Will the games for the Nintendo Switch be on discs?
Most likely not because in the Nintendo Switch Reveal Trailer, he puts cartridges in and I don't see a disc input either.
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. You won't be able to play Wii or Wii U games directly and it's still not confirmed if certain games will have backwards compatibility if bought digitally.
The Nintendo Switch is the new console from Nintendo. It sounds like a really good mix between powerful home console and portable handheld system. We don't know everything about it yet (as of October 2016), because it isn't out until March 2017, but here are some things that we do know: The console uses cartridges and not discs. This is an interesting move by Nintendo, and there are good and bad things about this. I…
Most Nintendo DS games start off in their original language and are then either translated and marketed officially by Nintendo, or hacked and subbed by bilingual fans. Although the Nintendo DS itself has a switch-language function, the games you play on it would need to be purchased from a Japanese vendor, imported, or fansubbed for you to get them in Japanese.
Depending if the Wii U doesn't bring as many people as Nintendo hopes. If a lot of people switch to the Wii U and buy less Wii games, Nintendo will see that and then Start their process on switching to only Wii U games. It all has to do with profit and since Wii U games are in HD then more money is better for the company.
If you are having trouble play games on your Nintendo Wii, try cleaning the discs. Sometimes the littlest of dust can cause a disc read error. Also try updating your Wii to the latest firmware by connecting it to the internet. If you are still unable to play games, call Nintendo directly at 1-800-255-3700. They should be able to help diagnose your console and determine whether it requires repair.