What Switch game most deserves a sequel?

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The Switch library is loaded with games that could use a sequel. Whether a modern classic with room for developing even more mechanical brilliance or a so-so first effort with loads of follow-up potential, plenty of developers deserve more time to flesh out and polish their ideas for specific series. What Switch game do you think most deserves a sequel?

For me, I really need a follow-up to Super Mario Odyssey. The original game is amazing, one of my favorites of all time. While I am satisfied with the experience I have already had, I also see so much potential for further exploration of the series’ capture mechanic and its penchant for vibrant, captivating worlds. A new game that shows off new kingdoms, further hones capture gameplay (such as by letting us catch a Boo), and provides a little bit more of a challenge (on the presumption that players got their feet wet with the first game) could be one for the ages.

Because 3D Mario is consistently one of my favorite series, I am on board with whatever 3D adventure the iconic plumber undertakes next. However, similarly to how Super Mario Galaxy 2 was a much-needed expansion on the gravity-bending concepts in Super Mario Galaxy, a Super Mario Odyssey 2 could drive home the brilliance of the capture mechanic in all-new ways.

What Switch game would you most like to see get a sequel? Why? Let us know in the comments!

Nick Pearson
I'm the Reviews Editor here at Nintendo Enthusiast, and I'm a major fan of all consoles and eras.