Crazy Justice: cross-play PC, Nintendo Switch, Xbox One

Pablo Tucker
October 16, 2017

Nintendo has also expressed a desire to reach a wide variety of play styles and audiences, with the company noting that "as with books, television and movies, different content is meant for different audiences". Minecraft will be carrying the cross-play facility across all types of the game which is a boon and a blessing.

Not that Nintendo really needs to broaden its console appeal, as the Switch is still selling very well, and the Mario and Zelda licenses attract both adult and younger gamers alike. The game will see you taking control of heroes that have to save the world from evil, with plenty of missions along the way, new heroes, new special weapons, and more so that you can take evil down. "Yeah, I think at the end of the day you can make nearly any game. there are inevitable compromises, but you know, you can make some version of Injustice on the Atari 2600", he told GameSpot.

According to Boon, it would be possible to get Injustice 2 running on the system-though he suggested that there could be some shortcomings (presumably in terms of fidelity). Boon explains that it would be possible to make any game on any console and that Injustice could run on the Atari 2600 but "it's not going to be great".

Nintendo may be encouraging producers of more mature and violent games to bring their content over to Switch. In fact, Boon believed that just about any game can be made compatible across different platforms but has noted that "there are inevitable compromises". The news appeared on Twitter and got a massive response from gamers. Ragot was asked about the current status of the Nintendo Switch version of the game.

The announcement of cross-platform support fits closely with Crazy Justice's vision, as a game that places competitive multiplayer at the heart of the experience. At the very least, Road to the Olympics will be coming to the PC, PS4, and Xbox One versions of Steep on December 5, 2017.

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