So when you say "we" don't have any concerns about droughts, what you really mean is you? Ok.
Yep...that's what my post said. Because each division is working hard, ultimately there won't be droughts. For individual gamers, sure. But as a whole there are always products coming out. Just like I enjoyed almost none of the last direct, but for handheld gamers and rpg fans there was plenty.
Uhh ... no it's not? If your post was just about yourself, that would be fine, but your post very clearly said:
" I honestly don't think we have any concerns about droughts for this system. The games might not always be what you want to play, but there will be a steady stream."
You went from talking about how the entire consumer base for Switch should feel, to defending the perceived droughts of 2018 and early 2019 by saying that you as an individual had stuff to enjoy. Which seems really ironic. That last sentence honestly comes off a bit like telling people what to think, that despite the fact they might not like any of the games releasing, well there's a lot of them so you have to lay down and take it. Kind of cult-like, but I'm sure that is not the intent.
By the way, waving off individual complaints is a bad practice in an argument. Consumer bases are made up of individuals. If a large amount of the different consumer niches are overlooked, you get a very bad install base. So just saying that because there is a lot of content, Nintendo is doing good seems really misguided. Especially if that content is not of a wide reach or doesn't have selling power for a console. If I didn't have anything of interest to play on Switch, I wouldn't be applauding and cheering on Nintendo simply because there were a lot of games coming out. I might appreciate the fact that they're satisfying said content's consumer base, but I wouldn't downright say it's fine to not expand outside of that very limited scope.
Just food for thought. Obviously one of the strengths of 2019 is that there is so much diversity in the year's lineup, and there is also a huge amount of positive quantity and saturation in many genres as well, but I really hate it when people try to diminish "individuals" or what individuals think, because more often then not it's excusing a systematic problem. The beginning of 2019 wasn't good for me because a few 100k people got Mortal Kombat on Switch, just like it wasn't bad for Yoshi fans because other people didn't find Crafted World appetizing. The goal for Nintendo should be trying to appeal to as many demographics as possible, which is why they still make Blue Ocean games.
Last edited by AngryLittleAlchemist - on 12 September 2019