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Rumor: Nintendo NX will be a reboot for Nintendo

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Peer Schneider, one of the founders of the international magazine IGN.com, has unveiled new details on Nintendo NX, the new Nintendo gaming platform.

Nintendo NX Logo

It was expected that Nintendo would made its official NX console expected during the month of September, but perhaps the presentation of the new models of PS4 may have changed their plans. The Kyoto company are very close to announcing its new console of Nintendo NX that could happen throughout the month of October.

There are still rumors happening about the new Nintendo NX to be presented throughout October, possibly to appear on the market in March 2017, before the end of the fiscal year for Kyoto. The latest reports seem to confirm the return of cartridges to the model for games, the resolution of the remote screen and the date of final departure for the system.

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A course developer working on a new game for Nintendo NX has confirmed that the console is “reboot” for Nintendo in the market, suggesting that games will be released in cartridges, something that has not happened since the Nintendo 64 in 1996.

According to reports, after talking to one of the console developers, NX will be like a reboot for Nintendo (perhaps in reference to the use of cartridges, editor’s note) while the 720p resolution was described as “very credible” and “very highly likely”.

To conclude, this developer has said he has heard that the console will be released worldwide throughout the month of March, and recent leaks could place its departure for the March 4, where Amazon had located off the amiibo figures of The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild, a launch title for Nintendo NX.

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