It’s a familiar scene in Nintendo’s new video game console, but for some people it could be a bit different.
There are a few key differences: The Switch is still a $300 console that’s more expensive than previous Nintendo consoles like the Wii U, PS4, Xbox One, and PC.
It also has no physical controllers, so players can’t use the touchpad or motion sensors on their hands to navigate the system.
That’s a major difference for some.
The Switch’s controller is just as important to playing games, and it has a different feel than a Wii U controller.
You can’t just flick a Joy-Con stick or touchpad up and down, and that’s the best way to play games, said Mark Rosewater, the chief technology officer at SuperBot, a game analytics company.
It’s the same for other gamers who want to play their favorite Nintendo games.
Some games will work better with a Switch than a Nintendo Wii U game, Rosewater said, and they can even switch between the two.
And you can play with both the Joy-Cons and the touchpads at once, if you want.
But you’ll need to pay extra for the controllers.
A Nintendo Switch game will retail for $80, compared with the $70 you’d pay for the Wii, PS3, Xbox 360, and other traditional consoles.
And if you buy the JoyCon controllers separately, you’ll have to pay a $15 service fee.
For some, it’s a no-brainer.
They don’t want to have to spend extra money to get a Nintendo Switch, and the Switch is also less expensive than a traditional console.
But for some, this could be the difference between buying the console or not.
Some gamers are waiting for a new console that is even cheaper, said Ryan Schulman, a 27-year-old video game analyst from Atlanta.
Nintendo has already said that it plans to release its next console, which is called NX, this holiday.
If the company can deliver a new, lower-priced console at a later date, that could give it a head start on competitors.
But for some gamers, there are more pressing issues.
Some are worried about the health of Nintendo’s existing franchises.
Nintendo’s most successful games, including Super Mario Odyssey, Animal Crossing: New Leaf, and New Super Mario Bros., have sold well on the Switch.
Some have even begun to sell on other platforms.
Some people are already considering the possibility of buying the Switch in bulk.
But there’s also a risk that Nintendo’s console lineup could get too crowded.
Nintendo recently announced that a new Mario game will launch with Super Mario Maker, an expansion that lets players create their own games using existing Nintendo franchises.
Some fans are already speculating that a game like the upcoming Nintendo Switch sequel could be sold on Switch first.
That may be true, but there’s one other problem: The new Super Mario game won’t be a full-fledged remake of the original game, which sold about 1.8 million units in its first week on sale.
That could create a big problem for Nintendo if it sells so many of its existing franchises too quickly.
Nintendo has already faced some criticism for its Wii U console, and many gamers are now clamoring for the next console.
In May, a Nintendo representative told Gamasutra that Nintendo wants to bring its console lineup to a “much higher level” than its previous systems.