Why Nintendo Knows How to Stay Relevant

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Nintendo recently made sure everyone knew that they are nowhere near out of the game yet. With their fairly new release of the Nintendo Switch, they have remained in the limelight.

The Switch allows you to “play the games you want, wherever you are, however you like”. The design of it lets the user play it on a TV or on the portable screen. The controllers, known as Joy-cons, can be combined into one controller or can be used as two separate controllers. With the ability to buy multiple Joy-cons, the possibilities are numerous.

Since the Switch is still new, not many games have been made available for the platform, but as more and more game producers are realizing the capabilities of the Switch, they will realize how popular it will become; they will then proceed to make their own games for this innovative gaming platform.

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Kian is a 16 year old day student in the graduating class of 2020 from Sudbury MA. He enjoys playing tennis, squash, and golf, and he also enthralls himself in the French language and culture. He is a peer tutor and a tour guide at SM. He loves a good debate, and he always makes sure his ideas are heard. He is always accepting of all ideas and opinions, big or small. He currently thrives in STEM and he plans to go into medicine and eventually specialize in dentistry. He hopes to take his dad's company farther than anyone thought possible.

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