By Marc Deschamps – February 10, 2020 10:44 pm EST Share 0 Comments 0 Since the release of the Nintendo Switch just under three years ago, the system has seen a stunning number of video game ports. While ports of older games don’t always generate a lot of interest from consumers, the console’s portability has resulted in a lot of demand for games on the console. It seems that gamers really like the novelty of being able to play their favorite titles on the go! Publisher Atlus was surprised to discover just how true that fact is upon seeing results from a recent survey. The company wanted to know which of Atlus’ games and franchises Switch owners would like to see on the handheld hybrid, but they were unprepared for the influx of responses!According to Atlus, they received more replies for the survey than any other survey they have conducted in the past. The survey allowed participants to select from a number of games and franchises, including Catherine: Full Body, Devil Summoner, Etrian Odyssey, Persona, and Shin Megami Tensei. Switch owners should not assume this means any (or all) of those franchises will see release on Switch, but it does… Read full this story
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