In today’s episode of GameSpot News, Persia talks about the Nintendo Switch having plenty of years left in it, Tiny Tina’s Wonderlands going gold, and more.
During today's earnings call, Furukawa shared, “"Switch is just in the middle of its lifecycle, and the momentum going into this year is good.” He also mentioned that the Switch is breaking a pattern of past consoles weakening in the sixth year.
Tiny Tina’s Wonderlands has gone gold meaning Gearbox Software has completed work on it. While the game is ready for publish, there'll still be some fine-tuning to do ahead of its March 25 release, which will likely include the usual updates and optimizations.
Later in the video, Persia talks about a demake of Persona 4 created by SeanSS that has just released on itch.io. Sean built the demake on the free GameBoy Studio engine, and it is one of his "very first projects using the engine." To play it, you can open it directly on your browser or you can download the file and use an emulator.
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Timestamps: Intro - 00:00 Nintendo President Says Switch Is "In The Middle Of Its Lifecycle" - 00:08 Tiny Tina's Wonderlands Has Gone Gold - 01:15 A Persona 4 Game Boy "Demake" Demo Is Now Available To Play - 02:38 Outro - 04:09