[Review] Nintendo Switch with Joy-Con Gray

In this article I talk about a Nintendo Switch with Joy-Con Gray, He went on to compose my team of video game consoles in November 2017.

Motivation

In November 2017 I had 14 video game consoles. But, only two of them were from Nintendo: two Super Nintendo, one of which I have since 1993. Give way, I didn't have access to new games franchises which I like very much, how Super Mario, Zelda, and Mario Kart.

Not that I have something against Nintendo, quite the contrary, I liked (and like) a lot of my Super Nintendo. But around 1994 I had my first PC (at 80286 CGA monitor) and I ended up leaving the side video. The games my PC ran had third-generation graphics, sound worse than third generation (I had no sound card) and, on behalf of the CGA monitor, had no colors. Besides I had no joystick, but the ease of copying games from colleagues in floppy disks turned out to be the main factor in favor of PCs.

After that I was switching PCs, I started to study and work with them, So ended up always having cutting-edge PCs, running games consoles of the time could not run, because they were ultimately limited by the CRT TVs, While the monitors were in addition to more easily.

With that I just completely ignoring the Nintendo 64 and the Game Cube. Just read about them, installed a Nintendo 64 for a neighbor, but I've never played in fact. Around 2003 I bought a Playstation One just because my PC spent practically the whole time doing some processing and I couldn't play. The option for Sony's console turned out because it was the most popular console and because the stores had plenty of games for him, which I could copy and save. But the resolution was poor near the games that I played on the PC at the time.

So just coming late in the fifth generation consoles and ignored completely the sixth. I ended up coming back to the Islands only on seventh generation. The Wii just me drawing attention for the innovative controls. But in my first international trip (USA) I ended up bringing a Playstation 3, It would be the first Full HD LCD TV for the first family, It was there under-utilized. I didn't buy it for the games, but by the films on Blu-ray. At the time a Blu-ray player from Sony cost the same as a Playstation 3. The Playstation 3 ran movies and still could run a game once in a while. With the Playstation 3 I brought two movies (“Marley & Me” and “The Shawshank Redemption”) and just a game (“Street Fighter IV”).

A play and two films that brought the United States along with my Playstation 3: Street Fighter IV, The Shawshank Redemption, and Marley & Me.

A play and two films that brought the United States along with my Playstation 3: Street Fighter IV, The Shawshank Redemption, and Marley & Me.

But with time I started to get taste for new video games. When I discovered the game stores abroad, which at the time were still advantageous, I started buying games for the Playstation 3.

I played the Wii at a friend's House and some birthday parties. The console was in fashion buffets for children. Until I became interested in, thought about buying a, but then Sony released the Playstation Move, “inspired” in the console from Nintendo and technically superior. So I ended up investing in the Playstation Move same.

The Wii U was I just had read about, but I've never played. Only recently, to Nintendo Switch already released, is to put your hands on one for the first time, When a cousin purchased a.

When the Nintendo Switch was released and began making success, I figured it was time to have a Nintendo again. Brought one of Europe in July 2017, but just bringing a Playstation 4 For and an Playstation VR. Any regrets about the first, but I can't say the same for the second.

The experience of the Playstation VR it's cool, but always gave me a certain malaise when I played with him. To complete, I found out that it does not do passthrough of HDR, What would make me keep plugging and power by unplugging wires would have a TV with HDR. I ended up deciding to sell it. With the value of the sale of the Playstation VR fiz buy to do Nintendo Switch. And it was a good deal.

The Purchase

The initial idea was to buy the Nintendo Switch in US Amazon, as I did with my Playstation 4. But the cost of console, redirect service and likely would leave taxes the value higher than the prices on the open market.

The lowest price I could get on the open market was R$ 1600,00, with free shipping. Seller well qualified, “MercadoLíder Platinum”. I don't like to buy this type of product on the free market. Almost always something comes wrong. But I decided to risk…

Unboxing

As I said, I don't like to buy this type of product on the free market. Almost always something comes wrong. And this time was no different. The ad said that the Nintendo Switch was American and sealed. But I received an Australian console in a box that was clearly open and poke around. Check out the photos and the video of the unboxing:

Nintendo Switch, on its packaging.

Nintendo Switch, on its packaging.

Notice the hole in the box. Isn't it weird? Then I found out there would be an internal part of the box that has the serial number. He wasn't there because the "rode the wrong box.

Nintendo Switch: the box was poke around and mounted the wrong way.

