This week, we’ll look at the most common problems people run into when they’re trying to play a game on the Nintendo Switch.
We’ll also give you our top tips to improve your time with it.
We know that a lot of you are worried about how the Nintendo console is designed, or if it’s really designed to be a gamepad.
But there’s no denying that its biggest selling point is that it’s a console.
And while we’ve talked before about the way Nintendo’s games are optimized to run on the Switch, its games also work with the console as a controller.
We want to take a look at all the issues you’ll run into while playing your favourite Nintendo Switch games, as well as some of the solutions we’ve seen that have been tested on the system.
We’ve also broken down all the games you can play on your Switch using the system, as they can’t be played on your PS4 or Xbox One.
We’ll start with a simple game you can use to try out the Switch’s controller: Dodger.
This is an arcade-style game in which you have to dodge falling balls while trying to score as many points as possible.
Its main attraction is that the game will also let you play with the Switch Joy-Con controllers.
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