A Nintendo Switch Emulator has finally surfaced, yes, while we were all expecting to see some sort of emulation happen sooner or later, this is quite fast. The title was initially meant to be a Sonic the Hedgehog fan project but quickly turned into something more original with little homages and nods still sprinkled throughout it. Being able to appeal to the mainstream has helped Nintendo in the past, most notably with consoles like the Wii and NES.
The developers behind the popular 3DS emulator Citra have now announced an emulator for the Nintendo Switch called Yuzu.
In development: Citra Team tells gamers to "stay tuned". That said, Nintendo knows that it is still too early to claim victory as 2018 will be a crucial year for the future of its hybrid console. So, he believes that Nintendo should focus on creating new ways to play to keep the momentum of Switch ongoing.
In order to do this Nintendo will have to continue to expand the Switch's library of games which is already off to a fairly good start.
Video game stories from other sites on the web. Then check back way, way down the line for updates on a Netflix-Nintendo union.
The Switch has been doing so incredibly well in its first year that people have drawn comparisons to all-time favourite consoles such as Nintendo's own Wii as well as Sony's PlayStation 2.
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