Nintendo Switch is the best handheld console ever: the Guardian ranking

Nintendo Switch is the best handheld console ever: the Guardian ranking
For some years now, the hybrid console of the Kyoto house has been entertaining fans both in the living room and on the go, thanks to its versatility that makes it both fixed and portable hardware.

Now, Nintendo Switch is assigned a interesting recognition by the prestigious British newspaper The Guardian. The newspaper has in fact retraced the evolution of the portable console market, in order to decree which were the best platforms facing the videogame market over the decades. Well, after having drawn up a fierce Top 20, the Guardian has elected the Nintendo Switch as the winner. Below, you will find the full ranking:

Nintendo Switch (2017); Nintendo DS (2004); Nintendo 3DS / 2DS (2011); Game Boy Advance / SP (2001); Game Boy (1989); PlayStation Vita (2011); PlayStation Portable (2004); Game Boy Color (1998); SEGA Game Gear (1990); Neo Geo Pocket Color (1998); NEC TurboExpress (1990); Atari Lynx (1989); Bandai Wonderswan (1999); MB Microvision (1979); Game Park GP32 (2001); Genesis Nomad (1995); Nokia N-Gage (2003); Tapwave Zodiac (2003); SEGA Dreamcast VMU (1998); Gizmondo (2005) With over 6 million Nintendo Switches sold in Japan in 2020 alone, the Kyoto giant does not, however, only win the top of the ranking. Nintendo occupies all five of the top positions of the ranking, which obviously also calls into question the iconic Game Boy, in addition to the most recent Nintendo 3DS. To further increase the company's fame, the most anticipated Nintendo Switch exclusives of 2021 will take care of it.

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