as informed in GAMING NEWS Nintendo Switch Boxes Are Arriving At Retailers, Here’s What They Look Like Posted on Friday, February 17 @ 11:30:12 PST by Jonathan_LeackCan you believe it?
Also, here’s a quick look at what the display boxes look like prior to set up.
A few photos have found their way online of what the product boxes look like for the Nintendo Switch.
It’s a big moment for not only anyone interested in gaming, but Nintendo which has most recently struggled with hardware sales performance.
Nintendo is going all in, and now that we’re just a couple weeks out from launch day retailers are setting up shop for what is sure to be a crazy month.A few photos have found their way online of what the product boxes look like for the Nintendo Switch.
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The Nintendo Switch UI, explained
The main menuImage Credit: HipHopTheRobot/Vid.meThis is the main screen of the Nintendo Switch.
This second-hand look makes the Switch look like a smart, mature device with a simple and clean operating system.
More about settingsThe meat of the leaked video was really in the system settings.
That’s why I want to dive into the leaked video of the console’s interface to help give you a better idea of what Nintendo is about to ship in two weeks.
Nintendo hasn’t shared any details about the user interface for its upcoming Switch console, but anxious fans learned a lot yesterday when someone leaked a video of the system in action after getting their preorder early.
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Super Mario Odyssey Nintendo Switch game wishlist
We’ve already got a wide range of Super Mario amiibo, but connectivity with the full range of figures would be amazing – something that was present in the superb Wii U release Super Mario Maker.
Super Mario 64 popularised 3D gaming and analogue control, while Super Mario Sunshine introduced the FLUDD power-up which allows you to hose off graffiti and reach high places.
Nintendo has confirmed that amiibo will continue to be supported on the Switch, and games like Super Mario Odyssey will be integral to maintaining their popularity.
Don’t do a Sonic The first trailer for Super Mario Odyssey got chins wagging because it appeared to have parallels with past Sonic the Hedgehog titles.
What Nintendo has shown of Super Mario Odyssey so far appears to suggest that it will revert to the single-player experiences of old, which would be a real shame – especially given the strong social message of the Switch.
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