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Nintendo Switch: Price, Release Date, 11 Gameplay Trailers Including 'Mario' & 'Zelda'

The gaming company revealed a lot about its Wii U successor, including gameplay from 'Super Mario Odyssey' and 'The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild.'

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Nintendo just gave a huge presentation for the Switch, its newest console. The first three pieces of critical info: March 3 release date, $300 cost, $60 per game. It's available for pre-order at multiple mainstream locations, although many are either running out of stock or having technical issues or second thoughts.

The Nintendo Switch is the first Nintendo console since 2012's Wii U, itself an upgrade on 2006's standard Wii. It's been almost 32 years since the company hit the home console market with the Nintendo Entertainment System in 1986. (#FBF: our NY Comic Con celebration of the console's 30th bday!)

Click through to watch trailers for TK early Nintendo Switch titles, including Super Mario Odyssey (for some reason takes our plumber hero to NYC), The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild, Mario Kart 8 Deluxe, Sonic Mania, Puyo Puyo Tetris and a boxing game called ARMS. Below, see the full Jan. 13 presentation; things really get going at the 33-minute mark:

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'1-2 Switch' (March 3, 2017)

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'ARMS' (Spring 2017)

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'Mario Kart 8 Deluxe' (April 28, 2017)

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'Fire Emblem Warriors' (Q4 2017)

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'Super Bomberman R' (March 2017)

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'Puyo Puyo Tetris' (TBA)

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'Sonic Mania' (Spring 2017)

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'Xenoblade Chronicles 2' (TBD)

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'Super Mario Odyssey' (Q4 2017)

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'Splatoon 2' (Summer 2017)

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'The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild' (March 3)

Tour E3's crazy Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild area with Fuse:

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Currently on his 'The Man of the Woods' tourJustin Timberlake brought out a special guest for his Cleveland show. LeBron James surprised concertgoers by showing up alongside Timberlake and taking a shot on stage. On Friday, the singer was also seen cheering on LeBron during the Pelicans and Cavaliers game. James gave a shout out on Instagram, "My brother @justintimberlake showed up and showed out last night at the Q! One of the greatest to ever do it in my lifetime and still going strong."

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