So now we have the Nintendo Switch out and already has a large amount of games you can play. I can say that the controls are very different than what I am used to. It is sort of like you are playing the Wii, but just the control differences.
So, can MMORPG be for Nintendo Switch? Is it all that cracked up to be? Is everything going to be ok? The answer is YES. Nintendo Switch is already working on getting a lot more online games into the system by programming Nintendo Switch Online.
Japan has already released a couple games in this category. Now there are some that were made outside of Japan. Ready to check them out. Let’s see what we have here.
I have watched my friend play this on the Playstation 4 and got almost addicted, which is great and all. But how is it on the Switch? It is still free to play and based on PvE as you are a robot ninja thing (that’s what they are right?). Anyways, playing Warframe on its own makes you look like a top notch gamer, right? It’s has a little similarites with Halo when it comes to jumping through the air and shooting with missions and all. The fun never stops. There is a lot to discover once you are getting into the game.
It may seem like the Switch is too complicated to keep up with the game. When Panic Button brung Warframe to the new system, everyone went nuts. The game runs smoothly with the Switch like it always does with any other system. I would say to give this one a go on the new system. The game itself is already fun, so take it for a spin and get into action with the Nintendo Switch.
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Final Fantasy XIV
One of Final Fantasy’s wonderful games has made it to the Nintendo Switch! The latest content has been updated for the game for the console. Naoki Yoshida, the producer, states that he would like to have the game played on all systems available including the PC. Having FF XIV would be literally a massive big step with an amazing experience on the Switch. Square Enix already has a couple of MMO games from Japan, but FF will win the big numbers.
I think it would be great if FF XIV was portable to play for all players. The more players, the better. There is the pocket edition for FF XV, but is it on the Switch? Not yet. Last year, I seen a lot of players talking about how Sony did not want to cooperate
and make the dream come true. Like what the players always say “Games are suppose to bring us together, not close us apart”. Sony had their reasons I guess. Do you think they will come to their senses and agree with the fabulous idea?
For this game, I have seen a lot of good reviews and a lot of bad reviews. The good news is that this is what some players were looking for, others say that is is garbage and a waste of time and that the Switch cannot handle such a game. I disagree on this because I believe that the players cannot handle the game on a different console, not the other way around.Another bad review was about that is sometimes available in Japanese language only. All you have to do is change the settings in the Switch and change it to English.
EK may be a bit pricey for MMO, but think about all of the possibilities that the game will have to offer. Although, it is free on the mobile device, it may or may not be better to play on your bigger tv screen. If you guys watch the gameplays, I am sure you will come around and try the game out for yourself. I know I will.
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Phantasy Star Online 2
This is my first time hearing about this game. It has been a really long time since they have made Phantasy Star Online Zero back in 2008. Sakai, the creator, wants to expand the game to as many platforms possible. I think this is a good idea because the more you put your games on all of the platforms so all players can enjoy it.
The game takes a while to download and requires 60 GB to be available, so have the space ready. A lot of new users are ready to play in portable mode or tv mode. Sakai says that it was a great opportunity to have his game joined inside of the Nintendo Switch. The only thing is that moving the player around may not respond when wanting to move the player. This is what the creator is working on to make sure the game run as smooth as possible. Overall, the game is a really good game for new users that want to start MMORPG gaming.
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It just so happens that I have this game on my iPad. The sad thing is, I never got to play it. Everytime I tried to get it started, it either crashed or stopped loading. So i never got the true experience. Avabel first released in 2013 on smartphones. Now they are wanting to take things a step further and bring it to the Switch.
Do you think this could work? I feel like Avabel is too big of a game that has a lot of content and animation going on. And I believe that the Switch would not be able to handle all of the things and events that are in the game. It may lag. The release date has not yet been published.
I hope that some of these games can come to a conclusion and join the Nintendo Switch experience. I would love for all the players to play on any device available. The only reasons why some of these games may not make it is because they think that the system will not be able to handle all the pressure and keep these games running without lag and dissapointment.
Having these situations in thought can make the players not want to play anything at all. Or maybe its because some players that I know are very impatient. I for one am not one of those people. There will be more games added and upcoming release dates. Are you thinking about getting the Switch? Let me know in the comments below.
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