The Nintendo Switch Might Have A Problem With Casual Gamers

The Nintendo Switch might give casual gamers a problem but according To Reggie Fils-Aime, the system will do better than the Nintendo Wii U.

The Nintendo Switch Might Have A Problem With Casual Gamers

As the release of the Nintendo Switch is getting closer, a lot of different discussion about who might buy the new game console, how many of them there are in stock and why they'll be buying it. According to Forbes, Nintendo has a different calculus going on that feels wholly separate from the relatively straightforward progression we've seen with the existing Xbox One as well as the PlayStation 4.

Based on the report, the main appeal of the new Nintendo Switch to all the casual gamers is the promise of local multiplayer, which is argued to be the best selling point the unit. That one's real, but then we run into another problem which is regarding the price of the system. Getting any kind of 4 player action going will cost you the price of $440, which isn't exactly chump change. This means that the core gamers will nevertheless likely show up for the Mario Kart 8 Deluxe when it releases in April of this year.

The Nintendo Switch Will Do Better Than The Wii U

Nintendo Switch is a home console you can play anywhere, with anyone. Clear. Compelling. We see the reaction by consumers whether it's measured in Twitter trending topics or views of videos on YouTube or just the frequency with which I get called by old high school buddies that I haven't heard from in 30 years who are asking me how to get their hands on Nintendo Switch. We have communicated the proposition clearly and it is compelling.

According to CinemaBlend, Reggie Fils-Aime explained clearly and completely why he felt the Nintendo Switch would encounter a different future on the marketplace compared to the Wii U. He also admits that 2 major faults in the previous console will not be encountered by the Switch anymore.

 

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