I am weak to cute things

I did not need a second Switch.

Technically, yes, I had a launch model that was hackable and I had no intentions of ever actually hacking it and so I can probably sell it for a decent sum, and even if I don’t do that my wife would probably like to have her own Switch to play her Otome games on without having to wade through my disturbing collection of strip Mahjong games, and I DO play a fair amount in handheld mode so the extended battery life in the new model is probably a good thing, but…

I really did not need this.  I haven’t even ever played an Animal Crossing game!

On the other hand, the pastel joycons are really cute.  And the white dock with the Tanuki on it is also cute.  And I am weak to cute things.

Besides, I just got my tax refund.  If I’m being honest, I had NOT received my tax refund at the point where I bought this but we will not go into that.

Transferring user data was pretty slick.  I have to give Nintendo credit there.  I understand that it doesn’t work for every title, but I don’t own any of the ones that it doesn’t work for.  I’m having to re-download all of my games because it deleted all of the ones that were on the SD card when I moved it from Switch A to Switch B, but right now Comcast has removed the bandwidth cap for residential customers so I don’t really mind all that much.

Anyway, now I can go back to playing the exact same games I was playing on the existing Switch.

Just slightly cuter.

 

 

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1 Response to I am weak to cute things

  1. I’m right there with you, I have really had to hold back from buying that one!

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