Burrito of Peace wrote on Jan 12, 2017, 06:52:
Nintendo would first have to compete with the other two and actually innovate for that statement to be true.
I think they've accepted the fact that they don't compete with the other two and that's why they DO innovate. They're the first to bring split screen and motion to foray. They're trying something different again and I applaud them. When you hear that mobile and tablet gaming is eating away at the other two, Nintendo saw that as a potential opportunity. I will say, though, that if the Switch isn't successful that I wouldn't be surprised if this is the final Nintendo console.