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Nintendo recently announced that it is finally ready to showcase the NX. It will be revealed tomorrow, October 20, at 7 a.m. PT via a three-minute preview trailer. The company has also confirmed through its website that the NX is a “home game system.” According to some reports, its final name will be unveiled tomorrow as well. With the announcement coming in a few hours, it’s only a matter of time until we get a first glimpse of it.
Red Dead 2 trailer is also tomorrow... Hmm...
I'm not really excited.
I hope it's good. I'd like it to be good. But man it's been a long long time since the Wii came out and Nintendo hasn't been worth it lately.
If it's the new handheld: Need to get it for Pokemon / Fire Emblem games.
If it's the new home console: Need to get it for Zelda / Smash games.
I guess since the new Zelda is already announced for the NX and Wii U that it will be home console. Though a gamepad-like hybrid would be great and save some money
On October 20 2016 23:12 PhoenixVoid wrote:
Actually pretty cool you can detach and play on the go, but then the question is about the battery life and hardware. Skyrim on it should be a sign that Nintendo is opening doors to third party devs, which is sorely needed I think. Either way, doesn't look too bad.
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