Nintendo Switch: the box was poke around and mounted the wrong way.

At least the box was packed so well, in another cardboard box, and arrived in good condition. But there are some raspadinhos who certainly wouldn't have if it had been the US Amazon.

Nintendo Switch, on its packaging.

Nintendo Switch, on its packaging.

Nintendo Switch, on its packaging.

Nintendo Switch, on its packaging.

Nintendo Switch, on its packaging.

Nintendo Switch, on its packaging.

Nintendo Switch, on its packaging.

Nintendo Switch, on its packaging.

Nintendo Switch, on its packaging.

Nintendo Switch, on its packaging.

Nintendo Switch, on its packaging.

Nintendo Switch, on its packaging.

Nintendo Switch, on its packaging.

Nintendo Switch, on its packaging.

Nintendo Switch, on its packaging.

Nintendo Switch, on its packaging.

Despite having been poking, probably to test, no evidence of use in the console or any accessory.

Nintendo dock Switch.

Nintendo dock Switch.

Nintendo dock Switch.

Nintendo dock Switch.

The source has plug in the Australian standard, but it works with any voltage 100 the 240V and 50 or 60 Hz.

Nintendo power supply Switch, the Australian standard.

Nintendo power supply Switch, the Australian standard.

Nintendo power supply Switch, the Australian standard.

Nintendo power supply Switch, the Australian standard.

Nintendo power supply Switch, the Australian standard.

Nintendo power supply Switch, the Australian standard.

At the bottom we have the plug that connects to the dock. On the sides there are fittings of joy-con.

The Nintendo Switch.

The Nintendo Switch.

The bottom of the Nintendo Switch.

The bottom of the Nintendo Switch.

The Nintendo side Switch.

The Nintendo side Switch.

The Nintendo side Switch.

The Nintendo side Switch.

At the top there is the entrance of cartridges, hot air outlet, volume button and call.

Top Nintendo Switch.

Top Nintendo Switch.

On the back there's a little foot to keep him standing on a flat surface, and underneath it there's a microSD card slot. The speakers are also there.

Nintendo Switch back.

Nintendo Switch back.

The rod to keep the Nintendo Switch up and microSD card input.

The rod to keep the Nintendo Switch up and microSD card input.

Opted for the model with joy-con controls gray. They carry when coupled to the console, but work both in the console as released. In some games it is also possible that two players keep each with a control joy-con. In this case the game adapts to the least amount of buttons.

Joy-con Nintendo Switch.

Joy-con Nintendo Switch.

Joy-con Nintendo Switch.

Joy-con Nintendo Switch.

Joy-con Nintendo Switch.

Joy-con Nintendo Switch.

Joy-con Nintendo Switch.

Joy-con Nintendo Switch.

Nintendo Switch with Joy-Con bound.

Nintendo Switch with Joy-Con bound.

Nintendo Switch with Joy-Con and in the dock.

Nintendo Switch with Joy-Con and in the dock.

Nintendo Switch with Joy-Con and in the dock.

Nintendo Switch with Joy-Con and in the dock.

The package also comes Joy-Con Grip, the base to fit the joy-con to play on TV, When the Nintendo Switch in the dock, creating the famous control-puppy.

The Joy-Con Grip.

The Joy-Con Grip.

The Joy-Con Grip.

The Joy-Con Grip.

The Joy-Con Grip.

The Joy-Con Grip.

The Joy-Con Grip, with Joy-Con bound controls.

The Joy-Con Grip, with Joy-Con bound controls.

The Joy-Con Grip, with Joy-Con bound controls.

The Joy-Con Grip, with Joy-Con bound controls.

Nintendo puts your brand until the HDMI cable. Something that I've never seen on consoles from Sony, for example.

Nintendo Switch HDMI cable.

Nintendo Switch HDMI cable.

Nintendo Switch HDMI cable.

Nintendo Switch HDMI cable.

Joy-con controls comes with Add-ons to be used when they are highlighted. They add two buttons “of shoulder” (L and R) and a handle for each control joy-con.

Wrist straps for Joy-Con controls.

Wrist straps for Joy-Con controls.

Wrist straps for Joy-Con controls.

Wrist straps for Joy-Con controls.

Joy-Con controls with wrist straps.

Joy-Con controls with wrist straps.

Joy-Con controls with wrist straps.

Joy-Con controls with wrist straps.

No bulky user manual. On Nintendo Switch just come a folhetinho.

Leaflet of the Nintendo Switch.

