They did not appear at E3, but will we see one or more Switch revisions by Christmas?
Bowser echoes previous sentiment of Reggie Fils-Aime, cites Animal Crossing delay as proof of anti-crunch stance, but what about the actual developers in Japan?
In the first Nintendo Direct for Doug Bowser since stepping into Reggie Fils-Aime's shoes, Nintendo unleashed a bevy of software, including a new Animal Crossing for Switch finally.
IHS Markit analyst Piers-Harding Rolls tells GameDaily that he doesn't see dedicated games hardware going anywhere for a long time.
Software sales cruise along mightily, but a more reserved hardware sales estimate for 2019-2020 and confused hardware messaging shows that Nintendo is reacting to previous mistakes.
The mashup marks a shift in Nintendo's attitude towards streaming, as the publisher has been slow to embrace one of this generation's biggest features.
Monolith Soft will handle a new Zelda game after working on Breath of the Wild, and Nintendo seems to be getting more comfortable handing larger properties to third-party studios.
The two new models will reportedly be marketed as 'premium' and as a replacement for the 3DS, as Nintendo's beloved handheld console continues to wind down.