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Switch/Switch 2 wishlist Empty Switch/Switch 2 wishlist

April 21st 2022, 12:19 pm
I know a Switch successor isn’t actually announced yet but I was wondering what you guys are hoping for from the Switch here on out including it’s eventual successor.
For me I just want the successor to be the Switch but better carry everything the Switch started (icons, games, features, ect.)
As for the Switch moving forward I want Themes, a message app to message friends, and the option to purchase order titles like how it was for VC because I just don’t feel the ambition to play any NSO games knowing I’m just basically renting them, I want to play Paper Mario, Banjo, Earthbound and so on on the go, but I just don’t because I don’t actually own them. It would be cool if Nintendo offered a discount like the WiiU days if your subscribed to NSO for these games to like $1, $1.50, and $2 for NES SNES and N64 respectively.

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Switch/Switch 2 wishlist Empty Re: Switch/Switch 2 wishlist

April 22nd 2022, 2:45 pm
Or, better yet, a one-time fee for permanent access to the apps, including every new game added, even without an NSO subscription; this is like how other recent DLC is free for subscribers, with the option to purchase for non-subscribers or those who’d prefer to keep them in their library.

I’d be fine with each app having a separate purchase price, since not every owner likes the same classic consoles (I have more nostalgia for the Nintendo 64 and Game Boy series, and to a lesser extent the Super Nintendo, than the original NES console).

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