Nintendo Switch with Gray Joy-Con

  • Model #: MISC
  • Web Code: 10381161
  • Release Date: 03-03-2017
$399.99
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Overview

Do what you never thought possible with Nintendo Switch. Go from single- and multi-player thrills at home, to playing the same title wherever and whenever you want. Simply attach the Joy-Con controllers to the bright, hi-def display and you're all set. Or detach the controllers and give one to a friend for some on-the-go, local multiplayer action.

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Console gaming redefined

  • The Nintendo Switch combines the mobility of a handheld with the power of a home gaming system, offering unprecedented gaming and entertainment experiences

At home

  • The Nintendo Switch and Dock connects the system to the TV and lets you play with your family and friends in the comfort of your living room

On the go

  • Pick up the Nintendo Switch from the dock and the system instantly transition to portable mode, allowing you to experience the same game that you were enjoying on the big screen
  • With a bright, high-definition display Nintendo Switch lets you bring your at-home gaming experience with you anywhere; to the park, on an airplane, in a car -- anywhere

Joy-Con

  • Attach the Joy-Con controllers to either side of Nintendo Switch for solo gaming on the go or detach them from Switch and use a Joy-Con controller in each hand
  • Solo players can also slip the controllers into a Joy-Con Grip accessory to mirror a more traditional controller
  • Two players can each take a Joy-Con controller to experience local multiplayer fun
  • With multiple Joy-Con controllers from a number of systems (each sold separately), numerous people can gather for a variety of gameplay options.

What's in the Box?

  • Nintendo Switch Console
  • Nintendo Switch Dock
  • Joy-Con (L) and Joy-Con (R)
  • 2 x Joy-Con Strap Accessories
  • Joy-Con Grip
  • HDMI Cable
  • Nintendo Switch AC Adapter

Manufacturer's Warranty:

  • Parts - 1 Year(s)
  • Compatible Games
    Nintendo Switch
  • Included Controllers
    2 x Joy-Con
  • Controller Type
    Wireless
  • Audio Output
    HDMI
  • Width
    35.10 cm
  • Height
    20.00 cm
  • Depth
    9.40 cm
  • Weight
    1.70 kg
  • Warranty Parts
    1 Year(s)


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  • from Oshawa, ON
4.0

Nice little system

Pretty good system for videogame lovers! The library available for it right now it's fantastic like Nintendo libraries always are, and it's only going to get bigger and better. This system is definitely not perfect by any means, there is many flaws to this such as graphics, pricing, no apps whatsoever, you will need to go spend a couple hundred dollars on other stuff for the switch directly after you buy it. I would not recommend this system for any "hard-core" gamer or somebody who is willing to spend a few hundred dollars directly after buying it. For anybody else, it's a no-brainer, although it is definitely not the best technology wise, it is the top videogame console out right now


  • from SCARBOROUGH
5.0

Best nintendo ever

Amazing


  • from vernon, BC
5.0

IT AWESOME

THE SWITCH IS CLEARLY THE BEST CONSOLE TO DATE OVER 70 GAME SHAVE BEEN ANNOUNCED IN E3 SLOWY GETTING EVEN BETTER


  • from vernon, BC
5.0

awseome

its awesome


  • from Port Hardy, British Columbia
5.0

Great!

Love the Switch! So versatile! Just wish there were more games available but I guess they will come in time.


  • from Toronto, ON
5.0

Great System

My family and I are having a great time playing with the Nintendo Switch. This is the first system all my family can enjoy together since the Wii. Way to go Nintendo.....HOME RUN!


  • from Scarborough, ON
5.0

Can't talk.....Zelda

I've been using my Switch constantly since it arrived. Love it! It's prefect for long RPGs and open world games. Makes my bus ride so much more fun.


  • from Redhouse, Delta
5.0

Delivers

Extremely practical device. It's power and versatility make up for the slightly lofty expense. The switch is an entertainment machine through and through which will only become better once more games and content release during its lifespan.


  • from Richmond, BC
5.0

Great Console

Great console with functionality, but lack of great games for now. Easy to setup, handy for two players, although the L and R buttons on the joy-con are a bit hard to reach. The only thing i don't like is the stand at the back, it is quite flimsy, and there is no rubber cover to protect the microsd when the stand is opened. Overall it is a great console!


