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** New Arrival ** PS4 Horizon Zero Dawn (R3) - $70 PS4 Horizon Zero Dawn Limited Edition (R3) - $90 Available at both Gadong Menglait and Kiulap branch Limited Edition includes Horizon Zero Dawn (Exclusive SteelBook case) 48-page Artbook by Dark Horse In-Game Bonuses Banuk Traveler Pack Banuk Trailblazer Outfit Banuk Culling Bow Carja Trader Pack Carja Storm Ranger Outfit Carja Mighty Bow
Release Date and Pricing The Nintendo Switch will be available on March 3 worldwide for $300 USD. Battery Life According to Nintendo, the tablet has has a battery life ranging from 2.5 to 6 hours depending on the game. What’s in the Box The $300 USD includes the Nintendo Switch console, the Nintendo Switch Dock, Joy-Con controllers — both left and right — the Joy-Con Grip, an AC adaptor, HDMI cable and Joy-Con straps. Accessories Nintendo also revealed a handful of prices for some of its official Switch accessories, including: Nintendo Switch Pro Controller — $70 USD Joy-Con Controller Sets — $80 USD Individual L/R Joy-Con Controllers — $50 USD Joy-Con Charging Grip — $30 USD Nintendo Switch Dock Set (which includes an AC adaptor and HDMI cable) — $90 USD Joy-Con Wheel (Set of 2) — $20 USD Region Locking Is Gone Nintendo, long known for its pursuit of compartmentalizing global “regions,” is making the Nintendo Switch region-free. That means players will be able to buy a game in Europe then play it on a Switch purchased in the U.S. Technical Specifications The Switch screen is a 6.2-inches, multitouch capacitive and runs at a resolution of up to 1280-by-720 pixels. It has 32 GB of internal storage, Wi-Fi, a USB Type-C connector, and supports up to eight Nintendo Switch players. Third-Party Games Are Coming to the Platform Nintendo showed off third party games including: Minecraft Dragon Ball Z I Am Setsuna Minecraft Sonic Skyrim Just Dance FIFA Street Fighter NBA 2k18 Lego City Undercover Farming Simulator Skylanders Imaginators Project Octopath Traveler Rayman Legends Online Play Won’t Be Free The Switch’s online service will be available for free after launch. But in a new move for Nintendo, it will become a paid service in the third quarter of 2017. The service will allow users to play online matches as well as find and add friends. The price has not yet been revealed.
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