Six Years on the Nintendo Switch, Nothing but Joy – Reader’s Feature
if nintendo switch Celebrating the 6th anniversary of the first issue, readers look back on their history with consoles and numerous extraordinary experiences.
with Nintendo The Switch recently celebrated its 6th anniversary, but it really went by in a blink of an eye.
Looking back on what I’ve been doing as a gamer for the past six years.
now i own Xbox I love the Series S and Game Pass, but when it comes to games in general, I want to challenge myself in the most unorthodox way possible.
For better or worse, I’ve never done anything like this before, so I want to approach a new game with a child’s eye.
After all, you like new experiences, aren’t you a gamer?
Are you doing things that most people wouldn’t consider normal?
From the beginning, 1-2 switch Got a game where you had to pretend to eat a baguette from your controller and count the rolling balls on your Joy-Con? That was the magic of the game in itself. I don’t care what you think of his 1-2 Switch or the console itself. It was pure genius.
years later nintendo labo It came out. The cardboard sheets had a bad reputation for being too tall (and they did), but anyone who’s ever built one of these kits will tell you it’s almost like a feat of engineering. .
It’s smart, it’s sturdy, it’s unlike anything gamers have ever seen, and it worked, too.
We’ve also dabbled in VR, with impressive results.
By the way, Nintendo partners with Legonot a bad move for either company, and realized they were making Mario and his friends Lego playsets.
I’ve spent most of the last few years of gaming smiling and doing silly and stupid things that only concern me.
I was that girl again.
It was a weird generation for Nintendo, that’s for sure. They started doing it with a lot of people writing them down, but they did it themselves and it worked.
A lot of the success came from the Wii U port. Which says more about product perception than software quality (but that’s a different feature – if anyone wants to try there?)
With new movies and theme parks, Nintendo is becoming more than just a games company.
Yet they can instinctively make me smile.
My point is, as a game fan, I’ve spent a lot of time in the last few years not actually playing the game, but enjoying the things that evolve from it. I was smiling. That’s really all there is to it.
now i look forward to putting mine Joycon in toilet paper Rolling over Homer Simpson’s dinner tray because I’m a big kid.
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