According to Nintendo, they wish to extend their reach on Switch. With this objective in mind, they understand that “different content” is meant for “different kinds of audiences.” Nintendo for years has delivered exclusive games. The list includes "Super Mario," "Metroid," "Tetris," "The Legend of Zelda," to name a few. As noted by Tech Radar, these titles are generally more basic. The game developer seems to target the younger audience with this. The report further goes on to state that Nintendo plans on switching its strategy.

What reports have to say?

According to a report by The Wall Street Journal, Nintendo is currently on the look-out for developers who provide “mature” titles. This makes it safe to assume that the company wants to target an older audience. The same report even makes mention of multiple game developers as saying that they have been encouraged to develop adult-level content. As noted by Tech Radar, Nintendo is gearing up for its big plans next year. The list of studios that Nintendo approached regarding this matter includes Inti Creates.

The studio’s chief executive, Takuya Aizu has been reported by The Wall Street Journal as saying that he is surprised about Nintendo’s latest move. He said that he never thought that the title that Nintendo is interested in, would ever be made available on Switch. However, the game developer gave him a positive feedback on that. Nintendo has been reported by the same report as commenting on this matter.

According to the company, they wish to extend their reach on Switch. With this objective in mind, they understand that “different content” is meant for “different kinds of audiences.” Therefore, they wish to switch from the “kid-friendly” image to a more mature party.

Nintendo's plans

Tech Radar claims that Nintendo plans on bringing titles like "Doom," "Wolfenstein 2" and "LA Noire" on Switch soon.

The company has also actively paid much attention to its DS line. With two series of gaming consoles in hand, the game developer is believed (by Tech Radar) to have, far more freedom than before. Over here, freedom is being referred to in terms of the kind of audience that they wish to target. The main reason why they wouldn’t experiment with their DS line is that it’s cheaper than Switch. At the same time, Switch also has a great reputation to live up to. The line-up has a greater dominance in the market in comparison to its sibling. Therefore, it is possible that this little experimentation might turn out to be in the favor of Nintendo.

These changes are expected to be seen in the market next year.

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