I have to say - I'mstill looking at this thing called the Switch without a good grip on how I'm supposed to be excited about it.
OK, I can plug it into my TV at home, and take it with me on the go. Hmm. So if it's on the go, it's the biggest PSP I've ever had - that part is "fine but not overly exciting". (I mean - they've already been increasing size over and over and over. Itdoesn't fit into my pocket already, right?)
If it's hooked to myTV, it's just like another console before. Except they've at last chosen to have a normal controller, which I both like and am unexcited about - it's just the same as ever, right?
What's the point of putting a screen down in the street (and getting it stolen by a passerby) to play with friends, instead of using that flat TV I got home?
Where's the innovation that Nintendo shelved (or tried to) regularly? With many VR experiences coming to us, is Nintendo just going to watch that train pass and stay sitting on the bench?
If you want excitement, seriously, get to try an HTC Vive or Oculus Rift. they don't have the AAA line up yet either, but the experience is new. (And yes, they lack a way to walk for real over longer distances than a couple of steps. Still. Wow there. No wow here.)