Nintendo Switch review: Everything you need to know
IGN The Nintendo Switch is an incredible gaming system.
There’s no doubt about it, but we’ve been waiting a long time for it to arrive in stores.
As soon as the system launched, we were ecstatic.
The first thing that popped into our heads was how amazing it would be to have a console that could play the entirety of The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild.
Now, I can’t wait to get my hands on the Switch, but I can tell you that the system does have a few issues that need to be ironed out.
As a gamer, I’m not going to lie, there are some problems.
The Switch is a console built on a platform that was previously reserved for PC gaming, and there are a few things you should be aware of before you head into the wild.1.
The Joy-Con controllers are weird.
They’re bulky and not nearly as good as the previous-gen ones.
They are, however, much more comfortable than the previous Joy-Cons, which means you can play Zelda games with them.
They also have two additional buttons to use, which is nice for those who are already comfortable with Joy-Cards.
They aren’t the best, but they are a welcome addition.2.
The display on the Nintendo Switch isn’t the prettiest.
It’s the same size as the Switch itself, but it has a slightly smaller display.
The Nintendo team has stated that they wanted to keep the Switch’s screen as compact as possible, so they’ve tried to keep it as small as possible.
This means that you won’t be able to use the Joy-Cs or the DualShock 4 controllers on the system.
I have to say, I am not a fan of this design choice.
The DualShock 3 and DualShock 2 are just so much more immersive when used in a game, so I prefer having the screen on my TV or my TV stand.3.
The power button is weird.
While the Switch comes with an IR blaster to give you more options when playing games, you have to press it.
I don’t know if that’s a design choice or a limitation, but you’ll find it difficult to get the Switch to work properly without it.
The IR blaster is also not as easy to press as the back of the Joy Controllers, which has led to a lot of frustration with the system for a while.
The Joy-CON controllers work well, but the buttons can be hard to get used toIf you’re looking for the most comfortable way to play Zelda and Breath of Wild on the most portable gaming device available, you might want to stick to the Nintendo 3DS.
I was surprised to see how much the Switch and the Nintendo DS Lite worked together in games.
If you’re not a Zelda fan, you’ll probably be fine with the Switch or the Nintendo 2DS, but if you are, you should give the Switch a try.
I’m pretty sure that I’ll be playing the Switch for a long while, and it’s something I’ll probably play with and enjoy for the rest of my life.
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