You're right. Things could be much much better in the Nintendo department. They need to take a look at how Sony and Microsoft are handling things like; their online experience/UI/UX, game pass-style systems etc.And that warrants "no complaints"? Idk about that.
You know you don't need to justify yourself for liking something, right? Especially to that user. If you don't have complaints and like their output, yeah, that's fine.You're right. Things could be much much better in the Nintendo department. They need to take a look at how Sony and Microsoft are handling things like; their online experience/UI/UX, game pass-style systems etc.
I guess I was pleased with the (very) short-term situation... i.e there's a couple of good games on the horizon along with E3.
Really? I am glad to have a way to play SS in HD without having to use some quirky emulator setup that is a pain to get running. Also Mario Golf looks like a fun little game. The only complaints people could have here is the price of the SS port, but it is something many are looking forward to regardless and it is updated a little.And that warrants "no complaints"? Idk about that.
It is super quiet, I hope your right and we will be hit by a tsunami of new game and hardware announcements, but deep down I'm worried Nintendo had a hard time adjusting to Covid,
Hope I'm wrong but i'm keeping my expectations in check this time, I'm no Pekemon fan, so really looking forward to some Zelda/Metroid/Bayo3/any Platinum or Monolith news will do.
What counts as not being quiet? Nintendo has announced a whole bunch of first party games in the last 4 months.Nintendo has been quiet in terms of big announcements for more than a year now.
The only way you would get that list is if you focus entirely on sales threads and ignore all the threads on games.Lately? They've been quiet for nearly a year now in terms of anything to do with gaming.
Here is the Nintendo news from the past year going by threads here:
- "Switch is the biggest selling console in March"
- "Switch is the fastest selling console in April"
- "Nintendo are the highest grossing 100 year old Japanese company in May"
- "Switch sales exceed PS4 in Q4 in Japan"
- "Switch has taken over the Japanese government in June"
- "There seems to be no stopping the Switch in July, it's coming for you and your family"
There are more threads about Nintendo Switch sales than PS5 and Xbox Series X combined which I did NOT expect to happen considering console wars and all that.
Almost as if there's nothing else to talk about eh?
I'd be happier for Nintendo if I didn't think they were resting on their laurels for the past 2 years.
it isn't very exciting to be talking about sales of a console when the console itself isn't delivering anymore... sorry
I get that, but there is the factor of portability. I loved borderlands 2 on the vita. It was low enemy count and the graphics were worse than any console, but it was the full game in the palm of your hands and that to me made it amazing.Because Switch always gets the worst version. Made the error getting R Type Final 2 on Switch, now thinking about cancelling my Ys 8 preorder and just getting it for PS4 or PC.
Edit: I pre-ordered Bayonetta 3 and Metroid Prime 4 in... 2017
There are tons of people like me that never played those games. I was estactic when mario 3d allstarts, mario 3d world, hyrule warriors, xenoblade, no more heroes, came out as i never played them. SNES was the last nintendo home console i owned, but I can see your point. Thing is wii-u sold like shit, they would be foolish not to re-release the games from it.That's the problem for us diehard fans that actually bought and played all of the big titles on the Wii U. Sure, they're fantastic games. But at the end of the day basically nearly all of the "big" Switch titles are old news to us that we played a generation ago already. It's great they're reaching a wider audience now but for many it's been there, done that.