Published: Tue, March 14, 2017
Economy | By Melissa Porter

Why do some multi-platform games cost more on Nintendo Switch?

Fils-Aimé also said that they are going to see what the next steps are, Engadget reported.

The Nintendo Switch attempted to revitalize the company from its seeming stagnation compared to the meteoric rise of Sony's PlayStation 4 and Microsoft's Xbox One. Naturally, this raised some questions such as "Why?" and "Can we expect more of this in the future?"

The Switch was released with a very closed operating system, which means that developers can't create apps, install them, or run them without having permission from Nintendo.

Yet another update says something similar: "There are no widespread technical problems, and all issues are being handled promptly, including the reports regarding the left Joy-Con Bluetooth connection", the statement says.

Our second bit of praise for the Nintendo Switch comes from its surprising power and performance. The Nintendo Switch version of I am Setsuna showcases how well the system works with RPGs, as well as allows us to better savor the adventure in the way it was meant to be played. "But a shallow roster of launch games beyond Zelda along with no concrete plan for legacy retro games leaves the Switch feeling more like a blank slate of unfulfilled potential on day 1". It is likely that more and more issues will pop up and Nintendo will fix these down the road. Unless you're Karen and you plan to take your Switch with you to parties, the uncomfortableness of a single Joy-Con isn't a dealbreaker. First of all, the hack will only enable anyone to access features of the Nintendo Switch not normally available to a common user. The deals are showing up on Nintendo's online store as well as on the game maker's official eBay store, noted the blog.

"The Switch's chameleon-esque ability to change between being a home console, a handheld, and a mobile party-game machine helps it rise above its individual shortcomings, but only to an extent".

But those few shortcomings aren't enough to deter purchasers from wanting a Nintendo Switch. Next month, we'll be getting the Temporal Battle Arena free DLC for the Nintendo Switch version of the game.

Said HMV's head of technology and games Phil Browes, "We satisfied all pre-orders and blasted through the remainder of our initial allocation".

It's $300. Another $70 if you want the Pro Controller (you probably do) and $60 for "Zelda" or most other games. Meanwhile, the latter is still under investigation, with the team in a "fact-finding mode".

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