By Dan Chiappini
Atari founder believes single-function devices are losing their relevance; industry veteran is more positive about virtual-reality experiences.
Atari founder Nolan Bushnell has said that he believes Nintendo may be facing a “path to irrelevance” with its current products.
Speaking with the BBC as part of the Campus Party developer event being held in the UK, Bushnell said he thinks the time for single-function gaming devices has passed, and that the device marketplace is simplifying.
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