How to Dress Up Your New Game in 2018
The 2018 version of the Nintendo Switch is the first time a title has been dressed up to look like a Pokemon game, and the company is taking its cues from the original game.
The title will be available for the Nintendo 3DS in Japan and the Nintendo eShop in North America in early 2019.
This year’s Nintendo Switch console also comes with a bunch of new additions, including the Pokemon GO Pokémon app and Nintendo’s newest virtual assistant, Alexa.
In addition to Pokemon GO, the Switch also supports Pokemon GO Lite, a more traditional spinoff of the popular game that lets you walk around Pokemon-themed cities and capture and battle your Pokémon.
The company is also adding new online services like Netflix, Hulu Plus and Amazon Prime Instant Video, making the Switch a worthy entry in the growing Pokemon GO family.
The Switch comes with four Joy-Con controllers, and it comes with the same 8-inch Super NES Classic gamepad and four shoulder buttons as the console that came with the console in 2018.
You’ll also find a new controller, which you can purchase for $99.99.
The Nintendo Switch will be released in Japan on March 5.
It will also be available on March 18 in North American and Europe, March 21 in Australia and New Zealand, March 26 in Latin America, and March 28 in South America.
Nintendo Switch price and release date Nintendo Switch Console Price Nintendo 3ds Edition $249.99 Nintendo 3rd-party Joy-Cons (Nintendo 3DS XL, Nintendo 3, Wii U, GameCube, Wii, WiiU, and Switch) $199.99 New Nintendo 3-inch Gamepad (Nintendo Switch Pro Controller, Nintendo Switch, Nintendo Classic Controller) $169.99 Switch Starter Pack (Joy-Con Pro Controller) for $29.99, Controller Adapter for $59.99 for Nintendo Switch (Nintendo DSi, Nintendo DSi XL, and Nintendo 3 DS XL) $49.99 For more information, see Nintendo Switch official website.