Super Smash Bros.
Like Mario Kart, Super Smash Bros. is one of Nintendo’s most popular party series, and the latest entry was one of the Wii U’s best selling titles. The roster for the fighting series was expanded more than ever before including some surprise hits like Shulk from Xenoblade Chronicles and Duck Hunt Dog. In addition, there’s a staggering amount of stages and modes to play, while Smash Bros. looked gorgeous on the HD power of the Wii U.
With some truly monumental DLC characters like Cloud and Bayonetta, a Switch port of the latest Super Smash Bros. has a ton of possibilities. There’s still plenty of unused Nintendo characters that could be added on like the Inklings from Splatoon, or Ridley from Metroid. Additionally, you could even add back in the fan favorite Ice Climbers, or pick another character from the Smash Poll that Bayonetta won.
Porting over Super Smash Bros. wouldn’t just give the Switch one of the best Wii U games ever, it’d give it a chance to really make some improvements and additions just like Nintendo did with Mario Kart.