The Nintendo Switch has been officially unveiled, and there’s still a few things you need know about it before you can buy it.
The Nintendo Switch is a small console, and while it’s only going to be available for $400 on its own, it comes with a big price tag: the Nintendo Switch will be $399 on its first day of availability on December 10.
That’s a whopping $50 more than the Wii U and $40 more than Xbox One.
That means that for every Switch that you buy, you’re also going to have to shell out another $50 or so for the software, accessories, and the games.
That means that you’ll be paying $50 for a console that you already own and that you can’t play on the go.
And Nintendo has made the switch much easier than you might expect.
The Switch is designed to fit into the palm of your hand.
Instead of having to use a separate console dock or a separate cable to connect the Joy-Con controllers to the system, you can plug the Joy Con controllers directly into the Switch, and then you can use the Joy Controllers as a controller, allowing you to control the system from the comfort of your own home.
Nintendo has also made it easy to update your Switch firmware.
This is important, as you can upgrade the system to the latest firmware and it’ll work on the new Switch.
This means that if you’ve bought a Nintendo Switch and have a game that’s compatible with the Switch’s software, you won’t have to wait too long for the game to update.
In fact, if you buy a Switch that has the latest Nintendo Switch firmware, you’ll have access to a huge number of games that are compatible with Nintendo Switch’s hardware, and you can play those games on the Switch and on the big screen of the console itself.
This also means that games that have already been released on the Nintendo 3DS, Wii U, or Xbox One will work on Switch, as well as the latest games from the Nintendo 2DS, 3DS XL, Wii, and Wii U Virtual Console.
It also means you can easily play the games on your Switch with friends.
You can share games with them through a network, or you can share them on your TV, and if you’re playing a multiplayer game, they’ll see it on the same screen.
This has the potential to be extremely convenient for people who can’t always have a TV connected to their home, and who don’t want to have their friends and family all on the couch watching the same game.
When you buy the Switch for $399, you get the following things:An 8GB hard driveThe latest version of the Nintendo eShop appNintendo Switch, compatible with all the games currently on sale for $349.99Nintendo Switch consoleThe Nintendo e-Shop for the Nintendo 1DS XL and Nintendo 3ds XLNintendo Switch Virtual ConsoleNintendo Switch Wireless ControllerNintendo Switch GamePadNintendo Switch 3DSXLNintendo Switch Joy-ConsNintendo Switch CaseThe Nintendo 3D HubNintendo Switch Pro ControllerNintendo 3DS LiteNintendo Switch 2DS Nintendo 3rd Party Nintendo Switch 3rd party controllerFor all the details about the Nintendo Nintendo Switch, visit the official Nintendo Switch website.