I am a huge Nintendo fan and I hope I am impressed as more details come out about the new service, but at the moment I am staying on the tired side with Nintendo Switch Online. If this was a reason at one point, there's no reason for it to still be one.
Nintendo World Report has dropped two great videos comparing the visual differences from Bayonetta 1 and 2 on Nintendo Wii U versus Nintendo Switch. Now it seems like the Japanese gaming firm plans to hold on to the 3DS for a little while longer.
Nintendo stated that its new service will let players enjoy online gaming, and it will launch with a dedicated smartphone app that connects to your Switch system and helps you connect with friends or find sessions they're playing in relevant games (similarly to PSN and its mobile functionality). One of these is online services, and thankfully, they are going to make it an actual thing this year.
During the briefing, Nintendo revealed that the Nintendo Switch had outsold the Wii U [VIDEO] by passing 14 million units since March 2017. 3, Balloon Fight and Dr. Mario, then get newer classic games later on.
But the console has proved all doubters wrong, and since its launch Nintendo's market value has been steadily rising to reflect this.
Nintendo Switch Online will bring a whole new dimension to the massively popular hybrid console, which may further boost sales.
I'm kind of exhausted of looking at the "coming soon" Nintendo Switch section of the My Nintendo website.
Courtesy of the highly successful Switch, Nintendo has nabbed revenues of 857 billion yen (for the nine months ending December 31st), soaring 175% year-on-year. What if down the road I want to play it again? If a small percentage of PlayStation 4 owners buy a game, it's still a lot of sales. This comes well over a year after the Switch's original launch.
Nintendo had a hard time keeping the console on shelves for much of the year. In fact, it's Nintendo's fastest-selling console ever in the US. The whole process looks pretty free-form, and players can check out the game in the trailer we've featured below.