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Posted by droidekaspam on 27 May 2017 - 07:25 PM
It's just the early adopters and better marketing this time vs Wii U. Once the dust settles, ppl will wake up and find that it, as a hybrid system doesn't do well on either the portable or home console sides. The biggest problem will again be 3rd party support further down the line. The Switch is not on the level of PS4/X1/PC so ports to it would significantly impact visuals and performance, so they would rather skip the Switch on these titles. Most 3rd paty publishers will not invest money to make big games specifically for the Switch. Why would they blow all that money for the 5 million Switch users where the same dollars spent would buy them potentially 80 million users on PS4 for example. Right now, all you see from 3rd paties are dinky games, games from decades ago, and ports of games that can be produced on last gen hardware. This trend will only continue til its death.
Agree. Zelda is selling Switches cause of the low WiiU install base. This will not be a home console killer, or compete well with PS/Xbox. My take, the Switch will be a 3DS replacement, and maybe they'll eventually sell it without the dock for a lower price. The original 3DS came out in 2011, and the portable console market for AAA titles (3DS/Vita), is hungry for a new system.
Posted by droidekaspam on 02 February 2017 - 03:06 AM
I have 3 of these pre ordered. I need to cancel two. Is there any reason to keep a spare? I'd have to sit on it for value to jump right?
Personally, I'd wait until you have the console in-hand. I'd be afraid one of my pre-orders would get cancelled. I've been screwed by Gamestop.com in the past on pre-orders, and will only reserve in-store now.
Posted by droidekaspam on 15 November 2015 - 08:25 AM
hmmmm, you may be right. The words certainly makes it seem like it's after. However I'm thinking the Target trade in software isn't set up to do trade ins and ring up a sale all at once. We shall see this afternoon I suppose.
I traded in an old camera before where you got $100 off any new camera. When you trade it in, they print out an in-store one time coupon which has an expiration date.
Once you trade it in, all you have is a coupon. If you don't redeem it, you would be out whatever you traded. If your trade-in has positive cash value, you have the option to take which ever.
Posted by droidekaspam on 29 June 2015 - 01:15 AM
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