The Switch has been out for around six weeks now, so it's a good time to ask: if you picked one up, or were thinking about grabbing one, how have you found it?
One of the biggest criticisms against the Switch was the game library, which has rapidly grown. The thing that's impressed me the most, though, is how reasonable the pricing is on the eShop. NEOGEO games are slightly cheaper than their Steam variants. Bigger indies like Mr. Shifty and Graceful Explosion Machine are under $20. Fast RMX was only $30, which wasn't a bad deal for the Wipeout crowd.
Sure, you have publishers that price games at stupid amounts still. Nobody is buying LEGO City Undercover at $89.95. $60 for Puyo-Puyo Tetris is ridiculous. But there's always a few outliers.
I'm looking forward to spending a bit more time on the road with the Switch during my Japan holiday. I've done some long train journeys with it so far - about five or six hours - and it held up well, but I'm keen to get the full Playing Switch On The Plane experience. Shame Mario Kart won't be out by the time I fly out, but I'm keen to play it on the flight home.
How have you found the Nintendo Switch so far, and what are you looking from the console in the months ahead?