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Nintendo intends to maintain a steady stream of releases for Switch

Posted on October 25, 2017 by (@NE_Brian) in News, Switch

Update (10/25): Koizumi relayed many of the same points made to Famitsu as he did with 4Gamer. Also mentioned is that we can look forward to more than just Nintendo’s traditional IPs on Switch.


Original (10/23): 4Gamer published a new interview today with Super Mario Odyssey producer Yoshiaki Koizumi. It was mainly about that game as you would expect, but the piece also contained some talk about the Switch in general. It’s worth noting that Koizumi was the overall general producer of the Switch hardware.

Towards the end of its interview, 4Gamer brought up how Switch is getting a number of big games at a steady pace in its first year. The site almost feels like Nintendo compressed a five-year console cycle into just one year.

In response, Koizumi noted how the beginning is important when establishing a game console. Not only is the amount of software is important, but also how long it takes in which people become satisfied in playing them. Switch was released in March rather than at the end of year where the battle for sales is basically at its peak, with Nintendo wanting to properly line up the idea of how Switch can be played before the holiday season.

Koizumi went on to talk about how Nintendo’s various games hit on different points. For Zelda: Breath of the Wild, Nintendo wanted people to feel the surprise of Switch letting you take a home console-quality game on the go. 1-2-Switch was made for explaining the Joy-Con, and Mario Kart 8 Deluxe is to let people experience the idea of sharing controllers. Then Splatoon 2 is to convey the fun of local multiplayer, and ARMS is a way to show that Nintendo is also creating new IPs. The company also calculated the timing to release Super Mario Odyssey, and Xenoblade Chronicles 2 is being prepared for those who want a full-fledged RPG. Koizumi did note how it was really hectic to make these titles fit just right into the schedule. 4Gamer pointed out how this was the timing becomes very important because each title has its own role, to which Koizumi agreed with.

4Gamer closed out this section of the discussion by bringing up some concerns that Nintendo won’t be able to maintain its strong pace of software since so many mainstay games were brought out this year. However, Koizumi said that things are being constructing in such a way that the steady pace will be maintained. Also, Nintendo still has a number of IPs left. Koizumi added that there should be many third-parties that will look into the ways of using the console, so there is that to look forward to that as well.

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  • Puffdaddy

    Oh yes daddy, keep on giving me that good one big release a month 🙂

    • Melatelo

      Uhmmm

      • Lx

        You mean YUhmmm

        • FutureFox

          More like, YUhck.

  • Emufred

    Kirby
    Yoshi
    Fire Emblem
    No More Heroes
    Project Octopath

    Not counting Metroid Prime and Pokemon(Have my doubt those will be 2018 games) but so far 2018 isn’t looking bad at all.

    • Exy

      I still want to know more about that Yoshi game.

    • DarkVader

      SMASH Bros, SMT5, Pikmin, BotW story DLC, new Monolith Soft RPG, RETRO’s new game project and who knows maybe we will see the long rumored Luigi’s Mansion too 😀

      • Jaxad0127

        Mario Maker, Animal Crossing, StarFox, Kid Icarus, …

      • Nhat Anh Hoang

        No way Monolith Soft new RPG come out next year. A big RPG from Monolith take at least 3 year so 2020

        • Auragar

          I don’t think he is strictly talking about 2018 games or at least he is stupid if he is so it is unlikely he is that dumb.

          • Nhat Anh Hoang

            Yeah, it is 2020 at the earliest, I just want to be sure he’s not mistaken it’s next year because we are talking about switch lineup in 2018

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      • Waji Hemisphere

        The new Monolith Rpg could be shown but won’t release before 2019. SMT5 might not too, in Japan maybe, which is fine to me but wouldn’t be included if not worldwide for western players.

    • KnightWonder

      I think Pokemon has a really good chance of being out next year, since it’s not trying to redefine the formula or anything. Metroid though, I can agree with.

      • NMe

        It’s not trying to redefine the formula but it is likely to need hefty rework compared to the X/Y engine (that was also used for Sun/Moon and Ultra Sun/Ultra Moon). For one thing, the 3DS has only an effective resolution of 400×240 whereas the Switch has 720p in its most modest display mode. They will need to rework character models and textures even if they do manage to keep most of the old X/Y engine in place.

        I think they might take the time to redesign some of the core game. Maybe they won’t stick with a fixed camera this time. Maybe they’ll let you move around more freely. Maybe it will be more of an open world game with less story and more new gameplay.

