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Old 02-27-2017, 06:08 AM   #101
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Yeah, I hope they do release some bundles. A Zelda themed Switch in general with some Tri-Force emblems would be awesome.

Also I just want to make it clear I'm not skipping it for now because I think it's bad, or anything. Unlike the Wii, I want a Switch. I just want to wait a bit. My main problem will be dodging Zelda spoilers for half a year, lol.

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I kinda wish I had bought a pre-order and put it on ebay now after seeing what they're going for today.

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I kinda wish I had bought a pre-order and put it on ebay now after seeing what they're going for today.
Scalpers always jack up the price. They were selling the $60 NES Classics for $1000 + when Nintendo pulled the manufactured shortage stunt, and retailers were saying they were sold out.

Right now the avg Switch price is $400-$700 on Ebay. Hell, this one is almost $900.

http://www.ebay.com/itm/Nintendo-Swi...0AAOSw~AVYskCR

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I kinda wish I had bought a pre-order and put it on ebay now after seeing what they're going for today.
Don't be that guy, terry. I remember people buying multiple units of the Wii and selling them for around $800.

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Scalping is an ******* move. You're just preying on people.

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On stupid people. People who can't wait a few months for a console? Kind of deserve it.

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Oh, I've been flipping video games for many a moon.

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If anything, we expected the opposite.


Not every single Nintendo Switch game will take advantage of the console's TV/Portable abilities. Originally, many people assumed the console would need to be docked in order to take advantage of some of the console's full features. It turns out the opposite is true.
Some games will require a touch screen to play. For example, Voez, originally a rhythm game on iOS and Android, is a Japanese Switch launch title and requires a touch screen to play. Voez is a lane-based rhythm game that's actually visually pleasing and looks fun, but can only be played in a portable fashion on the Switch.

games, specifically Has Been Heroes, look like mobile games but are much more involved, so the decision to make Voez portable only seems to be a developer decision as opposed to the console manufacturer instead.
Could this lead to a line of games designed specifically for on-the-go action? Nintendo Switch has marketed player choice pretty heavily, but not every decision made by third-party developers can be controlled by Nintendo. Considering the mobile abilities of the system, this could shape the Nintendo Switch library to be comprised of games best played on a TV, best played/only available mobile, and hybrid games.
The question is: Is this a bad thing, or is this simply just more choice being offered to players?
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Is anyone else really excited about the Switch releasing in a few days? Is that a dumb question? Well for those who can't wait, Nintendo released a video that details the first few minutes of Switch ownership, including how to start it up, how to connect to the internet, and how to get the system ready for gaming on-the-go or at home.



You don't even have to connect to a TV first! That can be done whenever you decide. How are you going to play the Switch the most?



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Nintendo did an indie showcase this morning. There are a lot of clever, interesting indie games coming to the Switch. On my radar is Fast RMX, Yooka-Laylee, Runner 3, Flipping Death and Steamworld Dig 2.

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Nintendo did an indie showcase this morning. There are a lot of clever, interesting indie games coming to the Switch. On my radar is Fast RMX, Yooka-Laylee, Runner 3, Flipping Death and Steamworld Dig 2.
Yooka Laylee? The spiritual successor of Banjo-Kazooie?

But that's also a multi-platform game. Pretty interesting that it's coming to the Switch.

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They pulled the plug on WiiU development in favor of the Switch.

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The list includes the titles highlighted during today’s Nindies Showcase live stream, which are linked, as well as other titles including Duck Game, Hollow Knight, Mutant Mudds, Portal Knights, Terraria, Toejam and Earl: Back in the Groove, TowerFall Ascension, and more.


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Earlier this month is was revealed that the WWE star John Cena has partnered up with Nintendo to help demo the Nintendo Switch. As part of the partnership, Cena has attended Switch events and played a number of 1-2-Switch mini-games with attendees.
Cena will be attending his last Switch event this Friday in New York, but before the partnership ends Cena spared some nice words for the Switch. Basically, out of all the Nintendo Switch previews, there's only one opinion that really matters, your own John Cena's.
(Well, considering he's working with Nintendo... He could just be a shill!)
Here's what Cena said to Sports Illustrated when asked about the console:
“I’m floored by the technology of the Switch, and the versatility of the console is second to none. It really is a home console that you can take anywhere. I’ve seen situations where home consoles can be transported, and it’s like a big over-the-shoulder carry-on bag, but the versatility of this thing is groundbreaking. When you undock the Switch from its home console and go into handheld, the controller feels the same, it is the same, and it reacts the same. The screen on the undocked handheld system is big enough to be its own world but small enough to carry anywhere.

