It's definitely not a premium experience, but they aren't charging premium dollars. I happily paid the measly $35 for the yearly family plan. It costs more to stop at a fast food place for a shit lunch or to see an hour and a half movie at a theater.
I can play Monster Hunter to my hearts content...maybe toss some Kart, Smash or Splatoon into the mix. I'm happy as a clam, if clams are indeed happy.
Anything else they toss in beyond that is just peachy.
Someone mentioned the OS as a detractor of the overall experience. I think that that's all subjective and up to personal preference, not necessarily that there is anything wrong or bad about it. Personally, I love the ui's no frills look and functionality. It's simple, clean and fast. I do miss some of the social aspect that WiiU had built in, and would like to see better communication options, ala xbl.
The e-shop could use some work, also. Feels messy compared to the rest of the ui (ie. too busy) and not well organized.
Last edited by Kwaidd - on 11 February 2019