Top 5 reasons why the Nintendo Switch may be a success
Nintendo unveiled its' newest console portable thing, the Nintendo Switch.
Here are the top five reason why the Nintendo Switch may be a success.
At #5, no confusion.
When Nintendo introduced its successor to the Wii It was named the Wii U. A lot of people did not realize that it was a whole new console, and not just another version of the Wii.
This time Nintendo smartened up and went with the very descriptive Switch name.
That should get people to realize this is not another Wii.
At number four, it still has major Nintendo titles Nintendo has held a tight grip on its own video game titles.
Rarely will you see a Super Mario on something that's not a Nintendo machine.
If you want Zelda, Yoshi, Mario Kart, or a bunch of other games, they're only on Nintendo.
At number three, shareability.
The Nintendo Switch is not trapped in your home entertainment center.
When you pick up the console for on the go gaming, you can share that with other people without taking turns.
When the Switch is out in the real world it is going to turn heads.
At #2, Nintendo knows handhelds.
Nintendo has an odd position in the gaming world.
Its own consoles lag behind Sony and Microsoft.
However, its handhelds always sell well.
The switch is both and by making a portable console with game cards Games should load quicker than using those older optical discs.
At #1 is it's different.
What set the Wii apart was how different it was from the other consoles.
Graphics weren't the star but gameplay was.
With the Switch, Nintendo has something very different from Xbox or the Playstation.
It's so different that it could be a success.
Go check out top5.cnet.com soon to see the top 5 reasons why the Switch could flop.
I'll see you online.
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