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10 Nintendo DS Games That Should Come To Nintendo Switch

The selection of classic games available through Nintendo Switch Online has expanded significantly over the years, but one system that still hasn't made its debut is the Nintendo DS. As the successor to the Game Boy Advance in the handheld market, the DS cultivated a great library with some particularly standout options. Unfortunately, a lot of the best DS games have never made it to any more modern platforms.

Porting DS games can come with inherent challenges, considering the unique dual-screen array and the involvement of features like touch controls or even mic input. All the same, there are plenty that could come to Switch without much trouble, as the number of titles that actually rely on the touchscreen input is fairly small. The best DS candidates for Nintendo Switch Online are games that don't have great replacements on modern platforms and would make the transition to the platform well, offering experiences that can't be found anywhere else.

Nintendo Switch Online offers subscribers a wide library of retro titles to play, and a few of these games stand out as the very best of the bunch.

The offbeat rhythm game is one game that might seem like it would be challenging to bring over to Switch, as the DS title made use of stylus flicks for some of its frantic gameplay. The 3DS greatest hits title already set a standard for replacing flicks with simple button presses, however, so a Switch Online version of could do the same thing without too much trouble.

Despite a passionate following and a unique place in the rhythm market, no game has yet made an appearance on the Switch, leaving a gaping hole for the DS entry to fill. would also be a great fit for the platform, but anything would be more than welcome at this point.

are some of the most beloved titles in the franchise, but they can be difficult to play today. DS copies have shot up to painful prices in the aftermarket, and the titles haven't yet received remakes like the updates for earlier DS entriesAll

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