Its no longer a Nintendo, "Switch," some games lose functionality, and the most recent update has better battery life then the Lite
Yeah, in the same way a "2DS" is no longer in "3D" or a "3DS" for that matter, and by no surprise, that is the last 3DS left standing, as the only official "3DS" system left. The "New" 3DS models also supports games that the bigger OG "3DS" & "XL"user base can no longer play or use like SNES VC games, or specific new titles like Minecraft, Binding of Isaac or Xenoblade.
So what is shown as no longer a "Switch", is pretty much the same as the 2DS that is no longer a 3DS, even though it plays and functions just fine for over 95% of games. And what a shocker, as "3D" is the main feature of a 3DS, and yet the 2D models are the only ones left and promoted on their site. Can people really be this clueless?
I for one have said from day one I found the NS way over priced for what was being offered, and people argude that opinion, like I was suppose to be happy with the NS, just because they are. I have ZERO interest in playing this on a TV, taking off the JC, or using motion controls of any kind. So why would I buy the OG Switch? If I wanted those features, I would have bought that unit. So I didn't want to pay for features I find 110% completely useless, and now I have a choice, and that's a problem why?
I also wanted a handheld that was more portable, and a handheld with a proper D-Pad that I don't have to pay an extra $70 to acquire(a d-pad is standard on most systems since FOREVER). So the NS I wanted, had features the $300 NS didn't have or offer, and why would I pay for that? You can still buy the so called "Switch" that Switches, and another that is clearly labeled "Lite", which implies less features. If it was called the Switch "Plus", then I could see the issue, but of course, that's not the case.