No they wouldn’t. They could take the the Doom approach and use the same assets while scaling down performance, resolution, lighting, etc. This is really what most Switch ports do.
I'm pretty sure a cloud version third person action horror shooter would be the worst thing possible.
Weird. Doom and Wolfenstein 2 are not entire new games and are on Switch.
Resident Evil 7 at least only has like 2 enemies on screen at once.
Considering Capcom couldn't manage a port of the VR enabled 1080p/60fps Resident Evil 7 I wouldn't expect them to downport anything.
Heh that's what it comes down to most of the time.
Lol I know that sounds redundant but it still has to be said. If they want thier games on the Switch they'll execute a vision to make it work.
Yup. Capcom wants RE2 to be a graphical showcase. Its looking a lot better than RE7.
I kind of think both will miss the fiscal year.Now that I saw the xchedule again Smash going to December likely means these are all Nintendo major releases until December. What still has chances to join the club is New Super Mario Bros. U Deluxe / Metroid Prime Trilogy HD. Fire Emblem and Yoshi delays must have changed initial plans and at least one of them will lose even Fiscal Year.
I would be surprised if the Xenoblade 2 expansion is the only first party retail release between Captain Toad and Mario Party.I kind of think both will miss the fiscal year.
Maybe not, but Spring for Nintendo means May and June a lot lately
are we expecting a NSMBU or Metroid announcement in the treehouse?
I know emily endorsed NSMBU.
but with the barrier of "no switch delays" broken, not as confident how the schedule will shake out now.
Interesting. I wonder how this will perform in Japan. Having 8 player online and local multiplayer should work in its favor.
Same. I'm sure we'll get either a remaster, Wii U port or both.
Prior to Fire Emblem Heroes, a lot of the fanbase were women.
I think it will cross a million easily. Looks like a strong effort and the Switch is better suited for party games.
Yeah, I was thinking that as well. The last traditional home console Mario Party (MP8) sold nearly 1.5m on the Wii. If this is truly a return to form for the franchise, which it appears to be, then I can this hitting a million as well.
Yeah, as long as it makes business sense, i dont see why Nintendo would ignore anyone. I also expect Ace Attorney to be featured in a Direct. The game might even be exclusive to Switch.
it's not exclusive is it?
Daemon X Machina is published by Nintendo in at least NA (source: the press site). So if it's getting ported, it won't be for years or may not at least get released on other systems in the west.
Eh, they've had one success. I'm not really sold frankly. RE has always been a big AAA franchise so that's nothing new. DMC5 will do okayish. Imo they had a way better run in the beginning of the PS3/360 generation. RE5, SF4, Lost Planet, Dead Rising, MvC3 and a bunch of decent performing Wii games.Yup. Capcom wants RE2 to be a graphical showcase. Its looking a lot better than RE7.
Similarly they wanted DMCV to look realistic but also slightly stylised as well.
I'd say they are doing a good job in entering the AAA sphere. I'm sure they're confidence has gone up after the runaway success of MHW.
Game looks so so good. I'm down. Hopefully they advertise it well. I wish they were doing a definitive edition though.
Actually triple post :P
Business is business. I know we love to shit on companies as such but ultimately if someone has a product that will help you, why wouldn't you promote it?
I was going to say....going essentially a full calendar year between major releases doesn't strike me as particularly healthy.Eh, they've had one success. I'm not really sold frankly. RE has always been a big AAA franchise so that's nothing new. DMC5 will do okayish. Imo they had a way better run in the beginning of the PS3/360 generation. RE5, SF4, Lost Planet, Dead Rising, MvC3 and a bunch of decent performing Wii games.