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padib said:
TheMisterManGuy said:

The Regular Switch still has enough demand for people to buy it in order to play games like this. After all, 2 of the best selling games on the Switch, Super Mario Party and 1-2 Switch, are ones that don't support handheld mode at all. Designing games that require the Joy-Con, or at least are best played with them, as well as more traditional games, is a way for Nintendo to make games for separate systems like they used to, without actually having to design for separate platforms.

The SwitchLite aims people willing to pay less, or non-gamers.

Brain Training aims people willing to pay less, or non-gamers.

This Brain Training game can't be played on a SwitchLite.

That is JWeinCom's point.

I don't think price is that big an obsatcle to the so-called "non-gamer" crowd to be honest, considering Wii Fit cost me something like $120 AUD back in the day and how freely people buy overpriced phones and tablets.



Bet with Liquidlaser: I say PS5 and Xbox Series will sell more than 56 million combined by the end of 2023.