Would Marvel vs Capcom: Infinite be a big attraction for the Nintendo Switch?

Ever since, its release back in 2017 was a fighting game that received mixed reception from fans and critics alike. While the inclusion of a story mode with cinnamon cutscenes was a step up from its 2011 predecessor Marvel vs Capcom 3 along with improved in game mechanics the game was criticized for its roster. Also, many people were not too happy about the fact that Marvel vs Capcom: Infinite only feature two on two tag-team game opposed to three on three similar to what we got in MvC 2 & 3. While Marvel vs Capcom Infinite could have definitely have been better it was still one of the better fighting games of 2017 next to Dragonball FighterZ.

If Marvel vs Capcom Infinite were ported to the Nintendo Switch it could definitely be an attraction for the hybrid console despite having low sales on the PlayStation 4 and the Xbox One. But then again with games like Super Smash Bros Ultimate along with the Street Fighter Anniversary Collection, and Dragonball FighterZ on the Nintendo Switch there is still a possibility that MvC: Infinite will still be overshadowed if it were ported to that console. While MvC: Infinite may not be a huge attraction on the Nintendo Switch it would still turn heads regardless if it were ported to the hybrid console.

Would Virtual Reality features add to the overall value Red Dead Redemption 2?

As of right now Red Dead Redemption 2 is currently one of the hottest video games in stores right now following its big release in October 26th. Not only has Red Dead Redemption 2 sold over 15 million copies worldwide in a very short period of time but it also managed to surpass its 2010 predecessor for the PS3 and Xbox 360 in less than a month. The story mode along with the online multiplayer game mode makes Red Dead Redemption a game worth own especially for those who were fans of the first title which came out eight years ago. As popular as Red Dead Redemption 2 is there are some who believe that Virtual Reality gameplay would add to the overall quality of an already polished action-adventure western themed video game.

While Virtual Reality gameplay for Red Dead Redemption 2 sounds awesome in theory there really has not been any talk of RockStar Games making it a reality. The idea of seeing cinematic cutscenes from Red Redemption 2 through a VR headset would be an unforgettable gaming experience of itself. However, as it currently stands Virtual Reality has arguably yet to still reach its peak in popularity. Also, Virtual Reality headsets such as the PSVR and the Oculus Rift are still considered to be very expensive to the average gamer with prices ranging from $299-$399. Virtual Reality features would indeed add to the overall quality of Red Dead Redemption 2 but as it currently stands its unlikely to happen anytime soon.

Should Persona 4 be ported for the PlayStation 4?

As many people know Persona 4 was released on the PlayStation 2 back in 2008. Since then Persona 4 has been regarded as one of the best entry with in the entire series dating back to 1996. While Persona 4 was eventually ported to the PS3 along with the PlayStation Vita in 2012 as “Persona 4 Golden”. Seeing how popular this RPG simulation game was and remains to be to this day the idea of bringing Persona 4 to the PS4 sounds awesome. However, its a known fact that Persona 5 has been a huge attraction in relation to RPG titles on the PS4 since 2016.

Its possible that Persona 4 would not only be overshadowed by Persona 5 but also by titles that are currently on the PS4 such as Horizon Zero Dawn, God of War, Fallout 76, Call of Duty: Black Ops 4 and others. Also, there are still many big titles coming up next year such as Kingdom Hearts III, Metro Exodus, Days Gone, Resident Evil 2: Remake and other that everyone has their minds set on. As cool as it would be to see Persona 4 on the PS4 its probably better if the game is left in the past unless Atlus has any plans on making it a reality.

Will the PlayStation 4 remain in retail until 2020?

