Thursday, June 01, 2017

5 Things to Know About Buying a Nintendo Switch for Your Kids

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Thinking of buying a Nintendo Switch for your family? Here are 5 things you need to know before buying one.

We are big into video games at our house.

Almost to the point that we look like a museum for old video game consoles.

I loved playing them as a kid and still enjoy spending time playing them as an adult. Same with my husband. So naturally, my kids are into them as well.

So when Nintendo announced its newest video game console, we quickly preordered it. We wanted to enjoy it as soon as possible with our kids and we certainly have.

There's a reason why my blog was so quiet from March to May. I just had to finish the Legend of Zelda game for the Switch.

How do you know if the Switch is right for your family? Well, I'm sharing 5 things to know before buying a Nintendo Switch for your kids besides the obvious: it is awesome.

5 things to know before buying a Nintendo Switch for your kids from And Next Comes L

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Things to Know Before Buying a Nintendo Switch for Your Kids

If you're never heard of Nintendo's newest gaming console, then here's what it looks like:


Nintendo Switch


It's available in gray and a blue/red combo. We personally went with the gray to keep it classic.

But basically a Nintendo Switch is a video game console for home AND for on the go. You can slide the controllers off and on and take the console with you or place it in its docking station to enjoy on your home television. You can literally switch your style of play by sliding the controllers. Hence, the name Nintendo Switch.

Maybe your kids have already heard about the Nintendo Switch and have been begging you to get one. Well, I'm sharing 5 tips to know before buying a Nintendo Switch over on CBC Parents.

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