These days, game consoles tend to do more than just play games.
After a successful Kickstarter campaign, Freedom Planet released on PC back in 2014 as well as Mac and Linux in April of 2015.
We'll be sure to bring more on the Switch's sales and games as we head into the second year this March.
The emulator for the Nintendo Switch, however, will not yet be able to do what most gamers would expect from such software.
Luckily, there's no shortage of platforms and devices that Netflix can run on, but the news is disappointing nonetheless for Nintendo fans. Instead, Yuzu is being created to help developers learn all about the Nintendo Switch.
As the team noted, yuzu is an open-source project, licensed under the GPLv2 (or any later version). It's already home to a wonderful library of indies and ports of popular games from the past few years, while Nintendo's first-party titles continue to bolster it.
Nintendo has big ambitions for 2018.
Nintendo Switch has been making a lot of recent updates in the past year.
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Among the already released games that will be heading to Nintendo Switch is Freedom Planet. He said that this year they must work to ensure that Switch is a product that more people want to have, even those who are not normally attracted to a console.