Super Mario Odyssey Nintendo Switch Bundle Revealed

Posted September 14, 2017

Beyond games it's awesome to think about what Nintendo could showcase during this direct. Pikmin, Super Mario Maker for 3DS, Poochy and Yoshi's Woolly World, and more. With Nintendo Switch, gamers can play their game on-the-go, or inside the comfort of their own homes.

GameStop has sold out of a series of $399.99 Nintendo Switch bundles that had a shipping date of September 22.

For Switch, there are a few safe bets.

It's also doing well in physical and digital game sales too, with over 8.14m titles like Splatoon 2 and The Legend Zelda: Breath of the Wild flying off the shop shelves.

Square Enix, SEGA, Capcom, and Rockstar Games all have titles coming out before the end of the year, and the Nintendo eShop will be updated with new games over the next couple of months including Battle Chef Brigade, Super Meat Boy Forever, and more.

A big part of Nintendo's celebrated return was due to the release of Nintendo Switch.

The publisher announced during the Direct event that both games would be coming to the portable console.

There's also third-party to consider. With the many, many Mario Party iterations over the years, there have been plenty out there to compile mini games from.

DOOM (which saw release on Xbox One, PS4 and PC last year) is locked and loaded for "holiday season 2017", which essentially means it'll be out this Christmas. Try demo today and look out for the full release in 2018. A release date of December 1st 2017 was also announced! Yes! While we love the Switch hardware, it's tough waiting for Nintendo's services to catch up to that promise.

He further cites the obvious superiority of the Switch over Nintendo's previous-generation console. On top of that, Nintendo America President Reggie Fils-Aime has warned again in September that the company might not be able to make enough Nintendo Switch consoles.

Any pie-in-the-sky announcements you want to see?

Of course, we had to get a new console bundle with this bad boy. A Collectors Edition, containing an art book and CD soundtrack selection, and a special edition Pro Controller were also announced.

What do you think? I know I'm keen for those classic Nintendo arcade titles, but how about you?