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Entirely On His Shoulders

March 3, 2017 by Tim


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Greg
Greg
5 years ago

Looks like link could use the extra heavy boots.

Him.
Him.
4 years ago
Reply to  Greg

Well, they used those to make the scale so….

Caroniver
Caroniver
4 years ago

Switch runs 720-1080, depending on if it’s docked or not. Wii U was locked at 720. Does not have “less graphic power”

The paid online service doesn’t launch until a year and a half after the Switch released, so that’s null.

BotW isn’t Switch exclusive. It’s also a Wii U game.

So it should be
No Virtual Console, weak third party support, and no backwards compatibility
vs.
idk, Arms? 1 2 Switch?

Bob
Bob
4 years ago

Now look at the switch today. Flourishing with alot of 3rd party games.

leduk
leduk
3 years ago
Reply to  Bob

that’s fun because it’s even more true now

megamawax
megamawax
2 years ago

BOTW was more than worth it on its own. There are plenty of great games for the Switch now, and there even were back then. The only way I’d trade the Switch for any Xbox or PlayStation, including the upcoming ones, would be so that I could sell them to buy a new Switch and more games.

Carbo
Carbo
9 months ago

Mario and Zelda sell the system, they always do

Archer
Archer
30 days ago
Reply to  Carbo

They have to. Nintendo doesn’t have much else besides Mario, Zelda, DK, and Samus. And Pokemon. A lot of big-name developers like Capcom and Squaresoft/Square-Enix haven’t invested much (if anything) into Nintendo consoles for years.

Not that Mario and Zelda aren’t worth playing; they are (well, maybe not Pokemon except every 4th game or so 😉 ), and the Switch’s play-on-the-go option is definitely a nice feature. But other franchises are worth playing, too. Some are exclusive (e.g. Final Fantasy is Sony-only, Halo is Microsoft, etc.), but where they cross platforms, in general they just run better on other consoles.