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There is nothing quite like seeing a new Nintendo console in person, especially if it’s an upcoming system that has been in development for several years.
The Wii U was an exciting step forward for the company, which launched its first console back in 2011 and has been continuously improving on that platform ever since.
It had been the company’s mainstay since the release of the Wii in 2012, but that was before the Wii U went on sale in March 2016.
Nintendo has released several new systems, including the 3DS, the Wii, and the Nintendo Switch, but the 3D console is now seen as its last big opportunity to truly break out of the 3Ds-only mold.
But it is not the only Nintendo system that will go on sale later this year, as the company is also planning to launch a second-generation version of its console.
The NX was originally slated to launch in 2018, but its launch was delayed by several months due to an internal conflict, which resulted in the game being pushed back to 2020.
However, the NX was later confirmed to be coming to the US on April 1, and now Nintendo is expecting a new console to be available on that date.
It’s expected to be called the NX-01 and will be powered by a new processor, an 8GB RAM, and a “new, advanced wireless processor”.
The NX-1 will also feature a more powerful GPU than the NX, with an unspecified “next-generation graphics core”.
Nintendo has also confirmed that the new system will feature a “small form factor” design, but has not said how much of that is made up of the NX chip.
Nintendo is also working on a new home entertainment system called the NX-01, which will be announced later this month.
The new device will feature an “all-new” remote control that is supposed to allow players to control a variety of Nintendo home entertainment devices, such as the Wii Remote, Nintendo Switch Controller, and Nintendo 3DS.