And for that I'm grateful! My sons have dropped their 2DS multiple ... as in MULTIPLE MULTIPLE times, and not once has it broken! So watching the video you shared didn't really surprise me too much with the Switch! I'm glad they're doing plastic instead of glass, why would anyone use glass? My iPhone's screen broke recently, luckily I was able to replace it myself but, my son dropped it and handed it to me, I was surprised how easy it was to break into a Christmas tree of cracks, yet they can drop 2DS systems all day long and nothing. Even with a few scratches it still works great.
I can't justify getting the Switch yet. It's expensive and the only game worthwhile is Zelda which I got for Wii-U. It reminds me of Assassin's Creed with discovering the towers and the shrines, and the story is hard to hold onto so far with all the different directions you can take, which isn't bad, just hard to stay on focus with the main story. The graphics are beautiful, voiceovers would have made this a 10/10 for me but it's freaking Zelda so who cares! Like I said though, Switch is an experiment, we will just have to see what comes up in the future lineup. Maybe it's that I'm growing up ... 30 years old and my go-to video game is Zelda from NES. The Wii-U fell flat in just half a year, with the only great games being from Nintendo itself. I still love my Wii-U because it's awesome for playing with friends and the kids stay entertained being able to play almost any game together. That's what I'm hoping the Switch can be like but right now its focus seems to be just that it can be played anywhere. Then you have milking a cow simulator ... on the Switch ... a system you paid hundreds of dollars for. Think about that.