Leaflet of the Nintendo Switch.

Leaflet of the Nintendo Switch.

Leaflet of the Nintendo Switch.

In the box we also have an adapter intruder, that certainly was placed by the “Distributor”. The idea was probably cast the Australian standard plug for Brazilian outlets. But failed, because despite the two round pins, the plug of the adapter does not have a hexagonal base and doesn't fit in Brazil.

Universal adapter for type C.

Universal adapter for type C.

Universal adapter for type C.

Universal adapter for type C.

Nintendo Switch and its accessories.

Nintendo Switch and its accessories.

Nintendo Switch and its accessories.

Nintendo Switch and its accessories.

Tests

Time to put the Nintendo Switch for work. To turn it on, He asked me to connect the controls joy-con.

Nintendo Switch, When first turned on.

Nintendo Switch, When first turned on.

With joy-con controls connected, He asked me to choose the language.

Selection of Languages on Nintendo Switch.

Selection of Languages on Nintendo Switch.

Nintendo Switch, operation.

Nintendo Switch, operation.

After connect WiFi, an update needs to be made.

Nintendo Switch, downloading update for WiFi.

Nintendo Switch, downloading update for WiFi.

Nintendo Switch, downloading update for WiFi.

Nintendo Switch, downloading update for WiFi.

And to experience my first and only game so far: Super Mario Odyssey, which I have already spoken here in Skooter Blog. He arrived before the Nintendo Switch because… Post office.

Super Mario Odyssey on Nintendo Switch.

Super Mario Odyssey on Nintendo Switch.

Super Mario Odyssey on Nintendo Switch.

Super Mario Odyssey on Nintendo Switch.

Super Mario Odyssey on Nintendo Switch.

Super Mario Odyssey on Nintendo Switch.

All right on the small screen. Time to test it on the big screen. I set up the Dock and connected it on TV in the room.

Nintendo dock Switch.

Nintendo dock Switch.

Nintendo dock Switch.

Nintendo dock Switch.

Nintendo Switch, connected to the TV.

Nintendo Switch, connected to the TV.

Nintendo Switch, connected to the TV.

Nintendo Switch, connected to the TV.

Nintendo Switch, connected to the TV.

Nintendo Switch, connected to the TV.

At first he won a small space in the back of my Sega Genesis.

Nintendo Switch, with dock installed in a rack in the room.

Nintendo Switch, with dock installed in a rack in the room.

Nintendo Switch, with dock installed in a rack in the room.

Nintendo Switch, with dock installed in a rack in the room.

Nintendo Switch, with dock installed in a rack in the room.

Nintendo Switch, with dock installed in a rack in the room.

Nintendo Switch, with dock installed in a rack in the room.

Nintendo Switch, with dock installed in a rack in the room.

Nintendo Switch, with dock installed in a rack in the room.

Nintendo Switch, with dock installed in a rack in the room.

Nintendo Switch, with dock installed in a rack in the room.

Nintendo Switch, with dock installed in a rack in the room.

Nintendo Switch, with dock installed in a rack in the room.

Nintendo Switch, with dock installed in a rack in the room.

Nintendo Switch, with dock installed in a rack in the room.

Nintendo Switch, with dock installed in a rack in the room.

Rode so uptight box before saving. The “AUS” in the box leaves no doubt. The Australian model is. But there is no regional lock, so no problems…

Nintendo Switch box, now mounted properly.

Nintendo Switch box, now mounted properly.

Nintendo Switch box, now mounted properly.

Nintendo Switch box, now mounted properly.

O "AUS" in the corner of the box from Nintendo Switch proves that this is the Australian model.

The “AUS” in the corner of the box from Nintendo Switch proves that this is the Australian model.

Com um algodão e petrol, tirei algumas marcas dela, para ficar o mais limpinha possível. Antes havia alguns encardidos. Compare as fotos antes da limpeza (above) e depois da limpeza (below).

Caixa do Nintendo Switch, after cleaning.

Caixa do Nintendo Switch, after cleaning.

Caixa do Nintendo Switch, after cleaning.

Caixa do Nintendo Switch, after cleaning.

Caixa do Nintendo Switch, after cleaning.

Caixa do Nintendo Switch, after cleaning.

Caixa do Nintendo Switch, after cleaning.

Caixa do Nintendo Switch, after cleaning.

Primeiras Impressões

Apesar de eu já estar com o Nintendo Switch there 3 months, ainda só posso dar minhas primeiras impressões, because, por falta de tempo, praticamente só joguei o Super Mario Odyssey.

