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NX just needs awesome games. Six months seems plenty to me for advertising and considering how rumor-ridden the NX has been, I think its reveal will get plenty of press and forum discussion.

Also essential that software titles are revealed at time of NX's unveiling.



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Yes, I think it is. But just barely.
It would be unwise for them to wait any longer.



KLAMarine said:
NX just needs awesome games. Six months seems plenty to me for advertising and considering how rumor-ridden the NX has been, I think its reveal will get plenty of press and forum discussion.

Also essential that software titles are revealed at time of NX's unveiling.

Off topic but I love your new profile picture. Nice pick.



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alternine said:
KLAMarine said:
NX just needs awesome games. Six months seems plenty to me for advertising and considering how rumor-ridden the NX has been, I think its reveal will get plenty of press and forum discussion.

Also essential that software titles are revealed at time of NX's unveiling.

Off topic but I love your new profile picture. Nice pick.

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Nope but I don't believe it will be released in March of 2017 so it will have more time then that.



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Jumpin said:
lynksseus said:
No. If NX will indeed be hybrid then there would be an overwhelming amount of information to explain that could take longer than six months.

How so? It's a console you can take on the go or plug into your TV. It won't take people over 6 months of information to understand that.

Wii U. They couldn't even explain the difference between Wii vs Wii U on a general demographic that's less tech savvy than those who do understand the Wii U; and those that do, majority obviously didn't even bother to purchase it.

I'll give Nintendo the benefit of the doubt and we'll see how they approach this new line they have. For all we know, Scott Moffit was just a horrible at sales and marketing.



That's a pretty cool pitch to me, but what will make or break the console for me is it's Wi-Fi. 



memoryman3 said:

That's a pretty cool pitch to me, but what will make or break the console for me is it's Wi-Fi. 

Do you mean Wi-Fi or network infrastructure?

Wi-Fi just connects wirelessly to your wireless access point/router and is unlikely to be an issue.



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SpokenTruth said:
memoryman3 said:

That's a pretty cool pitch to me, but what will make or break the console for me is it's Wi-Fi. 

Do you mean Wi-Fi or network infrastructure?

Wi-Fi just connects wirelessly to your wireless access point/router and is unlikely to be an issue.

I mean Wi-Fi

No 5GHz would be an absolute dealbreaker.

http://thenextweb.com/apple/2016/02/04/apple-and-cisco-acknowledge-that-2-4ghz-wi-fi-is-too-unreliable-and-crowded/#gref