Will Capcom Bring the Resident Evil 7 to Nintendo Switch?

Express Online has spoken to producer Masachika Kawata and director Koshi Nakanishi to find out if the Nintendo Switch games lineup is about to be given a boost.

Unforunately, however, it doesn't look good for Nintendo Switch fans with a taste for survival horror.

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chrisx1604d ago (Edited 1604d ago )

Not likely. Its the wiiu allover again

Neonridr1603d ago (Edited 1603d ago )

they said they have no plans at the moment. At least use the correct wording instead of making up your own.

@below, no he still said the same thing. He just said not likely. Which is not what the devs said. Just pointing out some correct wording.

Nitrowolf21603d ago

Uh? Hes not quoting anyone though

ecchiless1603d ago (Edited 1603d ago )

Did he write something diferent before the edit?

paddy951603d ago (Edited 1603d ago )

The Switch can't handle current gen games. Zelda is the same as the WII U version lol.

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prankster1011603d ago (Edited 1603d ago )

I used to buy Nintendo home consoles expecting 3rd party support. Alas, the continuous lies that Nintendo perpetuated with the Wii U, together with how well the console fared in the marketplace, was the final straw that broke the camel's back.

Fool me once... Shame on you. Fool me twice... Shame on me.

I can definitely imagine previous Wii U owners, and those who never caved into Nintendo's extortionate demands for the Wii U hardware not buy into the embellished lies that Nintendo has once again iterated regarding the Switch and its third party support.

£280 extra for the "best" version of Zelda, not to mention the extra cost of the accessories, together with the rip-off price of £60 for the game... Ha ha, Nintendo must think people are daft... Especially when the competition are running circles around them in terms of having high calibre titles that remain exclusive to their platforms.

And people thought 10million-odd Wii U sales was bad...

BenRC011603d ago

"No 3rd party thanks, we hate money"

PaulKersey1603d ago

Third parties don't want to release a neutered version of their games so it will play on the weakest console.

quent1603d ago

Then why release games on consoles period ?

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