It looks like Capcom is slowly but surely climbing aboard the Nintendo Switch hype train. In an interview published earlier today, Capcom Haruhiro Tsujimoto confirmed it has more Switch games on the way-including Ace Attorney games.
In interview with Jiji, Capcom COO said company's developing Switch titles aimed at release after April next year. The pipeline includes "Ace Attorney" franchise. https://t.co/d1ZVNusN28— Takashi Mochizuki (@mochi_wsj) November 10, 2017
Capcom hasn't revealed its specific strategy for the Nintendo Switch beyond "Ace Attorney games are involved." The titles are slated to release after April of next year.
There are simple, low-cost ways Capcom could start supporting the Switch in earnest, e.g. ports of the Mega Man Legacy Collection games, a port of the Disney Afternoon collection, and a new HD collection of all the Ace Attorney games released to date. The company is pretty desperate for an affordable pick-me-up; hopefully its Switch plans will help pull it out of the red.
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