In Capcom's more recent fiscal report, there was a blurb which should make Nintendo fans happy. The company specifically pointed out the Switch during a mention of multiplatform support. Capcom has Ultra Street Fighter II lined up for Switch, but as you can see in the slide above, it seems they have more titles lined up. Now when do we get to see them?!
Capcom - Monster Hunter Generations a solid seller, XX off to a promising start, Stories underperformed
Coming from Capcom's latest financial report...
- Monster Hunter XX is "off to a promising start"
- Monster Hunter Generations was a solid seller overseas
- Monster Hunter Stories "underperformed"
I really think Monster Hunter Stories has a chance at being a strong performer stateside. It just has to be marketed right. I know I'm really eager to get in on it!
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To celebrate the release of the Ultra Street Fighter II: The Final Challengers game for the Nintendo Switch™ console on 5/26, we're offering this May calendar featuring the "supreme master of the fist" himself, Akuma. It can be downloaded in eight different resolutions for PC, smart phone, or tablet.
・1920 x 1080,・1366 x 768,・1280 x 1024
For smart devices
・1080 x 1920・640 x 1136・1242 x 2208・750 x 1334 ・720 x 1280
The following comes from analyst firm, Macquarie Group...
Macquarie ups its Switch sales view from 11m to 14.5m in FY3/18, software attach rate to 2.8x from 1.8x; expects DQ11 Mar/Apr, MH5 Feb/Mar.— Takashi Mochizuki (@mochi_wsj) April 25, 2017
The Macquarie Group has been both spot-on and plain wrong in the past. Take their information with a grain of salt. It'll be interesting to see where their predictions fall in a few months.