Nintendo NX: 15 Games That Should Be Released On Nintendo’s Upcoming Console

With a terrible E3, is Nintendo headed down a bleak future, or can the recently announced NX save the day with these releases?

Posted By | On 14th, Sep. 2015 Under Feature, Slider | Follow This Author @ZootPlays

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Nintend recently announced their next home console is currently in the works. Code named NX, very little is known about it. This gaming generation and last, Nintendo set out to prove that innovation over graphics were a huge part of an untapped success. And with the Wii, they proved that theory true by coming out of that generation as the leading home console in sales. Wii U, however, is a different story. Whacky controls, touch capabilities, and other different gimmicks have yet to sway consumers to embrace Wii U on the same scale as the Wii.Will Nintendo’s next system go back to its roots and try to be the graphics king once more? Possibly set for a release in the next two years, only time can tell how far Nintendo will dare to push the boundaries this time.

After coming off of E3 with very little that interested gamers around the world for Wii U and 3DS, it would be interesting to speculate what games would be awesome to launch, or, at least, arrive at some point on the next generation Nintendo NX. Here is out list of 15 games we would like to see released on Nintendo’s next console. But if they’d like to release any of these now, be our guest, Nintendo!

Golden Sun

Where would we be without Golden Sun for Nintendo DS? Considered a groundbreaking JRPG for its time, Golden Sun brought us a band of Adepts trying to protect the world of Weyard from a horrible power. With Psynergy abilities, Adepts ventured throughout many lands fighting off monsters and epic boss battles and learn a passion for their beloved planet. Two sequels were released not long after (one for Gameboy Advance and Nintendo DS) the original, and also received high praise. A natural evolution of Golden Sun to come to full 3D on NX makes so much sense.

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  • Edward Thorpe

    No Excitebots? It’s like everyone forgets Excitebots exists.

  • watchin

    this list sucks

  • Jason

    Just to give you a heads up there was a shadow man sequel for PS2

  • JRPGMan

    “With a terrible E3, is Nintendo headed down a bleak future, or can the recently announced NX save the day with these releases?”

    Better E3 with more games this year than anyone else. Who cares. Flame bate.

  • I do want old games back and remake but most of them are 3rd party on your list.

  • Adam Fox

    This list has a bunch of old/out-dated game series that no one really cares for anymore..I mean, who even remembers Shadow Man or San Fransisco Rush series? I remember the Rush series but it is more of an arcade racer….if they want to bring back an arcade racer, give us an updated Cruisin’ game….that game was awesome on N64 as well as being a Nintendo exclusive…Rush was on PlayStation, Dreamcast and N64….If Nintendo wants to make it at ALL with the NX, they are going to have to have some SERIOUS 3rd Party support. As much as I hate to say it, put the newest Call of Duty on it (I say that because I despise that series, but it does sell) and don’t scale it back…don’t hold off on the DLC map packs, offer EXCLUSIVE Nintendo content for the game…even if its just a “timed” exclusive. Get some STRONG first party titles on the market for launch…..If you go look at a list of the NES launch titles, you’ll see something for everyone….racing (Excite Bike), sports (Baseball, Golf, 10-Yard Fight), platforming (Super Mario Bros.), Shooting (Duck Hunt and Hogan’s Alley)…all on launch…..Yea, the Wii U had a decent library at launch (Call of Duty, Assassins Creed, Batman, Super Mario U, ZombiU) but other than Super Mario U, it wasn’t much as far as original content or AAA titles….ZombiU is being ported to other systems now….NX is going to need a strong line up after the “failure” of the Wii U launch…..when it was launched, you could easily go into a store and buy one….when the PS4 and Xbox One was released, they were sold out….people were having to use “in-stock tracking” sites to find one…..

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