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===Concept===
 
===Concept===
 
The ''Nintendo Switch'', as stated by Nintendo, is a spiritual successor of many of Nintendo's previous systems features, adopting them into its design. These includes a four button set up and shoulder buttons started by the [[Super Nintendo Entertainment System]], two pre packaged controllers like the Famicon, the portability of the original GameBoy, the joystick and rumble capabilities of the Nintendo 64, the touch screen of the [[Nintendo 3DS]], the motion controller features of the [[Wii]], and the off-tv gameplay of the [[Wii U]].
 
The ''Nintendo Switch'', as stated by Nintendo, is a spiritual successor of many of Nintendo's previous systems features, adopting them into its design. These includes a four button set up and shoulder buttons started by the [[Super Nintendo Entertainment System]], two pre packaged controllers like the Famicon, the portability of the original GameBoy, the joystick and rumble capabilities of the Nintendo 64, the touch screen of the [[Nintendo 3DS]], the motion controller features of the [[Wii]], and the off-tv gameplay of the [[Wii U]].
 
The Switch would be among [[Satoru Iwata]]'s final projects prior to his passing in 2015, having started early development during his final months.
 
 
===System===
 
===System===
 
The system itself is comprised mainly of a computer handheld-like tablet which has touch screen capabilities and a special stand to allow the tablet to hold itself upright on a surface. It can be transported and played while in this mode, holding roughly 3–6 hours of non-power source connected play depending on the game. It can sync wirelessly with nearby Nintendo Switch systems for local and worldwide multiplayer connectivity. When placed on a Nintendo Switch dock attached to a TV, the game can be played on a TV.
 
The system itself is comprised mainly of a computer handheld-like tablet which has touch screen capabilities and a special stand to allow the tablet to hold itself upright on a surface. It can be transported and played while in this mode, holding roughly 3–6 hours of non-power source connected play depending on the game. It can sync wirelessly with nearby Nintendo Switch systems for local and worldwide multiplayer connectivity. When placed on a Nintendo Switch dock attached to a TV, the game can be played on a TV.
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