We are still largely in the dark about the Nintendo eShop on Nintendo Switch, let alone the Virtual Console service.
As the destination where console owners can purchase digital versions of games and downloadable content, many are surprised that Nintendo has remained tight-lipped.
We know that games such as The Binding of Isaac: Afterbirth+, Human Resource Machine, Little Inferno, World of Goo, and I Am Setsuna will be available at launch, meaning that the Nintendo eShop will have content for players to buy digitally.
These are priced comparatively higher to their boxed counterparts, but, for those that prefer to build a digital library, provide another route to purchase:
Nintendo Switch will launch worldwide on Friday 3rd March, priced at £279.99 ($299.99).