This is a partnered post.
Kids and videogames just go together like peanut butter and jelly. Ever since the first arcades which I grew up in, and then the start of affordable home gaming systems, we have only got better and better at designing games for kids. So much so that now it’s just a normal part of modern life. Gone are the days of wondering whether our kids should be playing games at all, and putting the pressure on them to be outside more. Now we understand that moderation is key, and that videogames are perfectly safe. Which is why most households have more than one game console. The question we are considering is should I Get a Nintendo Switch?
The Nintendo Switch is all in one, it saves you the trouble of buying three different systems: one for motion-sensitive games, one portable one, and one for conventional gaming. This not only saves money and space on systems, but is also very convenient in terms of the games your children will play. No longer will they be so absorbed in a game that it’s impossible to get them out the door: now they can bring the game with them, and carry on playing it outside, in the car, or split the controller and play with their friends.
There is a pretty good variety of games you can play on this console too, so its variety of features and functions will not go wasted. In short, this is a brilliant gaming console to give a kid for Christmas this year, as it will be thoroughly enjoyed by everyone.