It seems like there will be a trend of video game companies giving their new consoles incredibly dumb, confusing names. It started with the Wii-U (KC Stanfield still has no idea what the U means or stands for) and then Microsoft came out with their number defying Xbox One. But the New Nintendo 3DS has to take the cake.
No name could confuse a potential consumer more. For instance, “Nintendo announced a new New Nintendo 3DS” is a sentence that could be a headline in the future if they stick with that God awful name. Despite making video game journalism slightly more difficult—to help drive this point, He's not going to simplify it for this article—the New Nintendo 3DS shouldn’t even exist yet to begin with.