[Let’s Talk] What are you playing? – March 2018
Posted on March 3, 2018 by Brian(@NE_Brian) in Let's Talk
A new month is here! We just entered March this week, so that means we want to know what you’ve been playing.
Have you started up something entirely new for the month? Do games such as Bayonetta 1 + 2 and Dragon Quest Builders still have your attention? Whatever the case, let us know in the comments below!
Highlights from last week’s topic: Switch and ports
Honestly I love the ports we’re getting and tbh I don’t think there’s enough, I want more, bring on the ports!
especially since It allows Wii U’s best games to have a second chance at life on a more popular system, plus it’s portable which is a bonus
As for third party multiplat ports, those are also great considering those games have never been able to be enjoyed on Nintendo Platforms before, and the added benefit of portability, something the other consoles don’t offer makes them much more enticing!
I have port fatigue but there is an influx of retards who never bought a Wii U, and that’s why the ports are good. The problem is I’m starting to itch for some original content now.
The problem isn’t too many ports, it is too few original games.
If I could decide, I’d have every possible game on every possible platform. It is nice to have options.
Currently we are lacking the options on completely new (Nintendo) titles. Even so, personally I welcome less packed spring lineup. It gives me a good chance to clear some of my backlog on other platforms.
I think that ports are fine. There will be more exclusive games coming to the switch and these really cause no harm to them. Maybe we could use newer games from third parties but as long as we are considered for every new mutiplat game we should be good.
I’m all in for ports since I never owned Wii/Wii U and stationary gaming is not a thing for at least for few more years. Being a parent places some limitations)
As long as they are quality ports, bring em on; the more games that increases the switch library for diverse audiences, the better.