A Complete Guide to Nintendo Switch Launch Titles

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Following up on its full reveal a few hours ago, Nintendo's new portable and home console hybrid, the Switch, is now available for pre-order.

During the event, Nintendo President Tatsumi Kimishima said, "Users will be able to try out Nintendo Switch online services for free during a trial period after launch".

As reported by TechTimes, consumers will be able to place a preorder for Nintendo from January 13, 2017, at 9.00 AM EST for NY.

Nintendo's latest gaming console is only weeks away and will provide a new platform for some of the company's most popular titles.

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The Switch's post-launch lineup includes "Arms", a sort of cartoonish take on boxing; players can actually throw punches with the controllers.

Another piece of good news is that The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild is confirmed to be a launch title.

The one big problem with the Nintendo Switch - arguably big enough to potentially sink the system - is the price.

The clip surprised audiences and fans by featuring the iconic plumber traveling through a modern day looking city complete with skyscrapers and everyday looking pedestrians before returning to area's more similar to the franchise's animated look.

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"Players can now carry two items at a time, including new items returning from previous Mario Kart games such as Boo, the item-stealing ghost, and the Feather, which gives you a high jump in battle mode". As for what you get to play, the launch lineup is mostly first-party Nintendo content.

Fils-Aime explained that Nintendo started out by identifying the price they want to be at-$300 in the United States-and worked to reach it. It didn't show much other than a vibrant world and what seemed like a return to a 3D, open world platformer game.

"After a month, you can no longer PLAY the monthly Switch online classic unless you buy it", he tweeted.

The surprising news though is that the console's custom NVidia Tegra X1 processor will apparently run SIXTY percent slower when out and about, most likely to save on battery life. Shares in the Japanese video game-maker lost further ground in Tokyo on Friday, giving up 1,580 yen, or 6.3%, from Thursday to hit 23,620 yen at one point in afternoon trading.

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