1Switchcraft4 days ago Now I'm a big fan of the Switch. My gaming career started with the SNES but my gaming enthusiasm peaked with the PSX. I have not always been loyal to Nintendo as I skipped the N64 and traded my GCN for a PS2. I enjoyed portable gaming on the NDS which satisfied all my Nintendo needs for a long while. Now with the Switch released, I am super excited to see a powerful portable device. (The TV dock is a gimmick for me. One that I highly appreciate.) The Virtual Console is a major plus for me and I am looking forward to play through my beloved classics again. However, some key games from my youth are missing. Namely the PSX titles that followed the SNES. Seeing that the Switch outperforms the PlayStation 3 technically, I was wondering what would have been if Sony had decided to create a portable PS3 with HDMI-out. Let's be honest here, PSP and PS Vita are dried out raisins compared to a basket full of ripe fruits. Their exclusives are bland and if it weren't for emulated classics, they would have been a huge failure. Instead of the crooked lifecycle of Sony's portable devices, they should have tried to create a PS2P and PS3P respectively. The Playstation 3 has released new games until recently and all are available as digital downloads on PSN. Imagine you could transfer your account over to new hardware. Bam! Red Dead Redemption, GTA5, Skyrim, Ni No Kuni, etc. available on a portable device. Not only that, but also all PSX and PS2 titles available as Classics. Add a TV dock and you could throw the original PS3 in the trash! It would have been far more attractive than a PS4 Pro which's power will never be effectively used due to mandatory backwards compatibility. 4K HDR is a gimmick that tries to rival PC and just sorts out the people that mostly care about gameplay. For us, the Switch is far more attractive. But what if... Edited on Mon 20th March, 2017 @ 20:19 by Switchcraft Gameplay matters.