Ned Monk comments

Posted in: Nintendo's Switch faces French claim of 'planned obsolescence' See in context

They don’t make them like they used to. I have a Nintendo Famicom, released in 1983, which is still working fine after 37 years and could easily last another 37 more. But any system built in the last twenty years won’t last like that.

I completely and wholeheartedly agree. As with all invented things (ranging from automobiles to entertainment tech), the almighty dollar speaks loud and is evermore and more voracious in appetite. It consumes almost all care and quality and is only concerned about making more of itself while only giving out the slightest possible blessing of durability and longevity.

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