  • from North York, ON
5.0

Nintendo Hit it Out of the Park

I haven't really been a Nintendo player since the GameCube. I dabbled in the Wii but didn't own one. The system feels and plays great. The modular design of the joy con is very cool and playing in handheld mode is an experience unrivalled by anyone. Zelda and Mario Kart are both probably the best entries in their respective franchises from my experience. Arms, Splatoon, Mario Odyssey, etc - although not yet released as of the time of this writing - all look to be of a similar high quality. Very happy to be an owner and to see Nintendo re-reach its prime.


  • from Prince Albert, SK
2.0

Never have in stock

Like the title says, never have been in stock online or in store. Always out of stock. Been just over 2 months and can't even purchase one...that's sad that people have to wait for probably over 2 months because not many are brought in with each shipment smh


  • from Winnipeg, MB
5.0

Great Product

Awesome machine great system, hopefully everyone gets to enjoy this actual next gen gaming machine.


  • from Toronto, ON
5.0

Pricey but super fun!

Zelda is awesome, but this console does not come cheap let alone the add-ons and even games cost more...On the other hand the portability of full console game releases is at this time a unique thing within the video games marketplace. Playing a full scale Zelda title cruising on a King streetcar downtown T.O. is a crazily futuristic experience and I love it, having said that I must also say this console is in serious need of some more titles of a similar caliber to Zelda, and soon. But wait, here comes Mario Kart 8 Online.... (reaches for empty wallet)


  • from Waterloo, ON
5.0

10/10 would buy a second time

Great Zelda Machine.


  • from London, ON
3.0

Lacking Features

I realize this is still early in the consoles life cycle but so far besides Zelda there is almost no reason to own one. No apps like Netflix, Youtube, or even a Web Browser and only a handful of games. If Zelda alone doesn't sell you on the console you might as well wait.


  • from Toronto, ON
5.0

WORTH THE PRICE

The nintendo switch is awesome as a handheld and as a day-to-day home console. I have been playing Legend Of Zelda BOTW non-stop XD. Theswitch is godlike compared to the Wii U. Great decision. worth the price


  • from Kingston, ON
5.0

Nintendo delivers!

Wonderful console! Love every second of playing this. Legend of Zelda was worth the purchase alone. Was a bit skeptical of getting it first day (managed to pre order) but Best Buy delivered on time, was very satisfied and relived. Any one on the fence about this console should get it.


  • from Ottawa, ON
3.0

Best current portable device with some major flaws

Nice graphics, an amazing launch title with The Legend of Zelda: BOTW and the possibility of more great titles from Nintendo. The perfect platform for indie games. It feels good in the hands when not using the controllers separately. It appears to be well built besides the screen fragility. However it does have some serious issues. The battery life is mediocre to terrible, the screen can be scratched from the dock, you can't transfer saves, and the online functionality social aspect is very weak. Nintendo is terrible with anything to do with online functions besides downloading games or charging you money. The framerate in docked mode is worse in some games that it is in handheld mode.


  • from Vancouver, BC
5.0

Best thing ever

Awesome


  • from Fredericton, NB
5.0

Beautiful

Zero complaints, no regrets, this system is phenomenal, Zelda is beautiful


  • from Burnaby
5.0

Didn't Work

It didn't work when I tried to turn it on. Turns out there is something wrong with the audio and the system shuts down unless headphones are plugged in. I had to send it to Nintendo to get repaired. At least its covered under warranty, but I was offered no compensation from Nintendo for the faulty product. Very disappointed.


  • from Montréal, QC
4.0

powerful enough?

I was lucky enough to purchase this new console. (I agree with previous comments that shortage of supply is an old trick to generate demand, anyway...) The console is really well made (as usual for Nintendo) and smaller than expected. I would love to have at least a game included within the box to start without any additional expense. Based on the specs published on internet, I am also not sure that it is more powerful than the WII U (I own all Nintendo since the SNES) which might compromise its usage with future technology like VR or AI. Just my 2ct.


  • from Port Coquitlam, BC
4.0

Great System

By far the slickest Nintendo hardware to date. Have played Zelda for over 135 hours and not only is the game great, playing it while on the exercise bike, relaxing around the house was great as I am not tethered to the TV. The concept works as advertised. 1 star off for the barebones UI, lack of cloud saves and unknown online. But I feel like Nintendo has a winner with the Switch.


