One of my wishes I wanted to do with my son, was to play video games together. I bought the Nintendo Switch with the expectation that my son would be good at video games because he entered elementary school this year.
I could not have had any video game device since I was born. Rarely, I enjoyed video games through friends or marginal person but that is not enough to be satisfied, so little wish was what is to enjoy video games with own device when I was young boy. Thus I thought 'my son could think the same way' if he does not have it, also.
- Nintendo Switch ( Main device )
- Dock ( for connection with TV )
- Left and right Joy‑Con controllers I bought controller set one more
- Joy-Con grip controller
- HDMI cable
- Power cable - USB-C type ( it can be connected with Nintendo Switch or Dock. )
Most video game device can be divided into 2 kinds of type. First type is using to enjoy inside only and it is fixedly installed to use monitor or TV in the house due to no-screen. The second type has mobility due to its own screen but screen is not big and wide.
Nintendo Switch support mobility and wide screen. Basically, it is portable device but it can use wide screen with TV, if it is installed on the dock temporarily.
Disadvantage if you are Korean
All menu and description is shown with English even if you want to use Korean as default language. Only selected language by you will be shown on the game ( of course, if the game also support the language ).
E-shop is not supplied fully for Korea market. You can buy some games on web site and then you can download with token what is given after purchase, other market, otherwise, you can access E-shop through Nintendo switch and can purchase and download at once on Nintendo switch without separted web site.
In my case, my region setting on my nintendo account is US. You can use Korean if the games support Korean even if the region setting is not Korea.
- Super Mario Odyssey
- Cooper wanted to marry a princess for 20 years. It is a huge obsession.