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NINTENDO DEBUTS HOTLY ANTICIPATED NINTENDO SWITCH CONSOLE

Nintendo is trying to Switch it up.

The Japanese video-game company revealed details about its hotly anticipated Nintendo Switch, a video game console that also serves as a hand-held gaming device, during a global rollout.

The price in the U.S. will be $300, a bit above the $200 to $250 that analysts were expecting. It will debut March 3. The Switch is the first major hybrid console/hand-held gaming device.

“Nintendo Switch is a new way to play,”

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