“I was in this confined living room space where you got lost in the game ‘cause I’m playing on this 60-inch TV, and then you undock and continue to play the game. They had this molecular glass, which dropped and revealed I was in the middle of the desert. I never once knew the change in environment. It’s truly, truly tremendous. In typical Nintendo fashion, I was playing Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild. Now I haven’t played Legend of Zelda since the gold cartridge eight-bit versions, so I just needed to pick up and start going, and I did. The go-anywhere aspect of the game is incredible, and I know for fans of the Zelda franchise, they’re going to flip. I know for fans of Nintendo, they’re going to go crazy. Everyone is speculating about how good the game actually is—it’s going to exceed expectations and, for a dude like me, a 40-year-old [in April] who hasn’t played Zelda since the gold cartridge, I sat down and was hooked. In a matter of 30-minutes, I didn’t want to put it down.”

The Nintendo Switch will release on Friday, March 3rd at the price of $299.99 with high praise from John Cena.




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This time tomorrow I will never playing the Switch. Surreal.

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This time tomorrow I will never playing the Switch. Surreal.
Lol. What?

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Midnight tomorrow I'm picking mine up. We're nearly there my friends.

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hmmm.......a so-so lukewarm review in progress from IGN:

http://www.ign.com/articles/2017/03/...-switch-review

has me a bit concerned if it feels that underpowered when used as a home console.

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and here's a more positive review:

http://www.thesixthaxis.com/2017/03/...switch-review/

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So, apparently Nintendo made the cartridges taste bad so kids wouldn't eat them. People seem to be testing this on Twitter.

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Well my Switch and copy of The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild Special Edition has shipped from Amazon!

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hmmm.......a so-so lukewarm review in progress from IGN:

http://www.ign.com/articles/2017/03/...-switch-review

has me a bit concerned if it feels that underpowered when used as a home console.
I wouldn't listen to IGN. Their reviews have gone downhill since about 2012.

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I wouldn't listen to IGN. Their reviews have gone downhill since about 2012.
I frequent IGN the most, so I do take their reviews into consideration.

but other Switch reviews I've read seem to be more positive.

