Nintendo’s new console, the Switch, is launching today, and we’ve been on the road to getting hands on with the system.
The Switch’s launch comes as Nintendo continues to expand its digital-only offerings, with new Nintendo Switch game and app deals, and a new $10 off Super NES Classic Edition.
But we wanted to get a closer look at how Nintendo is going to launch its new console in the coming months.
So, we’ve done the legwork and reached out to Nintendo for a Q&A.
The Switch will be launching on November 3, 2017.
Nintendo has also confirmed that the console will be available on Nov. 18 and Nov. 20.
That’s not too far off, but that’s still a long way from when we last saw it in 2017.
So what’s different now?
First of all, the console is going into retail stores with the exact same retail price as the Nintendo Switch that you can buy at any Nintendo-owned store.
This means you can’t buy a Switch with a pre-order bonus, or a discount from a preorder.
So if you buy it on Amazon or Walmart or a Target, you can only get a discount.
The console will also cost $199, down from $249.
This will give you the opportunity to spend $300 on the console.
The console will have a retail price of $199.99 when it goes on sale on November 10.
But that’s not the full price of the console at the time of this writing.
It also doesn’t include any add-on accessories, like a controller or wireless controller.
What does include add-ons are new controllers.
The controllers will be the same ones you’ll find on the Switch.
But, instead of having two different controllers, they’ll be the standard two-button controller.
The standard controller will be $50, while the two- button controller will cost $40.
So you’ll have to pay $10 more to get the standard controller.
And you’ll also have to get an extra controller in addition to the standard one.
The two-way Switch controller will also have a standard two wire connection, instead.
Nintendo also announced today that it’s making its Nintendo Switch bundle available on all Nintendo Switch systems.
This is an incredibly important addition to Nintendo’s ecosystem, as this will give everyone who owns a Nintendo Switch a chance to get it.
Nintendo is also including a $20 Switch Gold bundle, which will give gamers an extra $20 when they buy the console from a Nintendo store or online.
It will be added to the bundle on November 12, when it becomes available.
This bundle includes the Nintendo Classic Edition, a new Super NES Mini and a Switch Classic Edition bundle.
The other major addition to this bundle is the Nintendo Direct, which includes a bunch of free games, including Super Mario Odyssey, Super Mario Run, The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild, Mario Kart 8 Deluxe, Mario Party 10, Splatoon 2, The Wonderful 101, Yoshi’s Wooly World, Mario & Luigi: Partners in Time, Animal Crossing: amiibo Festival, Animal Forest 4, and Yoshi’s Safari.
And it’s free to all Nintendo owners, which means you could theoretically buy this bundle and still get a console.
But you might want to go for a Switch if you’re looking for something a little more substantial.
You can get an even more powerful version of the Nintendo DSi, which is $60.
The Nintendo Switch Deluxe Bundle will be an additional $60, but will also include a Super NES Mega and a Nintendo DS Lite Bundle.
The $60 bundle includes an additional Super NES XE Classic Edition and a Wii U Pro Controller.
The Wii U controller will give your console a more refined feel, but it’s a bit more expensive than the $60 Super NES Pro Controller, which also includes a touchscreen controller.
So the Nintendo Wii U Classic Controller might be more than you need if you want to play the Switch’s first game, Animal Trail, on the Nintendo console.
If you’re buying a Nintendo Console, you might as well start saving now.
The retail price for the Nintendo NX is $599.
That means you’ll need to spend at least $100 more to buy the system, as well.
But if you do buy the Nintendo Console in November, it’s $799, so you can save a little money.
If you’re willing to spend that extra cash, you could save even more with the Nintendo eShop.
For example, you’ll get a $25 discount off the price of an entire game on the eShop, and you can get a free copy of Mario Kart 7 for every Switch you buy.
The price of that game will be different depending on which version of that title you buy, but the price for that game is $39.99, so if you bought the Nintendo Edition for $59.99 on the GameStop, the price will be