Nintendo Switch – Neon Red and Neon Blue Joy-Con: Video Games

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Color:Neon Blue and Red



Introducing Nintendo Switch, the new home video game system from Nintendo. In addition to providing single and multiplayer thrills at home, the Nintendo Switch system can be taken on the go so players can enjoy a full home console experience anytime, anywhere. The mobility of a handheld is now added to the power of a home gaming system, with unprecedented new play styles brought to life by the two new Joy-Con controllers.


Home Gaming System

At home the main unit rests in the Nintendo Switch dock, which connects the system to the TV and lets you play with family and friends in the comfort of your living room.


Lift Nintendo Switch from the dock and instantly transition to handheld mode for on-the-go gaming. By sharing Joy-Con, players can go head-to-head while away from home. You can also enjoy the same great games in tabletop mode by using the included stand to prop the system up.

New Play Styles

Remove the detachable Joy-Con from either side of Nintendo Switch for more play styles:

  • One player can use a Joy-Con in each hand
  • Two players can each take one
  • Multiple Joy-Con can be employed by numerous people for a variety of gameplay options (additional Joy-Con sold separately)
  • Slip a set of Joy-Con into a Joy-Con grip accessory, mirroring a more traditional controller. Or, select an optional Nintendo Switch Pro Controller.

Bring together up to 8 Nintendo Switch systems for local face-to-face multiplayer.

Additional information


Gray, Neon Blue and Red


Accessories bundle, Console, Console w/ 128GB Memory card, Console w/ 64GB Memory card, Console w/ 128GB MicroSD, Console w/ 64GB MicroSD

Release date

March 3, 2017

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  1. Ted Gleason

    I absolutely love the Nintendo Switch. The ability to play my games on both the TV and on the go is something I didn’t ever really think was possible. The system design cleverly blends a table with conventional gaming controls that several others have tried, and failed, to do before (Nvidia Shiled Tablet comes to mind). It is easy and very satisfying to “unclick” the controllers from the sides of the tablet portion for use as either individual controllers, or to dock them into the included grip for use as a more conventional controller. Although the controllers are on the smaller side, I have not experienced any discomfort with extended, hours-long play sessions so far. The buttons are easy to differentiate and I did not find myself pressing more than one at a time, etc. Nintendo does make a pro controller for those who want something different, so your mileage may vary. The tablet itself easily slides into the included docking station and within seconds is displaying game information on the TV. The included HDMI cable (still not a standard inclusion for all media devices these days) is a good length so I was able to connect to the TV with no problems. The included power/USB-C cord was likewise a good length so I didn’t have to compromise on where I stationed the dock. Battery life has been about as expected for a tablet pushing out such high-quality games, and I have not had issues with running out of power, especially since you can charge via USB-C which I use for my phone as well.I have had a great time playing Switch so far (Zelda being one of the absolute best games I have played in years), and am really looking forward to many of the games on the horizon, as well as the forthcoming online system and classic game system. I look forward to what Nintendo has to offer, and am thrilled with what I’ve got so far!

  2. the eliminator

    I finally played the Nintendo Switch for the first time on October 27th 2017, so I’m slightly late to the party. I say this as someone who owns both an Xbox One and PS4 and games pretty regularly.My first impression of the console was, wow, this thing is little. The joy cons are actually tiny. I’m a full size adult. But I slid the joy cons onto the sides of the tablet portion of the console and powered it up, created a Nintendo account (on my phone), signed in and did an update to the console and controllers. Neither took long. I never once used the touch screen and it took all of a minute for me to acclimate to the size and shape of the controls. It feels good even with full size hands which was surprising.Next I popped in the physical copy of Super Mario Odyssey that I preordered alongside my new console. I can’t believe how tiny the game cards are, even smaller than 3DS cards. Anyways, the game was ready within a minute or 2, which is a huge relief from the long installs on a lot of PS4/Xbone games. The game fired up fast and runs great, and I played it for quite a while in portable mode before realizing, hey, I could be playing this on my TV.That’s a big point, because the portable mode feels almost completely natural with no restrictions. This is truly the game changing feature it’s marketed as. Playing the game with the entire system in your hands makes the Switch’s versatility a huge added benefit vs. other consoles. The screen looks fantastic and definitely not too small. Granted you’re dealing with significantly less technical power than other consoles, but the Switch makes up for it with polish. Everything I’ve done so far has worked excellent, and I can’t wait to explore more of the Switch library.I never imagined that coming from gaming on the big screen to this would feel so good, but the Nintendo Switch is probably now the easiest recommendation I could make to anyone looking for a new game console.

