<+Clu> Silverhawk79 is just wrong for me
Started by Tupin, August 29, 2014, 06:28:35 PM
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Quote from: SkyMylTuppy frightens me with his knowledge of legacy technology.
Quote from: Tupin on August 29, 2014, 06:28:35 PMSo, how about that New 3DS XL?
Quote from: Viewtifulboy on March 11, 2013, 07:28:20 AMGood job! I, Viewtifulboy, declare you the CHAMPION!
Quote from: The Riddler on August 31, 2014, 02:50:04 PMare you people complaininggameboy pocket to gameboy color was a minor graphical update with exclusive games after about 27 months3dsXL to n3ds/xl is a minor graphical update with more powerful processing, 3d viewing from any angle, more button inputs, and amiibo support, after about 27 monthsdid you all ninny when the gameboy color came out?
Quote from: Neerb on August 31, 2014, 05:05:09 PMA lot of people are complaining that the New 3DS is coming out.I'm just complaining they don't have an American release planned yet.I super want that thing; Xenoblade portable, tiny C-stick, faster downloads, NFC, ZL and ZR... so good...
Quote from: The Riddler on August 31, 2014, 11:51:48 PMJust a timeline:Gameboy Pocket to Gameboy Color: Two years. Added color.Gameboy Advance to Gameboy Advance SP: Two years. Added lighting and a folding design.Gameboy Advance SP to Gameboy Advance SP Model 2: One year. Added a backlight and a brightness switch.Gameboy Advance SP to Gameboy Micro: Two years. Removed features in favor of a small size.All updates within the same line, all two years apart, with the exception of SP to SP2.Nintendo DS to DS Lite: Two years. Increased processing and graphics. Nintendo DS Lite to DSi: Two years. Removes gameboy support and adds a camera.Nintendo DSi to DSiXL: One year. Made it bigger.Nintendo DSiXL to to 3DS: Two years - different consoleNintendo 3DS to 3DSXL: One year. Made it bigger. Nintendo 3DSXL to New 3DS/XL: Two years. Adds viewing from all angles, amiibo support, extra inputs, and stronger hardware.All the same line, all two years apart except DSI to DSIXL and 3DS to 3DSXL, which were both size upgrades.This has always been Nintendo's time frame for handheld updates and releases. This is actually one of the most significant changes between same-line consoles. Stop complaining.
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