やばい…やばい…… pic.twitter.com/qPcJWwZnepOctober 29, 2017
It looks like there’s another reason to buy a Nintendo Switch, if you haven’t already: it has been announced that Korg Gadget will be released on Nintendo’s flagship platform next year.
Various Twitter posts from this year's m3 event (opens in new tab) in Japan show that Korg’s synth-centric DAW is going to follow software variants of the MS-10 and M1 to Nintendo’s gaming consoles, with a Spring 2018 release.
さっそくすげー情報をGETしてきた…本日のM3で初お披露目だとか。 pic.twitter.com/98KNYLOSJjOctober 29, 2017
Software developers Detune will be responsible for squeezing the DAW and its 30-plus gadgets into the Switch edition. That said, as yet there are no details on the actual specs for this version.
Following an oft-trodden path, beaten by the likes of the DS-10, M01D and DSN-12 (the latter two also developed by Detune), Korg Gadget most certainly feels like an obvious addition to the Switch line-up and yet another reason why the handheld console will be at the top of our Christmas wishlists to Santa this year.
台風接近する中、新幹線は止まらず無事 M3 から帰宅。DETUNE さんのブースで Nitendo Switch 版 KORG Gadget (!) を拝見。コンセプトは "FIGHT ON DAW"、プロデュースされている佐野電磁さんに写真を撮らせて頂きました。 pic.twitter.com/CE8INXmBw6October 29, 2017
[via My Nintendo News (opens in new tab)]