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Nintendo's new console draws gamers' attention for its capability to be played at 真人百家家乐官网网站home or on the go.

It's hard to get a hold of the hybrid game console at any price.

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First, the coronavirus pandemic caused turned to online entertainment to while away the hours. 

While there are numerous games available for online play and digital download, the pandemic occurred just as shortages of the original Switch. Nintendo apologized for the inconvenience and promised more were on the way. However, consumers apparently couldn't wait and are now scooping up the Lite versions, which primarily differ from the Switch in that the devices can't be connected to a TV. 

Analysts anticipate that Switch sales will soon surpass those of Nintendo's Wii console, even with the production delays.

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