The Nintendo Switch is going to be a delight if NVIDIA's CEO, Jen-Hsun Huang, is to be believed. GamesIndustry.biz talked to analysts after the Switch's October unveiling, all of whom said $250 to $300 would be a "sweet spot" for the system, depending on bundled games, accessories, and hardware power levels.
Judging by the name, Mario Kart 8: Switch It! will incorporate the features of the previous Wii U version with new functions to show off the abilities of the Switch.
However, the portability of the Nintendo Switch will help buyers decide whether they want it in case they already own one of Sony or Microsoft machines.
According GameStop, these titles include a Pokemon game, Skyrim, new title offerings for Mario, Splatoon, the National Basketball Association franchise, and of course, The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild. These could offer different amounts of internal storage - something we also hope to hear more about.
A retailer listing for the Nintendo Switch caught the interest of Pokémon players with a mention of playing the series on the platform, only for the mention to now be removed.
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A combination of both active and passive safety systems such as Automatic Post-Collision Braking system has also been added. The 4Motion all-wheel-drive system is not standard, but those that get it will have four selectable operating modes.
While Nintendo reps swing around their Treehouse, members of the gaming press will stick to ground level to go hands-on with several Switch launch games. We may be getting a Switch iteration of a Pokemon game.
Of course, only time will tell how well Nintendo's Switch will perform.
Hours after the event, Nintendo will hold a separate live stream when it will discuss the forthcoming games in detail.
Reports also suggest that a new Pokémon game is in the works for the console. We're one day away from its highly-anticipated Switch presentation and speculation is abound. Apparently, the Switch will run at $249.99.
No doubt this delay could actually lead to more hype surrounding the Nintendo Switch, but Nintendo might just douse out a flame if fans will have to wait a while longer to get their hands on their newest console.