Ok so not a question for me but for my son. I have a 6 year old which I put together a cheap system for him to toy around on. I have stuff in place to monitor what he's doing and denied access to the internet for the most part. He plays Minecraft, Roblox Mario Bros and watches kids YouTube. To do all this I'm running a nes emulator and BlueStacks which I do not have to open or get going for him so he's fairly competent with the PC. So now my problem. The kids at school all have the Nintendo switch. I myself have not been a Nintendo fan since the original. But he really wants one. I told my wife i'd rather upgrade the PC and give him access to steam and he can have thousands of games at his disposal. The system is an optiplex 7010 with an i5 running some cheap GPU that can atleast run a shader pack on Minecraft with all high settings at 720p around 30fps. I can upgrade to an i7 quad and maybe like a gtx1660 and make it a decent mid gamer system. Also be upgrading the old monitor I had lying around to a decent tv for his room. She doesn't like the idea because he wants the Nintendo. Does anyone think I should push through and do the PC and maybe after a couple weeks he'll be happy with what I did or is there no satisfying a young kid without a console system that everyone else has. Anyone with a switch can chime in and tell me they aren't half bad. I just don't know. I do hate wasting money on a console that's obsolete damn near as soon as you buy it.