41Filth_ElementSat 5th Aug 2017 JaxonH wrote: That may have been true during the Wii/Wii U era, but I don't think it holds any weight now. Unlike past consoles, Switch actually makes the other versions seem like the ones that are gimped. Even if I already own a game, I still want to buy it for Switch because in most cases, it's the first ever handheld version of that game released on the market. Disgaea 5, for example. Bought it on PS4, played it a little bit, but then it released on Switch with full parity to the PS4 version, alongside being a handheld version- and a full console quality handheld version of that. So I think a lot of that conventional reasoning has gone right out the window this generation. Even if a game is releasing later on Switch, there hasn't been a single instance of a game where I wasn't willing to wait to get the better version And it is for this reason that I believe we are going to see a lot more third-party support than we have in the last 10 years. Um I was just reacting to what you said. Reread it and yeah I stand by my reaction, try reading it yourself. "Switch actually makes the other versions seem like the ones that are gimped." Some of Mario Odyssey is seriously giving heart palpitations.... that plumber is trying to kill me!