Nintendo’s next console is a throwback, says analyst
Nintendo’s future consoles have always been aimed at nostalgia.
But its new flagship, the NX, is going to be different.
As the company seeks to reinvent the console industry, it has to do so in a way that’s also unique to it, according to analyst Brian Straus, chief technology officer at PCMark.
Straus says the NX is aiming to bring a unique twist to the industry, while still sticking with the Nintendo way.
Nintendo’s latest console, the Nintendo Switch, will be available for purchase on Nov. 14.
It’s a console that will give consumers an entirely new way to play the games they love.
But while the console is aiming at gamers who already own Nintendo Switch consoles, it’s also aimed at the many other people who want a new, portable console.
In an interview with the Wall Street Journal, Straus said Nintendo will offer an entirely different experience than the Switch, which is a hybrid gaming console.
For example, Nintendo’s Switch can play all of the current Nintendo games and applications, including a range of Nintendo games coming out for the Switch in the future, he said.
It will also work with Nintendo Switch accessories and will be able to run games on its own TV.
As Straus explained, it won’t be just Nintendo’s current games and apps that will run on the new console, but many other games as well.
This will be the first time that Nintendo has actually released a game in a portable form, he added.
Straus said that Nintendo’s biggest challenge right now is how to make the Switch portable, since the company can’t sell it to consumers without the help of other manufacturers.
That means it has no way to sell Nintendo Switch games outside of Japan, where Nintendo already sells some games.
That’s going to change with the Switch’s launch.
In addition to selling the Switch at retail, Nintendo will release its first game on Nov, 21, for a launch price of $79.99.
The game will be called The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild.
The Nintendo Switch version will come in a black, gray, blue, and silver color scheme, while the Nintendo TV version will be a white-and-gray color scheme.
Nintendo has also confirmed that it will release another game for the Nintendo 3DS on Nov., 21.
This game will focus on the game characters Link, Zelda, and the rest of the Link family.
The Switch will also have a new console game called Animal Crossing: amiibo, a series of downloadable characters for the new Nintendo Switch.
It’ll be available in two versions, a $49.99 version for those who already have an Animal Crossing license, and a $39.99, $59.99 and $69.99 versions for those looking to get the Animal Crossing amiibos for free.
While it will take some time for Nintendo to bring the Switch to stores, Strauss said he expects it to be available sometime in 2019.
That would make it the first console in the industry to ship out to consumers for at least four years.
It’s unclear how many consoles Nintendo will sell, but Straus expects the Switch will sell around 3 million units by the end of the year.
That number is up from the roughly 2 million units Nintendo sold last year.
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