  3. R.C. Davidson

    In a world where console manufacturers are trying to get their systems to run games at 4K resolution, Nintendo once again pitches a curve-ball, and it seems to have worked for them. Instead of trying to be more powerful than the others, they instead went for making a gaming tablet that can really play console quality games on the go. Let me preface this review by saying that I already reviewed this product once, but decided to write another one because I only reviewed it when I only had it for a few days, with the only game I had at the time being Puyo Puyo Tetris, even though Legend of Zelda Breath of the Wild was the hot meal ticket at the time. Things have also came up during the first year alone that could make or break the console later on in it’s lifetime, so I thought they would be important to know.First of all, the system itself has a pretty good design to it, and I think Nintendo made some great decisions with it. The system basically looks like your regular, everyday tablet, and unlike the Wii and Wii U, they did not add any glossy plastic to it, so in my opinion, it sure does look better. The screen is also a real beauty when playing in portable mode, which is my way to play, and that’s despite the fact that it’s a 720p screen, which should help with expectations since the system is running a mobile processor. Now, unlike what would’ve been the competitor the PlayStation Vita, the Nintendo Switch uses the most standard mediums you could think of, and those things are USB Type-C and Micro SD cards. In fact, you may even have these two thing already. While USB Type-C isn’t exactly growing on trees, these cables are getting closer and closer to becoming the standard, and Micro SD cards are relatively cheap, which is good since the internal storage is only 32 GBs. Luckily, the games don’t require installation unlike the PS4 and Xbox One, because the games come in cartridges. While I do like these cartridge for this reason, they do have one issue, other than the small size, and that’s that they don’t have that much storage, up to 32 GBs, and are likely more expensive than disks. I bring this up, because a few games will require a separate download, such as NBA 2K18, WWE 2K18, L.A. Noire, and DOOM 2016 if you want multiplayer. These games will include a notice saying that it’s required, except for DOOM that has the whole singleplayer on the cart itself, but hopefully those 2 TB micro SD cards will come soon. The Switch also has a flimsy kickstand, and sometimes, it doesn’t like to stay closed. Still though, I think the Switch itself is well designed.The dock is also a great addition. What the dock does is that when you put the Switch in it, you can then play your games on a TV, in which the Switch itself will upscale the game to a higher resolution since it’s plugged into a power source other than the battery. It also has three USB ports, one of which being USB 3.0, and the back closes up for better cable management. I would say to get a screen protector, preferably glass, since the dock may scratch your Switch screen.The controller(s), a.k.a. the Joy-Cons, also provides some versatility to the system. They slide into place on the sides of the Switch, but with the features included, there are many ways to play. First is the basic console layout, which can be played apart or with the include “Comfort Grip.” These thing can be quite comfortable, especially when on the Switch or apart, but the Comfort Grip, while decent, can feel quite small due to the fact the stick is not angled like other systems. The Joy-Cons can also be a quick and easy way to play two player games such as Rayman Legends and Snipperclips, which actually works well with it’s sudo-SNES layout. The Joy-Cons also include motion control. While I haven’t played games that take advantage of this feature completely, such as Arms and 1-2-Switch, they can still be used for games like Legend of Zelda Breath of the Wild and Splatoon 2, and it works well. The system also has a Pro controller option, but it’s a good $10 more than rival controllers. If you plan to play the Switch in console mode more than portable, though, it may not be a bad idea to get one, or maybe an alternative like J&Top’s controller or 8Bitdo’s SNES 30 Pro when it comes out if your strapped for cash or cheap.Lastly, let’s look at the most important thing for a system, and that’s the games, and man, Nintendo knocked it out of the park this time around, and we’re not even done with it’s first year yet (at least when this review was posted anyway). The Switch is not only a great system for indie games, which there is a lot of, but there are also great games released such as Legend of Zelda Breath of the Wild, Sonic Mania, Splatoon 2, etc., and there are still games coming out such as DOOM, not the original but the 2016 version, L.A. Noire, Wolfenstien 2, and Xenoblade Chronicles 2. The main problem would be that the selection will just drain your wallet dry, there’s just so much available out right now. They also barely have any drawbacks compared to other systems. For example, games like DOOM and Sonic Forces run at 30 FPS, while other’s just have lower resolutions. The only completely gimped games I think of are FIFA, which is specifically made for Switch but keeps out a few modes in other versions, and even though some people say NBA 2K18 is a decent port, I will still consider it gimped since the online only MyCareer mode just makes the Switch version pointless. Just remember that this is basically a decently powerful tablet, so expectations should be in check, but I think the portability does give you a reason to buy the Switch version to a game.For as long as I had my Switch, since late June, I have had a great time with my Switch. Not only does it have great games within it’s first year, but it’s a very versatile system, and the portability factor is not only the icing on the cake, but the whole cake. The system is great for fans of Nintendo and people who live busy lives and don’t have time to play games.

