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4 months ago

After the Wii U fiasco, Nintendo nails it

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After the Wii U fiasco, Nintendo nails it with their hybrid gaming console Switch. The vibrant display, innovative multi-scheme controller, and intuitive design were refreshing features. However, its mediocre battery life and overpriced games were a huge let down for me.
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4 months ago

Tough not to like a device that actually provides so much

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It’s tough not to like a device that actually provides both a portable handheld and home console experience in one package. I find the graphics almost mimic those of last-gen consoles (all things considered), and the dual controller thingy is great for quick multiplayer games.
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2 months ago

The Nintendo Switch is a great starter or secondary console.

The Nintendo Switch is a great starter or secondary console. It has a solid lineup of games, and active first and third party support. The build quality is excellent, and it looks good too. It's a very enjoyable console, and I don't regret anything.
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4 months ago

There’s a lot I like about Nintendo Switch

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There’s a lot I like about Nintendo Switch, but needing to put up cash for a microSD card (because I’ll most definitely need it), and surprisingly awkward handheld controls (the right analog stick is too low) which I would mainly use are significant drawbacks in my book.
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8 days ago

My favorite thing about Nintendo Switch is its' games lineup

The Switch has a strong mix of 3rd-Party games like Wolfenstein: Youngblood and DC Universe Online, and Nintendo's own 1st-Party line-up of games like Mario Tennis Aces. One flaw it does have is a short battery life of about 2-4 hours, but a newer model did fix that.
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8 days ago

Amazing System

I'm an old school gamer that's use to always playing on the Nintendo 64 cause the controller was simple. But when I purchased the PS4 for my family I had a blast having my 6yr old teach me how to use the controller. This system is absolutely amazing & a delight for game night.
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22 days ago

Its hard to beat Nintendo

I have had this 3DS since 2012 and it has only recently died because it was left outside (whoops) while I had it, the frame was solid, the screens never fried, and the controls never broke. Overall, a good choice for a younger kid who can't be trusted with something bigger.
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29 days ago

Versatile System

The Nintendo Switch is an extremely versatile system! You can play your video games on the go and if you want to play online while your out just link it to your phones hotspot. Want to watch hulu? No problem give it to your kids while on a road trip or hook it to your big screen!
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30 days ago

Small but deadly ;)

Nintendo Switch takes the best stuff from the Wii, Wii U and 3DS and combines them into single console that is, without doubt, better than all previous models put together! It does not have the power of PS4 or XONE but the gaming experience on it is miles ahead of competition!
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1 month ago

Nintendo 3DS XL - Luigi Edition

The 3DS is now dated a bit in competition with the Switch, but it's no less fun, and the games are becoming cheaper to buy. I personally don't use the "3D Mode" but love the bigger screen. I prefer the foldable model over the unfolding 2DS and they all take the same games!
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1 month ago

Nintendo Switch - Keeping Handheld Gaming Fun!

I've always had Nintendo, from the Gameboy right up to The Switch. I like that you can use it as a handheld and take it where ever you like, or plug it in to you TV. The detachable Joy Cons are great to play handheld or off console, a little pricey but so much fun.
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2 months ago

The Switch is awesome. I can play all the games from my Xbox

The Switch is awesome. I can play all the games from my Xbox on the go. It has a good charge, and I added a micro SD card for some more storage. The joycons are pretty awesome with the grip when you dock it, and when docked it is like an Xbox with less space on the TV stand.
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