The latest 'South Park' title could be making its way onto Nintendo Switch this March, per a popular Austrailian retail chain.
Very welcome if true!
Yeah, this kinda makes sense. With 3DS games (looooots of rpg's) coming to SWITCH they realized that it will be a go to machine for RPG's. Well this is a good chance to start a following on that machine.
I finally got to play this game a month or so ago, and I gotta admit I would purchase it for Switch if given the opportunity.
Well the engine does work perfectly with Switch.
Now bring The Stick Of Truth
ummmm.....I bought that game and it is not anywhere near as good as the fractured butt hole....err I mean but whole. It is still stock in my try to give a third chance line.
Stick of Truth is awesome. I have Fractured But Whole and havent played it yet, so I cant compare. But SoT is a great game.
No Stick of Truth is better
This would be perfect on the Switch
Ah man and I just bought it for the PS4 two days ago. If it comes with the stick of truth as well I may consider it. But truthfully I doubt I would pick it up so soon. If it had released on the switch before I bought it. I would've taken that console first.
It will probably be substantially more expensive. I don't see a lot of sales on my switch either. Just a few useless $2-3 cuts to indie games.
That's the only thing putting me off buying switch games is that the cost is a lot higher. My only two 3rd party titles so far were Skyrim at £37, but I completed that and spend a good month+ on it. Sold it off for £35. So not bad for £2 renters fee. The second behind mario & rabbids which I got for £37.50 and sold for £30. Nintendo need to work out a way to reduce the costs of their cartridges so 3rd party titles line up with the cost of PS4 and Xbox one games to us consumers. Or it'll be a good while between games for me (thinking Xenoblade 2 next, but after that, I don't know sadly).
a 3rd party game ive not purchased solely because it isn't on switch.
I’d buy it.
Count me in if it’s true.
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