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Nintendo’s two Switch games now have download codes on Amazon UK. The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild and 1-2-Switch can both be “pre-ordered”.

We should point out that the digital versions cost more than the physical releases on Amazon UK. Zelda: Breath of the Wild’s boxed version is £49.99, but a digital copy is going for £59.99. 1-2-Switch is also higher at £39.99 as opposed to £34.99.

In case you’re wondering, Zelda: Breath of the Wild for Wii U also now has a download code option on Amazon UK.

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1-2-Switch: “Dish Spin” video

Posted on 2 months ago by (@OnePunchMaz) in Switch, Videos | 2 Comments | 0 Likes

Nintendo published another video showing off one of 1-2-Switch’s mini games, Dish Spin. Give it a watch:

With 1-2 Switch and the Switch console’s release drawing near, an official website for 1-2 Switch has gone live in Japan. The site confirms that the game will feature 28 different games, and it has demonstration videos for 18 of them. All of these can be viewed after the break:

Hideo Kojima, known for his work on the Metal Gear Solid series, was in attendance at RTX Sydney yesterday and was able to try out 1-2-Switch with Kinda Funny Games. See all of the shenanigans that took place in the video below.

More 1-2-Switch footage

Posted on 2 months ago by (@NE_Brian) in Switch, Videos | 3 Comments | 0 Likes

Gnarcade has uploaded more footage from 1-2-Switch. Unlike past videos, today’s clip shows what’s happening on-screen while the players try out Quick Draw, Milk, and Ball Count. View the footage below.

Nintendo World Report TV has put on their YouTube channel some new off-screen footage that shows us one of Switch’s launch titles: 1-2-Switch.

Check out the footage and see for yourselves:

Nintendo has opened the North American 1-2-Switch teaser website. You can find it right here. Even though the full site is coming later, there’s actually quite a bit here. It even notes that the title will include over 20 mini-games.

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This information comes from Nintendo of America president Reggie Fils-Aime…

“We look at every launch uniquely as to what’s the right thing to do for that launch. And I’ve been involved in launches dating back to the Nintendo DS. Each one is a little different. For this launch, what we found is that with the range of software that’s coming–not only available day one but through April and into the summer, and including the holiday timeframe with Super Mario Odyssey–that we wanted to enable the consumer to buy the software they want, to look to get to the most approachable price point we could get to. That led us to a $299 price point, and let the consumer decide what games they want to buy.”

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