It's been a rough decade for Nintendo. From 2007 to 2013, the stock lost 80% of its value, as the Wii proved to be a short-term trend and the high-def follow up, Wii U, disappointed gamers. More recently, over the summer, the success of Pokémon GO--which Nintendo sees some profit from-- gave investors hope that a turnaround was in store, but by October, over 60% of players had abandoned the game. Now, Nintendo is unveiling its latest project, the Nintendo Switch. Could this be the big beak the game maker has been looking for? Yahoo tech editor Dan Howley joins us to discuss.