WE'RE TRYING a third time, and we're hoping to strike it lucky with this one.
While a few people agree with us, we're generally just not just striking a chord, and the comments have been negative, as well as hurtful. As well as the usual calls to resign, one person even called us "a bag of liquid dump".
Anyway, not to be dissuaded, another strong piece of post-E3 critique we've arrived at is how strong Nintendo's next console offering, the NX, is shaping up to be.
1. It'll be more innovative
The announcement of Project Scorpio from Microsoft and the PS4 Neo from Sony has shown that the two industry giants' approach to the future is to keep throwing technology at it. Nintendo doesn't work that way: look at the massive success the Wii found with its new approach to control, or the DS with its two screens. Every time Nintendo hasn't properly innovated (take the Wii U or Gamecube as examples), it has had limited success.
The best ‘no smoke without fire' kind of rumours surrounding the NX - talk of handheld and living room console hybrid, cartridge functionality or even a revamped controller design - all suggest that Nintendo won't be making the same mistake as last time, and putting out something that sets it apart from the crowd.
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Let the mediocre times roll
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