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Nintendo Switch

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Nintendo Switch
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Type Hybrid Console
Release date
North America March 3, 2017[1]
Japan March 3, 2017[1]
European Union March 3, 2017[1]
Commonwealth of Australia March 3, 2017[1]
Republic of Korea December 1, 2017
Media Nintendo Switch Game Card
Predecessor Wii U

The Nintendo Switch is a hybrid console produced and released by Nintendo. It is a tablet with detachable controller units, known collectively or singularly as Joy-Con, and can be played on a television using HDMI via a charging dock included with the console. It is the first Nintendo console with a multi-touch screen, a capture button and an Nvidia hardware architecture. It also features a kick-stand that allows the console to sit upright on any flat surface. It was officially revealed on October 20, 2016 and released on March 3, 2017 globally in most markets.[1]

The Nintendo Switch was originally announced on March 17, 2015, where it was originally known by its codename NX.[2]

Overview

The Legend of Zelda Games

Main Releases

The Legend of Zelda Icons

Nintendo Switch users can select among 18 total The Legend of Zelda-themed Profile Icons.

Gallery

Video Gallery

Nintendo Switch trailer
Nintendo Switch UK Commercial
Nintendo Switch Super Bowl LI Commercial

References

  1. 1.0 1.1 1.2 1.3 1.4 Tatsumi Kimishima, Nintendo Switch Presentation 2017, YouTube, published January 12, 2017, retrieved January 12, 2017.
  2. "As proof that Nintendo maintains strong enthusiasm for the dedicated game system business, let me confirm that Nintendo is currently developing a dedicated game platform with a brand-new concept under the development codename "NX." It is too early to elaborate on the details of this project, but we hope to share more information with you next year." — Satoru Iwata, March 17, Wed. 2015 Presentation Title, Nintendo Japan's official site, published March 17, 2015, retrieved April 27, 2016.
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