The Nintendo Switch still has a lot of faults one year after it launched, but one of these is recently becoming a much larger problem.
The portability of the Nintendo Switch doesn’t just benefit you when you travel outside your house – it also makes the device quite handy at home! Here are some in-your-house scenarios wherein the Nintendo Switch’s portability gives it an advantage over other home consoles.
Let’s take a look back at all the highs and lows of the first year of the Nintendo Switch!
…or what else I spent my money on to improve my Nintendo Switch gameplay experience.
After months of resisting, we finally took the plunge – we bought a Nintendo Switch. Here are the reasons why, and here are all the items that we bought.
I think the Nintendo Switch is a great console and I want to get it… eventually. Here are the reasons why this Nintendo fanboy has yet to get his hands on Nintendo’s popular console.
Nintendo has never had the level of 3rd party developer support since the era of the Super NES. Will the release of Doom and Wolfenstein II for the Nintendo Switch herald the return of 3rd party support for Nintendo?
Are your wallets ready for the launch of the Nintendo Switch? Here’s a list of costs that you need to be prepare for to be able to enjoy your newest purchase.
One common criticism that stemmed from Nintendo’s recent Switch presentation is the console’s launch price of $299.99 – that’s without a game title bundled in. Is this a justified price?
Nintendo’s initial reveal of the Switch left a lot of unanswered questions. How many of these were answered by yesterday’s hour-long presentation? And is the Switch a more suitable competitor to Sony’s/Microsoft’s current gen consoles?