The Nintendo Switch is a console purely designed for the Legend of Zelda and Super Mario Odyssey but when you try a third-party title like L.A. Noire in it, it is bound to become a tough job.
Game developers find it difficult to optimize their full console quality titles for the small, handheld Nintendo Switch console. Even though, it is supposed to be a hybrid device that works on televisions as well, it is still nowhere as powerful as the Playstation 4 or the Xbox One S devices.
L.A. Noire is making a comeback on the newest consoles and Switch is one of them. WWE2K18 is a fun and must-have title on the platform, but both of them are going to be really huge after installation with all the patches and updates installed.
The Nintendo Switch has just 32GB of storage space but L.A. Noire weighs at a solid 29GB making it difficult to install it any cost. The day one patch for the title is about 14GB which demands a massive sized SD card, possibly a 128GB one in order to install all AAA titles at once on the console.
WWE2K18 from 2K Games is about 24GB and even though the game is not its best version on PS4 or Xbox One, it is a title that most Nintendo Switch gamers should be happy to spend time on. Almost all upcoming titles are going to large and at some point, you may have to have two 128GB cards to keep your console running multiple titles at once.