The Nintendo Switch has just been announced at an event in Tokyo, Japan, but you can buy it today from your local Nintendo retailer for just $129.95.
The console is also available for purchase from online retailers, but that will be an additional $30.99.
This is an amazing deal, and we are glad that Nintendo has done the right thing and made this the only place you can get the console in Japan.
We also applaud the fact that Nintendo is offering this console as an unlocked console on the Switch, allowing you to unlock it on your own by purchasing the console directly from Nintendo.
While there are some limitations with the Nintendo Switch, it has a ton of neat features and we have no reason to think that it will be less of a success than the PS4 or Xbox One.
We would definitely recommend this to anyone who loves the idea of a console that you can plug in and play games, and who also wants a cheaper console.
The Switch comes with two USB ports, and a microSD card slot for up to 16GB of storage, which should be plenty for anyone who wants to get up and running on the console.
There are also a few other minor features, such as the ability to connect to the Internet from the console, a USB Type-C port for charging, and an HDMI output for gaming.
In the end, the Switch is a fantastic deal for anyone looking for a cheap console that can support both a gaming and entertainment lifestyle.
However, we are a little disappointed that the console doesn’t come with an HDMI cable, and that it does not come with a keyboard dock or other accessories like the Nunchuk.
We think the Switch could have been a great console if it had a more substantial home console dock option, but we are also glad that the company is giving the console away for free.
The Nintendo Super NES Classic Edition has a price tag of $499.99, but it comes with a free copy of Super Mario Run and the N64 game Super Mario Bros. 3.
There is also a free Nintendo Switch dock.
Nintendo Switch and PS4 consoles are available now from your favorite online retailers.
The PS4 and Xbox One have also been revealed, and they will be arriving on the shelves in the United States later this month.
We will be covering both consoles in detail, so stay tuned.