According to a report by the The Wall Street Journal, Nintendo appears to be interested in increasing the number of mature titles on its newest console to remove the stigma that its hardware is just for family-friendly content. Other companies are releasing mature games on the Switch too. Doom and Wolfenstein II are already scheduled to arrive on the console, but Nintendo reportedly wants the console to have some adult-oriented games. "Yeah, I think at the end of the day you can make nearly any game. there are inevitable compromises, but you know, you can make some version of Injustice on the Atari 2600", he told GameSpot. Nintendo has also expressed a desire to reach a wide variety of play styles and audiences, with the company noting that "as with books, television and movies, different content is meant for different audiences". The game developer seems to target the younger audience with this. Outside technical difficulties, Boon says he believes the game will be an enjoyable experience on the Nintendo Switch.More news: Former Penn State LB NaVorro Bowman released by the San Francisco 49ers
Little has been heard about the Nintendo Switch version of the latest and greatest snow sports game, Steep, and chances are we won't be hearing about it for some time. However, it's all about striking a ideal balance with the content offered, and Nintendo seems to be doing the same as it rolls out Super Mario Odyssey this holiday season. Microsoft first announced that Minecraft would receive cross-play functionality across every version of the game, and now two more developers are opening up that feature for their games. In addition, developer Black Riddles stated that its cel-shaded third-person shooter Crazy Justice will be available for cross-play between Xbox One, PC and Switch. According to My Nintendo News, the social nature of the Nintendo Switch could actually be an incentive for NetherRealm to finalize the port.