'Super Smash Bros.' Switch Release Date: Nintendo president confirms planned game port

Josh Kim
January 18, 2017

In terms of Nintendo Switch supply, however, Nintendo of America's president and chief operating officer Reggie Fils-Aime tells Wiredthat they won't make the same mistake with the Nintendo Switch. While it looks to be a good beat 'em up for beginners, from the demos we saw, there also looks to be a good amount of strategy and depth to the game, too.

The Arcade Archives that will arrive for the Nintendo Switch, however, will be a bit different. There was talk of unique asymmetric multiplayer experiences, but few materialized; third-party publishers shied away and even Nintendo itself under-delivered on truly in-depth, interesting support for the GamePad. By the looks of the announcement trailer, it looks as though Nintendo might even be trying to push the game as an esport.

Well, the answer to that is yes, the Nintendo Switch will let you traipse back to memory lane with two-decade-old Neo Geo games. In one sense, Nintendo has taken the Wii and made it portable thanks to the Joy-Con controllers. Previous year we also saw the phenomenon of Pokémon Go, downloaded over 500m times, with Nintendo receiving a share of the spoils from microtransactions.

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Then again, it could be sooner. With Nintendo following up on that console with the Switch, people have a lot of reason to be nervous- how can they be sure that the Switch won't flounder like the Wii U did, leading to a similar kind of early abandonment as the Wii U? The thing is, handheld games aren't just scaled down versions of their home console counterparts; they have a different aesthetic, and they are created to meet different patterns of play.

Nintendo needs the Switch to be a hit.

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Will the Nintendo Switch's scant launch line up affect your decision to buy the console on release day?

In the Switch, players can use it as a normal video game while it is in a TV mode and they can also choose to remove the controllers and place it on a kickstand or simply bring it wherever they go.

Looking deeper into the array of titles from both wards, Nintendo Switch taunts 12 exclusive titles while Xbox One has nine, TechRadar said. Step into a world of discovery, exploration and adventure in The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild, a boundary-breaking new game in the acclaimed series.

Last year EA teased that they had a "big" game coming to the Nintendo Switch which was later revealed to be Federation Internationale de Football Association, although we're guessing that many had hoped it would be something else like Mass Effect: Andromeda (the folks at BioWare have since confirmed the game will most likely be skipping the Switch).

Since Nintendo cares about the Zelda fans, they have helped with making the wait seem a little shorter and released a new trailer for the game.

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