Nintendo Switch Launch News
The official Nintendo Switch launch is March 3rd. It’s almost here and if you’re a gamer you’re frothing at the mouth to check it out. The release date is March 3rd and the starting price is $299.99. Let’s look at what we can expect at startup.
Starting Lineup of Games:
- 1-2-Switch – A multi-player party game
- Fast RMX – If you liked fantasy races like F-Zero and Fast Racing Neo you’ll be stoked for this one.
- Just Dance 2017 – Time to bust a move and dance!
- Human Resource Machine – Uh… wut? Oh, so this is a puzzle game that mimics being an office worker. Remember, art imitates life kids.
- I Am Setsuna – Wait… they made a game based on Chrono Trigger?! This should be epic.
- The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild – The next highly anticipated game for our favorite adventurer in green
- Little Inferno – A cool hipster looking puzzle/adventure game. These are becoming all the rage lately.
- Shovel Knight – A modern classic side-scroller. If you haven’t played this one yet you’re missing out.
- Skylanders: Imaginators – Time to collect more toys… for another system. Fans of the series will be stoked.
- Snipperclips – Puzzle games meet… scrapbooking. Neat game concept, we’ll have to see how this one pans out.
- Super Bomberman R – ONE OF MY FAVORITES! Bomberman back in action and ready to blow up boards or your friends!
- World of Goo – Hmm, well, I guess every system gets a world of goo game now. Great game but it’s showing it’s age.
Even More To Come!
There’s a little bit of everything here especially if you like puzzle games. Many other titles are in the works from huge franchises like Sonic and Mario and Nintendo just announced 60 new games in development from third party indie companies! You can read more about the Nintendo Switch launch news release here: http://www.nintendo.com/whatsnew/detail/nintendo-reveals-new-partnerships-and-first-indie-games.
The Nintendo Switch Hardware
Now that the games are lined up, what about hardware? What kind of buttons are we going to be mashing? Well Nintendo is ready with a host of Switch Controllers ($79.99), Switch Pro Joypads (69.99), the Joy-Con grip so you have something to hold onto while you’re dominating ($29.99). Many third party accessories are in the works like cases, controllers, headphones, straps and stands. Don’t forget the Nintendo Switch accepts Micro SD cards for storage as well. Amazon has them here: http://amzn.to/2mbgo3K
Major retailers are going to sell out fast so if you didn’t pre-order be ready to beat the rush! If you’re hungry for more information, Nintendo is going to be releasing tons more soon in their Nintendo Switch presentation. Stay tuned for more!