How The Switch Made Me A Nintendo Kid Again

Six months after the Nintendo Switch's release we've seen that the console itself is still hard as ever to find. Releases like Legend of Zelda Breath of the Wild, Splatoon 2, ARMS, Mario Kart, and Mario + Rabbids Kingdom Battle have been critical and commercial successes. But, the Switch's path to success wasn't always spelled out. MR Bad Bit explains, how the Nintendo Switch made him a Nintendo hater, to a Nintendo Kid all over again.

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yellowgerbil381d ago

The sense of discovery in Zelda is amazing, and really makes me feel like a kid again. I was trying to kill a deer with one of those bombs and missed it. only to knock a tree down... it landed right on the deer and I got a nice juicey slab of meat for it :)

Benjaminkno381d ago

As a Nintendo fan, I have yet to pick one up. I've got such a huge backlog of other games to play I just don't have the time.

I'm waiting for metroid, or Fallout 4.
But I was thinking that a newer model could potentially be revealed in the next 2 years.

The fun factor to nintendo's software never disappoints, which is why I'll probably always keep playing. Their quality is guaranteed. And finding a used copy of their games is not easy to find because people keep them.
I still feel a little burned by the WiiU even though I'm still enjoying it.
I picked up Xenoblade X for $7. A mistake made by GameStop I'm sure but I wasn't going to say anything. They scalp people on everything. They can owe me one for a change.

I'm not ready to shell out over $400 to make the leap just yet. It's good to see that it's doing well though.

mkis007381d ago (Edited 381d ago )

I admit 2 weeks into owning one, its a pretty neat device... Zelda is an amazing launch game. It still has some framerate issues I don't appreciate though. Like in the Korok Forest. Next game for me is Odyssey