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Woah. With Nintendo's New 'Switch,' You'll Have a Home Console Wherever You Go. The video game company just gave us our first look at its new machine.

By Stephen J. Bronner Edited by Dan Bova

Nintendo

Rumors have been circulating for months that Nintendo's new video games console, codenamed NX, would be some kind of mix of a portable and home system. Well, it's official now: the company today unveiled "Switch," which yes, plugs into your TV, but also comes with you wherever you go.

In this more than three-minute trailer, you'll see several of Nintendo's big franchises, such as The Legend of Zelda and Super Mario Bros. There also several third-party games, such as The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim and NBA2K17.

Related: Apple Unveils iPhone 7, and Nintendo's Mario Makes the Jump to Smartphones

I'll stop now, because you should really watch this new thing in action. It's coming out in March. This Nintendo fan can't wait.

Stephen J. Bronner

Entrepreneur Staff

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Stephen J. Bronner is contributors editor at Entrepreneur.com. He occasionally writes about food and fitness.

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