  4. Damian Lott

    Anyone wondering whether to buy a switch or not just do it. If you want to game anywhere this is for you. It endlessly satisfying when you are playing a game dock on your tvmonitor and then you un dock and continue in kitchen, laying in bed, ext. Or to when you are playing mobile and you get home and just simply dock it and you are immediately back in your game right where you left off. It is a smooth process to dock or un dock.Battery LifeThe battery life surprised me. It is longer than I expected and the sleep mode life is crazy good. I was able to put it in sleep at about 70% and came back too it several days later and it was only down to maybe 60%. Not to mention you can dock and keep playing while it charges. The joy cons battery life is practically not a topic because I have yet to have them die. They last for ever and charge when they are connected to console.Game catalogSome people think there is not enough games. But really it is just that there is not a lot of big AAA titles, COD, and Assassins Creed, or some Hyper realistic racing game. There is actually a decent amount of small indie games and some games that are on other consoles that go well on the switch for on the go gaming. And they are adding games constantly and I think this time next year the switch will be a tough contender in the console world with the game line up if they keep doing what they are doing. If they port all the good games from the WiiPoo then the game line up would be crazy good. But IDK if they will do that.Those are the big points I felt were important to discuss. Only complaint is accessories are expensive and trying to buy third party products can be a challenge because I have bought several they don’t work.

  5. Amazon Customer

    …then this might as well be known as the “*New* Nintendo Vita XL”. XDIf you know the history of how PlayStation came to be, you will realize how much the SWITCH proves that SONY has lost sight of the gaming market.When Call of Duty “flopped” on the PS Vita, SONY pretty much began to abandon the device and it slowly opened up to being only a platform for indie games and is going towards a downloads only direction. They tried to push it as an accessory for the PS4, but the lack of physical L2 and R2 makes streaming to the Vita a poorly implemented gimmick. Owners of Vita consoles started feeling wronged as the memory cards are proprietary and cost several times more than MicroSD cards of the same GB capacity and are only available up to 32GB in the US or a 64GB import from Japan -which is troubling when the cards are known to fail due to the security measures with the Vita to validate authenticity in the sake of anti-piracy.Needless to say, the PS Vita group has a list of complaints regarding SONY’s handling of the PS Vita.It is not clearly obvious in the marketing of the SWITCH, but a ton of decisions regarding it were from that feedback on the PS Vita.- MicroSD SDXC vs Proprietary Memory Cards that cost an arm and a leg- Built-in storage (and not a meager 4GB, but 32GB!)- Larger screen size (and still touch screen)- Multiple Accounts/Users can share one device- TV Connection Cradle (vs. buying a PS Vita and then a PS TV)- A robust and expanding list of Indie and download only titles- Ability to pay for download games via PayPal with EXACT FUNDS REQUIRED vs having lingering credits on account and having to add $5 to your account funds when making purchases under $5.- Every purchase nets coins worth a $0.01 towards discounting a future purchase of your choice (compared to no incentives/rewards at all on Vita)Nintendo has essentially flipped the tables on SONY after ~20 years and offered those who enjoyed the OG PlayStation and PlayStation 2 titles and given them every reason to SWITCH over to their console.I will keep my PS4 for the titles exclusive to it, or for titles that seem to benefit from beefier graphics and processing power, but for anything arcade-like, indie, and that any titles that I’d be willing to sacrifice graphical fidelity in gain of portable enjoyment -I’ll be buying for the SWITCH now. This has influenced me to change several of my pre-orders for PS4 versions to SWITCH versions -and it looks like December is the only time the PS4 is getting salse from me (aside from the Spyro Trilogy in September). Same with my other consoles.Is the SWITCH perfect? No. But it is close enough and on a strong pace to being THE console to own if you could only afford one. My only issues with the SWITCH can be corrected either by them updating the firmware or by 3rd Party accessories:- I don’t like how the menu organizes games as there is no way to Pin titles to the main screen, demos are not in a category separate and divided from full-version games, and the first spot should be (like it is with the DS and 3DS) a locked cell for whichever game cart is loaded in the console.- Save data options (to move, upload to cloud, download from cloud, or to delete) should be additionally accessible from options on a game title’s options and there should be a choice to delete a game and its corresponding saves (especially in the case of demos).- Themes and a selection of solid background colors would be nice (The DS and 3DS both have solid color options available, and the 3DS has themes available)- The ability to select between the truncated library that only shows more recently played games and the full library view.- A right Joy-con with D-pad would be nice for those who don’t want to lug around a pro controller or buy an adapter or perform the Joy-con shell mod to make it have a D-pad.- The integrated stand/arm really should have had another opposite where it is as the device is not stable trying to play in bed. If I were to sleep on a futon on my floor, or if I had a headboard on my bed, then I’d have less need for an extra stability leg, but the device would still benefit from an additional leg. I’m left seeking a 3rd party solution.- An on-screen corner notification pop-up that can be enabled or disabled that would pop up every time the battery drops 5%, 10%, or 25% lower (set by user) vs having to head back to the home screen to keep tabs on battery life.Other than that, pretty solid device and am happy with it. How they implement future updates, what they implement in those updates, if they release a revised model of the system, will all determine if they crash this strong party they’ve set in motion or not. For now though, this is just great.