  • from Edmonton
5.0

Awesome! 4stars

Only played Zelda so far but worth it for that alone. Portability is great and easy transition to tv. Just waiting for further updates so can use Netflix, you tube etc.


  • from Ajax, ON
4.0

Great System That Works As Advertised

The system is fast and efficient, very comfortable controller and light to hold. The UI is simple but in a good way. The "switch" is as fast as they show on the commercials. Good job Nintendo!!!


  • from Thunder Bay, ON
5.0

A great step in the good direction

The Switch is more proof that technology is definitively getting to the convergence of stationary and mobile. It is a very delicate balance among portability and performance, Ergonomically, the device is a huge success, I can play for hours and my hands can manage it without any issue, much more comfortable than a 3DS-XL. The joysticks and buttons are at the true minimal size to preserve functionality while ensuring compactness. Screen size is also at the right dimensions to avoid being too small and provide enough detail at 720P. I have played with it mostly on portable mode, once in a while plugged to recharge as playing. A few times played on the TV, going back quickly to portable to enjoy the opportunity to play on bed. My only major concern is the limited battery size, I wish Nintendo could just add a few extra grams and getting a more useful 4-5 hrs playing time.


  • from London, ON
4.0

Neat little device

The coolest thing about the Switch is how you can take it anywhere. It differentiates itself from other home gaming consoles this way. Unlike the Wii U, the previous system by the same company, you can take the tablet console anywhere you want without having to be within the proximity of the charging station, since the entire system is this tablet. It's a nice option for those like me who have more time to play on a handheld rather than consoles. If you do plan on taking it to places, I recommend investing on a screen protector and a carry case to protect the system. The two controllers that come included are the joy-cons, which can be used in a variety of ways depending on the game. Simple games will let you use a single controller and attach a wrist wrap which serves as a grip for the otherwise small controller, while more complicated games allow you to combine both controllers and use them as one. When using the two controllers, you can play with them on the sides of the Switch as well, although I find the Switch to be a bit heavy to hold for long periods of time, and the controllers on their own are too small to grip properly if you have big hands. Not to mention, the battery life of the Switch depletes faster when the joy-cons are connected to it, because they are being charged as they are connected. I recommend everyone to play with the joy-con grip, which is basically like using a standard controller, and also saves more battery. The Switch's online service is offered for free until Fall, which then requires a paid subscription long-term, much like Microsoft's Xbox Live service. Once games like Splatoon 2 start using the online component, the quality will determine whether it is worth paying the price for the subscription. The console doesn't offer much more beyond playing games. There's a news section to keep you updated on games or other Nintendo products, and there's an e-shop for buying digital games that live right on your Switch's internal storage. You can't watch Youtube, Netflix, or even browse the net in it like you could with the Wii U or Nintendo 3DS. At the time of this review, other great games that have been announced have yet to be released. The device only comes with 32GB of internal storage, the same as their previous console despite being a newer product. Long term, you'll have to invest on a Micro SD card if you plan on taking screenshots or buying lots of games. I quite enjoy the Switch; it is a neat concept and is well built. It is clear that the system focuses on letting you play games wherever you want, sacrificing other features for the games. There are a few things about it that are lacking; good games will eventually come, but there's also the online service which will cost and the low internal storage. I recommend other gamers to invest on a Switch mostly for its unique handheld advantage.


  • from Edmonton, AB
5.0

Nintendo Fan Since the 80s

I have no issues with my switch and my screen is still not scratch but a good screen protector is not a bad idea. If you get the Zelda game you will be tempted to take the switch with you so also get a case for the Switch. If you are use to hand held gaming on the Vita or 3DS you will be ok with the controls but if you only game on consoles you should pick up the pro controller.


  • from Toronto, ON
5.0

A Refreshing Change From The WiiU

After being burned by the terrible product that was the WiiU, which I bought on launch day and waited more than a year with zero decent games, the Switch is a welcome change. My console arrived on launch day with no shipping issues and does not have any of the notable problems. I did add some felt to the dock in order to prevent any scratching, but it was mainly a precaution. The Switch transitions seamlessly between console and portable more and the OS is extremely responsive. It's definitely not a thin and light tablet, but it works very well. Would love a browser and some additional functionality in order to travel with this as my main tablet. Looking forward to many exciting games!