        I am not expecting any of these changes but if they are considering any of them, this is the time to add them.

    • Pokemon will be 2018.
      The Anime always ends before the Next Generation.
      Right now Ash is currently halfway done in Alola. Whenever Ash completes a region. 1-2 month later the next generation of Pokemon games is released.

      It will be a holiday title. They said back during E3 it won’t released for no more than a year. June 2017-2018 is one year. Add the rest of 2018 is enough time for them to release it.

      Plus they been working on it since Ultra Sun & Moon started. So it already 1 year in development.

      • Alex Queiroz

        I need Ash in new pokemon game

        • Well the Ash-Cap Pikachu and Ash-Pikachu Z-Move and Ash-Greninja and Dusk Form Lycanroc.
          Are all Ash exclusives.

          • Alex Queiroz

            yeah, but i like the character ash, and he never had a game for him

          • Well if you count Pokemon Yellow then he did sort of.

        • MagcargoMan

          I need Ash to stay away from the games forever.

          • Evan Gustavson

            Yet you want to see Jessie and James?
            Personally, i want the anime to stay separate from the games. Forms
            You have no idea how peeved I was when “ash Ketchum” was classified as a video game character in some ipad guessing game.
            Pokemon cries sound almost like animal cries.
            Most pokemon aren’t meant to be smart enough to fluently understand human speech, least of all Pikachu, the common house pest that ruins electric wiring, and the fact that Lapras’ intelligence is noteworthy for being able to do so is evidence of that. Pokémon move names are like dogtricks. You train them to do it on command.

          • MagcargoMan

            I don’t think they need to be in the games, what my point in that other article was I don’t care about Team Rocket coming back in the slightest because they’re pretty boring and uninteresting in the games.

            And nah, I don’t think Ash-Greninja should have appeared in the games at all. And I myself was rather annoyed when Smash 4 name-dropped Ash on Pokemon Trainer’s trophy.

      • Pinkie-Dawn

        There is no confirmation or supporting evidence that we’re getting a Pokémon 2018 game (not to mention it contradicts the 3-4 year life cycle of Pokémon gens). That info only originated from a rumor that also said Metroid Prime 4 is 2018 release even though they just started production and would take 3 years to make according to Retro Studios.

        • Evidence is the anime. It has always been like that. The anime either come months or weeks before or after or during. XY anime aired 4 days after XY released.

          • Pinkie-Dawn

            You do realize that there’s also a pattern for the anime based on odd-numbered gens having post-league filler arcs.

          • Uh yes. Ash is half way done with Alola. The Pokemon league is more than likely starting late summer or early fall 2018. Since right now the current story seems to be heading toward Ultra Sun & Moon. Since Ash has Nebby and not Lillie.
            Nintendo isn’t gonna wait til Holiday 2019 to release Pokemon Switch.
            The pacing of the Sun & Moon anime is the exact same as Pokemon XY & XYZ. And it didn’t have filler arc. Not only that Sun & Moon has filler episodes almost every week.

          • Pinkie-Dawn

            That’s because Pokémon XY and XYZ are part of an even-numbered gen. You’re forgetting that odd-numbered gens have post-league filler arcs. Gen I had the Orange Islands, Gen III had the Battle Frontier, and Gen V had the Decora Islands. Gen VII will most likely have whatever postgame arc USUM will introduce.

          • As I said. Sun & Moon anime is already entering whatever US&UM are bringing since episode 45.

          • Auragar

            Uh yeah they are. You can’t magically make a game be complete an entire year ahead of schedule. The anime doesn’t mean jack.

        • Cyberrb25

          I’m pretty confident that the VGC 2018’s ruleset is pretty much the same as last generation’s VGC ruleset. So I’d expect that it’s a sign of “Let’s go all in and prepare for the next year”.

        • Princess_Eevee9

          I’m actually in the camp of we’re most definitely getting a Pokémon game next year, a spin-off title that is. It made makes sense given that now that GameFreak has reported they made the Switch over to better hardware they also have access to more experienced people and help to guide them through their transition. My only evidence would be that Pokémon UltraSun & Pokémon UltraMoon are doing developed mostly by rookies not series veterans.

          • Pinkie-Dawn

            A Pokemon spin-off title coming next year is perfectly acceptable. It’s the mainline series where the pattern matters.

          • Princess_Eevee9

            Count on Sinnoh Remakes getting teased too.

      • Auragar

        Nope Pokemon is 2019.

