Nintendo Switch Green Minecraft Hard Shell and Rubber Protective Cover Travel Case - Nintendo Switch
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Mitch has been a fan of Nintendo ever since he got his start on the GBA in 2005. When he's not busy playing games or writing, you can find him down at his local MMA training facility learning how to punish the unrighteous. This game is overall great. It's fun and mostly stable except when you turn off the switch and then re open it. The default split scrren wasn't good for me but thank god you can change it. I recently experienced a situation where i had minecraft open then I turned my switch off for two days. Then, when i started playing again, it was 2 FPS and after 15 seconds it crashed. Other than that good game. You should buy
Controls exemplify the standard fare for all the console versions by now, and they find intuitive and simple solutions to solve the problem of not having a keyboard and mouse. Inventory screens and menus are simple to navigate, and while you can’t rebind every button to a different action, you’re given several good control alternatives if the default isn’t to your liking. Minecraft: Nintendo Switch Edition doesn’t support single Joy-Con play, so if you want to play with a friend they’ll need a full controller, but this doesn’t take away too much from the fun that can be had in playing with others. Minecraft will always be a game that’s made for the keyboard and mouse, but the controller set-up sufficiently manages to cover all the bases and deliver a satisfying experience. You don’t have to explore or build alone though – up to eight 'crafters can play together online*, while four can join each other in local multiplayer on the TV or in tabletop mode, supporting both split-screen and the Nintendo Switch Pro Controller (sold separately).