So we know by the end of 2017, the Nintendo Switch will have two new entries for its biggest franchises. Zelda: Breath of the Wild and Super Mario Odyssey.

Question is, which one are you more excited for?


First it was the presentation, then it was the hands-on. After three hours of previewing the Nintendo Switch in Melbourne for a press event, here's what surprised, disappointed, raised questions and put a smile on my face about the Nintendo Switch.


We've had a few days now with (most) of the answers we wanted: the release date, the price, and what games are coming out.

Now it's time for your review: what do you think of the Nintendo Switch?


While she's worn more than one outfit over the years, Princess Zelda's pink dress is her most well-known sartorial choice. In the new trailer for Breath of the Wild from Friday's Nintendo Switch presentation, we got a closer look at Zelda's outfit in the game, as well as the Amiibo accompanying the game. She's in a blue top and pants, and while it's pretty huge departure from previous games, it looks awesome.


Miiverse, Nintendo's special social network that debuted on the Wii U, will not becoming back for the Switch, VentureBeat reports. I'm heartbroken. Miiverse was genuinely my favourite thing about the Wii U, and I was really hoping Nintendo might revamp it for the Switch.


The Nintendo Switch is slightly smaller but significantly heavier than the Wii U gamepad. The Switch's JoyCons are tinier than a Game Boy Micro. And the whole system can fit in your back pocket... sort of.


A new Zelda at launch is nice, but I'm much more excited about the idea of going online with my Nintendo Switch and blowing the hell out of seven other players on a grid-based playfield. It's so good to see you again, Bomberman.