With the switch here, there have been countless reviews and pre-orders already. Without further ado, we bring to you a comprehensive but summarized review of this device without wasting too much of your time. So the switch was designed to be a hybrid portable gaming device and a controller at the same time. The middle portion easily clicks off.
It was released on the 3rd of March, 2017. There were several thousand pre-orders with bonuses.

Price:
The switch is priced at exactly $299.99 in the US, £279.99 in the UK, $469.95 in Australia. That might be a little too expensive for it, but its worth it.
Design and Makeup:

The switch is made of practically a screen sandwiched in-between 2 “Joy-Con” controllers. Each Joy-Con controller has four buttons and an analog stick and a couple shoulders as well as special buttons. Each one can be detached from the Switch to play multiplayer games locally. They are high quality and each of them seemingly has a different battery. Each one has an accelerometer, a gyroscope, and a motion sensor. The screen is capacitive and amazingly can also be separated to be used to playing a specific game or for playing local multiplayer. The possibilities are endless.

With these features, it means you can use the Nintendo Switch in 3 main forms: Handheld, where the switch is played by a single person with both controllers. This is conformable to play through the Switch Is bigger than most handheld systems. The second, as a “Console” meaning the 2 controllers separated. This is good for multiplayer. The Third, “Docked” With the Kickstand on its own case which enables standing it somewhere.

Now, instead of wasting your time we will quickly get into its Pro’s and Con’s, the part most readers are eager to listen to.

The Pro’s:
It is easy to use.
Portable
Mobile
Good Visuals
A unique hybrid
Unique games like Zelda
Versatile
Local Multiplayer
Clean Operating System
User and Kid friendly
The Con’s:
Empty game library (for now)
Expensive
Buggy with some joysticks
No Audio Wireless
Screen Glare Outdoors
Difficult to use-accessories
So that is pretty much all of it.
Bottom Line:
In an nutshell; The Nintendo Switch may not be a full-fledged or fully capable handheld system, and for the price it is too high for such, but we can’t blame it as it’s new and most new devices are expensive. Some people are actually buying this Nintendo Switch device JUST to play the Legend of Zelda game, Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild which seemingly utilizes the complete gaming functionality and hardware of the switch to create a beautiful and unforgettable experience. If we observe the game we can learn how capable this console really is, as it has a beautiful open world, small floating particles in it, fast flowing rivers, high mountains, cliffs, and a lot of enemies as well as NPCs. The bottom line? Buy the Switch with a couple of games if you are all in with the cash, or rolling in dough. For a simpleton or a normal person like me, I’d suggest maybe wait a year or so for it to get even more updated and better and then get it for a reasonable price. Otherwise, you already own the world’s best handheld gaming device; Your phone, other than that I would recommend the 3DS XL for those who need a Nintendo gaming system seriously. The concept of this is quite cool though, it will take us a while to get used to.
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