People have been (unreasonably and irrationally) begging, hoping, and praying for the Nintendo 3DS to "die" since the Nintendo Switch was announced, and it seems that despite Nintendo's repeated insistence that they would support the Nintendo 3DS alongside the Switch, that these people are about to get their wish, as it was recently announced that there was "nothing new" to announce regarding the release of first-party 3DS software. In much the same way as Sony stopped supporting the Vita, Nintendo have now stopped supporting the 3DS, leaving it to third parties to fill in the gaps if they so choose. With Limited Run Games promising physical 3DS releases in much the same way they have been releasing physical Vita titles it seems that the support for the system is unlikely to come to a complete halt anytime soon, but with Atlus' Persona Q2: New Cinema Labyrinth being the only new game on the horizon (correct me if I'm wrong on this, because I can't find any additional information about upcoming 3DS titles) it seems the 3DS has finally been all but decommissioned. Is this long overdue, or are you sad to see the 3DS go? Would you like to see a proper handheld successor - either in the form of the much rumoured "Switch Mini" or another handheld with two screens - in the future, or should Nintendo be focusing exclusively on the Switch?