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Jranation said:
OTBWY said:

Pokemon Omega Ruby.

Apparently that game have "too much water" 

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Oneeee-Chan!!! said:
PEEPer0nni said:

Fifa is better than Zelda

Asia is better than Europe.

If you want too kill yourself, yes.

Last edited by PEEPer0nni - on 03 March 2018

Lawlight said:
Oneeee-Chan!!! said:

Amaaaaging !

Zelda sold better than Horizon in Europe !

It’s true rhat the PS4 got a huge amount of popular games last year.

Its also true that PS4 user base is around 7x bigger than Switch ones and that Europe is PS4 strongest market.



Miyamotoo said:
Lawlight said:

It’s true rhat the PS4 got a huge amount of popular games last year.

Its also true that PS4 user base is around 7x bigger than Switch ones and that Europe is PS4 strongest market.

And I'm willing to bet that PS4 has more than 7x times amount of games than the Switch library. PS4 owners probably had over 7x the amount of games to choose from last year alone. :p



SWORDF1SH said:
Miyamotoo said:

Its also true that PS4 user base is around 7x bigger than Switch ones and that Europe is PS4 strongest market.

And I'm willing to bet that PS4 has more than 7x times amount of games than the Switch library. PS4 owners probably had over 7x the amount of games to choose from last year alone. :p

Yeah, but Horizon Zero is one of best PS4 exclusives.



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SWORDF1SH said:
Miyamotoo said:

Its also true that PS4 user base is around 7x bigger than Switch ones and that Europe is PS4 strongest market.

And I'm willing to bet that PS4 has more than 7x times amount of games than the Switch library. PS4 owners probably had over 7x the amount of games to choose from last year alone. :p

http://www.metacritic.com/browse/games/release-date/new-releases/switch/date

http://www.metacritic.com/browse/games/release-date/new-releases/ps4/date

These are all the PS4 and Switch releases since  early December. If I didn't miscount, PS4 got 235 games and Switch 205.

Sure, PS4 still got way more games in general, since it's an older console, but I doubt it's still seven times more than the Switch



OTBWY said:
Oneeee-Chan!!! said:

Everybody drink water. We need water game.

Pokemon Omega Ruby.

I don't want to drink salt water.



Oneeee-Chan!!! said:
OTBWY said:

Pokemon Omega Ruby.

I don't want to drink salt water.

Yeah me neither, tell me about it.



Flilix said:
SWORDF1SH said:

And I'm willing to bet that PS4 has more than 7x times amount of games than the Switch library. PS4 owners probably had over 7x the amount of games to choose from last year alone. :p

http://www.metacritic.com/browse/games/release-date/new-releases/switch/date

http://www.metacritic.com/browse/games/release-date/new-releases/ps4/date

These are all the PS4 and Switch releases since  early December. If I didn't miscount, PS4 got 235 games and Switch 205.

Sure, PS4 still got way more games in general, since it's an older console, but I doubt it's still seven times more than the Switch

Switch has that many games? I'm surprised to be honest. PS4 has got to be pushing over 1400 games so it's probably is 7 to 1 but it's a useless stat anyway. I wasn't even that serious when I said it. We should be more interested attach rate but I couldn't tell you what was Switch's attach rate is or what PS4's was in its first year. 

What I do know is that people but Nintendo consoles to play Nintendo games. The same is true with PS4 and Xbox but to a far lesser extent. 

 

EDIT. Just used VGC to work out attach rate for first 11 months for both. Switch 3.1 and PS4 3.3. PSN probably sells a lot more games that Switch's online store to push attach rate up. 

Last edited by SWORDF1SH - on 03 March 2018

SWORDF1SH said:
Flilix said:

http://www.metacritic.com/browse/games/release-date/new-releases/switch/date

http://www.metacritic.com/browse/games/release-date/new-releases/ps4/date

These are all the PS4 and Switch releases since  early December. If I didn't miscount, PS4 got 235 games and Switch 205.

Sure, PS4 still got way more games in general, since it's an older console, but I doubt it's still seven times more than the Switch

Switch has that many games? I'm surprised to be honest. PS4 has got to be pushing over 1400 games so it's probably is 7 to 1 but it's a useless stat anyway. I wasn't even that serious when I said it. We should be more interested attach rate but I couldn't tell you what was Switch's attach rate is or what PS4's was in its first year. 

What I do know is that people but Nintendo consoles to play Nintendo games. The same is true with PS4 and Xbox but to a far lesser extent. 

 

EDIT. Just used VGC to work out attach rate for first 11 months for both. Switch 3.1 and PS4 3.3. PSN probably sells a lot more games that Switch's online store to push attach rate up. 

I'd imagine those lists include digital-only games. According to Nintendo themselves, the number of games with retail releases ranges from 56 to 83, depending on the region.



 
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