Earlier this year I sold my PS4 and all my PS games. Last year I sold a retro game collection full of over 1,000 games and 50 consoles. I was going to just keep my Xbox One X and Switch, but ended up selling the Switch too because I never use it. I sold some really good games for it, too. I know that the Switch is an amazing system and an amazing idea with some of the best games in gaming. I know that Nintendo has the best 1st party, but I just don't have any fun playing the games and that's the most important thing, right? Over the last 2 years, I've spent more time checking my Switch to see if I need to update it or charge it than I have actually playing games on it. It's become cumbersome and high maintenance for something I never use.
The games I sold with it are:
Diablo III Eternal Collection
Elder Scrolls V Skyrim
Final Fantasy XII The Zodiac Age
Legend of Zelda Breath of the Wild
Mario Kart 8 Deluxe
New Super Mario Bros U Deluxe
River City Girls
Sega Genesis Classics
Sonic Mania Plus
Street Fighter 30th Anniversary Collection
Streets of Rage 4
Super Mario 3D All-Stars
Super Mario Odyssey
Super Smash Bros Ultimate
Ultra Street Fighter II The Final Challengers
I don't even really like the Xbox that much either. The only thing I really like about it is that it has free cloud saves because I don't want to subscribe to any online services as I'm not an online player. I've always felt like the Xbox stuff is cheaply made. The only problems I've ever experienced with consoles and accessories have been on Xbox.
I have some really great saves on my Xbox cloud, and that's the only thing keeping me from selling my Xbox too. I think I might be best served to go PC only.