Having done a better job of getting the newer SNES Classic into the hands of consumers, Nintendo looks to bring back the NES Classic system on June 29th to satisfy those that missed out on the initial release.
It was a bit of a shock to some when Doom made its way to the Switch in late 2017. The presence of more mature content on a platform many considered to be geared at a younger audience showed gamers just how serious Nintendo was about bringing hot games to the Switch.
For all of those parents still referring to Xbox and Playstation consoles as “Nintendoes,” Nintendo would like you to know that even their own systems are not “Nintendoes.”
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Our Nintendo Event TL;DR
As many avid gamers already know, Nintendo held a live event tonight (Thursday, January 12). They discussed and revealed some of the big things coming and unveiled some of the mystery behind their new console: Switch. When it comes to Nintendo and innovation, they haven’t had a great track record. That could all change on March 3rd when the Switch launches!
The dream of the 80’s and 90’s is alive
Those of us that were alive around the advent of home console and handheld gaming no doubt have a love for retro games. We talk about kids growing up these days, how they’ll never understand what it was to play a handheld with an external light to see the screen. They don’t need cables to trade Pokemon. And they may never know of games with better stories than graphics.