Nintendo is Interested in Bringing Mature Content to Switch Console

Nintendo Switch is a successful console for the company that once again caters to the young kids and fun-loving groups with Mario games, Legend of Zelda and other popular first party titles.

Most gamers were surprised when Doom landed on the Switch console because such mature content never found its place on the platform. However, things are changing as confirmed by Takuya Aizu, Chief Executive of Inti Creates who promoted an adult game to the people at Nintendo and got a positive response from the company.

“I never thought they would allow me to publish a game like Gal*Gun 2 for Switch but surprisingly they did,” he exclaims.

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The stance the company has taken for the Nintendo Switch seems to be very different as they are now interested in acquiring more mature audience from the West. The launch of Bethesda’s Doom, Skyrim and possibly other games indicate their new path which would make it a more open console rather than being the Zelda machine.

Rockstar’s L.A. Noire is coming soon to the Nintendo Switch and more announcements can be expected as confirmed by Shinya Takahashi who confirmed that they are committed to bringing more third-party titles onboard.

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