Rich went to Microsoft to see Project Scorpio, talk to the people who made it and see software running. But just how powerful is it? This video reveals all.
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Here are the full specs for Project Scorpio in one place in comparison to the Xbox One (Original/S) and PlayStation 4 Pro:
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There was some doubt about the sales of Bomberman on the Switch since Zelda: Breath of the Wild dominated the opening sales when the Nintendo Switch got released in Japan. Fret no more as we now have reports from Media Create that Super Bomberman R has the best opening week in the franchise by a total of 36,623 total units sold since March 3rd 2017, in comparison to the previous record of Bomberman’s (Party Edition) PS1 debut of 34,945 total units in Japan, but staying second to Bomberman’s World on the PS1 by 76,801 total units. It’s currently placed at Number 6 for the highest Software bestsellers opening week in Japan.
Source(s): Media Create (via NeoGAF) – Gematsu
Let’s cut to the chase and say that this would be Sony’s biggest PS4 debut title overthrowing the crown from No Man’s Sky that is a console exclusive, Horizon: Zero Dawn takes that crown, competing fiercely against Zelda: Breath of the Wild as a new established title from Guerilla Games. Eurogamer’s Tom Philips also mentions that Zelda: Breath of the Wild’s majority of sales were on the Switch, by 78%, while the Wii U only gaining 22%, in which he notes that “the latter figure perhaps higher than expected”. You can have a look at the list below:
- Horizon: Zero Dawn
- Zelda: Breath of the Wild
- Grand Theft Auto 5
- 1-2 Switch
- For Honor
- FIFA 17
- Super Bomberman R
- Rocket League
- Sniper Elite 4
- Battlefield 1
For those who just couldn’t handle the idea of waiting any further for a confirmation to have Bloodstained on the go on Nintendo’s ecosystem, look no further than the Switch confirmation obtained by Brian at Nintendo Everything. It has been revealed that the game is coming to the Switch via Nintendo’s European News feed that is viewable on the Switch hybrid itself. It was originally coming to the Wii U, but as we all know, the title won’t come until 2018, increasing the possibility of not being able to get the title on Wii U when it releases on other platforms.
You can see Bloodstained’s logo in the second to last column below, towards the middle. The graphic is similar to what was sent out a few days ago following the Nindies Showcase, but Bloodstained’s inclusion is new here.
Source: Nintendo Everything