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Ok so now that Monster Hunter has been established as a multipaltform franchise even by Nintendo fans, what's next that should go multiplatform.

Shin Megami Tensei is already multiplatform but I hope Capcom considers Ace Attorney for other platforms as well. Exclusives don't make sense anymore. The more platforms, the better.
Isn't it already?

→ https://itunes.apple.com/us/app/phoenix-wright-ace-attorney-dual-destinies/id882362024?mt=8
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https://itunes.apple.com/us/app/ace-attorney-phoenix-wright-trilogy-hd/id365681816?mt=8
 

Laplasakos

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Ok so now that Monster Hunter has been established as a multipaltform franchise even by Nintendo fans, what's next that should go multiplatform.

Shin Megami Tensei is already multiplatform but I hope Capcom considers Ace Attorney for other platforms as well. Exclusives don't make sense anymore. The more platforms, the better.
I wouldn't be so sure about SMT HD. I mean if it is multiplatform, why they haven't said anything yet?
 

DarkLordMalik

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I think SMT and Persona make sense to go multiplatform, at least Nintendo/Playstation multiplat with probably PC as well, since both games have similarities and a comparable origin, so releasing on both PS4 and Switch/3DS and maybe PC would probably expand both significantly.
I do foresee Persona 5: Crimson for Switch/PS4. They already revealed they cut some content from the game including a female main character so it is possible for sure.

Well it is on Smartphones and also not all games are released there, are they? I am talking about porting the whole franchise to modern platform that is accessible to hardcore fans like me. Switch/PC/PS4 should be considered atleast. It is not like PC/PS4 lack visual novels or don't sell that well.

I wouldn't be so sure about SMT HD. I mean if it is multiplatform, why they haven't said anything yet?
Because maybe they have nothing to show for it yet :p
 

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There are handheld only games but no docked mode only games so the argument is moot. I almost never used switch docked so far
"But Voez doesn't count because reasons."

Is the kind of response I'd expect to hear though from that argument happening.
 

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Why is VOEZ handheld mode only anyway? Touch controls that are impossible to replicate with physical buttons?
Yes, it's a rhythm game with multiple inputs and gestures that would be difficult to play the game with using sticks and buttons.
 

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Pokémon was officially announced for it.
Anyone saying that this is not the 3DS successor has no idea what they're talking about.
 

ggx2ac

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Pokémon was officially announced for it.
Anyone saying that this is not the 3DS successor has no idea what they're talking about.
I am so glad Ishihara announced that, otherwise 3DS successor speculation would have been going on for over a year until the game would be shown.
 

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There's one, right? Only VOEZ as far as I know.
There's also Plantera DX Edition, iirc. But yeah, not many of them, which is understandable. Devs/pubs don't want to alienate anyone, and I'm sure Nintendo recommends against not support all 3 modes.
 

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Pokémon was officially announced for it.
Anyone saying that this is not the 3DS successor has no idea what they're talking about.
Absolutely. Hope that also means the handheld developers will start seriously developing for Switch. Would be nice.
 

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Ok so now that Monster Hunter has been established as a multipaltform franchise even by Nintendo fans, what's next that should go multiplatform.

Shin Megami Tensei is already multiplatform but I hope Capcom considers Ace Attorney for other platforms as well. Exclusives don't make sense anymore. The more platforms, the better.
Persona
Tales
Yakuza

There's one, right? Only VOEZ as far as I know.
Two, Plantera is handheld only.

Generations is actually at 4.2 million, making it the best selling 3DS entry.
Oh yeah I forgot about that. Neat.
 

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Given how a few pages earlier it was posted a PS4 vs Switch comparison with titles divided per publisher, I decided to use it as a different way to represent one of the main criterias I used for inter-generational support comparisons, i.e.

