Soapbox: Hurry Up And Release The Switch Pro Already, My Switch Is Dying – Nintendo Life

Kate Gray

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I d enjoy to be able to upgrade at the very same time as leaving this one to rest in peace, but reasonably, its more likely to pass away on me long before a brand-new Switch model comes out. I cant pay for to wait a lot longer, so Im most likely gon na splash out on that elegant brand-new blue purple indigo blue Switch Lite that was simply revealed. A minimum of that way I will not feel too annoyed if the Switch Pro gets revealed right away after I struck the “Buy” button, which it nearly absolutely will.
Are you in a comparable boat? What did you end up doing after/before your Nintendo Switch lastly bit the bucket kicked the bullet died? Let us understand in the comments!

Outright system (Image: Nintendo Life) I have actually so far assumed that a “Switch Pro”, or whatever they end up calling it, would be designed specifically to avoid the myriad of issues that come with the fundamental Nintendo Switch. I presumed that it would do some clever hardware hoax to make drift a thing of the past. I assumed that it would be so powerful that it wouldnt wheeze pathetically whenever I try to play a game of Picross.
None of us really understand a damn thing about what Nintendo is planning for their next hardware reveal, or whether it will attend to the problems that the present Nintendo Switch has at all. Like an idiot, Im sat here patiently waiting for a magical cure-all design of Switch that may or might not be better than the hopping old pet dog with a missing out on eye and bald patches everywhere that I currently have. The Switch, that is.

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Getting a brand-new piece of technology is a lot like getting a pup on Christmas Day. The rest of the afternoon and evening are likely to be spent playing with your brand-new present, admiring how perfect and brand-new it is, and altering all the settings so its just the method you like it.
Fast forward a couple of years, and the passage of time will have taken its toll. The pup is now a fully grown pet dog, and although you still like it quite, you have to confess that it sure does love to chew on your new trainers, and it keeps leaving stacks of sick right outside your bed room door like a present.
Also, my Switch, after 2 years, was starting to reveal signs of wear and tear, and Switch years are a lot shorter than dog years. A life on the roadway scratched it up even worse than a cat who lost a fight, and Im obviously not the only one whos got a network of cracks down the back – obviously theres some issue with parts swelling when the Switch fumes. Sounds hazardous!

My Switch, after 2 years, was beginning to reveal indications of wear and tear, and Switch years are a lot much shorter than canine years. I lost the battery charger and the dock in some way, and I feel like Nintendo will decline to repair the Switch of somebody so dang careless.
Absolute system (Image: Nintendo Life) I have so far presumed that a “Switch Pro”, or whatever they end up calling it, would be created specifically to avoid the myriad of issues that come with the standard Nintendo Switch. None of us really understand a damn thing about what Nintendo is planning for their next hardware expose, or whether it will deal with the concerns that the current Nintendo Switch has at all. What did you end up doing after/before your Nintendo Switch lastly bit the container kicked the bullet passed away?

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Not to mention that it whimpers and heaves like a teenager being required to go on a walking whenever I ask it to run games, even the basic ones. Its specifying where Im half anticipating it to just explode one day while Im playing Story of Seasons in bed.
And, like nearly everyone whos owned a Switch for a while, I have Joy-Con drift on all 4 of my Joy-Cons. I mainly utilize a Pro Controller to navigate the concern, however that suggests I cant play handheld for long, or Ill wind up chucking the thing at the wall. And that certainly would not assist.
I cant get it fixed, because its a UK Switch, and I live in Canada, and they will not let me send it in. Im also a little nervous to send out in the gadget I use for work, because I wouldnt be able to review anything, check information, or take screenshots for posts for who knows how long. I lost the dock and the battery charger in some way, and I feel like Nintendo will refuse to fix the Switch of somebody so dang reckless.
Long story short, Ive been waiting on the Switch Pro for a while now. I understand its simply a rumour, and I understand this is all really “very first world problem”, however realistically, if Im going to drop a considerable quantity of dosh on a new Switch, I dont desire it to begin deteriorating instantly like my present one. I do not desire to deal with Joy-Con drift once again, however I likewise dont want to feel forced into buying third-party peripherals to repair it – although, I have to state, the Hori Split Pad is quite tempting.

Kate Gray

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