Top 5 Things The Nintendo Switch Does Right

Top 5 Things The Nintendo Switch Does Right
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Nintendo new portable console hybrid is having a kick ass first year, and as far as we can tell, this is why! Welcome to and today we’re counting down our picks for the Top 5 Things The Nintendo Switch Does Right!

#5: The Core Concept Works Very Well
#4: Early Third Party Support
#3, #2 & #1: ???

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10 thoughts on “Top 5 Things The Nintendo Switch Does Right

  1. I have the switch since release its the best handheld today it has

    720p Handheld mode
    1080p30fps dock
    3hr battery life handheld
    Full of old games with little new content
    the old games are much expensive than its original price
    Downgrade cheap nvidia tegra chip
    fucked up left joycon
    wait for more “New” games

    What a great time to switch

  2. Especially the third party support point is really important. The lack of good third party games played a big part in makin the Wii U a failure. But as is seems, they totally rebounded from that … and loot at WHAT third party g ames they are getting. I mean, seriously, who would have thought that games like Doom and Wolfenstein will come to a Nintendo console ? Hyperviolence and brutality isn’t exactly what anyone links to Nintendo. And it’s a good thing that they change it up and will definitly bring buyers. Just take Skyrim, for example. Sure, it’s an old game, but the fanbase is still huge and now you get it to go without having to haul a laptop around ?

    And what i like a lot about Nintendo and the Switch is that they don’t really create too much hype, compared to all the fuzz Sony and Nintendo create on a regular basis (for example now when the One X was released). Nintendo keeps it rather quiet and just drops the mic with every new triple A first party game they release.

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