Nintendo Switch: Launch Games, Where to Buy, Reviews
Everything you need to know about the Nintendo Switch, Nintendo's latest home and handheld console.
Nintendo Switch, is finally available to everyone as of March 3, 2017. The Nintendo Switch will mark Nintendo's first home console release since the Wii U and it will feature both portable and console capabilities that mean you can start playing at home and take it on the go with you if you so choose. You should be able to expect preordered Switch consoles coming in today and over the weekend, and you can also keep checking back here for additional information about the Nintendo Switch's launch games, availability, and other aspects of its availability.
What is the Nintendo Switch?
The Nintendo Switch, originally codenamed NX, is the latest console from Nintendo. It's meant for both home and portable play, with a main unit that includes a screen with capacitive touch. On either side of the main display there are two detachable Joy-Con controllers that you can remove and utilize as separate controllers or use for multiplayer gaming. You can link up to eight separate systems with one for multiplayer sessions as well. Find more information and a primer on what the Nintendo Switch actually is with our exploration of what to expect from the system,
What games are available on the Nintendo Switch launch?
Check out all of the current launch titles for Nintendo Switch, including The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild, Snipperclips, and a whole host of additional titles.
Nintendo Switch Tips and Tricks
Learn how to share screens by using the Joy-Con controllers and Nintendo Switch.
Learn how to sync your Joy-Con Controllers with the Nintendo Switch.
Nintendo Switch: How will it fare?
If you're interesting in reading up on our thoughts about the Nintendo Switch, why it could spell competition for Microsoft and Sony, or other editorial pieces, check out the following editorials.
Kevin Tucker examines why the Nintendo Switch's launch means the other two gaming companies may want to step their game up.