Nintendo Direct Announced - Thursday March 25th 2pm

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Barnsy!
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PostRe: Nintendo Direct Announced - Thursday March 25th 2pm
by Barnsy! » Sun Mar 29, 2020 10:56 am

KK wrote:Maybe they’ll just jump straight into the Switch 2 in 2021 (you’d think they’d now stick with it rather than trying to reinvent the wheel again).


The Switch is my favourite console of all time and I'd like to think it is only about half way through its properly active life cycle.

I would be interested in a Switch Pro if it offered better graphics, frame rate etc when docked. I'm not a big graphics / performance guy and it didn't bother me before but I've broke out the Xbox One for the time in ages ("working" from home :shifty: ) and it just made it apparent how far behind the Switch is graphically* as you'd expect. So it would be nice if a Switch Pro could just offer a little sharper graphics.

As for handheld mode its basically great. But, one tiny thing - the VR doesn't really work, if we had a really sharp HD handheld maybe more games would support VR and it would work really well - I'd quite like that.

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PostRe: Nintendo Direct Announced - Thursday March 25th 2pm
by gaminglegend » Tue Mar 31, 2020 1:38 am

Barnsy! wrote:
KK wrote:Maybe they’ll just jump straight into the Switch 2 in 2021 (you’d think they’d now stick with it rather than trying to reinvent the wheel again).


The Switch is my favourite console of all time and I'd like to think it is only about half way through its properly active life cycle.

I would be interested in a Switch Pro if it offered better graphics, frame rate etc when docked. I'm not a big graphics / performance guy and it didn't bother me before but I've broke out the Xbox One for the time in ages ("working" from home :shifty: ) and it just made it apparent how far behind the Switch is graphically* as you'd expect. So it would be nice if a Switch Pro could just offer a little sharper graphics.

As for handheld mode its basically great. But, one tiny thing - the VR doesn't really work, if we had a really sharp HD handheld maybe more games would support VR and it would work really well - I'd quite like that.


Got to agree. I didn’t realise but some people include the Wii U in the current gen. If we go off Xbox/PS there’s more life in the switch yet, the consoles held its price well since launch too.

It comes down to games I guess really. If they can continue to develop good titles in house and with their third parties there’s no reason for anything new yet. But if the other developers are going to move away and not support the platform...

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