The biggest travesty with this product is how few reviews it has, and hence how it gets pushed down in Amazon's algorithm.
I play my Switch almost exclusively in handheld mode. I've tried two other cases (PDP, and an unlicensed brand on Amazon), and while they were serviceable...the thing that makes this one so much better is the extended grips / handles. They save your wrists, and make it so much more comfortable to game harder and longer. It 's actually pretty lightweight, while feeling physically solid when attached to the Switch.
At first, I didn't want to buy the case, as it's quite a bit more expensive than just buying the grip ($14.99), and I was worried it would be too large to conveniently travel with. Now looking back, I'm really glad I did. Clearly no other case can efficiently fit the grips, and at this point I can't imagine playing without them. The case is actually pretty sleek, well-built and durable, and not as inconveniently bulky as I had thought it would be. It's actually pretty amazing how much fits in the case - the primary appeal for me is being able to fit in the game cartridges, two joy-con straps, and a charging cord.
At this point anything else would be gravy...but the thumb grips are worth purchasing on their own. They provide great traction and control, and fit onto the joy-cons like a glove. Again, I have the PDP thumb grips, and they are nowhere near as good. The rubber on the RDS is firmer and has a much higher durometer (yes I'm an engineer).
I honestly can't think of a single thing I don't like about this product. And I love that they sell the grips / handles separately. I have no reason to think that mine will break, but if it somehow does (probably from me sitting on it), it's great to know that I can buy another one on its own.
- 平台: Nintendo Switch
- 格式: 电子游戏