Doing something new doesn't mean you only use new things existing technology has many uses an example was with the DS where touch screens were around for ages but no one really found a use for them until the DS showed the potential of the tech this is what caused Apple to bring out the iPod touch and iPhone so that's a false notion that they don't do anything new they've been doing new things for ages raising the bar and finding practical executions is doing something new as it opens up the potential for more it's like in sports you still pass the ball and such to score it doesn't stop utilizing a new kind of formation from being new. Do you have examples of pre-switch hybrid consoles?
All of that is doing something new. One doesn't need to create the technology to do something new.
lol, making something more widely used doesn't make that technology new. Guys come on. When I talk about something being new I'm talking about it at its base level as something that's really totally new. New in every sense of the word as in "not existing before". Touch screens existed before DS, Motion Controls existed before Wii, Hybrids existed before Switch. I mean, this can't be too hard of a concept to grasp. The "new" you guys are referring to is making it practical like I've sad numerous times before.
If you have to ask me to give examples of past hybrid consoles then, no harm done...probably shouldn't be in this conversation.Last edited by Ljink96 - on 27 December 2019