45,821JaxonH4 days ago @Ralizah @Snaplocket When I bought my Vita in 2012, I had no problem moving over from 3DS. I was playing Unit 13, Wipeout, Assassins Creed 3 Liberation and Uncharted Golden Abyss. It felt great to graduate to a slicker, more capable handheld which (at least at the time) seemed as if it would have a better library of games. Unfortunately, like the Wii U, it fell off about 2 years later. Wii U still got some heavy hitters from Nintendo but Vita support just dried up. There were still a few 3rd party stragglers but, man it got barren quick. I look at my Vita Collection, and the vast majority is from those first couple years (kinda like Wii U with 3rd party games- they’re opposites yet nearly identical). The cult following is because up until Switch, it was the slickest handheld available. The library wasn’t as good as 3DS but you could mod it and do all kinds of cool stuff with it. Use normal microSD, etc. typically Nintendo fans move on to the next system immediately, but then again that’s because most of their ideas haven’t stood the test of time. With Switch, I think we’re going to see a similar effect. Wii and Wii U... people were ready for something different. But unless they follow up with a hybrid successor (and I truly hope they do) there’s going to be a lingering base of diehards that continue playing switch for years to come even after its successor releases. I’ll be one of them. The hybrid concept is too good to abandon. If Nintendo insists on reinventing the wheel for the sake of “surprise and delight“, I’ll buy their new system (always do), but if it can’t do both handheld and console, I can guarantee you I’ll be playing Switch for years after the fact... decades even. Potentially the rest of my life. PLAYING NS: The Witcher 3, Luigis Mansion 3, Super Monkey Ball, DQXIS, Ori and the Blind Forest MOST EXCITED FOR NS: Metroid Prime 4, Zelda BotW 2, Xenoblade, Trials of Mana, Outer Worlds, Bayonetta 3 PS4: FFVII Remake X1: Cyberpunk 2077 Jesus is Lord.