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Now where's that Persona 4 Golden port? PS4 or Switch. I don't care which.



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Nintendo Switch in Japan (Famitsu): 2018 vs. 2019
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I hope the A-AA japanese devs find success in another platform, the Vita was a surprisingly solid console for this kinds of titles.



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animegaming said:
omarct said:
Maybe PS5 will have a vita like optional accessory that can play the games you own on the console while outside. They would be fools not to do it. Although I personally believe that handheld gaming is no longer a thing with everyone owning a cellphone.

Nintendo users sing the switch to heaven with praises for the mobile aspect, but at the end of the day how many actually use it outside of their homes? I would bet not even 10%.

According to statistics released by Nintendo more people use the Switch exclusively as a handheld then have it exclusively docked.

  

Interesting, although I have yet to see anyone lugging one around. I guess maybe I need to go out more often.



animegaming said:
Not really surprised since production of physical games ends in February, PS+ support ends in March.

Gonna be interesting to see where a lot of Japanese AA games go.

The current formula for the games on Vita seems to be to be ported to PS4+Switch. I fully expect that to be the platforms for new games.



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omarct said:
animegaming said:

According to statistics released by Nintendo more people use the Switch exclusively as a handheld then have it exclusively docked.

  

Interesting, although I have yet to see anyone lugging one around. I guess maybe I need to go out more often.

When the Switch was still new, around say June-July, I saw a kid carrying it around in an Oregon Walmart. I swear I almost beat the little shit and stole his Switch, but he had friends with him. I could overpower him and run away easily, but I didn't know if I could take all them at once. Plus he was only 11, how would I look? 

Uhh anyways yeah, people do bring their Switch's around. 



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dx11332sega said:
animegaming said:
Not really surprised since production of physical games ends in February, PS+ support ends in March.

Gonna be interesting to see where a lot of Japanese AA games go.

They'll probably appear in PC?

If PC in Japan can make them enough money but that is not the case here.



omarct said:
animegaming said:

According to statistics released by Nintendo more people use the Switch exclusively as a handheld then have it exclusively docked.

  

Interesting, although I have yet to see anyone lugging one around. I guess maybe I need to go out more often.

I use it as a handheld at home



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It's a real shame. This console had a lot of potential, but Sony was not able to take advantage of such potential. So many wrong decisions....



Poor thing.



Finally the 3ds, after 2019, will be the only one remaining! Oh... Wait...