Even if it doesn’t feel that way to long term fans and owners.
Many reading these pages have owned a Switch for nearly 5 years. We likely have extensive game libraries, a wonky Joy-Con stick or two, and a lot of fond memories. Yet the feverish attempts to wish a Switch ‘Pro’ into existence this year, as opposed to whenever Nintendo is good and ready to release an upgrade or successor, spoke to that desire for something shiny and a bit more powerful. While millions of Sony and Microsoft players – the lucky ones anyway – are enjoying a new generation of hardware the Switch is looking increasingly creaky, while some ports in recent times are either extremely rough or ‘Cloud Versions’.
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