Nintendo has repeatedly reused the WiiU-era “legacy” to expand its Switch lineup. According tomedia reports, Nintendo will soon re-do the trick of transplanting the WiiU’s Pokemon 3 to the Switch platform. Since the early days of Switch’s launch, Nintendo has brought back to Switch users the words “Luxury Edition” from Games such as The WiiU’s Mario Racing 8, Captain Mushroom, Big King Kong: Tropical Coldsnap and New Super Mario Bros. U.
The Switch version of these games is basically not a simple porting, and it’s all about adding new tricks or content based on Switch’s features.
According tomedia Venture Beat. Nintendo is already preparing to release several games on Switch, in addition to the previously-revealed 3D Super Mario Collection, which is definitely a “Pokemon 3 Deluxe Edition.”
Pimemin’s other innovative series, Miyamoto, the father of Mario, has sold relative to Mario and Zelda, and this time it’s a chance to re-launch it on a popular platform like Switch.
Pokemon 3 was first released in 2013, and Miyamoto said in 2015 that the Development of Pokemon 4 was nearing completion, but it has not been reported since.