Ska Studios developer James Silva has said he's looking into bringing Salt and Sanctuary to Nintendo Switch.
A lot of games "could" come to NS
And a lot are and a lot will. You didnt expect a 4 month old handheld to get every third party game? Itl take a year or so before it gathers pace
PS4 & XO didn't need a year to keep pace with third party support
Theyre not handhelds, theyre established home consoles, Switch is more experimental which is why people take the wait and aproach. The first year for ps4 XB1 was bad exclusives and xbox 360 ports with a resoloution bump. Switches exclusives in year 1 are amazing.
NS isn't getting a lot of handheld centric games. Most of its games geared towards the console crowd
Its just the higher quality shovelware effect. All the publishers thought the first Wii was going to tank and jumped on late when they realized there was money to be made. They just underestimated the popularity of the Switch because the failure of the. "U"
Nope, but they had their share of ports / remasters during the first year of their existence too..
@ Neo And they both received better third party support than NS. There was never a question of whether a game would arrive on those platforms
Day one when it does.
Great game. Wins on many levels.
Great game, bought for PS4 and I got it for free on Vita so I won't bother with the Switch. I want Switch to get it own games not stuff I own on PS4 and Vita
I still need to buy this.
Too hard for Nintendo gamers
Well, some Nintendo games in general are too hard, actually. DK Tropical Freeze for example.
Switch is currently charging $80 dollars per game. indie or not. no. The vita stomps on the switch in term of price but oh no. memory cards were a bit expensive. what about this shit? No one says anything?
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