The Switch’s First Vacation

Each year we go on vacation by a lake with our family. We both bring up plenty of video games to kick back and relax with.

When we were younger we would always bring our Nintendo 64 or the Nintendo Gamecube along with us. As we got older, and our father would tell us not to pack the whole house, we settled on bringing our Nintendo 3DSes and that’s it.

But now we have the Switch. It’s small, portable, and we bought a nifty little Zelda carrying case for it. It’s only big enough to carry the screen, four Joy-Con, and it came with two little packs that hold four games each, but it was enough. Rachel packed that while Kris packed the dock and the wires.

We share a cottage with our cousins and they don’t have a Switch so we wanted to be able to hook it up to the TV there.

It was a fun-filled week. Kris played Pokemon Moon and Y while Rachel worked her way through a Pokemon Mystery Dungeon game. We played a lot of board games and, of course, the Switch.

Most of our nights ended with Mario Kart 8 Deluxe. Our 15- and 13-year-old cousins would play with us and we had a blast with the battle modes, namely Renegade Roundup, Shine Thief, and Bom-omb Blast. We were loud and laughing the whole time. Our Uncle, their father, played with us a few times as well.

We’re sad the week is over, but in a strange way, we’re ready to get back to “reality.” We’re looking forward to playing some more Breath of the Wild and hopefully defeating Ganon soon!

Where have you taken your Switch? Let us know in the comments below!

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7 thoughts on “The Switch’s First Vacation

  1. Haven’t gone in a vacation yet, but constantly taking it for long road trips to my parents place where I usually stay the night. Holds up well in the car and in table top mode.

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