So many have arrived, but we can still dream.
As soon as the Switch was revealed, attention swiftly turned to “ooh, do you think this and that game will be on it, I want to play that one while riding in a hot air balloon / sitting in a park / on the loo”. Since that day dreams have been fulfilled as some iconic games have been available in portable form, with the most recent announcement (at the time of writing) being Assassin’s Creed: The Ezio Collection.
Over the winter holidays we generally run an annual list of games we’d be ecstatically pleased to (re)play on Switch, and the announcement of Assassin’s Creed II — one of our very favourite games in that series — finally coming to Switch had us reminiscing about the games we’ve dared to dream might get a Switch port in the past. Our hybrid wishlists have been fulfilled from right across the industry, from major triple-A titles like The Witcher 3, Dark Souls and Bioshock: The Collection through to Indie classics beyond count. The little system has even answered the ultimate gamers’ question — can it run Crysis? Yes, yes it can.
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