Nintendo Switch

Dragon Quest Builders 2 Has Been Revealed For Switch

The library of Nintendo Switch games continues to grow with an announcement from Square Enix that Dragon Quest Builders 2 will be coming to Nintendo Switch and Playstation 4. All we know is that the game will have underwater exploration, gliding and even multiplayer. We’ve included footage of the gameplay down below, which came from Square Enix’s Dragon Quest Summer Festival 2017, so feel free to check it out.

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  1. Absolutely great news. I loved the first one on the PS3 so this is a definitely a must buy for me. Square Enix is currently the best 3rd party publisher/developer so far supporting the Switch…….now if we could get Kingdom Hearts 3 and a Tomb Raider collection for the Switch………….

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  2. Looks to me like the Switch will also be the unofficial successor to the PlayStation Vita. I’m expecting plenty of shared PS4 ports like this from Japan in the future.

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  3. “B-b-but Nintendo Switch has no game!??!?!?” – Uneducated Nintendo Hater
    It seems to me that the Nintendo Switch truly is the real successor to the Nintendo Wii rather than the Wii U, I believe the Wii U was really just like the PS4 Pro and Xbox One X and was just an upgraded Nintendo Wii, whilst Nintendo Switch being the REAL successor.

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      1. I, for example do not like download versions at all. Downloading the games can take forever, it requires a lot of storage…
        With a physical release, I walk into a store, buy it, at home I put the game into my console and I can play.
        For me that is the far shorter route.
        As a bonus I can put the game on my shelf.

        Long story short, if this game gets a physical release I will buy it, otherwise I am not sure yet.

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      2. Collectors, Storage, Data caps, ect ect. Physical over digital or vice versa is a valid argument. Me personally is just a preferance. I like looking at my cases on the shelf and going through them to see what I feel like playing.

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