Play at Home or on the Go with the Nintendo Switch

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Are you looking for a new gaming system that revolutionizes gaming systems?

There is nothing better that playing games that provide some nostalgia for older players and introduce newer players to games you’ve experienced your whole life. The Nintendo Switch does just that, and it can be used both at home on the TV, or as an external, handheld device!

The Nintendo Switch is designed to go wherever you do, transforming from an at home console you hook up to the TV, to a handheld device that lets you game anywhere with anyone*. So whether its connecting Joy-Con controllers to the screen and playing Zelda at home with family, or taking them on the train to play Mario Kart with your friends, Nintendo Switch is a brand new kind of video game system that continues the Nintendo tradition of making gaming more accessible and inclusive.

There are so many ways to play the switch and it has some extremely beloved features for players of all ages;

Key Features

Play the same game on your TV and take it out with you with the tabletop mode with the smaller screen to stand and play with your friends

Unique ability to play a full console experience as well as a handheld device

Newest iteration nearly doubles battery life so you can play all day long and not worry about your console hitting low battery mode

High-powered, edgy graphics at 1080p for games that are exclusive to the Switch system

Our Final Opinion on this Gadget

So whether you are playing Animal Crossing at home building an island on your TV, or playing Mario Kart with your friends at a party, the Nintendo Switch has something for everyone, both big and small. These games give older players nostalgia to the old Nintendo 64 or DS games as well as give newer players a taste of timeless games.

Hayley Ianna
Hayley Ianna

Hayley is one of the most respected woman tech editors in Australia. She is a professional and creative writer from Deakin University in Geelong, Victoria.