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in 2017, the Nintendo Switch can be connected to a TV for a traditional home
console play experience, but also has a built-in screen that allows for
portable play, and detachable controllers that allow for multiple
configurations. Vibrant color options for the controllers allow for an
eye-catching design that would make for an appealing LEGO display, and a
modifiable screen allows for extended creative play, as people can customize
the design to suit their interests.
- [Depicted] The console
(excluding screen) contains 94 or 96 parts, depending on which screen
style is attached.
- [Depicted] Each
"Joy-Con" controller contains 47 parts, thus 94 parts for one
pair of controllers.
- [Depicted] The screen
with studs toward the top of the Switch contains 203 parts as shown, but
is quite variable upon the design.
- [Depicted] The tile
screen contains 180 tiles supported by 10 plates. This would involve fewer
pieces if the tile view is not kept pixelated, or if plates are used (or
reused) instead of tiles.
- [Depicted] The controller
grip that a pair of "Joy-Con" controllers can attach to for a
different mode of play contains 83 parts.
- [Optional] A dock could
be included, which is used for the Switch to connect to a TV, but it is
monochromatic in nature. If it was included, perhaps the cord storage area
could be repurposed as storage for the alternate screen build.
- [Optional] Only one pair of "Joy-Con" controllers is needed for a complete design, but the second pair of "Joy-Con"
controllers could be included as well, to increase the color options
- [Optional] Depending on
what price point the marketing team would aim for, additional or alternate
screens could be included, perhaps as a 3-in-1 Creator style screen that
repurposes some of the parts for alternate builds for the screen.
- [Optional] Depending on
what color scheme is used, there could be an alternate build that reuses
parts to build the Nintendo Switch Lite, which does not have detachable
controllers, and does not have a dock.
- [Total] A viable design
could be kept under 500 parts, or could be expanded to above 800 parts,
with many small parts.