- 28 September 2010
Thanx for suggestions Drifting is what you said, movement without touching the stick. I am not well informed around it, just read it in a switch vs lite analysis. After that, i googled "switch drifting" and so many results, even recent ones appear. Also a lawsuit is in action about it. I ended up watching a video of a guy who teared apart a switch lite console to pieces. He talks about analog on 11:20.There is already an improved switch out there, so make sure you get that one if you buy the non-lite. The box is almost all red unlike the original which has a lot of white in it.
If you plan on playing local multiplayer at all, then It has to be hard to recommend the Lite. It likely feels much better to hold though.
Not sure what you mean about the drift, there has been stick drift in the past ( movement without touching the stick) but Nintendo have admitted it so you would always get a free repair for it.
All in all i am delighted from Nintendo in terms of quality, as i wasa ninntendo fan boy for years, although i thinksometimes they are overpricing things.
IE my N3DS console was good and durable as construction, i bought a console from the very early 3DS versions but for such an expensive console, the construction qualityand durability of the 3D amd sound volume physical switch/buttons was unacceptable. Ot is almost fake, i avoid to use them for real.
I mean that Nintendo although pays attention to quality, does some awkward goofs from time to time.