Nintendo: “Unconventional” Software Planned for the Switch

Monday, March 27th, 2017

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In a recent interview, Shinya Takahashi of Nintendo has revealed that there is software in development at Nintendo that take advantage of the Joy-Con and that software is being prepared for the Switch one after another.

When asked if there are any “revolutionary, out of the box” titles on the way (the interviewer sites Brain Age as an example, or Brain Training in Europe), Takahashi assures that titles that fit this criteria are coming even though he cannot discuss any details. Furthermore, he stresses the importance of indie titles like Snipperclips to Nintendo.


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