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Shiken said:

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.

I defended the PS4 when it had nothing to play in its 1st two years, so dunno what you are talking about.  I swear I have officially been labled every type of "company warrior" on this site lol.  Maybe I need to take up phone gaming and make it truly complete.

But really, I just know BS when I see it.  When you claim that you are only talking about your personal taste and not overall, and then immediately contradict yourself by claiming that Nintendo has droughts on a regular basis as fact, well you pretty much negate your entire premise.  The Switch has only had one real drought, and I already mentioned it.  There was none in 2017 and looks to be none in 2019.  And it is not like there has not been Sony droughts as well, as I went through it when PS4 was my sole primary for the first 4 years of its life.  But what do I know, I am just a Nintendo warrior according to you.

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