I by no means think they should definitely try to go down that road, but I'm curious to know what you guys think would happen if they did. What I mean by this, is imagine if Nintendo made a new game console in say... 2022, to replace the Switch, as well as fully compete against the PS5 & Xbox Scarlett. I'd love to hear all of your thoughts and opinions on this idea.
For this console, they decide to make it more advanced than the competition because they have an extra 2 years of R&D (the same thing that happened with Super Nintendo vs. Sega Genesis), have a traditional controller using the same design that the other consoles have used for over 15-20 years; no motion control magic wands, no tablet controllers with useless touch screens, no attaching little NES controllers to each side of a grip thing.
They also approach major 3rd-party game developers and give them development kits and ask for their suggestions for the console, thus having more support from them, which enables them to have all the major multi-platform games available on Nintendo consoles in addition to the other 2 guys.
Also, they change their philosophy to fit the other 2 a little more. They stop caring about being family-friendly only, and start developing a shit ton more T-rated & M-rated Nintendo IPs (which is what I think they should've started doing with the N64), as well as advertising mature multi-plats on their website and in their press releases, so they can finally get rid of that kiddie image they've had for over 20 years now, and which still persists to this day. Of course, they'd still be making Mario, Zelda, Kirby, etc., so they won't be leaving kids out, but they will be a lot more balanced in that regard.