The Nintendo Switch OLED has finally been unveiled after months of rumours. I’m personally a big fan, especially since I usually play the Switch in handheld mode, but I can’t help feeling bad for all of the TV mode purists out there.
The main selling point of the Nintendo Switch is obvious: you can use it as both a handheld device and a console but Nintendo has been neglecting the latter use case ever since it first launched the Switch.
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