More Nintendo Switch Games On the Way, According to GameStop CEO

James Marshall
April 10, 2018

So last year was a tremendous year for the software, as well as hardware between Zelda and Mario Odyssey and all the games that they had really drove a lot of hardware sales, as well as software. Mechanics aside, it seems like a given that the Switch will be able to provide more expansive locales and a greater amount of Yo-Kai. During GameStop's Fourth Quarter 2017 Earnings Call, he also claims that these unannounced games will allow the Nintendo Switch to have a "very, very strong" year in 2018. So I think, at least, for 2018, we'll continue to see the strong software slate drive additional installed base on the hardware and increase attach rate. We have visibility to the software.

Sukiyaki was the most recent game in the mainline series, and was released exclusively for Nintendo 3DS in December 2016.

What I'm most surprised to see is just how well the game holds up to the PS4 release, I mean, the fire effects from guns and the laser cannon, the explosions, the reflections - it's shaping up to be quite a benchmark game for the Switch. We don't know what majority are yet, but we do know there will be a new instalment of the comedic quiz game You Don't Know Jack, where up to eight players will be able to play simultaneously. Pokemon is a big game and fans have been waiting for the game on the Nintendo Switch for a long time. GTA V is able to run on the PS 3 and Xbox 360 so it will be able to easily run on the Switch.

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