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Nintendo explains why they don’t consider Switch as an underpowered console

A few days ago we knew statements about Nintendo’s opinion about developers who see Switch as a little powerful console. Now we continue to receive interesting words from Nintendo. They have offered the last internal meeting of the company and focus on this very topic.

Shinya Takahashi, a veteran Nintendo producer who has worked on numerous classic games over the years, has shared his thoughts on the performance of Nintendo Switch with investors. Despite already being in its seventh year on the market, Takahashi believes that the platform is still up to the task and “I wouldn’t say it lacks performance”. However, he admits that developers will always be interested in having more processing power. Hence, they take into account companies that want to bring their games to Nintendo Switch but cannot due to lack of power.

He says that since the days of the Nintendo Entertainment System, the company has dedicated efforts to get the most out of its consoles, finding creative ways to design fun games within the limitations of hardware. Despite the limitations of the Nintendo Switch, Takahashi believes that developers can create quality and intriguing content by adapting to these limitations.

The power of Nintendo Switch

For his part, Ko Shiota, Nintendo’s director and senior executive, supports Takahashi’s perspective. Shiota says the company has been developing software for the Switch for a long time and has employed various techniques to overcome performance barriers. He stresses that console developers continue to collaborate closely with game creators, implementing initiatives that increase the efficiency and durability of software development for the Nintendo Switch platform.

In this way, they trust that the developers will be encouraged to continue launching games on the platform. Thus, they conclude that Nintendo Switch performs well, but they acknowledge that game developer companies always want more.

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