Nintendo Switch Presentation Live Stream: Watch Online

  • Nintendo has confirmed that its Nintendo Switch event will stream live on January 12, 2017, from Tokyo, Japan.
  • Nintendo previously announced a list of confirmed video game developers in partnership for the Nintendo Switch.
  • If you miss the live stream, you can certainly catch it on Nintendo’s YouTube channel.
  • The stream should be available to watch on the YouTube app.
  • All that’s needed to download the app is an approved mobile or tablet device from which one locate the Nintendo Channel.
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    Nintendo Direct Stream: Watch Monster Hunter Promo Online

  • The latest Nintendo Direct streamed today at 7:00 A.M. EST /10:00 A.M. PST on their Japanese YouTube channel.
  • The last Nintendo Direct discussed the highly anticipated Pokemon Sun and Moon and the previously unannounced Pikmin and Yoshi’s Wooly World 3ds adaptations.
  • This new Nintendo Direct will be exclusively about Monster Hunter.
  • Now, we know what a Nintendo Direct is but do we know what Monster Hunter is?
  • For those of us who can’t wait for Pokemon Sun and Moon or Legend of Zelda Breath of The Wild, be sure to check out the latest Nintendo Direct.
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    Nintendo Switch Confirmed Third Party Games, Plus A Big Rumored Trilogy

  • Nintendo Switch confirmed third party games seems to be a question that many analysts are asking.
  • The big difference between four years ago with the Wii U and now with the Nintendo Switch is there actually seems to be game news surrounding major third party titles coming to the new system.
  • Rumors have suggested that the Switch may be region-free which would be a huge change for Nintendo, and it would insure games like Dragon Quest will reach fans in North America without having to import another system.
  • There are a number of other Nintendo Switch confirmed third party games.
  • Some have mentioned that when it comes to Nintendo Switch confirmed third party games, fans should be skeptical because the same was said for the Wii U. However, the difference between the two platforms, portability, should go a ways to making a lot of the games mentioned enticing to gamers.
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    Nintendo Announces Another Nintendo Switch Livestream For Jan. 13

  • Nintendo just announced that it will live stream a special Treehouse Live presentation on Jan. 13 at 9:30 a.m. ET.
  • The live event takes place just hours after its special Nintendo Switch press conference in Tokyo.
  • Nintendo promises that it will give out the exact release date, pricing and launch titles during its Jan. 12 presentation in Tokyo.
  • The webcast will then be followed by a hands-on event for investors and members of the press in New York City on Jan.13.
  • The Nintendo Switch will be available to the public for the first time on Jan. 15 in New York City.
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    Here’s What to Expect From Nintendo’s Switch Debut and Where To Live Stream It

  • Ahead of the Nintendo Switch debut event happening tonight at 11 p.m. ET, here’s a refresher on some of the things to know about the new console from the Japanese gaming powerhouse: it’s portable, it has a 7-inch screen, the controllers will be called “Joy-Cons,” it uses cartridges, it will feature a large selection of classic Nintendo titles as well as third-party developer games and pre-orders at the New York Nintendo store start on Friday, January 13.
  • In addition to the debut tonight, Nintendo is also slated to do an “in-depth” look via live stream on January 14 at 9:30 a.m. ET.
  • Nintendo Treehouse Live With Nintendo Switch

    January 13 – 6:30 a.m. PT / 9:30 a.m. ET

    Stream here

    Launch is scheduled for sometime in March and we will get an exact date during the announcement according to Nintendo.

  • A reasonable range would be $250 – $350 USD which would put the console in direct competition with the Sony Playstation 4 and Microsoft’s Xbox One S.

    Detachable controllers named Joy-Cons are the highlight of the console but there will be a wider array of control accessories and options according to Nintendo CEO Tatsumi Kimishima who said, “It may be appropriate to call them accessories, or it might be better to call them add-on hardware.”

  • Fans can expect popular titles like Dragon Quest XI and The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim along with a Mario Kart title, an NBA game, a 3D Super Mario adventure and potentially a Pokémon title too.
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