      • Princess_Eevee9

        I only believe in this for the Pokémon Nintendo Switch game is now definitely gonna be Sinnoh Remakes or if they’re wanting to be risky Pokémon Mystery Dungeon /Conquest /Colosseum 3. But the next Generation will not be here for awhile, dunno why everybody wants Generation VIII now when GameFreak are so inept at adjusting to new hardware fast.

        • Game Freak is developing the game. Game Freak only does the main Pokemon game.
          Also they won’t do a Sinnoh Remake til Generation 8 Pokemon games have already released.

          Don’t be surprise when 8th Generation starts Holiday 2018. Only way it won’t be Gen 8 if Game Freak decides to create something entirely new Pokemon main series.

    • Sharito7

      Shin Megami V too. We already have 6 out of 12 months covered.

      • Nhat Anh Hoang

        Shin Megami Tensei V just start develop this year, you think a big game like SMT V will be next year?

      • Auragar

        We have no idea when SMTV is coming from what it sounds like it will be a long ways off still.

    • Cyberrb25

      I could expect Pokémon to be on late 2018. More on the doubt of MP4 to be 2018.

      But add to it Virtual Console, Animal Crossing (which I can’t understand it not appearing in any way on the AC Direct), and possibly some sort of Smash Bros.

      • Auragar

        Pokemon is late 2019.

        • Cyberrb25

          I believe it to be late 2018 because of it being one bigass Nintendo Franchise and also because of theis year’s VGC ruleset, who looks much alike 2016’s, last generation’s VGC ruleset

          • Auragar

            You can’t just make a game of any sort of decent quality in like a year. Though some may argue we don’t know that Pokemon Switch only began development this year. I just don’t see it happening next year.

          • Rodrigo Coelho Costa Junior

            it began development either early this year or last year after sun and moon was finished.
            Because ultra sun and ultra moon is being developed but a secondary “new talent” team.

            So that makes it at least two years or more.

          • Auragar

            2019 would be 2 years which MIGHT be just barely enough time for it.

          • Rodrigo Coelho Costa Junior

            if you consider that game freak doesn’t like big changes, they just barely evolve from one game to the other, The new gen is totally possible to do in a 2-year cicle. They have the tools, htye have the art, they have the models, they basically have the game design…
            they jsut need to program it, test and balance. its doable.
            Don’t expect a pokemon MMO, its going to be “Pokemon Star” but with a new region and pokemon

          • Auragar

            It’s not gonna be Pokemon Star for exactly the reason you said at the end. But no of course it isn’t gonna be an MMO that would be awful. But seriously this is a new console they’ve never worked with, they will be building a new engine to work on it, and whole they don’t change much they do change a little bit between generations even between games of the same generation. P!us creating an entire new region, characters, pokemon, story, etc. takes time, a lot of time. They were just beginning Pokemon Switch when it was announced if they had even begun at all that announcement was to please people upset by the reveal of USUM a couple days prior.

    • Game_God

      Don’t forget DQ XI, DQ builders 1 & 2, Wolfenstein 2, Steep!!!

    • Game_God

      From
      the Famitsu interview: “As we are making something that will pierce the
      hearts of everyone, I hope you will look forward to it.”

      https://nintendosoup.com/ex

      From Mother 3: the Drago Fang was pierced through Hinawa’s heart.

      Did Koizumi just teased Mother for the Switch????????

  • Lorena Yepez

    They got franchises for years…Metroid, Kirby, Yoshi, Fire Emblem and Pokemon are confirmed…..Luigi’s Mansion, F Zero, Pikmin, Starfox, Earthbound, Animal Crossings, Punch Out, Kid Icarus, Donkey Kong, Wario, Smash brothers just to name a few.

    • carlos holguin holguin

      I can see a starfox deluxe coming next year.. same with donkey kong

  • Amethyst Gaze

    Shouldn’t be a big issue going forward with everybody working on Switch. Next Pokemon, Fire Emblem, etc. are all on Switch. In a worse timeline, we’d get those on the 4DS and you’d have to pick up the Wii U 2 to play Mario Odyssey and BotW.

    Also you don’t need a big release every month from Nintendo with third parties coming around, and with some exclusives too. Like if SMT V comes out one month, I don’t care if Nintendo just sits on their behind for a few weeks.

    • Hippo Potamus

      The Darkest Timeline!

