#1
Vertette
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=59yuBFRSZdg

woah
#2
Mario
too small
“Naturally, the workers are perfectly free; the manufacturer does not force them to take his materials and his cards, but he says to them..'If you don't like to be frizzled in my frying- pan, you can take a walk into the fire.” -Friedrich Engels
#3
nam-T
No TV mode seems like a deliberate downgrade, but it looks good for those only interested in a dedicated handheld.
I'll be waiting for the deluxe version before I retire my current Switch.


As an aside, I hope the maniacs who want a TV-only Switch never get one
#4
Vertette
(Jul 10, 2019 at 1:32 PM)Mario Wrote: too small

huh that's what my date said last night too
#5
GeneralGuy
I don't like it. Looks awful and has a bunch of features removed. Plus, it's probably unhackable too.
#6
Draku

>dpad instead of the stupid joycon buttons on the left side

shit, it's a direct upgrade

here's hoping the joysticks don't drift in a few months like with the normal joycons :^)
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#7
Mario
Honestly I really like that they're doing this. The d-pad is great and that one honestly surprises me. But also just having a dedicated handheld switch like this is going to encourage developers to make sure to optimize for handheld modes in their games. Regardless if you're getting one or not I think it's a win/win for switch owners.
“Naturally, the workers are perfectly free; the manufacturer does not force them to take his materials and his cards, but he says to them..'If you don't like to be frizzled in my frying- pan, you can take a walk into the fire.” -Friedrich Engels

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