Let it die?

Let it die, let it die! Let it shrivel up and
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Re: Should the 3DS die?
« Reply #40 on: April 08, 2019, 11:30:57 PM »
Can we get some Fs in the chat for completing the original M&L trilogy in the 3DS style
As criminally underrated and overlooked Partners in Time is, I don't want a remake.  At least, not yet.  I want a new game.  We haven't gotten one since January 2016.  I'm gonna be that guy who actually prefers M&L to Paper Mario and demand a Mario & Luigi 6 for Switch.


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Re: Should the 3DS die?
« Reply #41 on: April 22, 2019, 09:37:16 PM »
I mean I don't want it to die because I just got one, but a lot of people don't know whether it should die to let the Switch be the only handheld and let Nintendo be more focused on making games for it, or let it grow live so that there is a cheap alternative to the Switch and gets an even bigger library and longer lifespan.

What do you think?

A lot of other people still have their 3ds's.
Nintendo just doesn't really care if it dies out since they
have the Nintendo Switch to care for but still, people
with the Nintendo 3ds still buy stuff on it and
technically still give a lot of money to the
Nintendo Company... and besides, it
feels like it dies out when you don't play
it as much... and who said "a lot of people don't know whether it should die" ,
a lot of those people think that is because
they probably don't have the system (3ds)  :-\ .