- Oct 25, 2017
They replaced the digital controller of Switch with a regular d-pad, just like it happened in the real Switch Lite. I don't think it is a coincidence. Most probably they came upon an internal mockup?
are people defending it or just stating factsI'm baffled that people are defending the lack of TV output by arguing that Nintendo needs a reason to keep selling the original model. Why would you expect such a feature when you could just buy two consoles instead?! It's such a pro-corporate and anti-consumer thing to argue. Wanting to have TV out on a smaller model is not some kind of unreasonable, outlandish desire.
The price is really good. I reckon it'll sell super well especially with right software.The form factor is still a bit strange for something that’s supposed to be more portable though, no way I’m going to put this in a pocket without getting any scratches. That is slightly disappointing.
I wonder if it will sell as much as people think, I’m not good at guessing, anyone dares to make an estimate for its’ first month?
The Lite is now the configuration/features that software will be developed for- not local multiplayer with the joycons. That's over.
For reals. I don't own a Switch and was waiting for this. Even the PSP could connect to a TV. Disappointed. I guess I'll wait and see what the Pro is.
and its amazing!
X box isn't shaped like a Cross or X (anymore) so a Switch that doesn't switch is no big deal. Some of you people really try to come up with the most convoluted negative points, don't you?
Just use Electronic contact cleaner.Looks great in concept but I've already expressed my #1 concern: the analog drifting issue.
Whereas with the detachable Joy-cons one could buy replacements on the cheap on Amazon, or ship them back to Nintendo to get them fixed/replaced while keeping the Screen/Console at home, you would now be looking at an unplayable console that drifts and all you can do is take the whole thing apart, potentially damaging the unit, or shipping the whole thing back to Nintendo which has other implications, such as having to get a replacement without your saves, not to mention you wouldn't have a console to play on for a while.
The video specifically says that it's not suitable for games that require motion controls like 1-2 Switch.
Until the Switch Pro releases that will have joycons and HD rumble and more features than the original Switch? Um ok, I guess?