    • Cyberrb25

      Basically, it’s what they did for May (with an arguably weaker response on SFII TFC) and August (with Rabbid-acclaimed Mario XCOM)

      That last one was inevitable to be put there xD

  • Pepperkeet

    The switch has had the best launch of any console I can honestly remember. Next direct will be interesting because past December (for xeno2) we know very little of what’s coming next year. Yes it’s kirby and Yoshi and probably even Smash Deluxe but other than that… not much is known first party wise. Let’s see what they can bring.

    • DarkVader

      I second that, I started gaming way back in the Genesis/SNES era and bought all major consoles within their first year, Switch by far has the best launch year of any system ever!

      • Cyxodus

        I’ve been buying since the Atari 2600 and this is the strongest launch I’ve ever seen. Especially for a Nintendo console.

    • Aline Piroutek

      Cof Cof, Call of Duty Ghosts on PS4, New Super Mario Bros. U on WiiU, Super Street Fighter IV on 3DS,(Vita I don’t know, I bought it on 2016). So yeah, all consoles had a crappy launch.

    • MagcargoMan

      It was a pretty weak launch line-up all things considered. Just a bunch of ports, multi-console games and 1-2-Switch pretty much.

      • Nhat Anh Hoang

        Yeah, but way better first year than any console

      • FutureFox

        Same with every other console.

  • Exy

    Nintendo will release video game for console? Get out of town!

  • If things go well as planned (supply, software, etc.), Nintendo will pretty much have a great holiday season. ^_^

  • carlos holguin holguin

    Fire emblem, SMT, kirby, yoshi, pikmin, smash, zelda dlc, donkey kong, bayoneta and maybe pokemon.. yup they have lots of ips for next year

    • Auragar

      Pokemon is 2019.

      • Pokémon is 2018

      • ben

        Although 2019 is the most logical time frame, 2018 is really not that hard for them to achieve. The pokemon company has so much money that they can make anything possible.

        • Auragar

          I don’t see it happening.

  • ben

    Pikmin

    I need Pikmin.

    • DarkVader

      We all need Pikmin!

  • Melatelo

    Really hope this sticks! We know very little concrete info of games coming to Switch in 2018. Maybe we’ll get a blowout in December with a big direct? I’m fully anticipating Retro’s new game to release next year, along with Pikmin 4. Not so sure if Pokémon or Metroid Prime 4 will be ready before the years end however. Hoping for plenty of surprises though.

    • Evan Gustavson

      I know all I need to know about 2018 tbh.
      Kirby Star Allies is coming out in Spring, Pokemon Switch is releasing somewhere within the year, and KH3 has the same release window on the PS4. Oh and FE Warriors last couple DLC packs releasing early 2018 too.
      I think Octopath Traveler is slated for 2018 too.

      • Auragar

        Pokemon isn’t coming next year and KHIII isn’t coming to Switch.

        • Game_God

          Pokemon is coming next year and KHIII is coming to Switch.

          • Auragar

            No it isn’t, and no it isn’t.

          • Game_God

            lol and lol.
            The main dev team has been working on Pokemon Switch since November last year, it gives them 2 years to make the game, which is time enough for them to do it, even more after earing how Nintendo has been accelerating the pace to dev games. I can see Gamefreak using Unreal 4 like Nintendo is doing, to make the next Pokemon, great visuals, easier & faster dev, release November 2018!

          • Auragar

            You actually think GameFreak will use a pre-existing engine? Hahahahah. No. 2019 or beyond.

          • Game_God

            Nintendo never used other game engines until they did, with the Switch & Unreal 4 (Mario Odyssey is running on it) since the Switch is taylor made for it… even Square-Enix & plenty of other Japanese devs are steering towards Unreal 4. I bet you that Pokemon will release on November 2018!!!

          • nemo37

            Mario Odyssey is not running on Unreal Engine 4. The only game Nintendo is making with UE4 is the new Yoshi game for Switch (you can tell because it uses UE4 trademarks and logos in the trailer, like other UE4 games; Mario Odyssey does not have any of that). Nintendo tends to use custom engines that are designed specifically around the hardware they are developing for at the time. I believe the only reason UE4 is being used for Yoshi is because Nintendo confirmed earlier that they were working with Epic to get the engine to run as smoothly as possible on the system so that third-party games can be easily brought over (Miyamoto even mentioned that they have mastered engines like UE4 and Unity for Switch, despite not planning on using them much for internal purposes), so they probably used this game to optimize the engine for the system.

