Fan-favorite Wii game coming to Nintendo Switch

In 2008, Sting Entertainment released dokapon kingdom in Nintendo Wii. Combining RPG and party elements, the game quickly became a fan favorite. Players who missed out on the Wii game will get another chance at nintendo switchas a remastered version titled Dokapon Kingdom: Connect has been revealed. Unlike the Wii version, Dokapon Kingdom: Connect will offer online play, allowing 2-4 players to compete. As of this writing, a release outside of Japan has not been announced, but as nintendo everything has noted, a rating for the game was discovered in Germany, so it seems likely that the game will release elsewhere.

A Japanese trailer for the game has been released and can be found in the Tweet embedded below.

Time dokapon kingdom found a fanbase on the Wii, the game first appeared on the Super Famicom in 1994. However, the game would not see a release outside of Japan for 14 years, when it was made available on the Wii and PlayStation 2. The PlayStation 2 version of dokapon kingdom released the same day as the Wii version, but received noticeably worse reviews. Hopefully, the Nintendo Switch version will be based on the Wii game and prove to be an enjoyable experience for newcomers and older fans alike!

The Nintendo Wii played host to a number of great games during its time on the market. dokapon kingdom It’s not the first of these games to hit the Nintendo Switch, as several other games have been ported to Nintendo’s current platform. In particular, the Wii version of Star Wars, the force unleashed is available on Nintendo Switch, while super mario galaxy can be found as part of Super Mario 3D All-Stars. An improved version of Kirby’s return to dreamland It is also set to appear on Nintendo Switch next month. It’s certainly a testament to the quality of the system’s library that many of its games continue to find a home on modern platforms.

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