@Bold That's just your implication...
And the the fans expectations of a port is irrelevant in either case, that should be the developers since their one's making the game ... (it's not about what the fans expect, it's about what the developers expect)
Basically proves that a Switch version was NOT confirmed alongside the PS4/3DS version at the same date so you had to move goal posts ...
@Bold Let's not strawman.
And I never said that it was confirmed alongside the PS3/3DS version... In my very first response to you I specifically said that it was confirmed in December 2016. I even gave you a link...
So you've either making up a goalpost, or confused me with someone else.
Either way, all the more reason to just stick to commenting on what I actually said. Not what you think I implied.
You said, and I quote:
The people who wanted it to release at the same date as the Western release got arrogant
And I replied with "I don't think it was unreasonable for people at the time to expect a Switch port before 2019/2020."
How are people are arrogant for thinking it wouldn't release significantly later than Sep 2018, when it was confirmed to be in development for Switch from at least Dec 2016?
What examples can you give us where comparable situations have occurred before?
Because if people are arrogant to think otherwise, it must have happened many time, right?