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So according to insiders we can expect an 4k Switch, because the current incarnation of the Switch does not really compete with the Series X/S and PS5 and these would be a reason for an improved Switch on top of that 4k and 8k Tvs becoming commonplace is also playing a role.
To support this model Nintendo would have to develop games scaling for both devices.

but lets take that scaling a bit further, why not a sidegrade into a miniswitch ( instead of a downgrade the Lite is ... )
With a dataplan and mobile appstore with an additional option for camera and calling capabilities.

meaning they go back to 3 pillars and bring the blue ocean vision back into play
so smashing 30 million units made yearly and they will cross the 45 million mark next year

250 million bare minimum!



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I want a 4 inch screen Switch that can fit into my micropocket inside my short's right pocket. Needs to be 16k, 240 fps, 3times more depth of glasses-less 3d tech that the 3ds had, have an oled display, and cross compatible with Ouya games or we march from Missouri to Kyoto (through Canada, Alaska, Russia, then get a boat to Japan from mainland Asia) and peacefully protest for 3.5 hours.



kirby007 said:

So according to insiders we can expect an 4k Switch, because the current incarnation of the Switch does not really compete with the Series X/S and PS5 and these would be a reason for an improved Switch on top of that 4k and 8k Tvs becoming commonplace is also playing a role.
To support this model Nintendo would have to develop games scaling for both devices.

but lets take that scaling a bit further, why not a sidegrade into a miniswitch ( instead of a downgrade the Lite is ... )
With a dataplan and mobile appstore with an additional option for camera and calling capabilities.

meaning they go back to 3 pillars and bring the blue ocean vision back into play
so smashing 30 million units made yearly and they will cross the 45 million mark next year

250 million bare minimum!



Nintendo with the Switch:

It won't be 4k native.



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kirby007 said:

because the current incarnation of the Switch does not really compete with the Series X/S and PS5

Which is something Nintendo desperately wants to do



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No one wants to make a phone call on their dedicated gaming device. Ask the Nokia NGage taco phone how well it fared.



Mandalore76 said:

No one wants to make a phone call on their dedicated gaming device. Ask the Nokia NGage taco phone how well it fared.

thats 19 years ago back then we used phones solely for Snake and calling.



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Mandalore76 said:

No one wants to make a phone call on their dedicated gaming device. Ask the Nokia NGage taco phone how well it fared.

Mobile gaming is the largest gaming market... And that is dominated by mobile phones.



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kirby007 said:

So according to insiders we can expect an 4k Switch, because the current incarnation of the Switch does not really compete with the Series X/S and PS5 and these would be a reason for an improved Switch on top of that 4k and 8k Tvs becoming commonplace is also playing a role.
To support this model Nintendo would have to develop games scaling for both devices.

but lets take that scaling a bit further, why not a sidegrade into a miniswitch ( instead of a downgrade the Lite is ... )
With a dataplan and mobile appstore with an additional option for camera and calling capabilities.

meaning they go back to 3 pillars and bring the blue ocean vision back into play
so smashing 30 million units made yearly and they will cross the 45 million mark next year

250 million bare minimum!

No?



mZuzek said:
kirby007 said:

because the current incarnation of the Switch does not really compete with the Series X/S and PS5

Which is something Nintendo desperately wants to do

They don't give a shit. They stopped giving a shit since the failure of GameCube.