mar 3, 2017 - Nintendo Switch
The Nintendo Switch is the console that the Wii U should of been. The console is both a home consoles and a portable handheld game. The consoles screen is touchscreen like tablet that have slots for the Joy Con remotes to attached to. The Joy Con's are a small version of the Wii Remote but with the lack of a d-pad which is replaced with an analog stick and instead of just 2 fount face buttons there is now 4. When playing multiplayer both Joy Con's can be used as Player 1 and player 2. For portable play the Joy Con's stay attached to the console and act as a PS Vita type handheld console. The console can also be docked for use on the TV instead of on the tablet. The console can be switch from being on the TV or on the tablet by simply un-docking and re-docking the console. The major games for the system are The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild, Super Mario Odyssey and Splatoon 2 as well as remakes of Doom and The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim which player where happy to be able to play on a portable device.
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