"Releases by Japanese publishers / developers from the launch to the console's first Holiday (in case of an Holiday release, the subsequent one)"

The original post - http://neogaf.com/forum/showpost.php?p=232713155&postcount=682
The most recent update - http://neogaf.com/forum/showpost.php?p=239275878&postcount=769

Nintendo 3DS

Square-Enix

Bust-a-Move Universe
Slime MoriMori Dragon Quest 3: Daikaizoku to Shippo Dan

Level 5

Professor Layton and the Mask of Miracle
Inazuma Eleven GO: Light/Shadow

Konami

Pro Evolution Soccer 2011 3D
Pro Yakyuu Spirits 2011
Doctor Lautrec and the Forgotten Knights
Pro Evolution Soccer 2012 3D

Bandai Namco

Ridge Racer 3D
Gundam The 3D Battle
Pro Yakyuu Famista 2011
One Piece: Unlimited Cruise SP
DualPenSports
Pac-Man & Galaga Dimensions
Tales of the Abyss
Tetris: Axis
Brave Company
Crayon Shin-Chan: Uchuu de Achoo!? Yuujou no Oba-Karate!!
SD Gundam G Generation 3D

Koei Tecmo

Samurai Warriors: Chronicles
Dead or Alive Dimensions
FabStyle

Capcom

Super Street Fighter IV: 3D Edition
Resident Evil: The Mercenaries 3D
Nazo Waku Yakata: Oto no Ma ni Ma ni
Monster Hunter 3G

Sunsoft

Mahjong Cub3d

SEGA

Super Monkey Ball 3D
Sonic Generations
Puyo Puyo 20th Anniversary

Arc System Works

Blazblue Continuum Shift II
Nekketsu Kōha Kunio-Kun Special

Takara Tomy

Naruto Shippuden 3D: The New Era

Dorat

Virus Shooter

AQ Interactive

Cubic Ninja

IE Institute

Kuukan Sagashimono Kei: Nouryoku Kaihatsu 3D Nou Training
ESSE Rakuraku Kakeibo

Hudson

Deca Sports Extreme
Sudoku to 3-Tsu no Puzzle: Nikoli no Puzzle VarietyJ

Marvelous

Animal Resort: Doubutsuen wo Tsukurou!
Fish Eyes 3D
Senran Kagura

Starfish

Super Black Bass 3D Soul
Super Black Bass: 3D Fight
Dog School: Lovely Puppy

ASCII Media Works

Real 3D Bass Fishing Fish On

Acquire

Class of Heroes 3Dx3D

NIS

Bikkuriman Kanjuku Haoh: Sanmi Douran Sensouki

Natsume

Ushimitsu Monstruo: Linze to Mahou no Rhythm

Global A Entertainment

Bikkuri! Tobidasu! Mahou no Pen

Milestone

Me de Unou wo Kitaeru: 3D Sokudoku Jutsu

Atlus

Devil Survivor: Overclocked

Columbia Company

Mameshiba

Hamster

Azito 3D

FuRyu

Jewel Pet: Mahou no Rhythm de Ieie!

Idea Factory

Hakuoki: Memories of the Shinsengumi

Irem Software Engineering

PachiPara 3D: Premium Umi Monogataru - Yumemiru Otome to Pachinko Ou Ketteisen

505

Cooking Mama 4: Kitchen Magic

Nippon

Ochaken to Itsumo na Kayoshi

SystemSoft Alpha

Moe Moe Daisensou Gendaiban 3D

MTO

Cute Puppy 3D
Total - 63 third party games released

PlayStation Vita

Square Enix

Army Corps of Hell
Lord of Apocalypse

Arc System Works

BlazBlue: Continuum Shift Extend

NIS

Disgaea 3 Return
Tokushu Houdoubu

D3 Publisher

Dream Club Zero Portable
Earth Defense Force 3 Portable

Koei Tecmo

Dynasty Warriors Next
Ninja Gaiden Sigma Plus
Nobunaga's Ambition: Way of Heaven with Power-Up Kit

Bandai Namco

Ridge Racer
Touch My Katamari
Tales of Innocence R
Mobile Suit Gundam Seed: Battle Destiny
AKB1/149: Love Election

