In just over a week the Nintendo Switch will be released, and just now the Nintendo decided to give more details about the console. The company has released an official unboxing video of its new console, showing in detail everything that comes inside the box. Switch.
The video is 11 minutes long and shows in detail from the box to each component that comes inside the box. If you want to jump straight to the part where the box opens, then watch the video from 1:30.
Basically, the contents of the box are: O Nintendo Switch, which is a small screen (and as the video makes clear, DON’T DROP IT), the Joy Cons, the console controls, divided into left and right. The base, used to connect the console to the TV, straps to secure the Joy Cons on the wrist when used separately from the console. The dock for the Joy Cons, to use them as a traditional controller. An HDMI cable, which connects the base with the TV, and finally, the power cable, which can connect both the base and the Switch directly into the energy.
Also, the list of games that will be available at the console launch was released. And if you plan to buy one Switch, will have to shell out more to buy memory cards for the console. O Nintendo Switch comes with full memory of just 32GB, and of this total, only 25 GB are free to install games. That way, if you choose to buy your games digitally for your console, you’ll have no choice but to buy memory cards to expand your console’s storage capacity.
The list of release games from Switch is as follows, from this list, only the first two titles had their sizes revealed:
- The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild – 13.4 GB
- I Am Setsuna – 1.40 GB
- Just Dance 2017
- Human Resource Machine
- little ****
- Skylanders: Imaginators
- Super Bomberman R
- World of Goo
Just installing the new Zelda and I Am Setsuna, there are only 10 GB of internal console space left to be used. And it has already been revealed that Dragon Quest Heroes 1 and 2 together have a total size of 32GB, far beyond the console’s available capacity. Unless you opt for physical releases (and let’s face it, the price of games from Nintendo in Brazil, which are imported here, since the company is not present in the country, they are absurdly expensive) you will have to pay more money with MicroSD memory cards.
O Nintendo Switch is very close to being released, and it arrives on the day March 3. So far, there is no information on whether the console will be released in Brazil, there are rumors that the Nintendo could return to the country for the launch of the console, but nothing confirmed so far. All that remains is for the company’s fans to root for it.