The best games like 1-2-Switch are:
- arrow_rightEnter the Matrix
- arrow_rightGuitar Hero World Tour
- arrow_rightDead or Alive 2
- arrow_rightSuikoden V
- arrow_rightFIFA Football 2004
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1. Enter the Matrix
Enter the Matrix is an action, shooter, racing and arcade game developed by Shiny Entertainment. It came out on 14-05-2003. Atari published the game. The game is rated as "Recommended" on RAWG.
You can play Enter the Matrix on PC, Xbox, GameCube and PlayStation 2.
The Wachowskis directed the game. It was scored by Don Davis and Erik Lundborg.
2. Guitar Hero World Tour
You'll be in rock-and-roll paradise with Guitar Hero World Tour. The
game has advanced modes, options and tools for your rocking pleasure.
Enjoy a vast amount of master recordings from some of the biggest acts
of all time, including Van Halen, Linkin Park, the Eagles, Sublime and
more. The game will also offer significantly more localized downloadable
music than ever before. Guitar Hero World Tour gives you creative
license to fully customize everything from characters' appearances and
instruments to the band's logo and album covers. The innovative Music
Studio lets you compose, record, edit and share music. The hard-hitting
Battle of the Bands mode lets up to eight players get in on the mayhem.
Jam like a pro and show off your talents like a true superstar.
Categories in common with Guitar Hero World Tour: Arcade
3. Dead or Alive 2
Dead or Alive 2 (Japanese: デッドオアアライブ2, Hepburn: Deddo Oa Araibu 2, abbreviated as DOA2) is a fighting game in the Dead or Alive series, developed by Team Ninja and published by Tecmo. It debuted in arcades in 1999 and was later ported for the Dreamcast and the PlayStation 2 in 2000. Several enhanced editions of the game were released, including the updates Dead or Alive 2 Hardcore and Dead or Alive 2 Hard*Core.
Dead or Alive 2 improved upon the graphics engine of its predecessor by using Sega NAOMI hardware and on the gameplay system by including many new features, leading to critical acclaim and strong sales. In 2004, DOA2 was remade for the Xbox as part of Dead or Alive Ultimate.
Categories in common with Dead or Alive 2: Fighting
Enter the world of Nickelodeon's newest adventure and bring the Barnyard movie to life. Battle the coyote invaders, tee up for a game of golf, target the bull's-eye with your flying chicken and race downhill on your speedy bike. Players will be able to explore a fully interactive, 3-D world and prove they have what it takes to be the biggest party animal of them all.
- All your favorite Barnyard characters from the movie
- Replayable action-packed games based on the wild antics of Otis
- Open-world gameplay through areas seen in the movie
- Unique controller functions - steering cars, swinging golf clubs, throwing darts, shooting a tomato gun at coyotes, and more
- Up-rez'd graphics including 60 fps, progressive scan, and widescreen support
- All-new mini-games and customization options
5. Suikoden V
In the land of Falena, a prosperous and beautiful country governed by the matriarchy and the benevolent power of the Sun Rune, civil unrest arises and the queen is forced to use the Sun Rune to quell the uprising, but at what cost? Journey as the prince in an expansive quest uncovering the mysteries surrounding the Sun Rune, the civil unrest and the dark intent of an unknown power in the greatest Suikoden saga yet!
Categories in common with Suikoden V: Role Playing
Platform: PlayStation 2
6. FIFA Football 2004
FIFA Football 2004, also known as FIFA Soccer 2004 in North America, is a football video game developed by EA Canada and published by Electronic Arts. It was released in October 2003 with the tagline "Create Brilliance".
FIFA Football 2004 is the eleventh game in the FIFA series and the eighth to be in 3D.
The Japanese Version of FIFA Football 2004 also called FIFA Total Football It was released in March 2004
Categories in common with FIFA Football 2004: Sports