RolStoppable said:
zorg1000 said:

Sure it was more simple back then but with the huge amount of ways to get a message across nowadays there should be no issue with "Super" as long as you have a competent marketing/advertising team.

This isnt a Wii U situation where the marketing was awful during those years and "U" doesnt mean anything to begin with.

Most consumers are smart enough to understand that Super Switch would be a new console if they advertised/marketed it as such.

Wii meant we, but the hardcore gamer felt left out. That's why U meant you, the hardcore gamer. Hence why Call of Duty, Assassin's Creed, Batman and others were used as reasons to buy a Wii U.

I'm aware of that, I mean that the word super has an actual definition so adding Super to the title is self explanatory. U in itself means nothing so adding U to the end of a title adds nothing of value to the consumer.

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