Tuesday, October 20, 2020
Home Gaming Talking Point: So, Where Does Switch Fit Into Sony And Microsoft's Next...

Talking Point: So, Where Does Switch Fit Into Sony And Microsoft’s Next Gen Landscape?

The generation game.

Following some lower key jargon-heavy info dumps earlier in the year, both of 2020’s next-gen consoles and several of their key titles have been unveiled now, and we’ve got a much clearer picture of what the gaming landscape will look like at the end of the year, at least in hardware terms. Despite worries that Switch would look like it was standing still next to PS5 and Xbox Series X, the gameplay we’ve seen so far from the upcoming console generation has left us feeling optimistic about Switch’s continued relevance alongside those behemoths.

We’ve now had a few weeks to get used to PS5’s unusual looks, too. From an aesthetic point of view, Sony’s next-gen console is monstrously large and wouldn’t look out of place as part of the Dubai skyline in its vertical form. Microsoft revealed the Series X shell a while ago and it looks like.. well, it looks like a box. Fitting, really.

Read the full article on nintendolife.com

The generation game.

Following some lower key jargon-heavy info dumps earlier in the year, both of 2020’s next-gen consoles and several of their key titles have been unveiled now, and we’ve got a much clearer picture of what the gaming landscape will look like at the end of the year, at least in hardware terms. Despite worries that Switch would look like it was standing still next to PS5 and Xbox Series X, the gameplay we’ve seen so far from the upcoming console generation has left us feeling optimistic about Switch’s continued relevance alongside those behemoths.

We’ve now had a few weeks to get used to PS5’s unusual looks, too. From an aesthetic point of view, Sony’s next-gen console is monstrously large and wouldn’t look out of place as part of the Dubai skyline in its vertical form. Microsoft revealed the Series X shell a while ago and it looks like.. well, it looks like a box. Fitting, really.

Read the full article on nintendolife.com

LEAVE A REPLY

Please enter your comment!
Please enter your name here

Most Popular

Monster-Catching Metroidvania Monster Sanctuary Scores December Release Date On Switch

Pokémon and Metroidvania in one.Team17 and Moi Rai Games have announced that Monster Sanctuary, a monster-taming Metroidvania-style RPG, will be launching on Switch on...

Horace review – a glimpse into a singular mind

Schubert's Unfinished is a lovely bit of music. So strange, so contradictory. It's multi-faceted, all theatrical baddie, and then fun-on-a-swing for a bit as...

Review: Shantae: Risky’s Revenge – Director’s Cut – Showing Its Age, But Still A Fun Ride

Risky click of the day.Though Shantae has become a mainstay in recent years, it wasn’t too long ago that this franchise was scarcely more...

Party-Based RPG Battle Hunters Pushed Back To November On Switch

Update: Developer announces slight delay.Update: Developer Phase Two Games has announced that its squad-based fantasy adventure RPG Battle Hunters will now be launching on...

Recent Comments