7 Ports on Nintendo Switch that were as well Received as their Original Releases

Any Nintendo Switch owner knows that that newly announced new release may or may not make its way to the console later, even if it isn’t confirmed on the spot. Sometimes these ports are not well optimized resulting in a poor product that does not stand out at all. On other occasions, this additional wait is totally worth it, as we can take advantage of the portable format in addition to the DLC that usually comes included.

Whether from Nintendo itself or from other studios, these 7 ports on Nintendo Switch were very well received, some even years after the original release. Several of them show the capabilities of this console, and obviously they do not reach those resolutions that they reach on other platforms, but even with that point against the Nintendo community, they were very pleased.

Mario Kart 8 Deluxe
Let’s start with the most obvious of all. You will find Mario Kart 8 Deluxe on any list of successful ports on Switch, leading the sales tops. Basically the same Wii U game, but with DLC and a battle mode.

Although this console is not the choice for the best resolution in video games, some people noticed something interesting with the Nintendo Switch OLED, the newly launched platform of the great N. Its internals could prepare it for 4K and 60 FPS, but this is only a finding in relative terms.

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