The Switch console will feature the following in the box: the system, left and right Joy Cons, Joy Con straps, Joy Con grips, a dock for the system, an HDMI cable, and an AC adapter. The Pro controller will be separate. Two bundles will be available; one with grey Joy Cons and another with neon blue/red.
The Switch monthly subscription includes a free NES or SNES VC game each month. So like PSPlus, only games you’ve played a hundred times on a hundred different platforms by now.
Switch will have 32GB internal memory. Yes, really. Better stock up on those SD cards.
The style of box art the game cartridges will have can be seen below. They’re certainly vertical.
Mario Kart 8 Deluxe, which we saw in the previous Switch reveal trailer, is a powered-up port of the Wii U game. It features new stages and characters such as King Boo and the Inklings from Splatoon. The DLC content from the original seems to be intact.
I am Setsuna is coming to the system.
BlazBlue is coming to the Switch! Noel is looking topnotch as always.
Sonic Mania is confirmed for the Switch, which most speculated but we now know to be true.
It’s taken its sweet time, but Puyo Puyo Tetris is both coming west and to Switch. There is justice in this world after all.
Super Bomberman R is the first major title in the series in far too long. Its art style boasts plenty of personality too. Count us in!
So, did Nintendo’s presentation do enough to convince you the Switch will be worth owning at launch? Are you pleased with the new game announcements?