Originally Posted by Jaded Alyx
Remind me, how does applying a screen protector in a steamy bathroom help again?
If you do it correctly, the steam disperses water up into the air which "grabs" dust particles, and as the steam settles it brings the dust particles down to the ground. It works, but you have to do it properly, i.e. let the bathroom get fully steamed up, then wait until the steam is fully settled. Also, make sure any AC vents and door(s) are CLOSED (you also don't want any significant air flow into or out of the bathroom that might spread particles around), and thoroughly wipe your working surface before applying the protector. Wearing a dust mask and head covering is also recommended to minimize particles or hair/skin falling around the Switch during installation of the protector.
Originally Posted by sleepnaught
Yeah, everything I've tested so far just feels like regular rumble. Maybe because I'm use to the haptic feedback on my Steam Controller? It's nice rumble, but nothing to write home about.
Yeah, HD rumble has been a yawn. It's still the first time we've had real rumble on a mainstream portable system so it's still cool. But the only games I have so far are BOTW, Fast RMX and Shovel Knight. Maybe some other games will use it better and I'll appreciate it more.