The 3 Best Nintendo Switch Grip Cases You Can Buy In 2020

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The Nintendo Switch console is one of the most versatile gaming systems ever made. It’s a portable console you can hook up to your TV. Switch games aren’t always state-of-the-art techwise, but they look great on a TV most of the time, and with the Switch Pro controller, they play just like they would on any other console when the console is hooked up to the Switch dock (which includes a pair of front-facing USB to hook up a wide variety of controllers). Playing games on the Switch console itself on the go, the screen looks great, and feels like a large, flat controller that isn’t too heavy. The Switch Lite is even easier on the hands, with a proper controller d-pad (though you might want to invest in a screen protector, just in case). You can even mix things up, using the included stand to play it while it’s lying on a table, and use a Pro controller without a cable to play.

The problem is that it’s not always the best portable gaming experience; the battery life on the original model is bad enough that you’re charging it all the time (Nintendo has since released a version of the console with improved batter life), and with all the motion controls, small buttons, and lack of a real rubber grips (or any grip, really) on the Joy-Cons, it’s often not comfortable, especially during longer sessions of input-heavy games like Super Smash Bros. Ultimate. Even the Switch Lite, which sports a smaller form factor and stronger battery, tends to benefit from having a Pro controller around sometimes, especially if you want to play mutliplayer games on it.

However, there is a solution to that tingling hands problem that makes the original Switch model more comfortable to play in handheld mode (besides just using a Switch Pro controller): a Nintendo Switch grip case. These work much in the same way as protective cases do, except they add a little something to grab onto without forcing you away from the screen, turning them into something that offers a lot more grip, like an Xbox controller. Handheld mode is my preferred method of playing the Switch, and after using a grip case, I knew I could never go back to playing without one.

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