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Talking Point: Soundtrack behind 2D Points to Switch Mini
The mini switching rumors came thick and fast over the last week or two. Although Nintendo clearly states that the E3 2019 Nintendo Direct will not show new hardware, an unpleasant message was expected. We have heard a lot of stories from respected websites for a while, as well as manufacturers and retailers who describe the accessories for the yet unpublished hardware revision. Almost feels that the power of the internet wants this thing to exist, whether Nintendo has planned it or not.
Of course, certainly is planned for the revision. There is a 3DS slot on the market that the current switch is not full. As a budget option, 3DS (and 2DS) is still a great device, but each parent knows that only the newest and best will make the playground. Give your six-year-old choice between a full NES library or Switch Smash Bros. and Fortnite and will be retrograde faster than you can say " Stadium Events" .
Great console or largest
The original concept of the switch, designed for a large volume of sales as a "home" device, combines an increasingly fragmented family with a single device. After becoming a local cooperative machine, Nintendo can now afford to play the other side of the dual identity of Switch ̵
1; the portable, solo gaming device (which also interacts with other switches). At the shareholders meetings it became clear that Nintendo plans to receive more than one Switch in households, following the 3DS business model rather than the traditional home console route. After all, the switch is not a "traditional" home console and can take advantage of its hybrid nature in more than one way, branching out into other rooms in the house.
cause some of us to hold our current console and wonder how much smaller the devices can get before reaching the levels of spamming Game Boy Micro, but the fact is that we are still surfing on Ebay in the vain hope of take one of those beauties for a decent price, though only as an exhibit. The switch can certainly lose some weight. The current screen is wonderful, and until we end up preferring to lose it and grow in size (if not in resolution) in Pro # model, it could shrink a bit for Mini