One of the most popular consoles of the moment and in the history of the industry is undoubtedly Nintendo Switch, which offered possibilities that no other system had achieved before. The console is about to turn 6 years old since its launch in March 2017 and fans miss a detail that its predecessors had.
What do you think Nintendo Switch is missing?
As you will surely remember, one of the points that makes Nintendo Switch stand out is that those responsible for it wanted to concentrate all the console’s performance on its games, so they avoided “decorating” the console’s menu and limited themselves to putting the necessary options.
However, a user posted on Twitter a particular aspect that does not have the current Nintendo platform and that other previous consoles of the company did offer.
Here you can see it:
this has been my least favorite thing about the switch since it released pic.twitter.com/wHpSqDCj4U
— pipca (@nescartridges) January 17, 2023
As you can see, the detail the user is talking about is the background music on previous Nintendo consoles such as the Wii, Wii U, Nintendo DSi and Nintendo 3DS, which undoubtedly gave it a special touch every time the power was turned on. hardware.
However, Nintendo Switch does not have something similar and it seems that nescartridges’ tweet has gone viral thanks to the fact that a large part of the community thinks the same way.
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The message published by the account has been so successful that it already has more than 38,000 likes and 5,400 retweets, so there are many users who would have enjoyed a theme on the Nintendo Switch menu.
We will have to continue to settle for the simple interface that the hybrid console has and concentrate only on the little gems that it still has to offer.
Would you like the platform menu to have music? Tell us in the comments.
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