Gaming: Nintendo Switch Does What Other Consoles Don’t
The PlayStation has been my primary gaming platform for many years now; it has everything a gamer wants: graphics, performance, versatility and connectivity. But, one thing was still missing, and that’s mobility. Moving your PlaySation around is not an easy and friendly task.
Remember the old Sega Genesis Ads? “Genesis Does What Nintendon’t.” Well, today “Nintendo Switch Does What Other Consoles Don’t.”
We’ve constantly been talking about the Mobile first era, well this is it. It is not just about Smartphones; it’s about being connected on your device-of-choice whenever and wherever you are.
With the Nintendo Switch, it’s love at first sight. It is remarkably small and compact for a console. It is easy to move around and set up on different TVs. All you need is to plug the HDMI connector to the TV, and you are set to go.
The Switch has a 6.2-inch, multi-touch, 720p LCD screen with beautiful graphics. It’s most prominent feature is portability, simply undock and use as a handheld device. You can play alone, or with others, the two Joy-Con controllers are already included in the box. Even the games are as small as a memory card.