Comprei também o The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild in eStarland, mas joguei apenas por alguns minutos para ver como era. I liked, mas ainda estou jogando o Horizon Zero Dawn, e não gosto de ficar jogando mais de um RPG ao mesmo tempo, pois acabo me confundindo.

Também comprei o Mario Kart 8 Deluxe in Play-Asia, mas esse ainda não chegou, graças àquela estatal maldita, sucateada pelo PT, que precisa de mais de dois meses para entregar um pacote que já está nas mãos deles.

Nesses três meses, joguei com o Nintendo Switch praticamente apenas na TV. First because the I bought film on GearBest in November has not yet arrived (Thanks again, Post office!). And then because on the big screen the Super Mario Odyssey looks much better.

When the film arrived maybe I play more with the Nintendo Switch off the dock, but it is unlikely that I go out of the House with him and play in public places. That's up to safe countries, thing that Brazil will never be as long as there is this bunch of vagabond who defends Bandit, the kind that says “The Globe has exposed the cell phone without the need. Poor thing, He lost his job.”

But don't take this as a reference in terms of portable versus TV, because of my current 15 consoles, only one is portable: the Dingoo A-320. I never very interested in portable. I just miss them on long trips and waiting rooms.

Screen and Video

A canvas tem 6,2 inches, resolution of 1280 x 720 pixels and is sensitive to the touch. The first impression is that lack resolution in it, because I'm used to looking at the screen of my Z Play Bike having 5,5 inches and resolution of 1920 x 1080 pixels. But the screen with less resolution is justifiable: with less resolution uses less processing power and, Consequently, uses less battery. On TV the Nintendo Switch is connected to the dock, that is connected to the electric power, so it's okay to use as much processing power and offer a higher resolution, from 1920 x 1080 pixels. If Nintendo hit at this point is questionable, but the fact is that this is another good reason why I prefer to play on TV.

Anyway, the ease with which we can move from the small screen to the big screen and vice versa deserves applause. You don't have to stop playing if you need out of the front of the TV, If someone else wants to use it, for example. Just get the Nintendo Switch and continue playing normally.

Forget 4 k resolutions and HDR, Nintendo did not enter the market to compete with Sony and Microsoft in the resolution and graphics. Judging from the commercial performance of the product, This seems to have been a wise choice. 4K and HDR certainly encareceriam the console and it could fail, In addition to being features that only work when the console is in the dock.

Audio

The speakers of the Nintendo Switch are stereo. But when in the dock, the console provides multichannel audio 5.1, in the PCM format, through HDMI output. One more reason to play on TV. Important detail: no optical output receivers Older. Codificação em Dolby Digital ou DTS, as Playstation 4, também não é uma opção. Give way, é necessário ligar o console direto no receiver. Não tente liga-lo à TV e usar o ARC para enviar o áudio para o receiver, pois com isso o áudio ficará limitado a PCM 2.0. Isso não é uma limitação do console, mas sim do protocolo ARC.

My Nintendo Switch está atualmente conectado a um HDMI switch, o qual está conectado ao receiver. Faltou entradas HDMi no receiver, then Switch está compartilhando uma com o Framemeister. Assim tenho áudio de 5.1 canais sem nenhum problema. Como eu não ligo os dois ao mesmo tempo, e ambos só enviam sinal quando estão ligados, não preciso nem me preocupar em selecionar a entrada correta no HDMI switch, pois ele faz isso automaticamente.

Storage

O armazenamento interno é de 32GB, one part is used by the operating system. Those who want to buy games on shop certainly end up needing more memory. You can use microSDHC cards and microSDXC with up to 2 TB. As the three games I bought are in cartridge, they do not occupy both the internal memory, so I haven't bothered to buy a card. Some of the memory cartridges must occupy, as there are rescue data and updates of games.

Moreover, Here it is up speak a little of the back to the cartridges that Nintendo Switch promoted. How a hybrid console, He naturally would not a blu-ray. Nintendo could have completely abandoned the physical media for the e-shop, mas a decisão de manter as mídias físicas me pareceu acertada.

