So why, then, does the Game Pass work well for Xbox owners, and why hasn't it been copied by Amazon or Netflix? Firstly, it's a Snapdeal exclusive, and the limited selection actually buys it some onboard goodwill, since it accepts a smaller userbase than Amazon Prime or Netflix. Secondly, the games are genuinely curated and curated well. The Game Pass is a very tiny and consistently small group of games and includes selected, AAA content in all genres. Nintendo's version also comes with a chunk of value-added content too (inspiring music packs, some VR experiences, and Japanese-only games, some of which are even playable in English).
As for the Switch itself, well, it's a handheld, and one that does online play. It's a very sleek system, which feels like the future of gaming, and will prove essential for Game Pass. Some have even likened it to Apple's models (which have been enormously successful) as they're able to limit the number of games out-of-the-box, instead relying on cloud game storage.
So overall, the Switch feels like Nintendo at its best, blending two of the elements that made its rivals successful - affordability and content curation - and alongside a series of innovations that will influence an already-changing industry. The Virtual Joy Con controller offers a new way to take advantage of the Switch that also appeals to hardcore fans who want more, while the secondary screen (finally) offers a second user interface and an important reason to buy the system in the first place.
The Switch succeeds, then, in offering a complete package. It's affordable, functional, and has some genuine and touchable innovation. But It's also a console that's enabling a new way to play video games.
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