Top 10 Biggest Problems with the Nintendo Switch
I wouldn't have a problem with it if it actually provided some bang for my buck. I don't like paying for an online service that offers a pretty unreliable connection. And don't get me started with the voice chat via mobile app, or not all games supporting cloud saves.
As long as it's inexpensive and fixes the god awful wifi connections that previous Nintendo consoles/handhelds had, it shouldn't be too much of a problem.
Most consoles have paid online services. And it's only $20 a year. I think most of this list is just XBOX and PlayStation kids complaining about Nintendo.
N0t really. It doesn't happen to me. I think its because I have the newer nintendo switch
It needs more connection
Ugh it gets annoying!
The main controller is even more expensive. Joy-cons cost 90 BUCKS despite being faulty as heck
Breath Of The Wild technically shouldn't count as a port.
To fix that get a screen protector that's why they exist.
Never had an issue. This doesn't happen to me
Never had a problem with that.
There are ways to remove Joy-Con drift from the controllers, such as using a straw to place it into the control sticks and blowing the dust out, however, that can have its flaws, because your spit can get into the controller. And of course, those issues can come with the cartridges, as well. One time, my Breath of the Wild cartridge became faulty, so I tried using hand sanitizer and a paper towel on the connector pins, and surprisingly, it worked, so why can't the Switch controllers need cleaning to get rid of Joy-Con drift? Thankfully, the Skyward Sword HD Joy-Cons seem to have fixed the drift issue, so why can't all the Joy-Cons be like this?
I absolutely hate Joycon drift. One time, when I was playing Mega Man 11, Joycon drift forced me to choose Impact Man's power up for the whole level! At least use it when it's necessary! And I tried cleaning the Joycons excessively, only to have them drift a couple of days later. It not only ruins your gameplay experience, but Nintendo said that Joycon drift is just a minor issue! It's huge! Many gamers had to get their Joycons repaired, only for them to start drifting again! I hate that Joycon drift exists. I really do.
Why am I expected to pay 60(0kr) bucks for games like Super Mario Party, Mario Tennis Aces or Yoshi's Crafted World when they don't even offer that much?
Too much money.
No it really isn't since the Xbox one cost $500 at launch and ps4 cost %400 at launch. The switch only cost $300, which is about the price of a xbox one s, ps4 slim, and cheaper than a ps4 pro and (soon to be launched) xbox one s. Only thing pricy about it are it's pro controllers and overpriced dock.
It's the fourth cheapest console by LAUNCH. Its accessories are overpriced, but not the Switch itself.
In other countries yeah, but in America isn't too bad. Unless you count those scumbag scalpers...
The Wii didn't have many games at launch and it still did very well. You can't really have a lot of launch titles, you don't want to overwhelm your consumers on which games to pick, especially when many will be only picking one game when they first get the console.
I'm mostly happy that there wasn't too many games at launch. This allowed Nintendo to slowly release new games, instead of releasing them all at once causing a drought of post-launch games for the system.
Out of the launch titles, only one of them is amazing. It should be fairly obvious which game I'm talking about here...
There's a number of different news, polls and YouTube videos of people's Switch consoles facing a number of different technical problems. Even one of my friends also got a faulty one.
I don't believe that there is anything wrong with the Nintendo switch, however it's worth allot more money!
I got my switch on launch day and I never had any technical issues.
Could be better
I think they mean when you press a button the switch doesn't receive the command or "disconnects".
The left Joy Con to be specific..
They are supposed to
It kinda sucked for me because I was really excited when I got a Wii U for Christmas, and then the Switch came out the following year. But that was just my experience.
I am planning to get a switch quickly, I hope they don't release another console only 3 years after it's release
I wish they didn't "rush" the Switch out to immediately replace the Wii U. I understand why they did, but I just feel bad for the Wii U tbh.
I think it should've came out in December 2017.
I think this mean that it don't run games from older consoles, like the game boy, gamecube and n64.
Not a that big deal with the past four consoles already being it.
Yeah that kinda sucks. I'd Rather Mario Kart 9 than Mario Kart 8 all over again
The wii u gets all the luxury but the 3DS games get the short end of the stick. They to give ports to games like pokemon USUM and Mario and Luigi dream team.
Every game is either a bad remake, a sequel to an older game or an older game with DLC included that says deluxe in the title. Nothing unique
Really? Name ONE similarity between mario Odyssey and 3D World other than you play as Mario.
Some are very boring.
Can't stand your Switch up while charging, very big flaw.
I can't stand it up when charging.
At least ones not made by Nintendo.
Yeah it's disappointing.
I don't use handheld.
There's a secret internet browser on the Switch. I've used it before and it's pretty good. It only allowed you on for 20 minutes though.
Why does the console need a browser if you have your own smartphone for that? Like, a console is only for gaming, and not for social networks, YouTube, memes and everything else.
I don't understand complain about browser.
Well there is YouTube and Disney +. The weird thing is that one of the nintendo staff Reggie guarrinttened Netflix would be available on the switch but it never happened