The Nintendo Switch has become quite the popular item lately as fans have been racing to get their own copy since Nintendo released the console a few months back. Right now, the system has a few solid games like “The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild,” “ARMS,” and “Mario Kart 8 Deluxe” while future franchises like "Xenoblade" and even “Super Mario Odyssey” will be released later this year.

However, the company still has plenty of franchises that they can bring to the Nintendo Switch. They have already confirmed various franchises like “Fire Emblem,” “Metroid,” and even a mainline “Pokemon” game.

In line with this, here are some more franchises Nintendo should consider bringing over to the hybrid console.

‘Animal Crossing’

Animal Crossing” has become such a huge hit over the past few years for its relaxing gameplay and creative design. According to The Top Tens, players will “never run out of stuff to do” as there are a wealth of options in the game. Every game has a slightly different formula, but you basically play as yourself and live in a world inhabited by chibi animals. There is no specific goal in mind except to just live your virtual life to the fullest. The game has a multiplayer option so your friends can visit your town where they can just relax or you can give them the grand tour.

There’s no doubt that this franchise would be a perfect fit for the Nintendo Switch.

‘Super Smash Bros.’

Super Smash Bros.” is one of Nintendo’s most exciting fighting games and also one of their entries into the eSports scene. This star-studded brawler combines characters from different franchises to duke out in a major 4-8 player battle.

You can choose to play in teams or have a free-for-all hectic match with your favorite characters like Mario, Samus, Link, Pikachu, Kirby, and so much more. If Nintendo plans to push the Switch into the eSports scene, there’s no going wrong with adding “Super Smash Bros.” to the gaming library.

‘Donkey Kong’

The “Donkey Kong” franchise is one of the more underrated Nintendo games but is still exceptional nonetheless.

It plays out like a typical platformer, but the game comes to life with its quirky and funny characters. Players have access to unique abilities and mechanics when traversing through the challenging maps filled with enemies. This franchise is also one of Nintendo’s earliest franchises so putting it on the hybrid console should give it some much-needed attention and love from Nintendo Switch users.