It’s about a “steady pacing of content”.
Among the many criticisms the Nintendo Switch has received since its January 13th presentation is that of its launch line-up. Though The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild will be stellar, games like Just Dance 2017, Skylanders: Imaginators, Super Bomberman R and 1-2 Switch haven’t exactly set minds afire.
Nintendo of America president Reggie Fils-Aime addressed this while speaking to CNET and noted that, “Launch day is not the be-all and the end-all. It really is the steady pacing of content that continually reinforces for the people who bought into the platform why they made a smart choice, as well as what compels people who might be sitting on the sidelines to jump in.”
“We feel we have this great ongoing march of content to motivate you to jump into the platform.”
Which is all well and good but given the company’s track record with Wii U, it remains to be seen whether that “steady pacing of content” will happen. Nintendo Switch is out on March 3rd so stay tuned for more details.