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According to Nintendo Life, Nintendo just patented some kind of "passive walking device".

What could this mean?! Is it some kind of crazy experimental Switch peripheral? Are they making a new R.O.B.? Let me hear your thoughts on this.



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This is the Switch's successor, and the reason it won't sell even 40 million.



Whatever it is, it could be a part of their VR plans. If they have any.



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That's more of a robotics patent.



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This is the next generation of Amiibos.

Now your cute figurines can walk and talk and watch you when you sleep.



It's the next add-on for PoGo. With this device you don't even need to leave the house, it will do the steps for you.



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lol I'd personally love it if this was R.O.B. 2.0



Captain_Yuri said:
QoL isn't dead yet bois

You think this is part of that?

Johnw1104 said:
lol I'd personally love it if this was R.O.B. 2.0

Same, but I'd like to see the original R.O.B. come back in some form or another. He'd make a great World of Nintendo toy from Jakks Pacific! ^^



mZuzek said:

This is the Switch's successor, and the reason it won't sell even 40 million.

I may have already found the name in all my seconds of research. 

 

The Switch U. 



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