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The State Of The Switch eShop Is “Heartbreaking” Says No More Robots Boss

“It makes me really sad for the eShop”.

Since the Switch launched in 2017, it has become a go-to destination for indie developers. It’s easy to develop for (and port to), has a massive userbase and is ideally suited to independent games due to its portability and accessibility.

However, we’ve heard reports over the years that the intense competition on the eShop has meant that many indie titles get ignored or fail to generate the desired revenue, and a new interview on UK trade site MCV certainly backs up this perspective.

Read the full article on nintendolife.com

“It makes me really sad for the eShop”.

Since the Switch launched in 2017, it has become a go-to destination for indie developers. It’s easy to develop for (and port to), has a massive userbase and is ideally suited to independent games due to its portability and accessibility.

However, we’ve heard reports over the years that the intense competition on the eShop has meant that many indie titles get ignored or fail to generate the desired revenue, and a new interview on UK trade site MCV certainly backs up this perspective.

Read the full article on nintendolife.com

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