Nintendo has sold 10 million Switch consoles worldwide

Nintendo has announced that they’ve sold 10 million units of their Switch console worldwide.

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Nintendo Switch Review

Nintendo has been around for a long time (over 127 years old) but it wasn’t until the early ‘80s, when they started to get into video games, specifically consoles.

Since then, we’ve had the Nintendo Entertainment System (NES), then the Super NES, the Nintendo 64, the GameCube, the Wii, the Wii U and now we have the Nintendo Switch.

Each of Nintendo’s console offers something unique and with the Switch, Nintendo is blending the lines between home and portable console. Nintendo is in a league of their own, they’re not necessarily concerned with amazing graphics, they’re more focused on how people play games and making sure people are having fun using their systems.

In my time using the Nintendo Switch, I enjoyed using it with a few minor annoyances, which I’ll get back to.

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Zelda: Breath of the Wild is getting a season pass

Most games that are released these days have downloadable content that give players more content for their favourite (or soon-to-be) games. And it looks like Nintendo is joining this trend.

Nintendo has announced that The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild will be getting DLC in the form of an Expansion Pass.

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Nintendo Switch: Everything you need to know

Nintendo has released more details about their upcoming Switch console, including price, features and availability. The Nintendo Switch will be available worldwide on March 3rd, 2017 and will retail for $399 CAD ($299 USD/ 29,980 Japanese Yen and price will vary by retail and country in Europe).

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Nintendo Switch Announcement: Everything you need to know

Nintendo has officially their next home console, the Nintendo Switch. The new console can be played on its own as a standalone Wii-U pad like device/controller, as a traditional console hooked up to your TV via a docking station or you can play on it using its own screen and a wireless controller.

Nintendo released this video that shows off the new console.

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