  • from Québec, QC
5.0

Petite console plaisante et au format idéal

J'ai ma Nintendo Switch depuis un peu plus de deux semaines et c'est une console au format très pratique est plaisant. La prise en main est facile, autant en mode tablette qu'en mode plus traditionnel. Les graphiques sont très satisfaisant aussi! Je n'ai pour l'instant que joué à Zelda Breath of the Wild mais j'ai rarement eu autant de plaisir à jouer à un jeu console depuis bien longtemps!


  • from Vancouver, BC
5.0

Better than the WiiU but not Perfect

The Nintendo Switch improves in a lot of issues that the WiiU had. It's price is lower than other consoles in the market, but doesn't have the a big game library yet. It functions exceptionally well as a hand-held console as well as a home console. However do not expect the graphic performance that other consoles (Ps4 pro) might give. There are some physical problems with it too. You would want to invest on a screen protector because the dock can scratch the sides of the screen if not handled with extreme care. I also recommend to read the instruction manual in this one; it is an unique console that might have problems if it is not used properly. Overall, this is a step in the right way from the WiiU but there is more improvement that can be done.


  • from Dollard-des-ormeaux, QC
4.0

A lot of potential for being awesome

Console is great, durable and extremely easy to set up. Feels like a Nintendo product and the quality expectations of it. Only downside is no Netflix or other third party app support yet. If you are not into Zelda at the moment I would suggest waiting a little for more content to be released.


  • from Sudbury, on
5.0

Best Nintendo Console Ever

I love this thing. Unreal screen, snappy interface, and beautiful design. The different ways to play are absolutely perfect for my lifestyle with small kids and lots of work trips. Transition from portable to tv and back again is almost instantaneous. Love that I can put it in standby and pick it up exactly where I left it when I get back. I do have the screen scratch problem with my unit, but no one in their right mind should ever use a device with a plastic screen without putting on a screen protector. I always have and I always will, and the scratching is currently on the screen protector. I will probably still send it in for a dock repair at some point in case someone unwittingly removes the screen protector for whatever reason.


  • from Coquitlam, BC
5.0

Pretty good so far

It's the most versatile console I've ever owned. I like that I can play on the TV and just pull it from the dock and continue in any other room in the house and/or take it with me wherever I go. Sure, it's not the most powerful system, but it makes up for that with the exclusives and the portability factor.


  • from Victoria, BC
4.0

I agree with the mainstream reviews, it's a great 2nd console.

The Nintendo Switch released to a ton of hype, both good and bad, but I've been very happy with it since getting mine. It's solid at what it does; convenient, portable gaming that still lets you relax in front of your big screen. This isn't you mainstream console competitor, it isn't going to have all the AAA titles that the Xbox and PlayStation get, but it will have the unique appeal that Nintendo always manages to bring to its brand. I bought it so that my kids could share in multiplayer games like SnipperClips and Mario Kart wherever we are, from the living room to the car, and it's great at that.


  • from Hamilton, ON
5.0

No Regrets!

I have been playing a few games on this system since release day (March 3, 2017). To date I have no complaints. The system is user friendly, easy to set and ready to go right out of the box. The "Switch" between TV mode and handheld is flawless. I use the system both ways on a daily basis. The battery life while in handheld mode is approx. 3 hours (playing Zelda: BotW). Controller battery life is about 20 hours of gameplay. I have both physical games and even a download from the eShop. All work well seamlessly. Adding Friends was a breeze and quick link options for existing friends of other games (Miitomo, Super Mario Run, Etc.) Linking my other eShop fund accounts was also simple. Now I Can purchase with my eShop money on any of my devices. I have only one concern with the system at this time - the low Memory (34GB) - which can be expanded via Micro SD card so there is room to grow outside the internal memory. Although I am still working on completing and enjoying the games I already have, I look forward to a wider selection of titles in the near future. I loo forward to my first chance to play online with others (like in Spaltoon 2). Overall, a regret free purchase


  • from Halifax, NS
5.0

Excellent Console

This is a nice add to my video game collection. I am enjoying the different modes this console can be played in and have taken on a trip already. The Switch is very comfortable and makes for a great gaming experience on the go.


