Joshua Guilas | Staff Writer
On March 3, Nintendo released “The Nintendo Switch,” a handheld and home console all in one. The system has been notoriously hard to get, as even more than a month into its release it is still sold out on online.
As a long-time Nintendo fan, I was determined to find one throughout the month of March, oftentimes to no avail. On April 9 I waited on a lawn chair outside my local Toys “R” Us for 3 hours before its opening at 10 a.m. I was able to purchase one for $300.
Below is a brief tutorial of what can be done with the new gadget.
The Nintendo Switch is the future of gaming. While many people point toward virtual reality and 4K HD resolution (simply, sharper colors on the screen) as the next big thing, one cannot deny the fact that portability is key when it comes to gaming. Gamers want to be able to play their favorite games wherever, whenever.
The Nintendo Switch has a retail price of $299.99 and can be found in any major retailers or electronic stores.