Eu mesmo prefiro mídias físicas. Há pontos negativos: É um tanto incômodo ter que ficar trocando disco ou cartucho e as caixinhas precisam de espaço para serem guardadas. Mas também há pontos positivos: eu gosto das caixinhas. Um ponto que eu costumava destacar é que cedo ou tarde todos os consoles perdem o suporte e redes são desligadas, o que impediria um novo download no caso de um HD ou cartão pifado, for example, enquanto cartuchos estão sempre disponíveis. Mas isso só é verdade para consoles antigos em que os jogos não recebiam atualizações, because in today's consoles the cartridge version just out of date and updates must be downloaded anyway.

It is worth noting that the cartridges are very small, making it easier to take them in the case along with the console. On the other hand, the size also makes it easier to lose them. In Brazil there is also the theft factor: digital games can be downloaded again if the console is stolen, and the injury would be just the console. Stolen cartridges are not recoverable and if in excess of injury.

At the moment I do not intend to buy other games, But if buy probably end up opting for the digital media on account of the price. They are cheaper, e é possível inclusive trocar a região do console para comprar na loja do país em que o jogo estiver mais barato no momento. Há sites que indicam qual é a loja mais barata para adquirir o jogo desejado. Atualmente a loja da África do Sul costuma ser a mais barata. Nos três jogos que adquiri até agora optei pela mídia física porque eu tinha léguas expirando no Submarino, e créditos na eStarland e na Play-Asia, que eu também não tinha no que usar. Com os respectivos descontos, a mídia física ficou mais em conta nas três ocasiões.

Conectividade

A conectividade de rede do Nintendo Switch é por WiFi e usa os padrões IEEE 802.11 a/b/g/n/ac. Eu prefiro usar Ethernet sempre que possível. Meus Playstation estão todos conectados por Ethernet. Deixo WiFi só para dispositivos que são realmente móveis, pois WiFi é sempre mais instável, por melhor e mais próximo que esteja o roteador. Pelo menos ele suporta o padrão mais recentes do WiFi (IEEE 802.11ac).

É possível usar Ethernet no Nintendo Switch, mas apenas com um adaptador opcional, vendido separadamente, que é conectado na porta USB do dock. Não pretendo gastar dinheiro com isso, at least for now. Para baixar atualizações o WiFi está de bom tamanho. Quando o serviço de jogos online da Nintendo estiver funcionando talvez eu mude de ideia.

Battery

Como pouco joguei com o Nintendo Switch off the dock, não posso falar nada quanto à duração da bateria. By specifying, ela é de íons de lítio, tem 4310mAh, e deve durar de 2 a 6,5 hours, dependendo do jogo. O tempo de carga é 3 horas com o console em modo de espera.

A bateria não é removível. Espero que a troca, quando for necessária, não seja complicada.

Sensores

O console do Nintendo Switch conta com acelerômetro, giroscópio e sensor de luz. São sensores de custo relativamente baixo e que proporcionam novas formas de jogar quando o console não está no dock. Os controles joy-con contam com seus próprios sensores, como veremos a seguir.

Joy-Con

Quando eu ouvi falar pela primeira vez do Nintendo Switch, e do fato dele não ter retrocompatibilidade, thought: “A Nintendo percebeu que os controles com sensores de movimento já deram o que tinha que dar e agora vai apostar em um console híbrido”. Mas eu estava enganado.

The Nintendo Switch, indeed, agrega recursos de vários consoles anteriores da fabricante japonesa. Prova disso é que os controles Joy-Con também contam com acelerômetro e giroscópio. Furthermore, o joy-con da direita tem também uma câmera IR que pode detectar formas. Desse modo eles podem funcionar como um Wiimote e ainda ir além. Ambos os Joy-Con também contam com motor de vibração (HD Rumble).

A comunicação dos Joy-Con com o console é via Bluetooth 3.0. O joy-con da direita também conta com NFC. A estimativa de tempo de vida das baterias é de 20 hours, podendo ser menor dependendo do uso. O tempo de carga é de 3 hours 30 minutes, e a carga é feita quando os controles estão acoplados ao console.

Como eu tenho jogado principalmente na TV, eu tinha as opções de jogar com os dois controles soltos ou acoplados ao grip. On Super Mario Odyssey, for example, jogar com os controles soltos permite lançar o chapéu fazendo um movimento com o joy-con. Even in grip a funcionalidade dos sensores é aproveitada, há um ataque é realizado movimento rapidamente o controle para um lado e para o outro, alternately.

Jogar com o controle-cachorrinho não é ruim, mas eu acabei optando por adquirir um Nintendo Pro Controller Switch, which I will speak in a next article. Com isso eu não preciso ficar desconectando os joy-con do grip e conectando-os ao console para carregar, e fazendo o contrário para jogar. Com isso meus joy-con ficam apenas para jogar no modo portátil, ou para quando tiver um segundo jogador para jogar comigo.