  6. KF Mush

    UPDATE: Without spending too much time back-treading over my review, I’m changing my review to 5 stars (from 4) for the following reasons:1) the screen has never gotten a scratch after hundreds of hours of use. Even with some fairly casual handling a couple of drops. Not a scratch. Maybe I’m lucky, but IMO, the plastic seems sufficiently durable.2) The joy-con connectivity problem is well-sorted at this point.3) Online play is cheap enough to not be a bother ($20/year) and I can’t make judgments until it goes live.4) I don’t know if I’d call this console “cheap” anymore. For its price point, it is extremely sturdy and well-made.5) The library is growing fast, with great content. A good library is an important point for a console.6) Most importantly: It is my all-time favorite gaming system. I’m a Nintendo fan, for sure, but I’ve been primarily a PC gamer for the past few years. I hardly play PC games much right now.—

  7. Arjun S. Kahlon

    I’m primarily a PC gamer but I do love picking up Nintendo consoles/handhelds as I love their exclusives. This Switch is Nintendo’s best device since the N64. It really helps when one of its launch titles is one of the best games ever made. I use my Switch everyday. I commute by train so this has been perfect for me. There has never been a handheld this good. Breath of the Wild is breathtaking. The transition to and from docked mode is seamless. The battery life is also pretty decent. My biggest complaint is that the wifi signal is a bit weak. Also it lacks cloud storage and Party chat, which is pretty ridiculous in this day and age. But overall, it is a great device. Nintendo’s back!

  8. Hami S.

    I didn’t think I would like this console as much as I do. I have to admit, I only bought it on a whim because it was rare to find one in stock, and Amazon just so happened to have them. Now I’m all about the Switch. Let’s talk about the hardware, since that’s what this review will go under. I think it’s a reasonable price. It’s really well thought out. The controllers are very unique. I bought an extra 2-pack, so I can do 4-player Tetris and Mario Kart. I wish the price of the controllers and accessories was less. Overall, it feels great, and it’s a joy seeing amazing graphics in a portable system.

  9. S. K.

    So I got this for my birthday (yes this is the kid writing this) and I can tell you it’s a blast. I’ve got 5 games on it so far and everything is amazing. There are so many ways to use this masterpiece. Unlike Nintendo’s previous consoles, the Switch functions as a home console AND a portable console. You can connect it to the TV or play in handheld mode, just like the Wii U gamepad. There aren’t that many featured games but if you go on the eShop there are hundreds of smaller games available. There are re-occurring novelty titles like Mario Kart 8 (which is now Mario Kart 8 Deluxe) and even sequels (such as Splatoon 2. Super fun as well) on this console. It’s easy to use, and the joy-con gives you many, MANY ways to play on this console. There used to be issues with the left joy-con and overheating, but I’m glad to have bought the Switch now. If you’re reading this, now’s the perfect time to get your Switch. Whether it’s your childs birthday or a Christmas present, this is a must have, fast selling console. But I’m not done just yet. The Joy-Cons come in different colors and do a quick search on amazon to find thousands of accessories for the switch. Grips, screen protectors, cases, even extra Joy-Cons, this console has it all. If you lose something, you can buy the official product again from Nintendo (The dock and the Joy-Cons are very expensive, so be careful and keep them safe). To play on the TV, you simply slide the tablet (console) into the space inbetween the walls of the dock and it will immediately show on the big screen. If you have to go out somewhere (even to the bathroom!) just take it out of the dock and it will resume from where you are in-game on the small screen. I hope this review was helpful, and maybe even altered your decision. The last thing I have to say is, this was Nintendo’s best selling console of all time. Think about that for a second and tell yourself; I’m gonna find out why it sells so much. Now, what are you waiting for? Click the add to cart button, go to the checkout, place your order, and remind yourself that greatness awaits. See you on the Flipside! (Yes, Paper Mario reference to all you fans.)(P.S I personally recommend getting Splatoon 2 and Super Mario Odyssey, they’re amazing ga- wait, what are you doing? Stop getting sidetracked and click add to cart ;3!)

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