In March this year, Nintendo announced the Switch, a new console powered by a powerful new chip from Nintendo, which can be used to run games like the highly anticipated Pokemon Go and the upcoming Super Mario Odyssey.
The Switch will be available at launch on August 29 for $299.99, $279.99 and $349.99.
It will be $400 in the US, and $480 in Canada.
As with most new consoles, the Switch will not be available in all markets.
The only region in which the Switch can be sold in stores is in the United States, where it is priced at $399.99 in the States.
The console will be launched in India on August 23.
In an interview with The Times, Nintendo president Satoru Iwata explained that the Switch’s colors were chosen based on the “biggest and best” Nintendo Switch colors available, which include yellow, blue, green and red.
The new Switch colors were created to fit with the “modern, colorful look” of the Switch itself.
The Nintendo Switch will also have a new “smart” touchpad, Iwata said.
The Switch colors are meant to complement the new hardware and software, said Iwata, and the company is not limiting the color palette to just the color of the hardware.
He said that the company was not interested in trying to appeal to “everyone” but only the people who “wanted the best” color.
The color of a device is important, and it’s important that the colors that people use are the ones that appeal to them the most.
As for why the Switch colors have changed, Iwamoto said the switch itself is not a very important part of the process.
“For Switch, it’s a really simple question: what colors are best for us,” he said.
“It’s not about how many colors there are on the screen.
It’s about the actual feeling of the screen.”
The hardware is the most important thing, he said, because it’s the hardware that will allow people to enjoy the game.
Iwata also pointed out that Nintendo has worked on different colors for the Switch over the years, including “the blue and red that came with the first generation,” and said the company had not “designed any color that we can’t make work.”
The Switch is also meant to reflect the new Nintendo ecosystem, which will include a wide range of devices that are powered by the Switch.
The hardware is meant to be “the next generation” of gaming devices, Iwano said, and there are plans to bring these devices “to the living room.”
Nintendo will also offer a range of games and software for the Nintendo Switch, and “we’re going to create games that people will love.”
The new hardware will be unveiled at an event called Nintendo Direct, which Iwata has described as “the most important platform announcement of the year.”
The event will take place on August 14 in New York City.