES, but they never receive credit. They merely assist with development in the shadows. As one exec puts it: "Our policy is not to have a vision. Instead, we follow our customers' visions. Most of the time we refuse to put our name on the games, not even staff names." They are a ghost developer. Even its Wikipedia page admits that the list of games on it is purely speculative. There are probably hundreds more, that we don’t know about.
The only exception is the Starfy series. That series was their vision. So why did they stop? Could they have decided that it was against their vision to make a game of their vision? We can only speculate.
The fact that the series’ end was so unexpected, and its developer so mysterious, means that any speculation about it is a shot in the dark. All I can say is that there’s no particular reason to expect it.
Chances: Not Good
Nintendogs
Here’s a big one. Nintendogs was one of the biggest successes of the casual era, on par with Brain Age and Wii Fit, but unlike those, it remained a multi-million seller during the 3DS/WiiU generation. And though Nintendo may have tried, at first, to distance the Switch from that era, the return of Brain Age and Clubhouse Games indicates that other casual games would follow, and Nintendogs would be a no-brainer.
There is, however, one big problem: the Switch does not have a microphone. While Brain Age on the DS also used the microphone a lot, it was not essential to it. You could easily make Brain Age without it. But not Nintendogs. Issuing voice commands to your virtual pup is integral to the experience. No microphone means no Nintendogs.
But with that said, Nintendo did go to the trouble of making a Switch stylus, seemingly just for Brain Age, so maybe they could make a microphone peripheral. Sure, a microphone would be more complex to make than a stylus, but not inconceivable. They did something like that with the Wii Speak. I’m sure for that nintendogs money, Nintendo would do it.
Worst case scenario, Nintendo releases Nintendogs and forces you to use the NSO app’s voice chat to talk with your dog. You know they’d do it.
There’s also the fact that another developer released a nintendogs clone for the Switch last year, but I don’t think Nintendo gives a shit.
Chances: Good
Nintendo Wars
You may know this series better as “Advance Wars” and you may also know that it is fantastic. In fact, it is one of the highest rated Nintendo franchises on Metacritic, and had a pretty consistent release schedule between 1988 and 2008. All was looking pretty god. But unfortunately the series has been dormant since the last entry on DS. Part of it may be because the series, though originally Japan-only, was never all that popular in Japan. In fact, that last game only saw a limited release as a My Nintendo reward in the region.
There is, however, still demand for the series, both externally and internally. Producers from both Nintendo and developer Intelligent Systems have expressed enthusiastic support for a new entry, although they’ve also expressed some uncertainty on what they’d do with it, similar to the Custom Robo and F-Zero responses.
The developer for the series is Intelligent Systems, who do a ton of stuff and will be discussed multiple times in this post. They used to release multiple games a year, but have slowed down this past game to just one or two games a year, another possible reason why Advance Wars has been deprioritized, especially in comparison with that boogeyman of Advance Wars and Smash Bros fans alike: Fire Emblem. There is real concern that Nintendo might not want to make a new Advance Wars when they could just make the similar but more popular Fire Emblem instead.
That said, IS has already released a Fire Emblem and Paper Mario for Switch, and though we definitely will get at least one more FE during the Switch’s life cycle, there’s enough years left for IS to release some other games, whether they be AW or one of the three other franchises we’ll discuss in the future. Problem is, of those franchises, AW might be the most difficult to produce, and the most risky, so it could probably be lower priority. When asked about the series last year, one IS producer gave a pretty evasive answer, so things aren’t looking too good, but they aren’t hopeless either.
Chances: Medium
Ouendan/Elite Beat Agents
This rhythm series for the DS is widely beloved by those who played it, but its life cycle was pretty limited. One game in 2005, and Americanized version in 2006, and one sequel in 2007. Nothing more since The games were critically acclaimed, but not blockbuster hits.
The series creator said back in 2016 that he would love to create a new game, but nothing else has been said about it. The game’s developer iNis, doesn’t appear to be super active either.
All in all, there is very little pointing to a return
Chances: Bad
Pilotwings
