How is it secret? Everybody knows about it.
Very funny. This isn't meant to be serious, right?
I'm okay with that. To me, E3 is about what the future holds. Besides, whether a game comes out in a few months or several years, either way you won't be playing it tomorrow. And as long as there are enough games to play today, I don't see the issue in having something to look forward to.
Well that's not at all surprising. But they should take the time they need.
@ EDMIX: Yes, I think Nintendo should keep supporting the 3DS. What they need is third party support for the Switch so they don't have the provide the entire line-up by themselves. Even if they killed the 3DS and focused 100% on that device, they couldn't do that on their own.
The Switch is Nintendo's home console, it replaces the Wii U, not the 3DS. Sure, you can use it as a handheld but Nintendo sees it as their home console with added portable functionality, they have made this clear several times and this further proves it.
Well Zelda and Mario Kart are ports, sure, but Arms and Splatoon 2 are coming out soon and who knows what they'll announce at E3.
As long as the Switch is getting plenty of support (and it is) I don't see a problem with supporting the 3DS as well.
@ Fishy: It's just not true that Kojima takes an exceptionally long time to develop his games, that's what I was responding to.
There's nothing to 'justify'. The time he takes is perfectly normal. And cool cheap jab at MGSV.
How do you know?
He doesn't take an age. He takes a normal amount of time for the type of games he creates.
Sony is financing its development, so I wouldn't hold my breath.
The PS5 is still a way off. Hideo made an agreement with Sony to develop a PS4 title. So no, not likely.
Yes! I assume that means it will come to Europe as well?
"I've said before, the one thing that I probably find a little distasteful in the discourse around games is the divisiveness that people try to build between platforms." - Phil Spencer
That's not the reason. The reason is that hardly anyone seems to use it.
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