Nathanial Rumphol-Janc

A veteran in the video game media sphere, Nathanial co-founded Gamnesia, founded MetroidWiki.org, ran the news the segment on the Zelda Universe Podcast, found and ran Zelda Domain from 1998 to 2006, and built Zelda Informer as the Editor-in-Chief from 2008 to 2017. He now owns and operates Nintendo Prime. You can follow him on twitter @NateJanc, otherwise just stay tuned at Nintendo Prime for more of his work.

  • Chris Jagucki

    I think it’s fine if Nintendo wants to continue to support the 3DS/2DS until the Switch is more mainstream, but they need to retire the 3DS/2DS at some point because I feel it’s a consensus that Switch owners who also already own a 3DS/2DS are losing interest in it. I firmly believe Nintendo is going to squeeze as much money as they can out of the 3DS/2DS until they start to lose money because 3DS/2DS owners/users are migrating to the Switch and interest in the handheld continues to drop with sales. The Switch will replace the 3DS/2DS eventually, but only when a majority of 3DS/2DS owners own a Switch.

  • XNinja169

    There are still few switch users out there and the games they offer can’t just replace 3ds library of games. Maybe in a year when more people get switch and more games actually replace the 3ds games.