Very true. I actually didn't realize how many revisions Nintendo did til reading your comment made me actually pause and count them all lol
I know right haha. I count 16, but the 3DS really muddies the waters, like are the New 3DS and the New 3DS XL two different revisions, or one revision of the existing 3DS/3DS XL lines?
And some people thought they'd never do a Switch revision...
You misspelled Gameboy Color. ;)
Not all of us live in America. :P
Regular 3DS was tiny and $250. 3DS XL was $200 and bigger.
The OG Gameboy launched for $89 back in 89. Factoring in inflation that would be $186 in today's money.
The GBA launched for $99, which is $144 in today's money.
DS Launched for $149, which is $202 in today's money.
3DS's $249 is $284 in today's money.
I can't see any scenario where 3DS sells on par with PS4 tbh. For all its blunders, I think the simple fact of the matter is no dedicated portable could've topped 100 million in a post-smartphone/tablet world.
3DS is going to end up selling less than the PSP lifetime, so less than the loser of last gen's portable war.Last edited by curl-6 - on 26 August 2019
Bet with Liquidlaser: I say PS5 and Xbox Series will sell more than 56 million combined by the end of 2023.