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Shiken said:
0D0 said:

It seems to me that slow periods are more common on Nintendo side. PlayStation side can have 10-12 consecutive weeks with consistent solid releases many times in a generation, almost every year, while on Nintendo's side, it's rather rare.

There is only one really slow period, and that was the start of 2018 last year.  The PS4 has a heavy start to 2019, but Switch is packed for April and beyond.  It is also worth noting that considering the later half of 2018 had so much coming to Switch in of itself, I am still playing games from that period.

So all in all, your claims that Switch lacks variety and offers nothing to play is unfounded.  My wishlist is packed full of games I will never have time to play.

I'm not claiming anything about lacking variety and nothing to play. I was talking about myself. It offers nothing to play FOR ME. Damm, You're the Nintendo warrior all the time, relax. You're quite annoying to be honest.

And, no you're absolutely wrong. All in all, Nintendo has so many draughts, it's not even a joke anymore. Since Wii days. Every year, Nintendo has huge slow periods of 4 to 5 months. That's me claming now.

Nintendo is the queen, king and lord of draughts.

User banned -Raven

Last edited by Raven - on 03 April 2019

God bless You.

My Total Sales prediction for PS4 by the end of 2021: 110m+

When PS4 will hit 100m consoles sold: Before Christmas 2019

There were three ravens sat on a tree / They were as blacke as they might be / The one of them said to his mate, Where shall we our breakfast take?