Nintendo's hybrid console/tablet has been fully revealed with the official release date set for March 3rd with a retail price of $299. As previously revealed in the launch trailer, the system features a tablet at the core of the system, which is placed in a dock for home gaming and can be removed to enjoy your titles on the go.
The company has always been known for its unique controllers and the Switch's main controller continues that tradition. Called the "Joy-Con", the controller is a modular design that snaps together to create a single gamepad and splits into two to attach to sides of the tablet or can be used separately for multi-player gaming on the go.
Each of the individual Joy-Con controller also feature motion controls and their HD rumble technology. As for the games, Nintendo previewed a number of titles including Super Mario Odyssey, Zelda, Mario Kart 8 Deluxe, and much more.