Nintendo Switch

South Park: The Stick Of Truth Coming To Nintendo Switch On 25th September

South Park fans will be pleased to know that South Park: The Stick of Truth, which made its debut on the Xbox 360 and PlayStation 3, will be arriving on the Nintendo Switch on the 25th September, which is next Tuesday. The game will retail for $29.99. It sounds as though it is set to be a digital title, as no physical release has been mentioned.

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  1. Smart move of Sony and Nintendo to make a portable PS3 with all these games from the past only now portable. Maby they can create the Nintendo PS5 so we have a good home console aswell with a quality library. That would surely destroy Xbox aswell.

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    1. How would Sony have anything to do with Switch?

      You do realize Nintendo and Sony’s relationship is brisk at best. Until the Playstation is dead, Nintendo will never work with them. Also, why would they work them? The Switch is killing the PS4 in Japan in hardware/software sales. There’ll be a PS5, but Nintendo will never realize their IPs on it.

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      1. Correction : The Switch is killing the PS4 in Japan that everyone already owns. I was also beeing sarcastic cause the Switch is getting loads of PS3 games everyone besides Nintendo fanboys already played years ago. I was also beeing sarcastic about Nintendo making a home console with sony cause than they finally have a good home console library on par with the Nes and Snes.

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      2. Also I grew up With 8-bit-WII and every handheld they ever released , i’m just sick and tired of big companies skipping Nintendo or releasing game I played ages ago. Just give the core gamers who made your company great when nobody else was playing video games a dedicated home console with full game support.

        Zelda is my nr1 franchise and it always will be but i’m not gonna spend 350 euro for 1 game.

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      3. Fair enough. Had a hard time reading the sarcasm. Also, thank you for an articulate reply.

        Although, while I understand port frustration, the fact we can now play these things on the go or wherever is huge. It could be argued the PS3/XB360 generation had the best titles over the current one. I share your frustration when developers skipped Nintendo too. The tide seems to be changing in Japan with Square Enix, Bandi Namco, Sega and many more rushing titles to the Switch. I would imagine Capcom will have a hard time ignoring it.

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  2. Fair enough. Had a hard time reading the sarcasm. Also, thank you for an articulate reply.

    Although, while I understand port frustration, the fact we can now play these things on the go or wherever is huge. It could be argued the PS3/XB360 generation had the best titles over the current one. I share your frustration when developers skipped Nintendo too. The tide seems to be changing in Japan with Square Enix, Bandi Namco, Sega and many more rushing titles to the Switch. I would imagine Capcom will have a hard time ignoring it.

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