As of right now the PlayStation 4 is currently one of the hottest video game consoles in retail right now. Since its release back in November 2013 the PlayStation 4 has managed to sell at least 86 million units worldwide becoming one of the best selling consoles of the 10’s decade. In relation to next generation consoles many people are expecting the PlayStation 5 to be released sometime in either 2019-2020. But the question is whether or not the PlayStation 4 will be available in retail by that time and the answer is most likely going to be yes. There are too many big titles on the PlayStation 4 right now such as Monster Hunter: World, Call Of Duty: Black Ops 4, Horizon Zero Dawn and others.

Also, we have many big games coming up such as Kingdoms Hearts III, Final Fantasy VII: Remake, Resident 2: Remake and many others that are supposed to be released in 2019. As we all know the PlayStation 4 is not backwards compatible with with the PlayStation 3 and we still do not know whether or not Sony plans on doing the same thing with the PlayStation 5. Unless, the PlayStation 5 is going to be backwards compatible it seems like the PlayStation 4 will still be available in retail for the next two or three years.

Should Sony change their controller design for the PS5?

As many people know Sony has maintained the similar controller designs from the PS1 which was released back in 1994 all the way up to the PlayStation 4 which we currently have right now. Ever since, since the PS1 era of the mid to late 90’s we have seen major upgrades from Sony for controllers that were developed in the 00’s and the early 10’s. Despite, keeping the same design with the inclusion of the L1/L2 & R1/R2 buttons Sony has managed make the current generation PS4 D-Pads wireless while giving players the option to turn the console on with a press of a button. The features for the PS4 D-Pad are very impressive which makes people question if Sony can possibly add anything else to their next generation control pad.

It possible that Sony will have ground-breaking feature for their next generation console the PlayStation 5 along with the console’s control pad as well. But as far as changing the general design of Sony’s D-Pad is concerned hopefully they maintain a similar look as the PS2-PS4 but with added features. At this point most gamers are accustomed to the traditional shape and buttons utilized for PlayStation D-Pads in general to a point where Sony making any drastic changes to it could backfire on Sony in the long run.

Will Code Vein sell over one million copies before 2020?

As of right now one of the top RPG’s that the world is looking forward to seeing next year is a game developed and published by Bandi Namco Studio called Code Vein. Originally, Code Vein was set to appear on the PlayStation 4 along with the Xbox One this year but was pushed so Bandi Namco Studio can produce a more polished game. It should noted that the gameplay will highly resemble that of Dark Souls and will include both single and multiplayer gameplay in this post apocalyptic third-person RPG. As far as how much Code Vein will see before 2020 is concerned that is something which is tougher to predict.

After all, the exact release date for Code Vain has yet to be revealed. Also, in terms of whether or not the game will sell over one million copies within a year is concerned it really depends on which quarter of the year Bandi Namco decides to release the game in. If Code Vein is released within the first half of 2019 then it can more than likely reach over one copies within a year. However, as far as the RPG genre of gaming is concerned competition is going to be fierce especially with titles such as Kingdom Hearts III and the Resident Evil 2: Remake coming out for the PS4 along with the Xbox One in 2019.

Will Red Dead Redemption 2 reach over 15 million units in sales?

As many people know Red Dead Redemption 2 is expected to appear on the PlayStation 4 along with the Xbox One on October 26th. There many people who are very excited for the upcoming release of the action-adventure classic which is supposed to be the prequel to Red Dead Redemption which was released back in 2010. Ever since, Red Dead Redemption was released back in 2010 the game reportedly sold over 11 million units worldwide following the first few years it was available in retail. As of right not analysts are speculating that Red Dead Redemption 2 will not only surpass the RDM title from 2010 but it will also reach at least 15 million units worldwide in sales.

Along an exciting new story mode that will provide players with at least 60 hours of gameplay Red Dead Redemption II will also have a new online multiplayer which people are dying to see and play later this month. Seeing that we are getting closer to Black Friday and Christmas sales for Red Dead Redemption II will most likely got through the roof following its release on October 26th. While its possible that Red Dead Redemption II can reach at least 15 million units in worldwide sales it will probably take few years for it to actually happen.