Nintendo Switch: Playable at the Tokaigi Japan Game Party in February; Capcom to Support SwitchBy Marj
Nintendo has recently released Nintendo Switch, its latest gaming system designed for gamers who are always on the go. It is confirmed that it will be played at the Tokaigi Japan.
Tokaigi Japan is a game party that will run from Feb. 11 to Feb. 12 at Makuhari Messe in Chiba, Dual Shockers reported. The game party will serve as a venue to test the Nintendo Switch before its release on March 2017. During the party, players will get the chance to play with the console all throughout the night.
The Nintendo Switch is a hybrid video gaming console and the seventh major home console of the company. Its main unit is shaped like a tablet and has two detachable controllers called Joy-cons on both sides.
Although the console is portable, Nintendo Switch is primarily designed for home gaming. Users can connect it to a television through a docking station.
As of the moment, there are no details what games will be played on the Nintendo Switch although there have been speculations that the "Super Smash Bros" for Wii/ 3DS will be one them.
Nintendo opted not to provide the list of games during the official unveiling in Oct. 2016, for the people to experience the software themselves. The company instead announced some of the partners who committed to support the Switch including Capcom.
In a report by Forbes, Capcom said that research on the multiplatform implementation of software on the Nintendo is underway. Their commitment in releasing the title for the Switch is unquestionable considering the long-standing relationship between Capcom and Nintendo.