The first unveiling of Nintendo’s new gaming system, Switch, has come. In a video posted by FloKO, the sleek system gets a close-up of what’s in the box. Let’s take a look below.
The box is notably smaller than anything we are used to, which is not necessarily a bad thing. The video also shows Nintendo Switch’s cords, where those cords are connected, the controller(s), and what the menus within the system look like. Let’s focus on the menus. From the looks of them, they appear to be easy to navigate through. They are laid out like a Windows 10 computer. For example, if you have a Windows 10 PC, you can click on your Settings and see that your navigation display is very similar to that of the Nintendo Switch.
The menus also give you a lot of room to personalize your device. This is good to know, although I wasn’t too worried that there wouldn’t be customizable personalization. More themes than the basic white and basic black would be nice, though.
The video shows off the basics. Buy the system when it comes out on March 3, 2017, for the full scoop of what truly lies in the box. Brad Pitt would probably find a head, but a gamer like yourself would be happy to find a powerful, portable console. The Nintendo Switch starts out as $299 (before tax). This price is a whole one hundred dollars cheaper than the $399 that the Playstation 4 started out as. The Switch is a whole two hundred dollars cheaper than the $499 the Xbox One started out as. The future is nigh, and it begins with a cheaper console (finally).