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Platinum’s Kamiya Hopes Next-Gen Nintendo Switch Will Still Be Portable

Platinum Vice President Hideki Kamiya has given the Nintendo Switch his stamp of approval. But even though he’s a legendary game designer, the reason Kamiya loves this machine is pretty simple. He likes to play games on the go or while lying at home.

talk VGC, Kamiya said he hopes Nintendo will stick to a hybrid console-handheld approach. “Personally, this is my own very lifestyle-oriented preference, but right now I find it really difficult to sit still in front of the TV and play games.

“I enjoy lying down and playing games in handheld mode, which is the biggest reason why I love the Nintendo Switch. Whenever new hardware that Nintendo decides to launch next arrives, Personally, I still have this portable element to support my lying-down gaming lifestyle!”

Platinum has created multiple titles for Nintendo Switch, including Astral Chain and the upcoming Bayonetta 3. Several of the studio’s other games have made their way onto the platform using the Switch ports of Bayonetta 1 and 2, The Wonderful 101, and Nier: Automata. .

The Nintendo Switch has been a huge hit since its launch in March 2017, and many gamers seem to agree with Kamiya. Nintendo DS, Game Boy/Game Boy Color, PlayStation 4.

We don’t know much about Nintendo’s upcoming hardware, and Nintendo has consistently said it has no plans to release the long-rumored ‘Switch Pro’ model. He said he is working hard to avoid making the same mistakes he made when moving from Wii to Wii U and DS to 3DS. I have confirmed that we are discussing

For more information, check out IGN’s interview with Kamiya earlier this year. This legendary designer talks about his entry into the gaming industry and his love of retro games. Or read our impressions of Bayonetta 3 before the game hits Nintendo Switch later this month.

Logan Plant is a freelance writer for IGN covering video game and entertainment news. He has over 6 years of experience in the games industry and has bylines for IGN, Nintendo Wire, Switch Player Magazine and Lifewire. Find him on Twitter @LoganJPlant.

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