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Nintendo Switch Latest News & Updates: Find Out The Other Game Titles Outside Mario & Zelda For Upcoming Game Console

Update Date: Mar 02, 2017 08:35 AM EST
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The Nintendo Switch is expected to be launched this coming Friday, a new game console that is expected to take the gaming world by storm. While the features and specs of the actual game console are already out in the open, potential buyers are more concerned about what games will be playable on the Nintendo Switch.

Mario and Zelda are two game titles expected to be available, but there are of course plenty more. Some may be familiar game titles and others not. As far as potential Nintendo Switch buyers are concerned, variety is an important factor in determining their decision to buy the new player in the gaming console market. Some of the games were brought out in the open by Nintendo though it would have helped if their date of availability was bared.

Among the coming game titles for the Nintendo Switch included “Steamworld Dig 2”, “Runner 3”, and “Shakedown Hawaii”, according to Game Spot. Aside from those, there is also “Wargroove”, “Blaster Master Zero”, “Pocket Rumble” and “Mr. Shifty”. The game titles don’t exactly ring a bell though that may depend on how adept gamers are into the gaming biz.

The Nintendo Switch will try to resurrect the sagging stock of the company. The Wii U hardly raised the Nintendo flag, falling behind the offering of Microsoft (Xbox) and Sony (PlayStation). This time around, the company offers a hybrid console that can work both as a set-top box or be used as a small form factor, Mercury News reported.

The Nintendo Switch should be a curious game console version most will look into during the early goings. As to whether it breaks out or becomes a flop has yet to be seen. Either way, the hybrid holds promise based on the hype it has been generating. But as mentioned at the start of this article, games (and their presentation) will play a vital role in determining its success.

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