If you missed the Nintendo Switch Presentation last night then you are in luck. We have all the details for the new console for you. First off the new device will be out March 3rd for $299. You can pre-order yours, as of today, at most Target, BestBuy, and GameStop stores. Some of the basic specs for the device are:
6.2-inch, multi-touch capacitive touch screen; can display a resolution of 1280 x 720.
32GB of internal memory, a portion of which is reserved for use by the system. Users can easily expand storage space using microSDXC cards.
System battery life
Battery life can last for more than six hours, but will vary depending on the software and usage conditions. For example, The Legend of Zelda™: Breath of the Wild can be played for roughly 3 hours on a single charge.
Keep the focus on fun by using parental controls to manage how your family interacts with Nintendo Switch.
You can manage Nintendo eShop purchases, limit sharing on social networks, restrict access to games based on their ESRB ratings, and more. A free app gives you even more choices and a handy way to manage your Nintendo Switch parental controls from anywhere via your mobile device.
You can buy digital versions of games from Nintendo eShop on your Nintendo Switch system or from the Nintendo website.
The ‘Joy-Con’ controllers are designed to be used in a few different ways. They can be attached to the sides of the screen for on-the-go play, or to themselves to be used as a more standard game controller, or even used separated as wireless controllers. They also come in color options of grey or Blue and Neon Red. There is even a wheel set for them so you can drive your favorite racing games. The controllers feature motion controls and HD rumble—advanced vibration features built into them.
The console itself can be played docked to your TV like a standard console or played as a handheld device, or even set up the screen and play with two players anywhere. You can play individual, or with others both in the room as multiplayer (differs from game to game on how many can play)or abroad with games being connected to the internet, or even link up to eight systems together to play.
There are more than 80 games being developed for the new Nintendo. A few trailers:
You can learn more about the games HERE.