@matheus03870169 Mario looked new/fresh. Zelda should be great. Hybrid console, will be fun to see what new game ideas come from that.— Phil Spencer (@XboxP3) January 13, 2017
Good to see Microsoft chiming in with some nice words about the Switch and Nintendo. It's obvious the two companies have some respect for each other. If they didn't, I doubt Minecraft would be coming to Switch!
Coming from a Famitsu interview with Nippon Ichi Software CEO, Sohei Shinkawa
As you've said, we are a software company that has grown together with Playstation, and are well aware that a lot of our fans are on Playstation platforms. So it is not as if we will stop developing games for Playstation. Overseas, Playstation 4 sales are incredibly strong and we will continue making games for the Playstation 4 platform.
However, in Japan we can't just ignore the move to portable gaming consoles. Our games are well suited for portable gaming, so when you think about it, it is important for PS4 and Nintendo Switch to balance each other out and do well. With that in mind, from here on multiplatform develpment for PS4 and Nintendo Switch is very much a possibility.
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