During Capcom’s recent fiscal briefing, the company officially commented on how they will tackle Nintendo Switch going forward.
I know, I know, Monster Hunter World is not coming to the Nintendo Switch, or any Nintendo Console for that matter. The franchise which had been sort of a Nintendo mainstay for the past few years has now moved on to more powerful consoles, the PS4 and Xbox One. I don’t blame them, really, I just feel a little disappointed.
Good news, Ace Attorney fans – Phoenix Wright is finally coming to Nintendo Switch and it won’t be a long wait.
Resident Evil Revelations 1 & 2 will be released for the Nintendo Switch near the end of this month on 28 November 2017 and from the Nintendo Switch eShop, we got to know how much storage space you’ll need to prepare should you choose to get it digital.
In Capcom’s latest financial call, Capcom has specifically mentioned Monster Hunter XX, which was released back in August 2017 as “performed strongly”.
Capcom has recently spoken about the Nintendo Switch again today.
Both Resident Evil Revelations 1 & 2 are getting a port for the Nintendo Switch later this month and here are more details about the upcoming port
Apollo Justice: Ace Attorney is getting a remaster for the Nintendo 3DS later this month, bringing all mainline Ace Attorney games on to the platform. Being a 3DS remaster, the game will be support 3D graphic on top of being graphically improved. However, those are not the only new features to be included.