'Nintendo Switch' Is Not As Powerful As We Expect?; Capcom Is Still Undecided Whether To Transport Their Titles Or Not

By Joe Hampton , Updated Nov 08, 2016 07:33 PM EST
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Nintendo is now partnering will some of the highly notable third party game developer, but it seems that Capcom is still in doubt to transport some of their greatest titles. If Capcom decides to transport their games to the "Nintendo Switch," it will surely compete with the PlayStation 4 and the Xbox One.

The Geek reported that Nintendo has been in trouble since Sony and Microsoft started to enter the video game industry. Nintendo was even criticized that their console in the past decade is not capable enough to get even close to its competitors, leaving them behind by a large margin in sales and demands.

It's been almost a month since the "Nintendo Switch" trailer was released. In the trailer, the "Nintendo Switch" showcased some of the best games around which seemed to run well in the new hybrid console. But then, Capcom hasn't committed yet if they will transport their games to the "Nintendo Switch" which are all available on the PlayStation 4, Xbox One and Windows PC.

A report from Japan Today showed that Capcom is still holding off as they are doing some research for the possibilities of game transportation to the "Nintendo Switch." Capcom seemed to be looking some assurance that their effort would be worth a prize once they begin transporting their games.

Capcom cited that they understand the fact the "Nintendo Switch" is far different from the PlayStation 4 and Xbox One. Aside from its features, the "Nintendo Switch" performance is more likely to far more different, in a sense that it may looks be behind the PS4 and XB One.

So far, the "Nintendo Switch" is confirmed to be equipped with the new NVIDIA Tegra GPU. As the NVidia company claims, the Tegra is a powerful GPU that is capable of rendering high volumes of textures and HD resolutions.

We will need to wait until January next year for us to see all the features, capabilities and how powerful is the upcoming "Nintendo Switch" is. The "Nintendo Switch" will appear and unveil its true power in the upcoming Nintendo Direct early 2017.

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