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SKMBlake said:
So basically, what we got since january;

-Bayonetta 1+2 (92 on Metacritic, one of the greatest games of this generation)
-Kirby Star Allies
-Donkey Kong Tropical Freeze
-Captain Toad Treasure Tracker
-Mario Tennis Aces
-Fortnite (one of the biggest, if the biggest, game of the year)
-South Park 2
-Wolfenstein II
-Crash Bandicoot N-Sane Trilogy (one of the biggest ps4 games of last year)
-Octopath Traveler
-Naruto Ninja Ultimate Storm Trilogy
-Street Fighter 30th Anniversary
-Megaman Collection
-Dragon Quest Builders

And here what we'll got 'til the end of the year:

-Dragon Ball FighterZ (the greatest DB game of the generation so far)
-Dark Souls Remastered
-Super Mario Party
-Pokémon RPG
-Super Smash Bros Ultimate
-Fifa 19
-NBA 2K19
-Megaman 11
-Monster Hunter Ultimate

And I forgot a lot of games on that list.

I don't know about you, but that doesn't seem to be a dry spell for me.


-Super Mario Party
-Pokémon RPG
-Super Smash Bros Ultimate

These are the 3 big strategical nuke strike of the year for the Switch.
I don't know but maybe it would have been a little better strategy to release one of these 3 somewhere between March and August. Just to maintain a higher momentum.
Between Kirby and Mario Party we have a dangerous big hole for the health of the console.

Current PB on Secret of Mana remake : 2h27 (2nd)
Strongest worldwide achievement on TGM : 1st European S13 rank
Fastest TGM3 MASTER in Europe : rank Master V in 5min10
Western record on TGM3 EASY : 1484
Current PB on Power Ranger (Game Gear) : 10min06 (World Record)

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