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what concerns me the most about a switch port Is the controls. Part of the game Was designed with motion control in mind and Despite what some people may say I don't think just programming it to the analog stick will work. If they keep it exactly the same way moving the sword would take too long but if it's instant then the battles will be too easy.
I don't think I've seen the joy cons be used as wiimote yet
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