          • Game_God

            You’re right, been reading too much forums where too many people said it was as a fact, but info on what engine it’s running has been released so far, that & Nintendo developping with it cimented in my mind that Mario was one of them…

          • Auragar

            I won’t argue this with you anymore, you believe what you want to believe, but don’t be upset when you’re wrong.

          • Game_God

            To be honest, I don’t care, I don’t even play Pokemon games, just wanted to send back your way a bit of your own venom when you are talking everyone down that Pokemon will see a 2019 or further release… you don’t know anything about that, so stop stating as if it’s a fact patronizing other poster… it will release whenever Gamefreak has it ready, which will be anytime in the future… cheers!

        • Hidden Flare

          Considering they put out a main pokemon game almost every year and they even have another team on ultra sun and moon its likely they can get one around the holidays next year.

          • Auragar

            They only put games out each year once they have the engine and everything done. Switch has to be done from the ground up, and will be their first time working with the Switch hardware.

          • Hidden Flare

            Lets say they start after sun and moon (even then its possible they did it as early as nintendo gave them a switch, considering they work close with them they likely got it more early then most). It takes time for the engine and while they do that they get another team on ultra sun and ultra moon. Most of their focus will be on the switch game for less then two years or one and a half at the least. I can see it being possible they skip another year especially considering this is the first HD game but I doubt they would delay that long.

          • Game_God

            This why I think they are using Unreal 4, just like Nintendo is doing for its games now!

          • Auragar

            They’re not. Should they? Yeah probably. But they aren’t.

    • Auragar

      Pokemon is 2019. We won’t hear about it at all next year.

  • awng782

    While I doubt any single one of Nintendo’s 2018 games will reach the level of acclaim that Zelda Breath of the Wild or Mario Odyssey has/will reach, things should be great in terms of overall quality and breadth of content.

  • Tlink7

    Good, droughts were one of the big reasons the Wii U failed

    • Strawman

      Best thing so far I can see, is that the third-parties are very much onboard with the system. They’ve got a number of IP left, and some strong ones at that, but you don’t want the Switch to fizzle out after 2018 (Unless they’ve got a plan after that) so the thirds will be claiming more months is my guess.

      • Tlink7

        The third-party devs are on board and only more will flock to the Switch as the installbase continues to grow 😀 Nintendo created the base (instead of just expecting games to magically appear once they launched the machine…) and will continue to churn out games, but probably not quite as fast as in the Switch’ launch year

  • AJK

    2018 should have Yoshi, Kirby, Fire Emblem, Metroid and Pokemon. I’m also guessing Pikmin, the rumoured Luigis Mansion from Retro and Smash Bros. So at a game a month thats 8 months covered.

    • Peace Boy

      There’s a rumoured Luigi’s Mansion? WHERE?

    • R.Z.

      Pokémon is a maybe if they can make it in time, Metroid is a probably not.
      I’m hoping Animal Crossing happens, Pikmin, rumored since forever, is very likely. And Retro better show up with that secret game they have been working on since Dog knows when.

      • AJK

        I really hope animal crossing happens too. But got to say, after seeing how great Stardew Valley is, i want a lot more from the next Animal Crossing.

    • Auragar

      Pokemon is 2019.

      • AJK

        Source?

        • Auragar

          Logic. Heck it may not even be until 2020 but that seems crazy.

        • Game_God

          Pokemon will launch Xmas 2018.

          • Pokémon Sun and Moon

            Pokemon for switch is pretty far in development according to the chinese leaker who got right about team rocket being in the game

          • AJK

            That’s my assumption too. Would make sense to make it the big holdiay game next year

  • RoadyMike

    Please just don’t forget about 3rd parties too(not just indies)
    Having to rely almost entirely on Nintendo games is one of the reasons the Wii U had a slow and painful death

  • Locky Mavo

    Hope they deliver in full on this promise, hopefully this means they’ll revive a few of their dormant IPs, along with the sequels and new IPs.

  • Aline Piroutek

    I know. Just look how many games launched since March.

  • Burstaholic

    “Splatoon 2 is to convey the fun of local multiplayer.”

    Too bad it *doesn’t have local multiplayer*

    • MrManguy

      It has local wireless, which is local multiplayer.

  • Edward Wokhands

    F-Zero please?

  • Cool!

  • R.Z.

    If they were really making the titles to fit the schedule I wouldn’t have minded some single player goodness around the summer …
    It was a dry summer on that front.

  • Radish

    Please can we have F-Zero this time?! The SNES Classic rekindled my love of that franchise.

