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StarDoor said:
Dulfite said:

1) Legit, in my book, either means a new type of triple A budget open world game, or an HD new version of the handheld games. Pokemon Stadium or any other thing they may call "mainline" wouldn't count, but I get your point and i am inclined to agree that their definition of mainline is the same as ours.

2) Then they will canabolize each other.

1.) At E3, it was specifically announced that Game Freak is developing a "core Pokemon RPG". Game Freak has literally never made a single Pokemon game other than the mainline titles.

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Game_Freak#Gameography

2.) X/Y and Sun/Moon are going to sell over 16 million each, Diamond/Pearl and Black/White sold 17.67 million and 15.64 million respectively. If that's your idea of cannibalization, are you predicting that Animal Crossing is going to sell 16 million at minimum on Switch?

Sounds right



Flilix said:
Every poll option has exactly 1 vote.

No communism in my thread please...



AngryLittleAlchemist said:
This is a tough one. I don't really disagree that it could be the biggest entry in the series .... I also think it will be in the top 6 best selling Switch games. But #2? Even Mario Odyssey has a realistic shot at selling as well or better than Animal Crossing Switch.

I think just about every Nintendo franchise will see a pretty drastic increase in total sales honestly.

I agree with your last statement. If Japan was rejecting the Switch, then absolutely SMO would beat AC Switch, but based on how the Switch and Splatoon are doing in Japan, I'm predicting any games the Japanese love will do insane this cycle, Kirby included.



Is this satire?

This is satire isn't it?

Yeah, gotta be satire.



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Dulfite said:
AngryLittleAlchemist said:
This is a tough one. I don't really disagree that it could be the biggest entry in the series .... I also think it will be in the top 6 best selling Switch games. But #2? Even Mario Odyssey has a realistic shot at selling as well or better than Animal Crossing Switch.

I think just about every Nintendo franchise will see a pretty drastic increase in total sales honestly.

I agree with your last statement. If Japan was rejecting the Switch, then absolutely SMO would beat AC Switch, but based on how the Switch and Splatoon are doing in Japan, I'm predicting any games the Japanese love will do insane this cycle, Kirby included.

Well I think if anything both will succeed almost equally. I just think it's more likely in Odyssey's favor.



In Japan maybe... Pokémon is gonna slay worldwide though.



Nice prediction shall I say. I would place my bets on it being #3 or #4 best selling game on switch (behind Odyssey and Mariokart), but I would be surprised in the least if it took the #2 spot.



Bet with Intrinsic:

The Switch will outsell 3DS (based on VGchartz numbers), according to me, while Intrinsic thinks the opposite will hold true. One month avatar control for the loser's avatar.

Animal Crossing games sometimes get overlooked when people are talking about Nintendo system-sellers. The Wii U's lack of one after so many successful entries was pretty glaring to me. It does have a chance to be a true beast on Switch in particular because the franchise has proven itself on both handheld and home consoles already, and if the mobile game does its job of luring in new or lapsed gamers.



AltarofKez said:
Animal Crossing games sometimes get overlooked when people are talking about Nintendo system-sellers. The Wii U's lack of one after so many successful entries was pretty glaring to me. It does have a chance to be a true beast on Switch in particular because the franchise has proven itself on both handheld and home consoles already, and if the mobile game does its job of luring in new or lapsed gamers.

One of the many reasons, and probably one of the major reasons, the Wii U failed (though not as much as the name or lack of marketing).