- Nov 1, 2017
Yeah, I bought a RavPower one but it was designed for the switch and the biggest airlines will let you carry with you. Since I use a mini backpack for my purse that battery goes everywhere with me (good thing too as my iphone barely can keep a charge now... and it's not the battery or rather what started it wasn't though I'm sure the issue has killed the battery now too. Phone is getting replaced in a month or so but for right now it's nice having a charger in my purse).
No real reports that it has landed yet tbh. No idea when it will start filtering in considering Nintendo said early September.
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Are Switches installed with glass screen protectors able to fit inside the dock? I'm not seeing myself playing the Switch outside the dock much, but the reported screen scratching some docks have caused has me thinking about getting one regardless.
I second this. 8BitDo adaptor is an amazing (and a WAY cheaper) alternative to Pro controller.
Yes, the glass is thin.
If your hardware 'falls apart' after just one and a half year max, should you really consider getting basically the same thing again?
third, 8BitDo adaptor has been a godsend for me, but if you dont want that, there is that new controller that company made thats like $40ish and really good.
Same. The system itself is fine but the joycons have issues. The rubber bit on the left joystick somehow managed to come off at one point and I was never able to get it back on properly. That one also started drifting recently and the right one started having sync issues and disconnecting a ton while playing fire emblem recently. I know they at least fixed the antenna position in the latest model joycons so that's something anyway.
It has internal batteries that are 2+ years old. By now that battery has probably lost 10-25% of its capacity. Plus wear on the rails and sticks. Getting new hardware (plus a bonus battery life bump) is a nice deal at $75
True about that screen lottery. One guy who got the new model from gamestop in the other thread had dust specs under the screen and you know since it's gamestop you can't return/exchange it.
They had them last week and had $200 cash or credit when I traded mine. You need both systems to transfer certain saves like Splatoon 2. Now cash is down to $160 but credit is still $200. Best you will get from GS, I think they may have a $25 bonus credit atm so $225 in store credit.
For the sake of input lag, I'd recommend one of Brook's adapters instead. But I suppose it won't matter much in a casual setting. Plus 8BitDo allows for wireless controller use.