When Nintendo announced that the Nintendo Switch was getting a Pro Controller, I wasn't sure what to expect. Part of me thought that we'd get a controller that was made out of left over and unsold Wii U Pro Controller parts. While the other part was hopeful that we'd get something to use other than the Joy-Con's.
When it comes to the Xbox One, gamers are stuck with one cold, hard truth. You simply can not upgrade the hard drive, which means you're stuck with a slow mechanical drive, and slower performance when reading and writing to the Xbox's hard drive.