The Co-op Podcast #189: Game Developers Pull the Switch on Nintendo

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Welcome to episode 189 of The Co-op Podcast. This week we speak on everything we know about the Nintendo Switch so far, ahead of the reveal event scheduled for Thursday / Friday (depending where you are). Some developers have already said they will not be bringing some of their biggest games to the console so we express our concerns about the third-party support for the system. Be sure to let us know your thoughts on the system. Look out for the Nintendo event later this week on Jan. 12 at 11 p.m. EST / Jan 13 at 4 a.m GMT.

Also discussed on this podcast:
Mass Effect: Andromeda to release March 21st. We discuss our memorable moments from the Mass Effect games
Rocket League was the most downloaded game on PSN in 2016
– Thoughts on Nvidia’s GeForce Now Program
– PlayStation Hits 53.4 Million Consoles Sold As of January 1st, 2017, Uncharted 4 moves more than 8.7 million copies sold since Dec 21st

Special Thanks: M. Collins, Sean Gority, Michael Hatcher, Steven Fearon, Mauricio Aguilar, Himdeel, Fergus Mills

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