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Everything to know about the Nintendo Switch

Cost: $299.99

Release Date: March 3

Pre-order: Now. Online pre-order pages for several retailers, like Walmart, Amazon, Best Buy, Gamestop and Target are now live. Read more

Specs: The Nintendo Switch packs a 6.2-inch display, a capacitive 6.2-inch touchscreen display, USB-C charging port, 32GB of memory with SD card support for adding extra storage space. Read more

Battery: Should last 2.5 to 6 hours depending on what game you’re playing. Read more

Online: Yes, it has WiFi. Online play in multiplayer games will be free at launch during a trial period, but will cost an as-yet-unknown subscription fee starting in fall 2017. The subscription will come with one free NES or SNES game a month. Read more

Controllers: The Joy-Con controllers work with button input but also allow motion control for games like 1-2 Switch and Arms. Read more.  They also come in various colors. Read more The Nintendo Switch Pro controller will be available for purchase separately for $69.99. Read more

Games: Some notable titles include 1-2 Switch (Switch’s answer to Wii Sports), Skyrim (!), Splatoon 2, Zelda Breath of the Wild, Xenoblade Chronicles 2, Mario Kart 8 Deluxe, Arms and Super Mario Odyssey.    Full list of confirmed games

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Nintendo Switch memory

Everyone complaining about it that it’s only 32gb. You people realize that the games will be on cartridge now and to put it simply like the DS ALMOST All data will be saved on the game itself and not the memory( This not a PS4). ALSO you can put more memory with SD cards with some at Walmart costing $10.


I’ve finally got my phone back, but the memory card (SD card, to be exact) is broken and everything in it is gone.


So good for waiting a broken phone to come back. Now I have to start everything over again.