Spike Chunsoft

Shinobido 2: Tales of the Ninja
Shin Kamaitachi no Yoru: 11 Ninme no Suspect
Virtue's Last Reward

Capcom

Ultimate Marvel vs. Capcom 3
Street Fighter X Tekken

GungHo

Ragnarok: Odyssey
Dokuro

Acquire

Sumioni: Demon Arts
orgarhythm

Dorat

Slotter Mania V: Black Lagoon

Prototype

Little Busters! Converted Edition

Media-5

TOEIC Test: Jissen Tokkun
NextRev: Eibunpou Tettei Tokkun
NextRev: Kihon Jouhou Gijutsusha Shiken
NextRev: Ouyou Jouhou Gijutsusha Shiken
NextRev: IT Passport Shiken
NextRev: FP Ginoukentei Shiken 2-Kyuu
NextRev: FP Ginoukentei Shiken 3-Kyuu
NextRev: Takken Shiken
NextRev: Jouhou Security Specialist Shiken - Network Specialist Shiken
NextRev: Shakai Fukushishi Shiken
NextRev: Kaigo Fukushishi Shiken
Suugaku Rikiou: Shokyuu Naka-1-Level
Suugaku Rikiou: Shokyuu Naka-2-Level
Suugaku Rikiou: Shokyuu Naka-3-Level

Konami

Pro Baseball Spirits 2012
New Little King's Story
Metal Gear Solid HD Edition
Jikkyou Powerful Pro Yakyuu 2012
Jikkyou Powerful Pro Yakyuu 2012: Definitive Edition

Kadokawa Games

Let's Fish! Hooked On
Fate/Stay Night -Realta Nua-

Sonic Powered

at Field

Nikoli no Sudoku V: Shugyoku no 12 Puzzle

Nikoli no Sudoku V: Shugyoku no 12 Puzzle

Gust

Ciel Nosurge: Ushinawareta Hoshi e Sasagu Uta
Atelier Totori Plus: The Alchemist of Arland 2

SEGA

Samurai & Dragons
Super Monkey Ball: Banana Splitz
Hatsune Miku: Project Diva f
Samurai & Dragons: Deluxe Package

Dorasu

Hello Kitty to Issho: Block Crash V

Atlus

Persona 4: The Golden

Level 5

Time Travelers
Little Battlers eXperience W

SystemSoftAlpha

Moe Moe: Modern Warfare++

Silver Star

Ginsei Shogi: Kyōtendo Toufū Raijin

[B[Falcom[/B]

Ys: Foliage Ocean in Celceta
The Legend of Heroes: Zero no Kiseki Evolution

CyberFront
Total - 65

Wii U

Capcom

Monster Hunter 3 Ultimate
Resident Evil: Revelations - Unveiled Edition
Monster Hunter Frontier G

Koei Tecmo

Ninja Gaiden 3: Razor's Edge
Warriors Orochi 3 Hyper
Romance of the Three Kingdoms 12
Ken's Rage: Fist of the North Star 2
Romance of the Three Kingdoms 12 with Power-Up Kit

Bandai Namco

Tekken Tag Tournament 2: Wii U Edition
Tank! Tank! Tank!
Taiko no Tatsujin: Wii U Version

D3 Publisher

Simple Series for Wii U Vol.1: The Family Party

Square Enix

Dragon Quest X
Dragon Quest X: Nemureru Yūsha to Michibiki no Meiyū Online

SEGA

Yakuza 1 & 2: HD Edition for Wii U
Sonic: Lost World
Total - 16

PlayStation 4

Koei Tecmo

Dynasty Warriors 8 with Xtreme Legends
Nobunaga's Ambition: Sphere of Influence
Nobunaga's Ambition Online: Tenka Mugen no Shou
Warriors Orochi 3: Ultimate
Samurai Warriors 4
Dynasty Warriors 8: Empire
Dynasty Warriors 8: Empires
Nobunaga's Ambition: Sphere of Influence with Power-Up Kit

