The Nintendo Switch is the first video game console I’ve loved as an object on its own terms. I recognize how ridiculous this sounds.Did I love the Super NES? Yeah kinda. Did I love the PlayStation or the Xbox 360? I guess. More than anything, I loved the games I played on those consoles. Not the console itself.The Nintendo Switch is different. Sure, the Switch is a conduit to brilliant video game experiences, but it’s more than that. The Switch is an experience in and of itself. It’s an object that’s transformed the ways you could interact with home consoles. It’s different.I’m a time-poor parent of two, and the Switch is the console that gave me back my video games. I can play on the bus, on the train, in bed before I sleep. This is traditional handheld fare but, again, the Switch is different. It bends to my will. On the few occasions I do have time to sit on the couch and play video games the old-fashioned way, the Nintendo Switch pours itself into the gaps of my life seamlessly. The 28 best games on the Nintendo Switch 28 Photos Best of all, it feels premium and important. Traditional… Read full this story
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