sjmartin

sjmartin

Nintendo Gamer for almost 30 years

Comments (11)

Re: Soapbox: A Nintendo Fan's Hopes and Dreams for the NX

sjmartin

What an excellent article! And I agree with/support about 75% of what you've said here. Definitely want a hybrid device. It just makes sense. No reason for Nintendo to support two devices anymore. If they could focus on games for one device, droughts would be a thing of the past.
I think a 3DS-like controller for the NX is the perfect thing. Two screens for gaming on the go, motion/gyro controls for things like Splatoon, all the buttons you need.

Re: Say Hello To The Nintendo 2DS - A 3DS without 3D

sjmartin

All the people who are claiming Nintendo has made a mistake or that it's an ugly system need to realize Nintendo didn't make this system for them. They made it for the 4-8 year olds who want to play Pokémon and Mario, but their parents are worried about getting them a system they could break or a system with 3D that they shouldn't be looking at anyway. This is a genius idea, and I already know three parents who are planning to get this for their kids. Nintendo will see dollar signs from this.
Internet trolls need to take a break, pause for a minute, and let logic prevail before posting whatever useless idea pops in their head.
And while people are at it, the editors here at NintendoLife may want to go back and edit their articles so their things about the 2DS don't make them look as uninformed as they do right now.

Re: Nintendo 2DS is Actually Made With Just One Screen

sjmartin

Thank you @ScorpionMG for being one of the few intelligent people to realize that the 2DS is for children. Plain and simple.
All the people who are claiming Nintendo has made a mistake or that it's an ugly system need to realize Nintendo didn't make this system for them. They made it for the 4-8 year olds who want to play Pokémon and Mario, but their parents are worried about getting them a system they could break or a system with 3D that they shouldn't be looking at anyway.
Internet trolls need to take a break, pause for a minute, and let logic prevail before posting whatever useless idea pops in their head.
And while people are at it, the editors here at NintendoLife may want to go back and edit their articles so their things about the 2DS don't make them look as uninformed as they do right now.