M2 has tackled tons of titles in their history, but Switch owners will know them from their work on the Castlevania Advance Collection, Legend of Mana, and Dodonpachi DaiOuJou Blissful Death Re:Incarnation just to name a few. It’s clear M2 knows what they’re doing on Switch, and while they’ve had a successful run so far, they’d like to show what else they can do with more platform support.

In an interview with Touch Arcade, M2’s Naoki Horii was asked about the potential for bringing games like Battle Garegga, Ketsui, and Dangun Feveron to Switch. While nothing is set in stone at this time, Horri clearly is a fan of the idea.

Yes, if we have the opportunity. Let me rephrase that. We’re always looking for that opportunity.

[M2's Naoki Horii]

Hopefully some of these projects, along with others, are already in the works for Switch. If/when an announcement comes about, we’ll be sure to share it with you!

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1M ago

It would be even better if they actually released their games outside of Japan.