Ever since the dawn of the NX, we've had so many different little abbreviations. Here's some examples:
TFLOP: A measurement of graphical measurement that means absolutely everything when it comes down to game quality. If the Switch can't hit 2 TFLOPs and sell for $250, then it'll "flop."
NDA: When a company is under one of these, it means that there's a Nintendo Ninja in their building that will threaten to kill everyone if the company leaks any classified information about the Switch.
SKU: An option for buying consoles. For example, New 3DS and 2DS.
NX: Nintendo X, Nintendo Cross, Nintendo "Xtreme," etc.
NS: Nintendo Switch for people who have heard "NX" for the longest time and can't get it out of their head.
BoTW: The Switch's 1st party launch game… oh wait.
SMD: The most unreliable source in the entire world.
LKD: Laura Kate Dale, the new Emily Rogers. Everything she says is confirmed.
Can you think of anything else?
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