©The Legend of Zelda: Twilight Princess
Personally, I believe the #NintendoSwitch is the greatest console ever produced by the Nintendo company. However, that is subjective.
For instance, my friend @TheGhost_Host says his favourite console of all time is the Nintendo 64.
Through access to Nintendo Switch Online, players can dive into old video games such as "The Legend of Zelda" (1986), "Donkey Kong Country"(1994), among other great (yet challenging) titles.
When the Nintendo Switch was released in 2017, instant-classics such as "Super Mario Odyssey" and "The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild" were launch titles. Now, despite my love for the #Switch, my personal favourite console of all time is the Nintendo GameCube.
Why? Well, it was the first console I've ever owned. Not surprisingly, the Nintendo GameCube was the reason I fell in love with video games to begin with. Back then, Friday nights consisted of going to my cousin's house and "bringing your controller". We would play games like "Mario Party 4", while the adults chatted and spent time together. I must confess, it was quite a time to be alive.
With respect to Nintendo Switch Online, I would love to see an emulator that runs Nintendo GameCube games exclusive to those with online memberships. Although the creative minds behind the #LegendofZelda franchise claimed we are "not getting anymore Zelda this year", would it not be amazing to see games such as these available through a NGC emulator on Switch?
©Big Air Freestyle (NGC)
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The Modernist Son, 2020-2021.