Dec 15, 2016 08:00 AM EST
Nintendo Switch News And Update: New Games Revealed With Super Mario Included; More Revelations From Nintendo [Video]
The Nintendo Switch, also known as Nintendo NX, is undoubtedly one of the most awaited game consoles. While it's nearing its official release, most are getting excited to know more details of the console, especially the games for the Switch.
The Nintendo Switch is expected to be more powerful than the other consoles and having great specs would mean better gaming experience. Though the Nintendo NX is originally created as a home gaming console, it can also be used outdoors with its compact design, thus, avid gamers couldn't wait to know further what games will be featured in the upcoming Nintendo Switch.
There had been rumors about the possible games to be featured in the Nintendo NX and is said to include the classic hit game Super Mario and other Gamecube games. Apparently, Nintendo is working with Gamecube for the inclusion of Super Mario in the Nintendo Switch. Check out the list of the possible games to be included:
1. Seasons of Heaven (Exclusive for the Switch in 2018)
2. Sacred Hero
3. Sphinx and the Cursed Mummy
4. Binding of Isaac Afterbirth Plus
5. Super Mario Sunshine
6. Animal Crossing
7. Luigi's Mansion
8. Supersmash Bros Melee
9. Dark Souls 3
To add more to the excitement, there were some websites in the U.K. that may have accidentally revealed the price of the Nintendo Switch. GameStop, listed the console at the price of £399.97 while Tesco listed the Nintendo NX for £349. Canadian "Toys R' Us" reportedly listed Nintendo Switch for $329.99 CAD.
As of the moment, the details remain unconfirmed but fans will no longer have to wait longer since Nintendo announced that they will reveal more of the Nintendo Switch on Jan. 12, and that's only few days from now. Everyone is probably excited to hear more about the Nintendo NX so for now, mark the date on the calendar and set a reminder for Jan. 12 at 11:00 PM ET. This is because the event will take place in Japan, TIME reported.
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