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Switch Fans Should Expect A Longer Console Life Cycle, Miyamoto Says

In an investor call, Nintendo Director and Creative Lead Shigeru Miyamoto laid out some ambitious plans for the Nintendo Switch. Typically, home consoles experience involved life spans of about five to six years. Miyamoto wants the Switch to have a life that extends well beyond what other competitors may be anticipating for their own home consoles and aspires to have a Nintendo Switch owned by everyone in the Japan, US, and Europe.
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