Very recently, Nintendo announced its newest home gaming system, the Nintendo Switch. Only downfall is its to be released in March. Sorry Santa!
Nintendo is usually the king of handhelds, with devices such as the Nintendo DS. Similarly, to what was done with the Wii U, they are fusing their talents for handhelds with the experience of a home console system.
With a that being said, some people are left with questions such as: What is the difference between the Wii U and the Nintendo Switch? Didn’t the Wii U kind of crash and burn? Why would they even make another console gaming system?
The answer to these questions are simple. The Nintendo Switch is projected to be considerably more successful than the Wii U was.
Its super convenient!
Firstly, the Switch is built to be very convenient and versatile. Not only will it come with the supreme graphics and ability to be shown on a large screen as a console system, but all games can be easily transferred to a handheld for when you’re on the go. The really cool part? The Switch will have multiple controller options. Similarly, to the Wii U, you can use the handheld device as a controller. You can also use their version of a normal console controller.
Additionally, you can removed the sides of the handheld and those detachable’s as controllers. This makes for a very easy multiplayer experience!
Wait! It comes with how many games?
Another problem with the Wii U was that it hardly had any games when it launched. With 505 games promised with the Switch launch, lack of games are not projected to be a problem. In fact, some very promising game developers are in support for the Switch such as Bethesda and Ubisoft.
If you’d like to learn a little more about what the Switch is all about, check out this video Nintendo released with the announcement of the Switch. In addition to the rest of your streaming devices, if you need help setting this guy up, give us a call!