Suda51’s games have for quite a long time been associated with Nintendo comforts, with each game under the No More Heroes banner appearing first on Nintendo (counting the up and coming “No More Heroes III”), and clique great Killer7 initially appearing on the GameCube.
Starting at the present moment, very few games created by his organization, Grasshopper Manufacture, are accessible on Switch, and the unconventional creator says he might want to see that change in spite of the fact that it’s not all up to him.
In a Q&A meeting during Momocon as announced by VG247 Suda51 (whose legitimate name is Goichi Suda) discussed the chance of carrying his more established games to Switch, saying that it is to a great extent up to the distributors. Capcom is responsible for Killer7, which got a refreshed PC port in 2018. The Killer is Dead has parted rights among Capcom and Kadokawa Games, which makes things increasingly confusing.
Suda51 singled out another game as an almost certain competitor The Silver Case, which came to PS4 and PC in 2016 (and its spin-off, The 25th Ward: The Silver Case, followed in 2018). As per Suda51, there have “been conversations” about carrying this game to Switch.
He likewise implies a potential change of the 2001 PS2 game Rain, Flower, Sun, and Rain, albeit explicit platforms were not talked about.
No More Heroes III will dispatch as a Switch selective in the not so distant future. Other Switch games from Grasshopper Manufacture incorporate Sine Mora EX and Travis Strikes Back: No More Heroes.