  • from Red Deer, AB
3.0

Nintendo Switch wont turn on after only 4 days using it

The gaming console itself has amazing graphics for Zelda anyways, be curious to see the other games that are due out. My only concerns are the lack of games that were ready at launch date as Zelda was the only title launched the same day. Also we have only played our console 4 times not consecutively, now our console won't turn on at all. Tried taking it out of the docking station and charging it that way and even moved it to different locations within the house. Went into Best Buy and was told we need to ship it out to Nintendo and they will repair it and send it back. Disappointed the system only lasted 4 days before not working.


  • from Montréal, QC
5.0

Nintendo switch review

This is the coolest console ever. Play on your tv then pull it out and boom! Handheld it's amazing.


  • from London, ON
5.0

My switch experience. Color me impressed: nice little system, handheld + home console done well

When you open the Switch box, it feels you are about to start playing with Lego, because of all the parts that come with it. It has a door on the back which lets you slide in an HDMI cable and the power cord, both included, and some USB ports on the sides and on the back probably for future addons. I guess because it's half portable, the Switch does not have a network adapter, and you instead have to connect wirelessly and hope your network connection isn't bad. Or you could just buy a Nintendo Wii (U) USB network adapter to plug it in one of the back USB ports. It's not the base that is the console; the base is basically a piece of plastic with a small part of it to display graphics on your TV and to charge your Switch. It is the tablet that is the console. There's a flap thingy that pops open on the back of the console; it lets you place it upright, except it covers the micro-SD card slot to protect your storage. Rather unfortunate that it doesn't come with one. The Switch can't handle more than 25 GB of internal storage either, so long-term, you might want to invest in one of these. There is also a little spot to click game cards in, which are small enough to be swallowed by children and pets. But Nintendo coated the game cards with a non-toxic substance that makes them taste quite bitter. There are two controllers called "joy cons" with four face buttons, two shoulder buttons, two side buttons and an analog stick each. Although technically you can combine both by sliding them in the tablet or the controller grip to make it one controller with 8 face buttons and two analog sticks, as well as 4 shoulder buttons, with the side buttons covered by the rails where you slide them in. If you have big hands like me, sliding them in and out of the wrist straps in particular is quite the challenge, because the joy-cons are pretty small and will slip off your hands while you attempt this for the first time, making it difficult to get a grip and pushing multiple buttons on the controller besides the release ones. The Switch lets you jump right in to start playing games instead of wasting your time installing things. Well, if you have games then that's nice. Sadly, that's where the fun ends if you don't. The Switch includes no games, not even something pre-installed. If you want a game, then Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild is about the only one worth getting right now. You could've also bought Zelda on Wii U if you had one though. Big titles like Splatoon 2 are coming sometime, as well as remakes of golden games like Skyrim if you've never played them and want a chance to do so while on the go. That's what made me get one; being able to play large single player games besides anywhere. The Switch does this well, the console is cool. It is fun to learn how to use it, and begins to click once you start using it, and actually the clicks that you hear from the controller and the console is probably the best hardware design. A good audio cue that lets you know you did something right without breaking the console. That's essentially what best describes the Switch when you first get it; you're pushing things, sliding things, clicking things, and putting them in from wherever you find you can. But the games, aside from Zelda, are lacking. Pros: - Small gamecards taste bad, making them child and pet-proof - Great parental controls allow for time tracking of playtime - Fun and intuitive to learn how to use, great introductory tutorial and built-in help topics - Synchronization of your Nintendo Account with your friends list across different Nintendo apps. - Easy to use interface, easy to set up, easy to plug in - Two controllers included, can be combined and be used as one, or split into two to play with a friend. A bit annoying but not the end of the world: - Tablet gets dirty quickly, no screen protector included - No network plug included, requires a


