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Your own Nintendo Design; Winner gets a AWESOME prize!
Topic Started: Jul 2 2015, 02:52 AM (1,671 Views)
DarkLink
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So here it is: THE NINTENDO NX PYRAMID!

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1. It comes in a red/grey theme similar to the 25th anniversary edition to stand out
2. It ships with a Wii U/NX Pro Controller, but works with all the current Wii and Wii U controllers, except the GamePad, that's a thing of the past.
3. It is completely downward compatible.
- The Gamecube is integrated at the top with 4 Gamecube Controller Slots
- The Wii, Wii U, and NX Engine is at the bottom
- To make it more exiting for retro gamers you can open the top of the pyramid system and dock on a N64 optionally
- All SNES, NES Content is downloadable
4. The Amibos can now be placed inside a Amibo Chamber inside the console and it is backlit.
5. The specs can now compete with the competition with 2 TB Harddrive, 64 GB and of course, a Blu Ray Player.

Guess that would be kind of what I would be expecting in my dreams :D
Edited by DarkLink, Jul 7 2015, 05:53 AM.
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DarkLink
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Just to clarify, my system is meant to be in 3D. My drawing skills just are pre-school level.
Also thanks alot bdr, nice gesture but I am in the PAL Region and will skip on my choice to the next one in line.
I guess that just makes more sense
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