Gaming brands keep developing new, exciting gaming consoles to try to one up each other. Nintendo has been on top of the game for years and keeps customers coming back. In fact, it recently came out with a new system, Switch. Over the past couple of years, the Switch has become more and more popular.
The best part is you can play it as a handheld console on the compatible tablet or plug it in and play on the big screen. The Switch can be bought in stores and online for $299.99. You can also get a bundle with games included for an extra cost.
Nintendo also offers a Switch Lite, which can only be played in handheld mode. The Lite is perfect for gamers who like to play on the go. It doesn’t have all the functions of the regular one, but you can still play against people online or with other gamers who have Switch Lite as well. It comes in a different colors and costs $199.99.
Enjoy all the classic Nintendo games like Mario, Animal Crossing, The Legend of Zelda and more. Games are a bit expensive but keep an eye out for sales.
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