Hey guys, I'm curious if the majority of people here have problems with the Nintendo Switch, or if it's just a few select people, and if there are any mitigation strategies for it.
Super Smash Bros, Ultimate has released today, and that's a definite console-mover and core title that has been highly anticipated. Before I jump right in I should probably at least try a Switch at a Best Buy or something, because I haven't actually tried one yet!
I used to play Super Smash Bros. Melee for GameCube (semi-)professionally once upon a time, and unfortunately the issue that brings me here likely kiboshed chances to turn fully pro. eSports became huge after I essentially "retired" from play as well, with some people I know that I used to compete with going on to make well... millions. I try not to think too much of what could have been because it's just too depressing, haha.
Actually someone even wrote a SmashWiki article about me once, and somehow even knew I had eye comfort issues! I once signed up to edit that portion out - you know - personal health struggles and the sort, but upon another look that detail came back again, lol!
This issue has made me feel like an old man for a long time now (first presented itself December 2011). I'm thinking of buying a Nintendo Switch and the new Smash so that I can actually feel young again! I guess I first want to check if the Switch is "eye-safe", and if that applies to the mobile and docked (console) configurations, or just the console.