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Very nice video, I like how they show how there is some game for everyone, going from Labo, Go Vacation, Mario Party to Mario Tennis, Pokemon, Mario Kart, Fortnite, Splatoon, Smash Bros, Fifa, Diablo, Dark Souls...saying that, they needed to show Zelda BotW also and NBA probably.



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NS is shaping up nicely. I cannot wait to see what 2019 will bring .

I'm currently still on octopath traveler myself. Great little game.



In the wilderness we go alone with our new knowledge and strength.

That was fast



Stefan.De.Machtige said:
NS is shaping up nicely. I cannot wait to see what 2019 will bring .

I'm currently still on octopath traveler myself. Great little game.

Yeah, we will already have chance to see some annoucment in 3 weeks in TGA, and there will be definitely January Direct in two months.



So many games, so little free time, energy and money.



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Another example of quantity not being that crucial.

I'm tempted to get a Switch but there just isn't enough content there I'm excited to play and the price is still a bit high for a platform I likely won't use much.



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Like i said in the previous thread i don't think 1000 games is something to celebrate on its own because how many of those 1000 games are objectively bad. Quality over quantity in most in cases as far as i am concerned



Nothing to see here, move along

melbye said:
Like i said in the previous thread i don't think 1000 games is something to celebrate on its own because how many of those 1000 games are objectively bad. Quality over quantity in most in cases as far as i am concerned

Though they popularized the concept in gaming back in the 80's, Nintendo has since abandoned the quality over quantity thing.  The pendulum has really swung back the other way now.



Pikmin 4 and Xenoblade Chronicles X 2 already?



melbye said:
Like i said in the previous thread i don't think 1000 games is something to celebrate on its own because how many of those 1000 games are objectively bad. Quality over quantity in most in cases as far as i am concerned

Well more games is good in any case even they are not all good or great games, obviously you can't receiving only good games, but logically more games in any case means that you will have more good games alongside bad ones also.

 

VAMatt said: 
melbye said: 
Like i said in the previous thread i don't think 1000 games is something to celebrate on its own because how many of those 1000 games are objectively bad. Quality over quantity in most in cases as far as i am concerned

Though they popularized the concept in gaming back in the 80's, Nintendo has since abandoned the quality over quantity thing.  The pendulum has really swung back the other way now.

 

Well they realised thats more important to have much bigger number of games and variety of them, instead of having just good games. Also, more games does not mean there will be less good games on platform, logically with more games you will receive some good and some bad games.