It's not that games have changed hugely since the last Nintendo game console was launched, the big challenge is how we consume games.
"Nintendo Switch is a home console you can play anywhere, with anyone", Fils-Aime said during an interview with GameSpot.
The success of big titles like Federation Internationale de Football Association on the Nintendo Switch will dictate how invested other sports title developers will be towards making games on the Switch.
The Switch launch will lean heavily on the appeal of the latest Zelda release; Image source: Nintendo.
The decision to launch the Switch without these services does seem like an odd one. He believes that third-party support won't work in the new console since it is so "underpowered."That means fans of the game will not be able to play it on the new Switch, ever".
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If you thought EA sounded less than thrilled about the Switch during the Nintendo presentation, turns out you were right. The new Nintendo Switch will be arriving on the 3rd of March 2017.
Many studios may be taking a wait-and-see response after the flailing Wii U, which makes a lot of sense - but Nintendo's struggles with third-party support are incredibly well documented.
The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild is the most high profile launch title on Switch, but had previously been given a £60 price tag on Amazon.
Nintendo will be updating Miis for the new generation, but they won't remain a key part of using the console. This way you should have a better understanding of what you'll be getting for your cash, come March, if you chose to purchase one. Others take that point about the console's form factor and, not unreasonably, say that it's really a spruced up and powerful portable that happens to have a dock to output to TV. One thing is for certain, the Switch is going to sell quite well out of the gate.
But don't fret, EA is once again excited for the Switch, as explained by EA executive Patrick Söderlund at the Switch event: "I only spoke about Federation Internationale de Football Association today, but our company's structure lets us release all sorts of games for every platform, so we'll go wherever the gamers go". The developers always deny providing too many games with the new gaming console.