Nintendo Switch Homebrew Launcher Will Be Available Soon

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Nintendo Switch Homebrew Launcher Will Be Available Soon

If the games listed by Amazon are to be announced soon, there is no doubt they will be shown at the upcoming Nintendo Direct. For most companies that would be a hard ask, but this is Nintendo, which is a company overflowing with IP that sells millions of copies every time a new game launches. After selling 10 million Switches and almost on the way to selling 14 million units within the console's first year on store shelves, Nintendo is looking to sell 20 million units in the next Japanese fiscal year. Amazon US has posted a list of best seller gaming items of 2017, which features both the Switch console components and the titles by Nintendo above its rivals.

Sometime in May, Capcom's "Street Fighter: 30th Anniversary Collection" game is expected to be released on Nintendo Switch consoles around the world. Xbox and Playstation consoles fall later in the line. As for Nintendo, the video game company is also expected to introduce their very own "Kirby Star Allies" exclusive on the portable console before 2018 ends.

Super Mario Odyssey was the highest placing, making #6.

At the moment, however, Plutoo, Derrek and Naehrwert have not gone into details about when, in what way and with what content, the Homebrew Launcher will be made available, however, they stressed that the goal is not to encourage "piracy", but to be able to exploit on the Switch some emulators and unofficial applications. Other Nintendo games in the top 10 include Splatoon 2, Pokémon Ultra Sun, Pokémon Ultra Moon, and the Wii U version of Breath of the Wild. Until March 2018, the firm plans to sell 14 million units. Rogers' reply says, "John Harker is telling the truth about the 11th", followed by a tease about an unannounced SNK Nintendo Switch project.

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