Two years ago, I camped out at a Tulsa store to buy a Nintendo Switch at midnight on launch day (March 3, 2017).
Since then, my family and I have logged more than 100 hours on a few game (most recently, a console exclusive "Fire Emblem: Three Houses").
This is a video game console that can appeal to elementary school children and adults alike, with games that you can play in groups or solo.
If you or your family love video games, this system is comparably priced to other consoles on the market, and worth it.
If you are more of a fan of multiplayer online games that require a lot of headset communication such as "Call of Duty," you may be better off with a PC, Microsoft Xbox One or Playstation 4.