No More Nintendo Switch Details This Year, Creator Confirmed

"Today's video incorporated short glimpses of representative gameplay to demonstrate the liberating nature of the Nintendo Switch home gaming system", said Nintendo. The Nintendo Switch is powered by a custom NVIDIA Tegra processor, which means the console is using the same architecture as the world's top-performing GeForce gaming graphics cards. But Nintendo's follow-up, the Wii U, has disappointed.

Meanwhile, if you opt to use the "Nintendo Switch" as a portable device, the system can be pulled out from the docking station and the controllers can be attached to it directly on both sides.

KYOTO-Gamers got a sneak peek of Nintendo Co.'s next-generation console when a preview video of the "Nintendo Switch" hit the Internet on the night of October 20. To add some extra power on top of this, the Switch will have enhanced hardware-accelerated video playback and custom software for audio effects and rendering.

Games will resume from where the user had stopped when switching from Home mode to Portable mode.

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"It marries not only a home console - the kind of thing you see with the PS4 and Xbox One - but also a handheld device". Not all Nintendo fans realize that the Nintendo Switch, formerly known as Nintendo NX is not going to be released this year. It also shows some newer games, including Skyrim, and NBA2k17.

"We're happy to have had the opportunity to collaborate with Nintendo on the video".

No details or concrete information were given outside of the announcement trailer. This hints at the fact that this could be an upgraded port of Mario Kart 8, or a new game entirely. And of course, the upcoming Legend of Zelda title, which is also coming to the Wii U. Ubisoft, one of Just Dance's developer companies, is developing several games for the platform, including Just Dance 2017, according to Gamespot.