With the launch of Nintendo Switch, Nintendo is introducing a new video gaming platform for fans to enjoy and explore.
The Switch was officially unveiled today by Nintendo CEO Tatsumi Kimishima.
The Switch is designed to be an alternative to Xbox One and PlayStation 4, with its design and performance.
It features a detachable Joy-Con attachment that enables gamers to switch between traditional controllers, and a large display that can be used as a TV or an on-screen monitor.
The system also comes with a 3.5mm headset jack that lets you play with voice and gesture control and an infrared port that allows gamers to play games with infrared lights.
The Joy-Cons are compatible with the Switch’s Joy-Pad accessory, which lets you control the Joy-Es by tapping the side of the device.
It also has a camera that can capture a virtual selfie.
While the system is compatible with any game, Nintendo says it will only work with games that support the gamepad.
This means that the JoyCards won’t work with Super Smash Bros. for Nintendo Switch.
The Nintendo Switch will also come with a dedicated Joy-Stick accessory that can connect to a TV for streaming videos, as well as the Switch Pro Controller that can allow players to control all of the game’s controls from one hand.
Players will be able to pick up an original Nintendo Switch at retail starting next month, and the company is hoping to ship more consoles this year, starting with a pair of the Switch.
It is also working on an alternative model that will come with one of the consoles as a bundle, though details are still being worked out.