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I would be surprised and happy, but I expect jack from Capcom at this point.

The way they are treating the Switch like a red-headed stepchild makes no sense at this point. Especially how well they treated the 3DS with new Ace Attorney games, new Monster Hunter games, and even having Resident Evil Revelations as a timed exclusive. Hell, even the 3DS had Super Street Fighter IV 3D Edition.

The Switch could have 100 million and not even receive a new game or a port of a current-gen game from Capcom (beyond Mega Man 11), based on what I have seen so far.

Square Enix has provided multiple ports of Final Fantasy games that some Nintendo fans have likely never played before, old Dragon Quest ports, Dragon Quest Builders 1 and 2, the Collection of Mana, World of Final Fantasy, a pocket edition of FFXV, a remake of Trials of Mana, an enhanced version of DQ11, Octopath Traveler, and the upcoming Bravely Default II. I don't expect DMCV, Monster Hunter World, or even Resident Evil 2 or 3 Remake, but I expected a little more from Capcom for Switch owners compared to what is actually brought in. Even the DMC games being on Nintendo consoles for the first time are kinda hindered by the fact that there is a DMC collection on other consoles.

I hope I'm wrong once the Switch's life is near its end, but there has been no signs of anything changing my stance on this.