What settings can we change or accessories can we buy to optimism our Nintendo Switch experience?
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I actually decided to make the Switch my first physical collection device. Well, if you don't count older consoles where physical was the only option. Why? I never liked collecting disks. So easy to scratch, show signs of use right away. Cartridges seem to last forever. Better for collecting/resale. Switch game also have small boxes. It just seems like a good match. As an added bonus, Nintendo first party games at least don't seem to depreciate in value much. Also my carrying case comes with slots for games and also the onboard memory sucks.
For a console (my xbox one and ps4) i always baught digital games. Its nice to not have to swap them BUT there is 1 big reason to buy physical copies. And that is the resale value. You can sell your switch for much higher with physical games. If you are not planning to sell it in the future: go digital
Going all digital doesn't prevent a "physical collection". Instead of cartridges, you'll have to store your multiple MicroSD cards. Yes, there will be few "physical" cards, but there will still be the need to keep and store them.
Worse than that, is the fact digital games are pretty much the same cost as physical games. So in the long run, digital games will be a more expensive choice since you have to keep buying MicroSD cards to hold them.
Digital should be cheaper and more convenient than physical, but we're not there yet.
Stick with cartridges for games they are easy to store. no need to buy sd card. you can sell or trade them later for more games. You can buy cheaper used versions. Really a no brainer unless you're rich.
2:40-2:55 Why can’t I use it in another Switch? What happens if I take one out to replace it with a better one? Also, I think I also got the SanDisk card and am wondering what the smaller card is for because the bigger one seems to be all that’s needed.
Great stuff! My Switch is arriving in a couple days and I planned on purchasing non-digital games but Nintendo is selling a digital game (NBA 2k18) cheaper than the non-digital game. I took a look at Nintendo's digital sale details and it says, "a microSD (sold separately) with free storage space of minimum 32GB is requited to download this game, plus 5GB on the system memory. You must have your microSD card inserted before beginning the download". Is this true? If I need to buy a microSD card in addition to the digital game, I'd rather buy the physical game instead. Thanks!
Actually, dark theme on IPS displays use more battery not less. Dark theme on AMOLED displays, however do use less battery. Subjectively speaking, I still prefer dark theme either way. Easier on my eyes.
My only Joy-Con de-syncing issues revolve around my seating position. Sometimes I sit criss-cross on my couch and my legs block the signal when my controllers are in my lap. When I listen to music on my iPad while playing, I keep it right next to me, and it doesn’t interfere with signals.
all digital is stupid, physical costs as much as the digital but can get cheaper especially used games, you can also sell and share the cartridges but if you buy digital you don't actually own the game, it's just licensed to you
I have had my switch since about 2 months after coming out. it's behind TV got about 5 other electronics near it. I had zero joy con problems. I think a few people exaggerated this or they got bad luck.
I just wanted to mention that the joycon straps have a little white tab near where the actual straps are. Just flip that down and they slip right off, that’s why it’s easy to push the little things in when you were talking about how to get them off, that’s because they are attached to the little white tab... it gets locked on there SO IT DOESNT FLY OFF WHILE YOU ARE PLAYING. if you read this, I hope it improves YOUR switch experience.
Not sure if you've addressed this yet but the reason you can not use your SD card in multiple switches is probably because it would be super easy to just make duplicates of digital games and people would be able to basically give away free copies of games
Going full digital is the dumbest thing you can possibly do
1. It takes over your non existent internal space forcing you to buy expensive Micro SD cards that you have to carry around anyway.
2. You don't save any money, the games cost the same and you can't resell them like physical copies
3. You can't trade, lend or borrow any games.
4. Nintendo sucks at having online accounts witch means there's a big possibility that you loose your games if your console is broken, lost or stolen.
Say no to digital games, companies don't want us to own our games anymore. Nintendo is one of the few people that let us keep the actual game and also Steam is alright because they let you download the full game to your PC and PC has plenty of space unlike the Switch.
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