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I like the concept. Don't like much else about it. I don't know enough to make a decision though.

I need specs to know whether this thing is going to deliver an experience that I'm willing to pay for.

If not detailed specs, then just what res/fps it can run games at and what the battery life is like. Does the dock have an ethernet port?

Most importantly though: will devs support it beyond the first year? I don't think I'll ever be an early adopter of a Nintendo machine again because of the uncertainty surrounding support.



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Looks neat, but I doubt it will have any mass market appeal. It still does not make up for not releasing an exclusive Zelda on Wii U.



It looks good. I liked everything but the lack of power.



Azuren said:
Lawlight said:

Yes, Nintendo fans. If you look at it rationally, other than being a fan of the Nintendo IPs, gamers have no real reason to get this over a PS4 or X1.

Hi. Sony fan here. 

 

I'm super excited about the prospect of this system. 

Why though? I simply cannot find where I can use this system.



Lawlight said:
Azuren said:

Hi. Sony fan here. 

 

I'm super excited about the prospect of this system. 

Why though? I simply cannot find where I can use this system.

anywhere? the trailer made that perfectly clear



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Well, I'll say that I'm actually looking forward to a Nintendo console. Their consoles/handhelds have not been on my radar in years.



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I like everything so at this point i'm just waiting to be disappointed whenever the battery or specs come out.



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zorg1000 said:
Lawlight said:

Why though? I simply cannot find where I can use this system.

anywhere? the trailer made that perfectly clear

To play games on balcony parties? While playing an actual sport? When going trekking? That's what the trailer showed me. The only good one was in the airport / plane but even then it can be replaced with a tablet or phone.



I like it.

- It looks extremely focused . They are trying to have a more unique product, but seems they are taking the gaming aspect seriously.
- No gimmicks. It really seems to be all about the games. Heck, it doesn't even look like it has touchscreen, NFC, or Motion Controls. This will keep costs down and make sure that Nintendo and the developers are not forced or enticed to use unnecessary gameplay mechanics. I do not need it to be touchscreen. I think Nintendo understands people will have their phones and laptops if a browser or other random functionalities are needed. This does not seems to be trying to replace the tablet, but rather just be a portable gaming device.

I will be wary of how powerful the console is (especially for the home console aspect) and the battery life, but I am actually quite impressed. Looks like some lessons were learned from the WiiU.



Those developers are a who's who list of 3DS devs. I mean we have...

Level 5 (Dragon Quest VIII, Dark Cloud, Fantasy Life, Yokai Watch, Ni No Kuni)

Atlus (ETRIAN ODYSSEY 5!!! Persona, SMT: Apocalypse, SMT: Devil Survivor)

Square Enix (Bravely Default, Dragon Quest, FF Tactics)

Capcom (MONSTER HUNTER 5!!! Street Fighter V? DMC)

This pretty much means, that all the good devs for 3DS will start making games for NX. That is a massive boost in games for Nintendo's home console.

FROM, Bethesda, Take2, and Ubisoft are welcome third party support. It remains to be seen whether they will support with anything more than ports though.



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