Nintendo Switch is getting tons of GameCube remasters, insiders claim

That Nintendo Switch will get a lot of GameCube remasters that various insiders have either directly claimed or implied. According to an insider, several high-profile remasters are either already in development or being considered by Nintendo.

Nintendo is going “crazy” with GameCube remasters.

The discussion of Nintendo Switch GameCube remasters first surfaced after a tweet from Liam Robertson, a YouTube creator with a track record of inside information.

Robertson tweeted the following…

…which led Direct-Feed Games, an account owned by insider NateDrake, to hint that an F-Zero GX remaster might be on the way:

Robertson then replied: “As far as I know what you’re getting at, I don’t think we’re on the same page here. There’s a lot of GC love coming our way.”

Over on the Famiboard forums (via Reddit), insider Emily Rogers was far less vague, and bluntly claimed that Nintendo is currently developing a slew of GameCube remasters.

“No, it’s true. Nintendo is going crazy over remasters and remakes,” Rogers wrote. “Most of the remasters mentioned in this thread are either in development or seriously considered by Nintendo.”

Games mentioned in the thread included F-Zero GX, Metroid Prime, The Legend of Zelda: Twilight Princess and Wind Waker, as well as Pikmin 1 and 2. The Legend of Zelda GameCube remaster games are also rumored to be coming out during a Nintendo Direct month .

In other news, the Assassin’s Creed Mirage Forty Thieves DLC was recently leaked online. It was also revealed that Splatoon 3’s online tick rate is worse than its predecessors.

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Emma Bowman

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