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Friday, January 13, 2017


Switch Box


The Switch will have two speakers at the bottom and a 3.5mm headphone jack at the top.
In terms of battery life, Nintendo asserts that the Switch can last over six hours, but will vary depending on the game and usage conditions. The company says that users should be able to get roughly three hours out of the Switch while playing The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild. The Switch will use a USB-C charging port, which is located at the bottom of the unit.
As revealed in October, the Switch will use an Nvidia Tegra-based system-on-a-chip (SOC) for its processor.
The Switch will retail for $299.99 and will launch on March 3.


  • Nintendo Switch Pro Controller - $70
  • Joy-Con Controllers (set of two, L and R) - $80
  • Joy-Con L or Joy-Con R (sold separately) - $50
  • Joy-Con Charging Grip - $30
  • Nintendo Switch Dock Set - $90
  • Joy-Con Wheel (set of two) - $15
Note that one Nintendo Switch Dock Set is included with the console, as is one set of Joy-Con controllers.


 The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild – Standard Edition


Price: $59.99

Mario Kart 8 Deluxe


Price: $59.99



Price: $59.99

Splatoon 2


Price: $59.99


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States Price: $59.99 (But my personal opinion and belief is that this title will be a lot cheaper like $29.99, But I could be wrong! Though $60 is a lot for a Minecraft title then I would wait for a sale.)



Price: $59.99! This Game Seems way to high priced for what was shown at the press conference!

Super Mario Odyssey

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Price: $59.99
 Fire Emblem Warriors
 Xenoblade Chronicles 2
 The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim
 Dragon Quest Heroes I and II
 Project Octopath Traveler
 Just Dance 2017
 ALL Price: $59.99

Nintendo Switch Online Subscription Service


The Nintendo Switch will feature an Online Service new to Nintendo consoles. This service will be free at launch, then it will become a paid service starting Fall 2017. 
 The Nintendo Switch Online Service will allow players to play compatible co-op and competitive games online with a Nintendo Account, and similar to other online services, offer a free monthly game download to subscribers. Nintendo specifically names NES and Super NES games with newly-added online play as their free download titles. However, these free games serve as demos, and only last for the month before you are offered to buy the game or you will be unable to play it further. Subscribers will also get special offers and discounts on digital games and content.   

The Nintendo Switch Online Service will use a dedicated smart device app to connect to the Nintendo Switch Console. It will let players Invite friends to play online, set play appointments, and chat with friends, while enjoying online matches in compatible games, all from a smart device. The free, limited version of this app will be available Summer 2017.  The paid online service will only be available in the U.S., Canada, and Mexico at launch.

The online service is only for Nintendo Switch and will not affect Wii U or 3DS online features. Nintendo detailed that most games will require a subscription to the service to play online.
Note that those who do not wish to use the online service can still use the eShop, manage friends, share screenshots via social media, and use the Parental Controls.

Nintendo Switch Online Service Price

Nintendo has yet to reveal how much a subscription to its online service costs.

How to Create a Nintendo Account

Nintendo's online program uses the My Nintendo account service. If you've already created an account, be sure to use that one so you carry over points from the rewards program.
To create an account, go to my.nintendo.com and follow the instructions on the website. You can create a Nintendo Account using an existing Nintendo Network ID, Facebook, Google, or Twitter account.


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