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  1. It doesn't seem too common at the moment but i'm sure that more people will experience it over time due to wear. The original console is definitely the safer option until they completely fix the problem.
  2. I've just seen that the Nintendo Switch Lite is having the same ongoing issue of Joy-Con drift. People are apparently experiencing issues with it after only having played 20 hours on the new Lite console and this is a bit of an issue as the Joy-Cons can't be replaced on the Lite unlike the original console. I was hoping Nintendo would have fixed this issue for the Lite but it looks like they haven't resolved it. Drifting occurs when the pin on the control stick becomes worn and this then causes the Switch to detect movement without the stick being touched.
  3. If you didnt own one already which Switch would you buy, the original or the Lite? I was looking to buy one but the new Lite in my opinion is just a little overpriced in comparison to the orignal. The whole selling point of the switch for me is that you can play it portable and on the tv but with the Lite you cant do that. If it was cheaper then maybe I would consider it as a portable console but it just doesnt seem worth it at £199.
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