Nintendo To Release HandHeld Device?: News On Nintendo MH Existence, Patent Filed And Possible Combo With Nintendo NX Revealed

By Roleen Delos Reyes , Updated May 26, 2016 01:08 AM EDT

The Nintendo DS might have an off-spring soon, at least that's what they all say. The console rumor mills continue to turn for "Nintendo" as a new hand-portable device coded as "Nintendo" MH is predicted to hit the market. As the path for "Nintendo" NX is paved, a few rocky theories that a certain "Nintendo" MH will also premiere to the agonizing excitement of gamers.

However, the rumor fire is quickly smoked out after Dr. Serkan Toto of Kantan Games clarified the issue. According to Gematsu, the supposed report citing news on "Nintendo" MH is nothing more than a figment of a predictive imagination. "Nintendo" MH is merely a suggestion for the console's exploratory future apart from the "Nintendo" 3DS.

IGN also reported on the theoretical nature of the "Nintendo" MH. While avid fans hold on to the report, similar analysis reports are usually produced by agencies such as Morgan Stanley Japan to help and guide investments. An E3 announcement plans are a no-go for "Nintendo"; President Tatsumi Kimishima reiterates on focusing all of its energy on raising the hype on "Nintendo" NX before its March 2017 release.

To further put the rumor chips on the "Nintendo" portable rumor in place, Ars Technica managed expectation by citing that the "Nintendo" MH and "Nintendo" fusion is now a big possibility. However, it should be treated as a separate and temporary titles for now. Previously, a patent file is also leaked that is showing a curved screen design of a portable "Nintendo" device, initially associated to "Nintendo" NX.

While the "Nintendo"MH future stays unclear, the gaming radar is not steering clear of it. After all, as any game company, "Nintendo" will wish to bulk up its fiscal profile to keep the company afloat especially after the low performance of "Nintendo" Wii U.

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