The biggest obstacle to seeing this series of arcadey flight sims on the Switch is that the series has a very specific purpose: it’s a tech demo. All three games were launch titles for their systems and explicitly meant to show off each system’s new tech. The original game was made to show off the SNES’ Mode 7, the N64 game was meant to show off the console’s polygonal graphics, and Resort was meant to showcase the 3DS’ stereoscopic 3D. With the Switch’s release far behind us, and its graphics not really needing a showcase, Pilotwings chances seem low. Granted, Pilotwings doesn’t need to be a tech demo, but it could be how Nintendo views it as.
There is some fan demand for it, but not as much as F-Zero or Golden Sun, and no developer has commented on the possibility of a return. Pilotwings has always been moderately successful, but not enough to justify constant releases. The only glimmer of hope is the comment from Nintendo’s CEO about wanting to bring more 3DS franchises for the Switch, but it’s quite possible that he didn’t have Pilotwings in mind when he said that
Chances: Bad
Punch-Out!!
Another series popular enough to get a Smash character but not popular enough for consistent sequels, Punch-Out is a beloved classic with a consistent fanbase, but with a very erratic release schedule. After the SNES game in 1994, the series lay dormant for 15 years until it was revived for the Wii in 2009 and then laid to rest again. One explanation is that the series was never really popular in Japan. Neither the NES or SNES games were even available as full releases in the country, being instead, distributed as prizes or rewards. And though the Wii game got a full retail release, it sold very poorly. It’s always been a game more for Americans, so it is understandable that the Japanese developers at Nintendo aren’t super enthusiastic about it. That said, it was Nintendo who pitched the reboot in the first place, so they may want to do it again someday.
The developer for the Wii game was Next Level Games, who release a game every three or two years, and they also develop Mario Strikers and Luigi’s Mansion. Having already released LM3, it’s likely they’ll release another game for the Switch some time soon. That could be Punch-Out, but it is just as likely that it could be Mario Strikers, or something else entirely.
Some think that the series use of flagrant national stereotypes would impede it from coming back in today’s political climate, but frankly, I don’t think that’s as definitive a problem. Worst case scenario, they simply make a new cast, just like Super Punch Out, but less racially insensitive.
Another interesting development is that Mike Tyson has been talking about wanting a new Punch-Out this year. I don’t think Nintendo cares what he says, and they definitely don’t want to associate with him again, but it is a pretty high-profile person talking about the series, which is bound to raise interest. Whether that’s enough for Nintendo to consider a new game? I don’t think so. But regardless, Punch-Out is popular enough that the door is never truly closed for it.
Chances: Not Good
Pushmo
This acclaimed puzzle game was released for the 3DS eshop in 2012 and was successful enough to get three sequels. Although it hasn’t been seen since 2015, there doesn’t seem to be anything impeding its return. The developer is our good friend Intelligent Systems, and, of the aforementioned IS franchises still to launch on the Switch, Pushmo, being a simple, but beloved, puzzle game, seems like the safest investment. It likely could be developed alongside another major game.
There is demand for it, and considering Nintendo’s eshop efforts, Pushmo would fit in perfectly alongside Snipperclips and fellow 3DS eshop puzzle star Boxboy. All in all, there’s no reason not to expect Pushmo to come back.
Chances: Good
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75. Super Mario RPG - Grate Guy's Casino Super Mario RPG - Parte 29 - Casino - YouTube Grate Guy Casino's outside - Super Mario RPG - YouTube Super Mario RPG #30 Grate Guy Casino - YouTube Super Mario RPG: The Legend of the Seven Stars - Episode 8 ... Super Mario RPG - Casino - Music HD - YouTube Grate Guy's Hidden Casino in Super Mario RPG: Legend of ...

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75. Super Mario RPG - Grate Guy's Casino

conseguimos la Bright card en Booster's Tower, encontramos el Grate Guy Casino, intercambiamos la shiny stone por una carbo cookie y esa misma por un paso a ... Grate Guy's Hidden Casino in Super Mario RPG: Legend of the Seven Stars (Super Nintendo) --- In Bean Valley, proceed down the upper pipe in the area where th... Aquí descubrimos la ubicación del casino y jugamos cien veces para obtener el Star Egg. Super Mario RPG Music - Grate Guy's Casino - Duration: 0:37. YTPoopInc 729 views. 0:37. Fight Against an Armed Boss - Super Mario RPG - Duration: 2:02. GilvaSunner 444,471 views. 2:02 . Gaming on ... Music: Casino Game: Super Mario RPG Composers: Yoko Shimomura Nintendo Super Nintendo (Snes) Enjoy Play List: http://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLFCA18AEB... http://tcrf.net/index.php?title=Super_Mario_RPG:_Legend_of_the_Seven_Stars This episode 8 of Super Mario RPG: The Legend of the Seven Stars for the Super Nintendo or SNES for short.We discover a secret place named Grate Guy's Casino...

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