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The Nintendo Switch has been getting jittery praise. People have been praising the potential that the Nintendo Switch has, but seem to be somewhat concerned with whether or not the device will be the "next big thing" for Nintendo.
Overall, reviewers tend to side on waiting to purchase the console - unless you really want The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild. It seems as though the Switch is a great device, but it's kind of hard to judge at the moment. With two days until launch, the Switch is a pure gaming device - there is no access to the eShop or any online features.
These reviews are not final. Without online features, the Switch reviews cannot be seen as complete, nor should they be regarded as complete, so, take everything with a grain of salt.
USGamer
At its basic level, stripped of all marketing talk, the Switch is a portable system with a television play solution. It's not the first portable console to offer TV-play, but it is the first to have an elegant solution, one that's offered with every system Nintendo sells. As a portable, the Switch excels.
I still don't know if the Nintendo Switch is a system for everyone. I don't know if this is Nintendo's next big thing, or if it'll sell like the Wii U and Vita did. Despite that, this is a well-engineered portable console with the ability to play on your television at home.
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However, as a launch product, the £280/$300 price-point is a big ask compared to the competition, especially bearing in mind a launch title line-up based primarily on Wii U ports. There are also many extra costs too - a larger SD card is essential, the Pro controller is recommended for home use, and an external powerbank is worthwhile on the go. For now, what we have is a strong foundation to build on; it's pricy and not without fault, but we can't wait to see where Nintendo take the concept.
IGN
As a handheld, the Switch is a powerful piece of hardware with a gorgeous screen, but it's too large and power hungry to feel like you can really take it anywhere. As a console, it’s underpowered, unreliable, and lacking basic features and conveniences that all of its competitors offer. It’s nicely built and cleverly designed to be used in a variety of ways, but the bottom line is that the Switch doesn’t do any one of the many things it can do without some sort of significant compromise. Our testing will continue for the next few days as we try out the online features and other functions enabled by the day-one patch, but if I had to score it now I’d give it a 6.7.
Polygon
Nintendo has demonstrated in fits and starts that it wants to move forward, and we’re hopeful that it will. But as it exists right now, days before launch, the Switch isn’t even a fully functional console yet, and some of the hardest work the company needs to do has only just begun. As concerning, the work Nintendo is doing appears completely opaque from the outside — and Nintendo has frequently been glacially slow to course-correct when the path it’s set on has proven the wrong one.
Nintendo’s vision is clearer than it’s been in years. Now the company needs to prove it can pull it all together.
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The most shocking thing about the Switch might be how many obvious pitfalls Nintendo has managed to elegantly avoid. Going from playing on the tablet to the TV is completely effortless, and there's no sense of compromise whichever way you choose to play. Once you hold and use the Switch, it just makes sense.
Great hardware alone isn’t enough, of course. I have little doubt Nintendo’s first-party lineup will be amazing — Breath of the Wild alone is almost worth the cost of admission here — but the company’s weak spots have always been continuing and expanding third-party support, as well as providing a robust online service. Those are the potential pitfalls to come.
The Switch has all the makings of something truly great. Now Nintendo just needs to support it.
GameSpot
The Nintendo Switch feels like the culmination of years of hardware growing pains from both Nintendo and Nvidia. Unlike the Wii U GamePad, you no longer have to worry about being tethered to your TV. Because the Switch houses all of its processing power in its portable form factor, it truly allows you to carry console power with you wherever you go. The fact that it’s able to do that while being lighter than the Wii U’s GamePad is a bit of a technical marvel in my book.
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My big takeaway from the Switch: Nintendo has figured out how to innovate once again. It's clearly different from other consoles, and it does plenty of new things that gamers might appreciate. But the system's battery life, outdoor screen performance and unknown networking capabilities have me worried. Nintendo has wowed us again, but it still has a long way to go to prove that the Switch isn't another Wii U.
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Verdict: Definitely don't buy it as your first and only console. As a second console, consider holding off until the end of the year unless you simply can't live without a fully portable Zelda right this very moment.
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But I've found that the Switch, especially right now, is mostly a solo affair. Its portable nature caters more towards playing by yourself on the go with the Joy-Con attached, and at the moment, its heavy-hitting multiplayer games are still waiting in the wings. It's nigh inconceivable that 1-2 Switch isn't a pack-in, as it would be a perfect lead-in for Mario Kart 8 Deluxe next month and Splatoon 2 later this summer.
For Nintendo, that gamble may yet pay off though. It has already built a large amount of hype behind the console, and is already pushing it twice as hard as it ever pushed the Wii U in its entire four-year-ish lifespan. Over time it'll have a respectable library, the freedom it allows will facilitate new kinds of experiences, and the price of the controllers will drop.
While I would pick one up at launch, don't feel bad if you're waiting for the right time to do so.


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The Nintendo Switch is set to release in two days and Nintendo is saving a majority of details on the console until right before it launches. Even though reviews have begun to drop for the Nintendo Switch, Nintendo hasn't made online features for the Switch accessible to reviewers... But they have released a new video detailing some of the Switch's online features.
The latest short video from Nintendo is offering up a brief overview of two icons that users will find on the home screen: News and eShop.




News
Featured articles from Nintendo will appear on the left side of the screen when you start the Nintendo Switch or wake it from the sleep mode. A 'News' icon will also appear as an icon on the Switch's home screen.
The Switch's newsfeed will feature game trailers, game news, "behind-the-scenes info," sales, promotions, and more.
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The Nintendo Switch's eShop will be accessible via an icon on the Switch's home screen (next to the news icon) or through a featured promotion/sale in the News tab. In the eShop you can search for content by name or filters, purchase games, download content, and more.

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