Konami

Metal Gear Solid V: Ground Zeroes
Pro Evolution Soccer 2015

Kadokawa Games

Natural Doctrine

Square Enix

Final Fantasy XIV: A Realm Reborn

Acquire

Akiba's Trip: Undead & Undressed

Compile Heart

Omega Quintet

D3 Publisher

Onechanbara Z2: Chaos
Simple Series G4U Vol.1: The Mahjong

Arc System Works

Yakuza: Ishin!
Guilty Gear Xrd - Sign

SEGA

Puyo Puyo Tetris

Xing Entertainment

Karaoke JoySound: TV Plus
Total - 20

Nintendo Switch

Konami

Super Bomberman R

Square Enix

Dragon Quest Heroes I-II for Nintendo Switch
I am Setsuna
Minna de Waiwai! Spelunker
Seiken Densetsu Collection
Dragon Quest X
Lost Sphear

SEGA

Puyo Puyo Tetris S
Sonic Forces

NIS

Disgaea 5 Complete

Koei Tecmo*

Nobunaga's Ambition: Creation with Power Up Kit
Romance of the Three Kingdoms XIII with Power Up Kit
Nobunaga's Ambition: Taishi
Nights of Azure 2
Champion Jockey Special

Capcom

Ultra Street Fighter II: The Final Challengers
Monster Hunter XX: Nintendo Switch Ver.

Marvelous

Fate/Extella

Bandai Namco

One Piece: Unlimited World Red Deluxe Edition
Dragon Ball Xenoverse 2 for Nintendo Switch

Inti Creates

Azure Striker Gunvolt: Striker Pack
Total* - 21 as of June 14th, 2017

* = Fire Emblem Warriors not included due to its peculiar status

Honestly, I think this kind of comparisons can highlight also how much the industry changed in the past few years, between several companies not existing anymore and the rise of digital-only titles (as a reminder, 3DS did not have the eShop at launch, and it released back in March 2011).
 

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Yeah no. They tried and it bombed. And it was the most ideal game for starters. HD collection with the first two games and before WiiU fate was sealed.
They tried with late ass ports of a HD collection of PS2 games and that was the Wii U. I wasn't necessarily talking Switch either. Those games should release on PC at the very least.
 

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"Releases by Japanese publishers / developers from the launch to the console's first Holiday (in case of an Holiday release, the subsequent one)"
Not a massive deal, but Legend of Heroes Evo are Kadokawa games I believe, not Falcom.
 
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Given how a few pages earlier it was posted a PS4 vs Switch comparison with titles divided per publisher, I decided to use it as a different way to represent one of the main criterias I used for inter-generational support comparisons, i.e.

"Releases by Japanese publishers / developers from the launch to the console's first Holiday (in case of an Holiday release, the subsequent one)"

The original post - http://neogaf.com/forum/showpost.php?p=232713155&postcount=682
The most recent update - http://neogaf.com/forum/showpost.php?p=239275878&postcount=769

Nintendo 3DS



Total - 63 third party games released

PlayStation Vita



Total - 65

Wii U



Total - 16

PlayStation 4



Total - 20

Nintendo Switch



Total* - 21 as of June 14th, 2017

* = Fire Emblem Warriors not included due to its peculiar status

Honestly, I think this kind of comparisons can highlight also how much the industry changed in the past few years, between several companies not existing anymore and the rise of digital-only titles (as a reminder, 3DS did not have the eShop at launch, and it released back in March 2011).
Japan game industry is dying. So sad.
 

Oregano

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I was thinking about this before but watching the Treehouse stream at the minute solidified it. Salmon Run is going to give Splatoon 2 extra life in Japan. I missed who it is(Producer/Director) but he was just talking about how it came about because they wanted to make it easy to play on the go with friends, you don't need 8 people to get a match going.

I'll wait Salmon Runter World on PS4 :p