  • Killey

    Give me Advance Wars and I’ll buy a Switch.

  • MoYeung

    “maintain a steady stream of releases for”…

    They said the same thing with Wii and Wii U…

  • Auragar

    Nice to hear and considering what is already confirmed for 2018 and beyond plus everything else they can work on if they wanted to I can see it being followed up upon and not just be hollow words but we will have to see what happens.

  • Franchises that I’m hoping Nintendo brings back for the Switch…..

    F-Zero
    Sin And Punishment
    Golden Sun
    Earthbound
    Star Tropics
    Ice Climbers
    ” Excite ” series
    Wave Race
    1080 Snowboarding
    Diddy Kong Racing

  • NintendoPSXTheSecond

    With Kirby, Yoshi, Pokemon and Fire Emblem on the way, I can see how the first two years are massive for Nintendo on Switch.

    Now I’d personally love to see a new Kid Icarus. Hell I could even see a Zelda HD collection with both WW and TP.

  • Constantinos Lapiotis

    We all need ENDLESS OCEAN 3 🙂

  • SomeFluffer64

    In 2018, we could get Pikmin, Star Fox, Animal Crossing, etc.

    And I still haven’t forgotten about the rumored follow-up to Luigi’s Mansion: Dark Moon….

  • Rhinopotamus

    3-4-Switch confirmed, featuring exclusively 3- and 4-player games where you stare into each other’s eyes.

    • Rodrigo Coelho Costa Junior

      lol

  • hi v3.0

    Switch is getting a lot of good games!

  • Ghirahim

    The Wonderful 101. Bayonetta 3. I’ll buy ten copies, I swear!!!!

    • Jacob Groves

      You means The Wonderful 102? I will get this plus Bayonetta 3 too. 🙂

      • I think Bayonetta 3 will be a 2019 title but Platinum will probably develop a remastered version of Bayonetta 2 for the Switch in the meantime while if they are also developing W102 I think they’ll bundle a remastered port of W101 with it

  • Game_God

    From the Famitsu interview: “As we are making something that will pierce the hearts of everyone, I hope you will look forward to it.”

    https://nintendosoup.com/expect-new-ips-nintendo-switch-2018-beyond-koizumi-says/

    From Mother 3: the Drago Fang was pierced through Hinawa’s heart.

    Did Koizumi just teased Mother for the Switch????????

    • Auragar

      Nah but a new game that they are being secretive about is exciting.

      • Game_God

        Indeed, furthermore I think they are being secretive about more than 1 game, Koizumi seemed pretty confident… hoping for some mind-blowing surprises!!!

  • Gamingfan

    What about if you just buy the console for exclusives? Will there still be a steady flow? I dont care about your inferior third party ports I can already get on a console I already own. If they performed just as good or better then I’d actually care.

  • Jacob Groves

    We all knew Kirby, Yoshi, Pokemon, Metroid Prime 4, Fire Emblem, No More Heroes, SMT 5, new RPG IP game from Monolith Soft, Project Octopath all which is on way with starting from next year and so. There heavy rumours around when NX codename reveals by Nintendo and before that that we might getting Diddy Kong Racing 2, Super Smash Bros. 4 remastered/port or 5 and others. Also Nintendo had slated over year ago Pikmin 4 is under development and close to complete developing, Platinum Games might bringing Bayonetta 3 and they working on new game for Switch (we have wait and see what they bringing us for), Retro Studios working on new IP game for Switch which is Retro already mention before, Bethesda already mention recently they will bringing more games after Doom then Skyrim then Wolfenstein 2, there heavy rumours mention recently and before that we might getting Luigi Mansion game for Switch and lastly Nintendo will bringing their own Mature games for Switch which is huge step up which is why we saw Bethesda and Rockstar Games and other developrs bringing mature games for us. 🙂

    I am so exciting for Switch’s lifecycle. Switch is best Nintendo home console since GameCube in my opinion but I enjoyed Wii and Wii U in their generation life. 🙂

  • Jacob Groves

    SUPER MARIO ODYSSEY IS NOW 2 ****ING MORE DAYS!!! woooooohooooo paaaaaaa!!! So exciting. 🙂 🙂

    I am super hype on it. 🙂 🙂 🙂 🙂 🙂 🙂 🙂 🙂 🙂 🙂

  • ben

    I think Nintendo has got the Zelda team already making the next Zelda game and it wont take half the time Breath of the wild took. They can carry on with the art style and take it anyway they want.