Dragon Ball FighterZ Switch absence isn't due to tech, open to port if fan interest

#54
Remember​ that fan demand got for us Project X Zone localised outside Japan.

The same can happen for demand of a port of DBFZ​ for Switch.
 
#55
What happened then? Political reasons? I mean here's "ONE Demand" from myself. Hopefully its valid and can still be redeemed. Lol
Nothing bad happened imo.
Just Bamco aiming for the west and asking for the main platforms first, and then Arcsys not having enough people to make a Switch port at the same time.

Remember​ that fan demand got for us Project X Zone localised outside Japan.

The same can happen for demand of a port of DBFZ​ for Switch.
This. Bamco really looks at those.
 
#67
Yeah I misread, but still I'm not wrong though technically this seems more demanding than GG Xrd :p Especially the assets. In GG Xrd at high resolutions you can see PS3 limitations shown
Sure but I don't think that really matters. Most would be fine with a lower resolution and visuals and, even then, a potential Switch version should hold up better than GG Xrd on the PS3 as it's a noticeably more powerful system
 
#73
Yeah I misread, but still I'm not wrong though technically this seems more demanding than GG Xrd :p Especially the assets. In GG Xrd at high resolutions you can see PS3 limitations shown
This doesn't. Most improvements seem to come from UE4 (GGXrd is UE3). It might actually help for the case for a Switch port considering the engine.
 
#77
Let's get it done Switch owners, I want more fighting games to play on that expensive fight stick I preordered 😬

Seriously though, I was going to get this game regardless but if Switch happens I'll double dip in an instant. Never been into fighting games other than Tekken but DBZF looks above and beyond anything else right now.
 
#79
Nintendo DBZ fans, you know what to do. ;)

Yeah I misread, but still I'm not wrong though technically this seems more demanding than GG Xrd :p Especially the assets. In GG Xrd at high resolutions you can see PS3 limitations shown
Perhaps, but the Switch has numerous advantages over the PS3 in terms of running UE3/4.
 

foxuzamaki

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#82
Do Arc System Works have Switch devkits? I don't remember seeing them on the partners list. Maybe that's the issue?



It does. They're admitting themselves that tech isn't the issue and the game could theoretically run on Switch, but something else is holding it back.
They announced that there will be a blazblue on switch back in the jan direct
 
#84
If the port was perfect, it'd be the easiest version of the game to take with you to friends and gatherings. I will gladly double dip on this.
 
#89
Give me #DBFZforSwitch or go to HFIL.

Can't think of anything more catchy.

Bandai Namco! Lend me your #DBFZforSwitch

*Picture of Goku doing a Spirit Bomb channeling with a Switch in the air*
 
#90
I'm down for this. Hope there's some sort of Operation Rainfall to get this port to happen - I'm getting it no matter what, but a portable version would be killer.
 
#95
This would be such a sexy ass game to show off, too. Would look great in handheld mode, too. And say what you will about the Switch sticks, but they're surprisingly intuitive for fighters.

I'm gonna go ahead and hashtag #DBFZonSwitch since it's right to the point.

Did it. :)
 
#99
I hope they dont bother with late ports unless it is a GotY version. Underpeforming late ports could quickly kill real 3rd party support on the Switch