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Author: Nightfire
Posted: February 11, 2020 (08:51 AM)
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So, does Nintendo do any quality control for Switch titles, or have they thrown the doors wide open the way Valve did with Steam? I don't own a Switch and I've never been a console gamer, so I'm really not up to date on these things...


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Author: JoeTheDestroyer (Mod)
Posted: February 11, 2020 (06:50 PM)
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Nintendo does have quality assurance, but that doesn't stop publishers from releasing complete duds. I think the main thing is it prevents them from turning in the kind of games that feel like class projects or asset flips. This one may be shoddy, but I can tell the developer at least put some work into it and didn't just slap together some random junk for a quick buck.

There are some good articles to read online about Ninty's QA. I'd post them right now, but it would take me a while to find them. One talks about how their QA helped rebuild the industry after it collapsed in the early '80s.


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