  • from Edmonton, AB
5.0

Nintendo Switch - Young Family

The Nintendo Switch absolutely represents the future of home consoles. I use the word "home" loosely, as what you have here is an extremely powerful portable unit as well. Out of the box, you'll be surprised just how compact this unit really is. Set it up next to your TV and you'll be saying "is that all?". If you've owned other consoles in the past, you'll know what I mean. You barely even see it. Add the small SD sized games, and even your storage needs for games is a tiny space. The unit with JoyCons attached feels solid in your hands. Separated with JoyCons on the joining controller it also feels solid. Adults will note that the joycon fits a bit smaller in the hands, but you will quickly get used to it. The thing is, this is a console for all of the family, so having a controller that can be used by everyone is important. The Switch starts up fast, looks great on the screen (both TV and console), and does what it's told when it is told. The simple interface on the console is a cinch for anyone to navigate. It will even start your TV up when you put the console on -- without having to even set it up that way. Games look great no matter how you play. The internet connection is solid - never been an issue. Absolutely no regrets and a ton of fund playing Zelda and Imaginators. Can't wait for more games - but to be honest these two will keep us going for awhile. No Netflix (yet) but I have it elsewhere. Would be nice though to take it on vacation - I imagine they will add it in the future. Love the Nintendo Switch! Rivals the NES as their best ever!!!!


  • from Canada
5.0

Gotta love Nintendo

Great system with a ton of potential. A limited selection of games but there is enough on release to keep you busy for a long while. Go indies go!


  • from Langley, BC
5.0

Our family loves it!

A little trouble with the left joycon's battery and sync. Everything else seems ok. Didn't get this set til after a few days from release date unlike the neon ones though.


  • from Markham , ON
5.0

Exactly what it claims to be.

The Switch works exactly as advertised. Switching from console to handheld is seemless, easy, and games like Zelda are extremely impressive. As a console, the Switch is relatively capable but as a handheld it is a beast of a machine. Playing a game that looks as good as Zelda or Fast RMX in the palm of my hand is unreal. As a portable it outperforms anything else in its class. Battery life isn't as bad as I thought it would be, clocking in at the same range as the PS Vita or 3DS XL. Great system with a lot of potential.


  • from Edmonton, AB
5.0

Need to buy a new TV

The Nintendo Switch is smaller than expected, as are the Joy-Con controllers. My three girls, however, don't care. Used fro an average of four to five hours per night, the ability to just pick it up and play it on your lap has allowed us to "watch" TV together with one person glued to Zelda: Breath of the Wind. So why do I need a new TV? While the portable mode is fun and enjoyable for one, the girls like to watch each other play and for that, a TV is pretty necessary. While we only have one game at the moment we have four more on pre-order. For fans of the Nintendo world, this is a worthwhile purchase. For fans of Zelda, it's a necessary purchase.


  • from Grande Prairie, AB
5.0

Nintendo Switch, another great Nintendo product

Very compact gaming system that puts the older and bulkier systems to shame. The system was easy to set up, so easy my kids did it by themselves. The portability of being able to click in the controller sliders and take the game screen with you is very clever. The only negative I have is that the battery in the portable component only lasts about 3.5 hours. Excellent video quality on my 75 inch tv and the audio is seamless. It's too bad that Nintendo didn't bundle this console with a game so that the consumer doesn't need to purchase a game as well as the console separately Overall I highly recommend this product, the kids and adults in my household enjoy playing it.


  • from Calgary
5.0

Fantastic Little Console

Console level graphics on the go and Zelda looks great on my 4K TV. I would recommend this product to friends and family.


  • from Montréal, QC
5.0

It what Nintendo should have made instead of wii u!

This Nintendo switch is the off spring of the wii u and Nintendo 3ds ! It's a hybrid between both devices! Nintendo was trying to make this item and ran out of time and made one of mock ups! But they got it right this time! The maneuverability is great I take it where ever when ever! Haven't taken it to a friends house yet but I imagine the only hiccup will be getting the dock's hdmi wire and power adapter out of the spaghetti of wires behind my entertainment table ! Any way I love it you'll love! It gets expensive real fast though! You only get the console, control combiner thing and wires in box! No games. I hate the feel of the controls when in dock mode so I bought the pro controller! Separately ! You have to buy a game! Separately ! You want to protect you new switch you have to buy case and screen protector! Separately ! But it's worth it! I would recommend this device to everyone and I will soon be ready to purchase another one but I'm waiting until Best Buy bundles the switch with atleast a game! I give it 5stars!


  • from Calgary, AB
5.0

Great console

The console itself is great, I have had no problem with it so far. The lack of games is a problem for now but the few games that are out are amazing.


  • from Powell River, BC
5.0

Awesome!

The Switch is a great new console and is perfect for Nintendo. Breath of the Wild is definetly the best game for it at the moment. Because of this, the only thing holding the Switch back is its lack of good games


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