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Though I never owned one myself, I have a real soft spot for the SNES Jr, it's curvy, miniaturized design is just so cute.

I also feel like I'm the only person who likes the design of the Wii Mini, in spite of its shortcomings in terms of features.



Cerebralbore101 said:
KungKras said:
Gameboy Colour

You misspelled Gameboy Color. ;)

British English is the true English ;)



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3DS XL, first one felt too small.



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KungKras said:
Cerebralbore101 said:

You misspelled Gameboy Color. ;)

British English is the true English ;)

Nintendo trademarked it as Gameboy Color, not Gameboy Colour! Do you call Fortnite, Fortnight? 



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Cerebralbore101 said:
KungKras said:

British English is the true English ;)

Nintendo trademarked it as Gameboy Color, not Gameboy Colour! Do you call Fortnite, Fortnight? 

I have a feeling "nite" isn't the proper spelling anywhere.



I'm torn between the DS Lite and the New 3DS. Both were enormous improvements over their previous iterations, but the New 3DS's were mostly specific to the 3D effect while the DS Lite's improvements were on all aspects of the user experience - so I think ultimately I'm going to go with the DS Lite for the win.



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New 2DS XL, despite not owning one. To me it's the overall best piece of handheld hardware from both the tech itself and software library. In a sense it's worse than the 3DS XL as it lacks 3D, but that's a feature most couldn't care less about, $50 difference in price is much more valuable, as is it's cooler n sleeker design.

I'm curious to know if Switch Lite will become anyone's favorite given it's worse than the regular in every way.



Lonely_Dolphin said:
I'm curious to know if Switch Lite will become anyone's favorite given it's worse than the regular in every way.

It could be considered better in some ways for a lot of people. It has a proper D-Pad, it fits in your pocket, and it's $100 cheaper.

Last edited by curl-6 - on 28 August 2019

curl-6 said:
Lonely_Dolphin said:
I'm curious to know if Switch Lite will become anyone's favorite given it's worse than the regular in every way.

It could be considered better in some ways for a lot of people. It has a proper D-Pad, it fits in your pocket, and it's $100 cheaper.

Every way besides price of course.

Nintendo has yet to officially make one, but there are third party Joy-Cons with d-pad if you really need it, and from what I can tell it looks bigger than the N3DS XL which only barely fits into my pocket, but eh technically it's still more portable regardless. Even the smallest insignificance can be a reason I know, that's why I'll be interested in hearing from those who prefer it over the regular.



Lonely_Dolphin said:
curl-6 said:

It could be considered better in some ways for a lot of people. It has a proper D-Pad, it fits in your pocket, and it's $100 cheaper.

Every way besides price of course.

Nintendo has yet to officially make one, but there are third party Joy-Cons with d-pad if you really need it, and from what I can tell it looks bigger than the N3DS XL which only barely fits into my pocket, but eh technically it's still more portable regardless. Even the smallest insignificance can be a reason I know, that's why I'll be interested in hearing from those who prefer it over the regular.

Still, Switch Lite comes with a D-Pad out of the box and the regular Switch doesn't. Another potential plus for parents buying for their kids is that due to the integrated controls its likely to be more durable and doesn't have separate parts to lose.