Nintendo has a new trick
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Get ready to switch from your big screen to your handheld device in just one simple step.
Nintendo has just released Nintendo Switch, where the Wii is switched from the television to a new portable device. This is a small three-component system with many features attached to make it easier to travel and play.
While trying Journeying together on the go with new exclusive games, such as Zelda: Breath of the Wild and Super Mario Odyssey. With such hype about the new Nintendo Switch sales are skyrocketing as more people want to play and more people want to buy. There are many people without a console that want to be on the Nintendo journey as well.
As of 2017, Nintendo has announced new franchise games for the Nintendo Switch.
The new games feature the new Zelda game, Breath of the Wild, abling the players to explore the open world with adventure with a sword in hand. Reviews of the game by IGN in the article ‘The 7 things we love and hate about Zelda: Breath of the Wild,’ states that “despite the immense size of the map, you never feel lost.”
This shows that this game makes the player more emerged in the game with multiple pathways to take with every moment in the game. Making this game suitable for hours of fun without being bored.
Estimates of sales for the Nintendo Switch is 20 million for the first year of availability.
As many people enjoy Nintendo’s work with their biggest franchises such as Mario and Zelda.
By having popularity in characters help sell systems as people want to more involved in the series more. Each person that loves the video game series the more people will want the new system for it.
Phil Harper, from American International College, even said that “I would buy it mostly for Zelda and Skyrim to play on the go.”
As the fans love the idea of on the go just like the PSP (PlayStation Portable) they want to be able to travel with games to bring the fun around. The real problem is the supply and demand is hitting markets everywhere that they are not making enough for the customers.