Nintendo Switch Reviews Reveal Wii U Features Way Better

By Mia P. , Updated Mar 06, 2017 05:02 AM EST
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Nintendo Switch, being the hybrid console that the company promised may be used to play on both television and just about anywhere. However, the console may have rolled out without a few nifty Nintendo functions missing.

No Turn The TV On Button On The Nintendo Switch

Note that Nintendo Switch users may still have to turn on their TVs with a remote. On the contrary, the Wii U GamePad featured a small television button on its face. Hence, when properly paired with the TV, may have basic remote functions on the embedded screen. Gamers may not only turn on the TV on the Wii U but also set the Input, adjust the volume and turn the channels.

On the other hand, while the Wii U featured a stellar line-up of games, the quantity remained low. However, with backwards compatibility with the entirety of its Virtual Console and WiiWare catalog, the Wii U could play over a thousand games on Launch Day. By contrast, the Nintendo Switch comes with only a dozen titles at launch with upgrade titles like Wii Sports club.

When it came to Internet browsing, the Wii U Internet browser featured both a stylish form and functionality. Note that Nintendo's previous console had a two-screen format while the Nintendo Switch launched with a single screen. Apparently the Nintendo Switch has no internet browser and Netflix and YouTube video-sharing did not launch on Day One, Paste Magazine reported.

Nintendo Switch Game Titles Packs One Of The Highest Reviewed Titles Ever

In other news,The Legend of Zelda" coming to the Nintendo Switch has reached new heights after the console released with "Breath of the Wild." It has been revealed that the Wii U and Nintendo Switch game is now among some of the most highly-rated reviewed games of all time, Express UK reported. Note that the new Zelda game is now placed in the top 5 topped only by "The Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time", among others.

Nintendo Switch title now has an average score of 98 from reviewers, while the "Ocarina of Time" scored 99. The Nintendo Switch, however,  has yet launched a plethora of AAA games on the console. Nevertheless, it is expected that the console would sell over 5 million units this year. Watch a comparison between the controllers below:

 

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