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benji232 said:
Dulfite said:
I don't think my preferred choice is on the poll. I want them to create a new handheld, but with the same library and gaming capabilities of the regular Switch. I don't want it to be weaker or stronger than the Switch, causing the studios to be split up again making games for either or the other. I want the studios to stay unified making games for the same platform, but I do want Nintendo to make a cheaper, smaller, better battery, and portable only option for the Switch (though I'm not sure the name would make sense then).

Then where are all the games lol? Where is our unified library? In 2018, we got ……………………… A Kirby platformer and Mario tennis. Sick Unified library Nintendo... Nah, I'd prefer get 2 platforms since were obviously netting way less games then before.

1) Fairly certain the 1st party output is already greater than either the Wii U or 3ds had on their own at this point. I could be wrong, and if I am look at the next point.

2) Nintendo themselves admitted to just recently getting over the hurdles of developing HD games, so they should be more consistent from here on out.

3) The Switch has been out like a year and a half, and seeing as it usually takes developers a couple years to make a game, I'd imagine many of them are close to having their game ready.

4) Nintendo only announces huge games more than 6 months away, and even then quite a few big ones, a ton of good ones, and a butt load of indie games get announced with only a few months or weeks to spare (sometimes that day).