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IGN hints Pikmin 3 could be coming to Nintendo Switch

IGN’s Nintendo Podcast, which is titled Nintendo Voice Chat, may have revealed one of the two Wii U ports which Emily Rogers said were arriving on the Nintendo Switch in the near future. Judging from what was said by Peer Schneider, who is the co-founder of IGN, it sounds like Pikmin 3 will be one of the titles. Pikmin 3 on the Nintendo Switch would be an excellent addition to an already stellar library of games.

At 1:01:07 in the video, Peer Schneider (co-founder of IGN) talks about the two mystery Wii U games coming to switch in 2020. He says, “One of them is a 9/10 for me and the other is a 6/10” implying he has knowledge of these ports. He later says he can’t say much more but that he, “loves what Nintendo does with real time strategy games.”

IGN via Reddit

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23 comments

      1. yes because when Nintendo finishes a game they wait 8 years to make a sequel. A gaming console is 5 years. So 3 years into a new console they have no choice but port games. Now if they worked on games immediately then we be getting two sequels a generation instead of one.

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    1. Since Pikmin is one of my favorite Nintendo franchises, I’ll support this by buying it again hoping to lead into Pikmin4. I will also re buy 3D World. A sleeper mario game.
      Now some of these games were designed around the Gamepad. And is not as unique like on Wii u such as Rayman legends and Starfoz zero. But I love 3D Mario better than Odyssey.

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  1. Tropical Freeze debuted February 2012. It is almost 8 years old and Switch got a port because they choice to do nothing after the game was finished. Yoshi Wooly Yarn didnt get ported because they worked on a Sequel immediately. So basically Nintendo doesnt do nothing after finishing a game.

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