Dragon Ball FighterZ had a near flawless showing at E3 2017. It went up on stage at Microsoft’s press conference and walked away as the most memorable game. It’s not often an anime game, a licensed game, or even a fighting game is capable of that, but this latest from Bandai Namco and Guilty Gear developer Arc System Works could be something special.

The one flaw in its first week in the public eye, though? It’s not coming to the Switch! Nintendo’s platform will be getting Dragon Ball Xenoverse 2 later this fall, so it’s not like a port is hopeless. Producer Tomoko Hiroki stated in a recent interview with gameblog.fr that a Switch port is possible if the demand for fans is there.

Nintendo’s console is definitely strong enough to handle the game, so that is not an issue here. Let Bandai Namco know you want it. It’ll look good alongside all those SNK fighters.

Dragon Ball FighterZ will be released for the PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and PC in 2018.