Desbloqueio?

Eu já estava com o artigo pronto e nem iria entrar nesse assunto. Mas recentemente alguns hackers conseguiram rodar Linux on the Nintendo Switch e cresceram as esperanças de muita gente quanto a um jailbreak e um possível desbloqueio.

Não dá para ignorar que no Brasil o sucesso de um console depende diretamente da possibilidade de desbloqueio. Os videogames nasceram aqui com muitos clones não-licenciados do Atari 2600 e seus cartuchos, muitos feitos por grandes empresas. Décadas se passaram, mas os resquícios da reserva de mercado ainda existem, através dos altíssimos impostos sobre videogames e jogos.

Nossos governantes nada fazem para mudar esse cenário, e o resultado já conhecemos. The primeiro Playstation reinou no Brasil sem nem mesmo ter sido lançado oficialmente, graças ao fácil desbloqueio. O mesmo ocorreu com o Playstation 2. Na geração seguinte o XBox 360 ganhou a briga por aqui, ao contrário do que ocorreu no resto do mundo onde o Playstation 3 levou a melhor. O motivo? O desbloqueio do XBox 360 saiu bem antes. Isso não deve mudar tão cedo.

Não condeno quem faz desbloqueio, até porque já contei no início do artigo que comecei a jogar nos PCs na minha adolescência pela facilidade de copiar jogos dos colegas. Mas hoje prefiro comprar meus jogos e dar o devido suporte aos desenvolvedores. Atualmente só tenho três consoles desbloqueados: os dois Super Nintendo and the Playstation One, e porque eles já eram vendidos assim por padrão. Difícil é achar um bloqueado. E de qualquer forma ambos já são consoles fora do mercado.

Regarding Nintendo Switch, não pretendo fazer um desbloqueio ainda que ele venha a existir, assim como também não pretendo fazer nos meus demais consoles, like Playstation 3 and the Playstation 4. Mal tenho tempo para jogar os jogos que compro, então não preciso de mais jogos por agora. Hoje em dia só considero desbloquear um console no dia em que ele não tiver mais suporte do fabricante, com redes sendo desligadas e sem possibilidade de adquirir jogos de outra forma, tal qual já ocorreu com praticamente todos os sistemas mais antigos, da sexta geração para trás.

Final Considerations

Não tenho dúvidas que o Nintendo Switch foi um grande acerto da Nintendo. Eles acertaram ao serem criativos, trazendo um console híbrido cheio de possibilidades, em vez de tentar fazer um console super poderoso para bater de frente com Sony e Microsoft, mas chegando atrasada na geração atual, na qual ela já se deu mal com o Wii U, e tendo como diferencial apenas suas franquias exclusivas.

Talvez eu não seja exatamente o público-alvo do Nintendo Switch, não tenho lá muito interesse no fato dele ser híbrido, mas reconheço que este deve ser um diferencial para muita gente. Furthermore, não só a Nintendo conquistou o público que terá o Switch como único console, mas o preço de US$ 300 também é favorável para quem já tem um Playstation 4 or XBox One. É um preço razoável para se pagar em um segundo console, pelas franquias exclusivas que os outros não tem. Se tivessem feito um console poderoso de US$ 500,00 or but, eu já não pensaria da mesma forma e não o compraria apenas por alguns exclusivos. Moreover, esse é o motivo pelo qual eu não tenho um XBox One (e não tive o XBox 360), é muito caro por um console cuja biblioteca de jogos se sobrepõe em grande parte com a do Playstation 4.

I probably won't buy many games for the Nintendo Switch. Any game that I enjoy and be released to either the console from Nintendo and Sony, I will prefer to buy the version of Playstation 4, because of the superior graphics in virtually all cases, In addition to lower cost, because the games Nintendo Switch are very expensive! In this generation, It is true that the Nintendo Switch will be only my second console.

But then it was worth it to acquire a Nintendo Switch? Sure! Only Super Mario Odyssey already worth the purchase of the console. The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild and Mario Kart 8 Deluxe should consolidate my opinion. The exclusive Nintendo are excellent and the Nintendo still knows very well how to make good games. After Atari and Sega out of the console market, é bom ver que pelo menos uma das fabricantes que fizeram os consoles da minha infância ainda está na ativa, e competitiva.

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