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Nobunaga’s Ambition Coming To The Nintendo Switch

Koei Tecmo has announced that it plans to bring the Nobunaga’s Ambition series to the Nintendo Switch. The franchise’s general producer said on a live stream that Nintendo’s upcoming console is certainly something they are looking into. Nintendo fans will likely recognise the series from its crossover with Pokémon back in 2012. While the live stream is entirely in Japanese, you might want to check it out below.

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17 comments

    1. Given how successful Hyrule Warriors was, the ” Warriors ” franchise will certainly continue on Nintendo platforms. Fire Emblem will most likely get a ” Warriors ” makeover in the future

        1. Not to mention no shortage of playable characters. A Fire Emblem Warriors franchise could potentially make Warriors Orochi 3 Ultimate’s impressive roster look like a bag of giant marbles. xD

      1. As cool as that would be, I think it’d be best if they save a Smash Warriors series for after a number of Nintendo franchises have their own, standalone warrior games. Then it could be a crossover of each Nintendo Warriors game released.

  1. Finally! a RTS coming to console again, but this time it makes sense.
    I always wanted like Total War to come to the Wii U but it never happened, so I’m glad to see we could be seeing RTS games coming to the Switch.

  2. Tecmo Bowl, I remeber that
    back when I was a little girl in witch school, imagine that.

    Now Tecmo has this game made to combat. ANd thats a fact.

  3. Cool. Speaking of, I still haven’t gotten Pokemon Conquest yet! :/ But my PS4 backlog! D:

    Anyway, I want to hear about Fatal Frame. Is 5 going to get a Switch port at some point? Is there going to be a Fatal Frame 6 for Switch? Questions, questions.

    1. Questions, questions. So many questions.* Extended. I could have sworn I heard this in a movie once but I can’t remember the movie. I tried using google & youtube but it keeps giving me links to damn songs! Maybe I’m remembering the line wrong.

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