Not as described here, no. They are both (apparently) tagged NX but the 'handheld NX' is just the next gameboy. Hell we're lucky we got those in color before 2010 with Nintendo's reluctance to keep with the times.The NX is the new handheld, right?
If so, I really do hope they put some effort into the tech. The $40 Moto E I was forced to use for a few months before I upgraded could play games that looked far, far better than anything my 3DS puts out. And that's $40 without contract.
Maybe. Nintendo seems to be unfocused: game delays, vague nx details, late to the ap market, weak amiibo support, partners with DeNA, announces tv and film and theme park plans...I am fairly certain NX isn't going to get released until 2017 and its going to vastly disappoint everyone.
Hmmm.... family market in a very different way is not an inspiring thing to sayarticle_sl said:Ubisoft is the first Western third-party publisher to pledge support to the NX by announcing a Just Dance title for the platform. The announcement was made on stage during Ubisoft's E3 press conference and EMEA boss Alain Corre told MCV that the firm is working closely with Nintendo on the project.
"We have always appreciated the relationship with Nintendo, the co-creation and the fact that they are really concentrating on quality - they have fantastic brands," he told MCV at Ubisoft's E3 booth in Los Angeles.
"And they are addressing the family market in a very different way, their own way, which we appreciate. We have done a lot of products and successes with Nintendo in the past, and we believe that the NX will recapture a lot of the lapsed Wii players. So we will see when they release it, but we are confident."
article_sl said:Nintendo's upcoming NX will be a portable, handheld console with detachable controllers, a number of sources have confirmed to Eurogamer.
On the move, NX will function as a high-powered handheld console with its own display. So far so normal - but here's the twist: we've heard the screen is bookended by two controller sections on either side, which can be attached or detached as required.
Then, when you get home, the system can connect to your TV for gaming on the big screen.
A base unit, or dock station, is used to connect the brain of the NX - within the controller - to display on your TV.