Nintendo has certainly had plenty of gaming devices over the years – from the NES, N64 and GameCube through the DS and 3DS to the Wii and Wii U and now the Switch. New material tends to appear every five or six years.
So we’re now five years into Nintendo’s Switch era, and according to CNET’s Scott Stein, 2022 seems like a time when the Switch could be ready to evolve, even as other gaming devices continue to catch up. He reflects on five years of living with the Switch and what it could do from now on.
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Comment: The Switch still performs just as well, despite newer and faster competitors. But is it time for an evolution?
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