zorg1000 said:
JRPGfan said:

Back then things where more simple, a new product = new gen.
Now theres mid gen refresh, add-on items bareing the console name (or consumers assumeing such, with say WiiU).
"new" = slightly bigger screen ect.

The messageing now, is very differnt from what it was back then.
Nintendo themselves havnt kept to a nameing scheme that ll make things easy for consumers to understand.

Basically its silly at this point, its just alot more impactfull and simple, to just stick with a console name and add a number to it.

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.

Most consumers vs Useing a number = everyone.

I just think its easier to market, and will show better results, without confuseing any consumers, if they use a normal nameing scheme.
Same with Xbox, the logical next name is Xbox Two (following the "one").

But if a company wants to do away with logic, and pick a stupid name..... hell its their company, their free to do so.
Just dont think it makes sense to do so.