Ars Technica: "One small design change could have revolutionized the portable gaming market."
This is a bit nicer design concept ... at this point however Nintendo can do pretty much what they want with the 3ds. Have this bundled with pokemon, stick a silhouette of a rare pokemon at the back= million sold
It could be called the Nintendo SS (Single Screen) or Nintendo sal Schutz: Himmler Edition or mein nintendo nicht 2 Bildschirme mehr. either way we know this will not be called Nintendo SS due to my reasons pointed out.
If you were going for a joke, you should have made it shorter. If you were making a serious response, I'm curious as to who the heck you're responding to.
This will make a nice door stopper
Damn you beat me to it an hour ago. Facepalm.
Ive seen this joke on every article about the 2s, its old
This is exactly what I said in another thread. A single screen would have given them the ability to play existing games as well as offering the potential for new capabilities that are either difficult or impossible to do with the current dual screen setup.
now just remove the wedge!
Funny thing is... it already IS one giant touch screen, they're using the borders and case to simulate the look of a 3DS, which makes sense from a certain point of view (despide XLs size, its the same resolution). http://www.usgamer.net/arti...
I missed that. I just don't get how they could miss such an opportunity, this is really stupid.
it just look stupid with the divider at the middle..
this is a much better design choice. The official design makes no sense.
I like the concept, but they're not going to add "full screen touch" for a new model. They didn't even added in the second circle pad into the XL. I expect a tablet with two circle pads for Nintendo's 9th gen handheld.
It looks even worse with one screen. What would be the point of getting to touch the top screen be anyway? It wouldn't do anything.
I think that is pretty nice looking. I believe it would have even sold really well with the tablet crowd. The only thing it is missing is an extra analog stick and the Nintendo Tablet would be great.
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