The Nintendo Switch was officially unveiled at E3, and while many were disappointed to see the handheld go missing from the Nintendo Switch showcase, there were still a few who were ecstatic to see what the Nintendo hardware would be able to offer.
So how will it compare to the other new consoles released this year?
Well, we’ve got a pretty solid overview of the new Nintendo hardware, and it looks like we’ve already been given a good glimpse at what the Switch has to offer, which is all well and good, but what about the games that will be available on it?
As you might expect, this is where we get a bit of a mixed bag, with the Switch’s biggest selling point, a lot of its games, and some of the best games, being the games you’d expect.
That said, we’re still getting a lot more info about the new consoles than we did last year, so let’s take a look at the big hitters.
New Nintendo 3DS: The Nintendo 3D platform is a bit behind the other consoles, but it’s the best option for those who want a big screen with good looking 3D visuals.
The Nintendo Nintendo 3d platform is also the most expensive 3D display out there, and you’ll need to shell out a fair bit to get the best of both worlds.
If you’re not quite ready to shell for the extra money, then you can get the 3DS in either white or pink, which are both good options.
This is going to be a bit more expensive than some of its peers, but the Switch will get you a really good experience.