@onesiphorus: A 15,000 square foot Nintendo Store would be pretty nice.
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@Solaryellow: I’ve never been to the store in New York, but hope you’re right in that the Hollywood store is better!
@KBFloYd: I hope to see you at the grand opening! I’m 20 miles away so I will definitely be there. You’re welcome and thank you for your positivity!
I wanted to share some cool news with the GameSpot community and that is that Nintendo is bringing another “world store” to California.
Nintendo Hollywood store is coming to Universal CityWalk and will be on a comparable level to the current Nintendo New York store in New York City.
The specific location which is currently expected for the store, is replacing the former Saddle Ranch restaurant, just outside of the Universal Studios Hollywood theme park.
(Please note, this is an original story, exclusive to me and as a result, the only way to properly share it, is to provide a link directly to the Paul Gale Network article itself. I also know however, that some websites are sensitive about people submitting their own content as it could be seen as spam or self promotion. If this is the case, I apologize and you can go ahead and delete/edit/lock this thread. I have no problem adhering to any rules, but did not know how to otherwise share this news with this community. Thank you.)
Now that that is out of the way, who else is pumped for another store and is definitely planning to check it out!?
@GameboyTroy: If it's the right amount of space, Nintendo could go with either type of storage. If the system goes to high capacity cartridges, perhaps not much storage would be necessary on the system, since the carts could save their own save files. However, it's good to have an SSD or HDD of some type, regardless, and be of a decent size, because there's always going to be both downloadable content and things to get on eShop. I wonder what route they'll take...
@jcrame10: Splatoon was definitely a step in the right direction. I think that fresh new ip can only help them. Build the NX to be something cool and exciting with exclusive new stuff that comes out as well as updating classic franchises. Add to that, hopefully a powerful enough of a system to run what the competition's got 3rd party wise...and they'll be set!
@jcrame10: @jcrame10: I agree and good points. I would really like to see Nintendo hit it out of the park with the NX. I'd be very happy with a powerful machine from Nintendo that delivered both top notch, stunning looking games based off their own ip, as well as the majority of the third party offerings out there.
@bonesawisready5: I definitely think that Nintendo can make the NX line a new thing. That's why in the video I was calling it NX 1 or Infinite 1. Have a line of home consoles and portable hardware, updating every several years. We'll see how close all of our speculating is to what Big N's got cooking...hopefully by March, 2016.
@jcrame10: At what power level would you want the NX to have at the very least (compared say to Xbox One and PS4)?
@bonesawisready5: Thank you for including a lot of depth in your posts. I definitely think it's possible that the NX will be a powerful machine, but whether that means the Home version is significantly higher up in specs than the Go one (assuming there is two) or both are pretty similar, thus neither being too far beyond PS4/XBox One...remains to be seen.
@csward: Thank you and yeah, probably more likely than not, the system won't be called NX. If they want to turn it into "Nintendo Infinite" though...maybe they'd come up with a similar logo. That's a big maybe though. Fun to speculate though. Thanks again for the positive comment!
@da_ledster: I'd like to reply to you, because I enjoy commenting with each person on the topic, but it doesn't look like what you wrote came out. What did you want to say?