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- Thread: Nintendo Switch Gaming Console
After years of rumors and speculation, Nintendo has finally revealed its latest console — the Nintendo Switch — and if early first impressions are anything to go by, it looks like it was worth the wait.
In typical Nintendo style, the Japanese company decided not to hold a big unveiling event, and instead post a simple three-minute trailer to its website and YouTube account showcasing exactly what the new console will be able to do.
From the trailer we can gather that the Switch is a portable console hybrid, designed to be taken on the road or hooked up to a TV at home. The reveal video didn’t gift us much in terms of actual specs and information, but it did show a lot of different shots of the system. We’ve broken them all down here below.
You can play the Switch on your TV, thanks to the Nintendo Switch Dock
This is what it looks like…
It uses cartridges, not discs
When you leave the house, the Switch can be pulled up out of its dock
You can then use the console on-the-move using two Joy-Con controllers, which look like this…
They can be attached to either side of the Switch…
Or you can combine them using the Joy-Con Grip…
To create a portable controller
The switch then acts as a screen, using handy fold-out stands at the back of the console
Which means you can use it to play split-screen two player
Pretty exciting, huh? The Nintendo Switch is coming out in March 2017, stay tuned for more information.
- Thread: Final Fantasy 15
at todays Final Fantasy XV Uncovered event Square Enix officially announced that Final Fantasy XV will launch worldwide on September 30 for PlayStation 4 and Xbox One. I'm a big Final Fantasy so i cant wait for this game.
I ALWAYS wanted to get a Bonsai Tree. The fact a tree can be that small, beautiful and have a minimalist quality has always amazed me, now add that its FLOATING!?! MIND BLOWN!!! My dream apartment would be this from the 'Masculine Bed Room Spaces'+ a floating Bonsai Tree by the side.
Floating Bonsai Trees Are Now A Reality