A.K Rahming

We’re officially four years into the Nintendo Switch lifecycle — the halfway point, as Nintendo itself has put it. Unlike most other pieces of technology, consoles tend to thrive from being supported for several years. As it relates to game development, studios become more familiar with the hardware over the course of a generation and can thus produce increasingly ambitious projects. This has largely been the case throughout the history of gaming thus far. Yet, Nintendo Switch has proven to be a bit of an oddball in this regard. Despite being four years into the Switch’s lifecycle, there hasn’t been […]

The post Why most Switch ports aren’t getting better appeared first on Nintendo Enthusiast.

Hit the front page for the rest...