- Oct 27, 2017
Good for you. But, as long as the Switch does not get the latest AAA games, it's a no-buy from me.
Xcloud... lol. Let's wait and see how it works on 4G signals that drop out before proclaiming it a worthy comparison to Switch in portable mode.
I feel the same way.
For people who own other consoles besides a Switch, yes. Switch-only owners, or dedicated handheld players, probably get more hype from all these high caliber 3rd party ports.
Yeah this basically. The Switch library is a hell of a thing.
I mean if it's your only platform you primarily game on then yea, there's a lot to play on switch. But if your the kind of person who has other consoles, and ways or has played all those third party titles and at much cheaper prices, then switch is kind of meh outside of Nintendo First party.
I have both an Xbox One and a PS4, I'm going to be playing Gears 5 tonight on the former and MHW Iceborne tomorrow on the latterI mean if it's your only platform you primarily game on then yea, there's a lot to play on switch. But if your the kind of person who has other consoles, and ways or has played all those third party titles and at much cheaper prices, then switch is kind of meh outside of Nintendo First party.
It's the main reason I sold mine.
Sure. You do you.
OK then!Sure. You do you.
I stand by the same sentiment I see with some posters on here, that getting a bunch of late ports, and third party games that are severely down graded is not something I would compare to snes.
SNES had some of the best versions of third party games. On switch thats not the case. Maybe for some that make sense like Indie titles. But to say mortal kombat, witcher 3, doom and the likes are best played on switch is really reaching.
It's awesome that they can run on that system and are available for those who primarily play switch and want those titles for on the go. But that library is not for everyone.
I feel ya, I'm contemplating it too...majority of my play time right now is on Switch anyways and I'm having a blast and quite frankly not really missing my 1X or Pro.After three generations of getting all the consoles, if this keeps up I'm leaning towards just going single console Switch in the future.
Between (married with children,) Netflix and soon Disney+ I can hardly dedicate the time to play a 30 hour game on the TV, and all the shorter games are also on Switch anyway.
I beat the 4th story first and luckily I created a save before "the decision" in the black eagles so I can grab that one prob in 20hrs. Starting Blue Lions and Golden Deer from Scratch and playing both up until the time skip.
I only tend to buy one console. So, if Nintendo can not offer those games going forward then I won't consider them. I would love to play their first-party stuff but not at the expense of missing so many big games.
People are enjoying fully featured ports of console games on a system that has the power and Buttons to do them justice in addition to a lot of high quality, high production value exclusive content.
First, the concept itself of "console gaming on the go" was mocked so power wasn't even an issue for the critics back then. Furthermore the difference of power between the Vita and the PS360 was much lower than between the Switch and the PS4/XB1.People are enjoying fully featured ports of console games on a system that has the power and Buttons to do them justice in addition to a lot of high quality, high production value exclusive content.
The Vita wasn‘t anything approaching the scenario above , so you guys can stop pretending people are hypocritical now.