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Which console will be close in performance?

XB1 13 8.78%
 
PS4 49 33.11%
 
PS4 pro 47 31.76%
 
XB1X 8 5.41%
 
XBox Series S 24 16.22%
 
PS5 3 2.03%
 
XBox Series X 4 2.70%
 
Total:148
Cobretti2 said:
Conina said:

I just started a new backup of my Switch SD card (320 GB data). Transfer speed is ~60 MB/s, so the backup process should be finished after 90 minutes.

I thought the SD card would be encrypted and prevent copy to HDD via say windows? How o you do it I haven't been able to find a clear answer?

Just switch your Switch off, eject the micro-SD card, connect it with your PC (f.e. put it in a SD-card-adapter, put the SD-card adapter in a USB-adapter, plug the whole thing into a USB port), copy the whole Nintendo-folder onto your HDD, disconnect the USB-device properly, plug the microSD back into your Switch, turn on the Switch.



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I'm curious if Nintendo will make account transfer, including digital games, to the S2 modern. Nintendo is is some what archaic in this regard. The ps3 had a better account system.



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Cobretti2 said:

ON a side note, how awesome would it be if Nintendo at the end of the Switch life, released firmware that doesn't tie your game data to a console. Then can easily replace your broken switch.

Yeah, that would be great. The digital games are bound to an Nintendo account anyways.

Just put the SD card into the new Switch, log in with the same Nintendo account and the data of that user gets unlocked.

Works fine on Xbox One/Series and PS4/PS5 for external devices.



Conina said:
Cobretti2 said:

ON a side note, how awesome would it be if Nintendo at the end of the Switch life, released firmware that doesn't tie your game data to a console. Then can easily replace your broken switch.

Yeah, that would be great. The digital games are bound to an Nintendo account anyways.

Just put the SD card into the new Switch, log in with the same Nintendo account and the data of that user gets unlocked.

Works fine on Xbox One/Series and PS4/PS5 for external devices.

I still buy physical, but more so backup all the installed data, patches, etc that get installed. Will those work I guess, or because I am physical games they tie to the console, even though I am logged in with a Nintendo Account.



 

 

Well thankfully my Wii U isn't bricked, and hopefully stays that way. However after fired it up it up it remined me just how some of the features are better than Switch, but also after using Switch, just how slow the WiiU OS is lol.

Hopefully Switch 2 will have some more features, closer to Wii U but also be as quick as the Switch OS



 

 

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I think the switch 2 will be closer to the xbox series s.



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