Definitely the gamecube, I loved the small discs, the controller, and it was strong as a rock. I had the black one, it was beautiful.
The switch is by far the worse Nintendo hardware, you drop it you break the whole system, has the worst controller too, and its a pain to recharge the battery, you need to put on the stand to recharge and you cant play while charging unless you buy extra hardware. Also when playing portable, the joycons are not that strongly attached, I've tested 3 switches and all have the issue that you feel the joycons moving slightly when playing hard.
The main reason the switch is one of the worse Nintendo hardware related is specs, its nowhere near the competition, while consoles like NES, SNES, N64 and gamecube were on par or better than the competition specs wise. Example, N64 was more powerful than a ps1, SNES was on par with megadrive, Gamecube was more powerful than ps2.
The switch was not even close to ps4, a system launched 3 years before.
Also, it has the worst cross of any system ever.
The N64 was great, I loved that the cartridges had no loading, just didn't like the design much.
Last edited by victor83fernandes - on 26 February 2020