Mar 27, 2017 | Updated: 05:50 PM EDT

Nintendo Latest Updates: Leaked Video Shows Japanese Company Change Interface

Feb 17, 2017 03:18 AM EST

A guest poses for photos in the Super Mario Odyssey photo booth during a special press event in New York on Jan. 13, 2017.
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A leaked video is circulating the game world and it is about Nintendo's supposedly new interface. The video, which is now on YouTube, is showing Nintendo's Switch, its new interface that has new menus, a new process for creating a new system user, and much more.

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IGN has reported that 'hiphoptherobot' has posted to NeoGAF a video revealing Nintendo's new interface, Switch. Everything is in the video, from unboxing it, to the procedure of making an account on the system and scanning through the system's settings. It has also revealed the size of the new system. The internal storage space is only 25.9 GB.

From a previous report from Nintendo, they mentioned that the Switch will only have 32GB of internal memory. But fans need not to worry; it can support up to 2TB Micro SDXC cards. That means the video is saying that only about 7GB of internal memory is left for gamers and fans to use. There is also the process of creating names and picking icons. Switch's screen can also be customized; "Basic White" and "Basic Black" are the available options as of the moment.

According to Venture Beat, the $300 Switch is Nintendo's the followup to the Wii U. It has put together Nintendo's portable and home machines into one. However, the Switch is not supposed to be out or revealed to the public until March 3. Nintendo did not even provide its fans with the new look or how will players use it. On the other hand, navigating the Switch's menus has been shown in the leaked video.

According to the posted, an unnamed retailer has mistakenly shipped it to him earlier than planned. "It isn't like I grabbed it off the back of a truck or anything, I just happened to get lucky because unnamed store decided to ship early for whatever reason", he added.

Fans and buyers don't have to wait for Nintendo's instructions of confirmation about it. Though an official video from Nintendo wouldn't hurt anybody and it will be clearer.

 

 

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