The Nintendo Switch is the new console from Nintendo. It soundslike a really good mix between powerful home console and portablehandheld system. We don't know everything about it yet (as ofOctober 2016), because it isn't out until March 2017, but here aresome things that we do know: .
The Nintendo Switch will launch Worldwide on March 3, 2017
It depends on where you are, but some online sites seem to be putting a price guarantee on it, so in the US it should be about 250 dollars, in the UK about 200 pounds, in Australia 330, other places 349 dólares, etc.
Yes. The Nintendo Switch can be portable. That's part of the beauty of the "Switch" name. It is designed to be a home console and easily connect to your TV, but it can also be very simply undocked and carried with you... so you have the benefits of a home console AND a portable gaming system...
Yes. The Nintendo Switch can be played on your TV.
The switch will cost in america about $300 and uk Â£280. please lookat the prices of the store you are getting it from.
Yes, according to the promotional video, though I am not sure if all of the things in the promotional video have been confirmed by the publisher.
Yes, they are. The NX was the name while it was being developed, and what the press called it when publishing rumors. Now that it has officially been announced, we know the real name, which is the Nintendo Switch.
This is a list of each game that we can see in the video The Legendof Zelda: Breath of the Wild. The only game that was known to comefor the NX call before this announcement, so it's no surprise.Skyrim. The epic medieval RPG of Bethesda will have its version forSwitch, in case you want something...
Yes, the console is built in order to accommodate group games. More than two might require additional controllers, since I think only two come with the console, but at least one demo slip shows four people playing at once.
The Nintendo Switch will be released on March 3rd 2017. Itsspecific launch date will be officially revealed in a livestreampresentation on January 12, 2017.
Yes, it will be the new Nintendo console. People won't stop making games for it right away, but it will eventually replace any older consoles.
As indicated by Kimishima, Nintendo conceived Switch, not as a means to replace the current consoles, but as the way to offer a new experience.
The Nintendo Switch functions as a hybrid, so it can function as both a home console as well as a handheld. It has a detachable tablet, where you can take it on the go, but can also be connected to a TV like a normal console
No, it will not be, because it will use cartridges rather than discs. However, there is hope that there will be digital content available through the console, so that we can still play older games.
It is kind of in between. It has a touch screen like a tablet so you can carry it around with you, but you can also dock it and send the display to your television if you just want to play at home for a while.
Most likely not because in the Nintendo Switch Reveal Trailer, he puts cartridges in and I don't see a disc input either.
The Nintendo Switch uses cartridges.
The function and technology should be better, yes, but it won't be backwards compatible with any of the other consoles.
No. Pokemon GO is just for phones and tablets. Even though the console is more mobile than most, it really isn't designed for Pokemon GO.
We don't know that yet. There have been rumors that a third version in the series, called Pokemon Stars, will be released for the Switch, but so far that is just a rumor.
We don't know about LEGO Dimensions yet, but here are some games that are confirmed for the console: The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild Skyrim Mario Kart 8 NBA 2K a new Super Mario Splatoon Just Dance 2017
Yes. It is shown in the video Nintendo released.
Apparently, yes. Eurogamer reports that the Switch will feature a 6.2-inch 720p capacitive multitouch display.Nintendo has revealed that this new hybrid console will have a touch screen of 6.2 inches. Touch, yes, and that's exactly what we expected from the Switch.
A Nintendo Switch is a video game, sort of.
According to the reveal trailer for the Nintendo Switch, a stylus was not part of the list of accessories for the console but Nintendo's President Tatsumi Kimishima hinted in a interview that "there will be a wider array" of hardware add-ons for the Switch.
The Nintendo Switch's games come in cartridges instead of discs so you can't play Wii or Wii U games directly and it's still not confirmed if certain games will have backwards compatibility if bought digitally.
The battery life for the Nintendo Switch is 2.5 to 6 hours
No, the Nintendo Switch is a gaming console and does not supportcellular services
Yes, the Nintendo Switch will not be region locked
Yes, the Nintendo Switch comes with two Joy cons which are minicontrollers that have motion controls. The Pro controller also hasgyro motion controls as well
Nintendo has not disclosed any information for the actual specifications of the Nintendo Switch so it is currently unknown
Yes, as of right now, Mario Kart 8 Deluxe has been announced forthe Nintendo Switch an is a improved port of the Wii U version.
All types like other Nintendo devises
The Switch screen is 720p that can be upscaled when docked to theTV
Yes. Although the Switch won't be backwards compatible to older consoles, your digital items should work just fine.
Yes, the codename prior to the official announcement of the Switchwas the Nintendo NX
These are the launch titles that come out with the system on March3, 2017: .
The Binding of Isaac: Afterbirth .
Just Dance 2017 .
I Am Setsuna .
The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild .
Skylanders: Imaginators .
Super Bomberman R Here are some other titles that are confirmed for the...
It really depends on what you are looking for. The Nintendo Switchis a brand new Nintendo system that has been released on March 3rd,2017 with a few games at launch, including Zelda Breath of theWild. Though it is still really early in its life, there are a lotof new games announced for it including...
There should be a pairing option in the settings somewhere.Personally, I can't afford a Switch, so someone else might be morequalified, but I did watch GameXplain's walkthrough and I thinkthere should be one. Hope this helped!
You do not necessarily have to buy games before you get the Switch,since there is the Nintendo eShop, which is an online store whereyou can buy most games digitally