Quality AND quantity?
A little over seven years ago, Nintendo made a big, but understated move that would go on to have an enormous impact on its future: it unified its handheld and console divisions. At the time, this just seemed like a move that would allow the two kinds of development teams to better share ideas and development resources, but there were also rumours floating about that suggested the company was doing this to gear up for a new unified hardware concept. Some expected this would mean a hybrid kind of hardware, while others predicted that games would be made which could play on both a hypothetical future Nintendo console or handheld. As it would happen, both groups ended up being right, in a way. Nintendo officially unveiled the Switch itself a little over three years after the merging of its divisions, while it unveiled the Switch Lite about a year ago.
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