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Two more Physical releases for me - both from Special Reserve Games:
- The Messenger
- Minit



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Danmaku Unlimited 3



So....this is something I am thinking on upon seeing a video about EA's treatment of Switch gamers (....you can guess what that is): beyond the numbers here what third parties are really supporting our system, and which (EA) are dragging their feet.



The Democratic Nintendo fan....is that a paradox? I'm fond of one of the more conservative companies in the industry, but I vote Liberally and view myself that way 90% of the time?

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Bought Child of Light (digital)

Finally, I can play the complete version, since before I only had the Wii U to play the game, and that one never got the later additions...



KrspaceT said:
So....this is something I am thinking on upon seeing a video about EA's treatment of Switch gamers (....you can guess what that is): beyond the numbers here what third parties are really supporting our system, and which (EA) are dragging their feet.

EA really only exists for three things right now: High power AAAs, sports games, and mobile games.  None of those really fits Nintendo's model.  Which is why we see very little on both Switch and 3DS.  It's honestly not something I think people should be all that worried about.

For best support, I think Square Enix might still be the highest of non-indie publishers.  They have 27 games for the system. Capcom is just under 20.

Also, I'm adding the fully physical version of Final Fantasy X/X-2.



Dragon's dogma and mortal Kombat 11



This month I got

Ace Attorney Trilogy

Hellblade

Dragon's Dogma

Mortal Kombat 11



DreadPirateRoberts said:
KrspaceT said:
So....this is something I am thinking on upon seeing a video about EA's treatment of Switch gamers (....you can guess what that is): beyond the numbers here what third parties are really supporting our system, and which (EA) are dragging their feet.

EA really only exists for three things right now: High power AAAs, sports games, and mobile games.  None of those really fits Nintendo's model.  Which is why we see very little on both Switch and 3DS.  It's honestly not something I think people should be all that worried about.

For best support, I think Square Enix might still be the highest of non-indie publishers.  They have 27 games for the system. Capcom is just under 20.

Also, I'm adding the fully physical version of Final Fantasy X/X-2.

This exactly.

The last EA game I bought was 'Henry Hatsworth in the Puzzling Adventure' back in 2009 for the DS.