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potato_hamster said:
zorg1000 said:

Like I said, Wii & DS were considered innovative takes on motion & touch controls as was Kinect for gesture controls and the new VR headsets for virtual reality.

None of those ideas were new, they were simply far more streamlined, accessible & higher quality versions of already existing ideas. Despite that, they are all considered to be innovative.

The concept doesn't matter if the execution sucks, which is what makes the ability to play the full Nintendo ecosystem at home or on the go on Switch innovative while the ability to play the full Playstation ecosystem at home or on the go is an expensive & cumbersome mess.

.... you do realize that you don't actually know at this point that the Switch plays the "full Nintendo ecosystem", right?

While it is not 100% confirmed or been explicitly stated, I'm not a child and can read between the lines.

Merging the handheld & console divisions for both hardware & software in addition to releasing a device that acts as both a handheld & a console makes it pretty obvious that the whole point of Switch it to release a single device that recieves the full software output and functionality of the two previous ecosystems.

So while it is technically possible that Nintendo will release another device that has its own unique features and software library, the chances of that are about .00001%



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