In black friday if i get a cool deal or if i dont change my mind until then.
Lately every game i play its the same shit, i get bored after a while or i get bored as soon as i start them.
list of shit i started and didnt finished:
Ass creed odissey: was repetitive garbage with a world full of repetitive garbage quests that bored me.
Gow4 : was bored to the bones and hated the combat, story was not engaging and that little shit of kratos son didnt shut the f. up.
devinity original sin : after 10 hours i was already in painevery time i played it
Sekiro : stopped at final boss, tried 5 times , not worth the suffering to finish it, didnt even watch the ending on youtube.
tomb raider: played like 4 hours and stopped
Switch games can cure me, i just want to lay down in bed or couch and play and chill watching some youtube or podcasts. Switch seems to me have these games and its a system that i might enjoy. Pokemon is the game i just think about now, i just want a switch to play the shit out of this game.
But i have questions first.
I'll post my responses below
Is nintendo shop any good?
No. It's disorganized and if you are hoping to browse it to find interesting games than good luck. It does have sections for Deals, New Releases, Best Selling and Upcoming releases which can help, but it's not laid out great.
Does it have deals often? Every month like psn ? All those games i mentioned costed tops 40 euros most of them way cheaper. Does nintendo shops makes deals for the best games like lets say zelda. once in a while? i dont know wbout your country but in here zelda is still like 60 euros wtf xD, they are more expensive than other games and they just dont drop price.
Once in a while yes, but not often. Nintendo games tend to stay at $60 for a long while. Typically they do sales for Christmas, Summer, E3, and your Birthday if your a member. I think the third parties do sales more often. Other folks may have a better answer.
How many years of life does the switch still have?
Nintendo president Tatsumi Kimishima has reportedly stated to Japanese newspaper Nikkei, as translated by Nintendo Soup, that he wants to carry on selling the Switch for more than just the five or six-year average of most consoles. Apparently, the Switch could be supported for up to seven to 10 years, although there’s no detail on exactly how that would work.
Keep in mind companies say this stuff a lot (Sony said the PS3 was to be a 10 year console). Nintendo typically does 6 year consoles though this varies for the handhelds (3DS was 7). So low 6, more likely 7.
do i need to buy memory card first? I will probably just play pokemon until ff7 remake, last of us 2 and cyberpunk ,after finishing these then i will probably play zelda botw , after that i dont know.
No. Switch has internal memory. You'll only need an SD if you plan to have everything digitally. If you use carts you should be fine for a good while. I did eventually have to get one about 2 years in because I had a lot of eShop games.
Do i need to pay online subcription to play pokemon online?
Best answer: A Nintendo Switch Online subscription is not mandatory for Pokemon Sword & Shield, but it is beneficial to have one - you won't be able to trade Pokemon or battle online without it.
Switch Online is 20 bucks for a year. You get cloud saves with it too so I personally think its worth it for that alone.
Id say Switch is a good buy if you want Nintendo's line-up of games and you want a portable system. I have it docked most of the time but it's easy to bring to a friend's house or on flights (I enjoy traveling a lot). A lot of solid exclusives.