Tomorrow morning (October 20) at 7amPT/10amET, Nintendo will release the first trailer for the NX, its next console.
An upcoming Nintendo Direct focused on 3DS games will take place this Thursday, September 1st at 10AM Eastern Time. Nintendo’s press release notes that “NX will not be discussed or revealed in this broadcast.”
Last week on Kotaku Splitscreen, Jason and I talked about whether or not it’ll really matter if Nintendo’s NX is less powerful than the competition.
As Sony and Microsoft battle over who has the most teraflops, Nintendo’s hardware makers may be taking a different approach. The next Nintendo console, code-named NX, is a portable system with detachable controllers and a docking station for TV gaming, according to a new report from Eurogamer.
Nintendo just announced that the Nintendo NX will be out in March 2017. That release window is global.
After being delayed from its original 2015 release date, the new upcoming Zelda game won’t make this year, either. Nintendo announced today that the game is now scheduled for 2017.
A supposed leak full of sensitive Nintendo information published earlier this week on the message board NeoGAF looked a little more solid this morning thanks to some new corroboration. If it’s all true, we may be seeing Nintendo’s next console—along with both Wii U and NX versions of Zelda—later this year.
The eagerly awaited follow-up to Dragon Quest X is headed to the PlayStation 4, the 3DS, and Nintendo’s upcoming console, the NX.
Reiterating the company’s position from last month, Nintendo of America president Reggie Fils-Aime told Nintendo fans today that the gaming giant won’t be discussing its “new dedicated game platform, code name NX” until 2016. Notice they don’t specify whether it is a console or handheld.
I was away on holiday in Japan when Nintendo said its first words about its new console, code-named the NX. Actually, I was climbing a mountain. But in the week since, I’ve had plenty of time for serious and not-so-serious conversations about what it might be and what it might do.