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RolStoppable said:
SammyGiireal said:


The Switch remains the most powerful dedicated handheld around. So yes, specs matter. You are paying 300 dollars and you are getting great tech as far as Handhelds go. 200 if you get the lite version. The Wii U was hampered by a collection of issues, horsepower being one of them.

If specs were what mattered for a handheld, then the Vita would have been a good deal at $250.

And the PSP would have soundly beaten the DS.

Mr Puggsly said:
theRepublic said:
Software. The answer is almost always the software.

The name, also known as marketing, did not help.

We are seeing virtually the same software thrive on Switch.

If those same games were downgraded for the original Wii, they would have succeeded there as well.

Having most WiiU games ported over to the Switch just makes the WiiU even a more pointless system from a games perspective... Although as a collector I am enjoying collecting the WiiU as it has a tiny games library and it's cheap to collect for.

The games were great, there just wasn't enough of them often enough, the Switch seems to have solved that issue.

--::{PC Gaming Master Race}::--