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Started by gameblabla, April 29, 2019, 01:15:04 am
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QuoteIndie devs starts releasing games for it and they also complain about the tedious approval process, which has not changed much.
QuoteTo some, Switch's future already becomes predicable.Even after Nintendo releases games after games, this again does not translate into better third-party sales
Quote...only hardcore fans ended up buying it and the Switch sales does not translate into third-party software sales.AAA developers are already complaining about the lack of power to the device and how poorly the Switch version sold.
QuoteMeanwhile, Sony and Microsoft keeps improving their devices by making VR yet even more cheap than before and bringing it to the masses.
QuoteThe PS4 and Xbox One S were already inexpensive a few months ago (230$ and 250$) and on top of that, they got a huge library of games.
QuoteIn addition to that, games suffers from horrible frame-rate drops when the device is undocked.They are also quick to realize the Switch has a bad battery and it's not practical as a portable device.The media capabilities are limited and the environment is very closed, making very hard to watch movies easily.Streaming on the device is disappointing and they are stuck with Netflix at 1080p, no 4K available.Nintendo also crippled the internal browser so gamers can't play HTML5 games with sound.
QuoteHowever, gamers who own the device are quick to point out how disappointing the games look on an HDTV :games are stuck at 720p and look awful on 1080p/4k Television.
Quote5 years after the Switch, Switch sold less than expected : 25 millions rather than the 100 millions they expected it would sell.
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