I'm never going to take something so big out with me, I'll continue to use my phone because it fits in my pocket and it's one device that does everything. If it can act as a handheld then fine, I won't be using that functionality but ok. However for me and like 99% of people who used a 3ds, w emus the used them at home, they were like an iPad, they never left the house.
So the biggest disappointment was when they said it has to be docked to play on your TV... why? The Wii U works so well, the technology is already there, all they had to do was reverse it and out the receiver in the dock, even if it only ran at 720p...
I was dreaming of being able to play 3ds and ds games on the Switch, but now that can never happen. Then with all this table mode, handheld mode and console mode, it makes me worried developers can lock their games into modes. We know gamefreak love to piss off their players, so it wouldn't surprise me if you cannot play it while docked. What if they add touch screen controls?
It's such a big let down, for me it's what makes the Wii u superior, i don't care about the handheld part, I just wanted to be able to carry it around in the house and have dual screen functionality.
I'm sure there will be more dumb decisions from Nintendo along the way, only 25gb of internal memory (that's usable) will mean there will be no aaa third party support too, most games these days use 50gb.