Nintendo's former president Tatsumi Kimishima is reassuring investors after the company's stock dropped following its E3 showcase. Even some gamers had a "this is it?" reaction to Nintendo's showcase, which hurriedly mentioned titles like Octopath Traveler and Pokemon Let's Go Pikachu and Eevee, while putting the main focus on Super Smash Bros. Ultimate as the heavy hitter.
Kimishima told investors that his company would have no trouble shipping 20 million units of the Nintendo Switch this year and that there are a stable of software titles that haven't been revealed yet. Kimishima refused to elaborate on which products haven't been revealed yet, but Gamescom and Tokyo Game Show still present opportunities for Nintendo to showcase smaller titles.
Also of note is Kimishima mentioning the company has had problems acquiring microprocessors and memory for producing the Nintendo Switch, but it has not been the bottleneck that constrained early supply when the Switch launched. Now that we know there is more to see from Nintendo, what are you hoping to hear about this year?
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