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Will The NX Have Varying Models With Different Processors And Chips?

on September 8th 2015, 11:34 am
There are rumors that there's going to be four or five different models of NX with different processors and chips that will be available. Much like computers, but I for one hope this isn't true as the more budget versions would likely be missing key features and have incredibly watered-down graphics. What are your opinions on this matter?

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on September 8th 2015, 12:24 pm
the rumor i heard was NX was the 3DS sucessor being more powerful then the wiiu and allows crossbuy/save coming in spring 2017, meanwhile the WiiU successor will be an add on to NX making it more powerful, but not needed unless you want the "next gen experience"

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on September 8th 2015, 6:00 pm
Why do I have a feeling the industry is going to go down the crapper with Nintendo leading the way down to the sewers. Mad

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Re: Will The NX Have Varying Models With Different Processors And Chips?

on October 12th 2015, 9:35 pm
@Ragnarok wrote:Why do I have a feeling the industry is going to go down the crapper with Nintendo leading the way down to the sewers. Mad
Um...why so much doom and gloom? Crying or Very sad

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on October 12th 2015, 9:49 pm
It will be Nintendos NXT handheld! Very Happy

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