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Nintendo Switch

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A Nintendo Switch in portable mode, the hand is removing one of the two Joy-Con. The screen features The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild.

The Nintendo Switch (Japanese: ニンテンドースイッチ Nintendo Switch) is Nintendo's hybrid home-and-handheld video game console. It was known by the code name "NX" earlier in development.

It is a portable console with a screen and comes with two detachable controllers. It can also be set into a dock and connected to a TV for use at one's home. Its two included controllers, called "Joy-Con", can be used in a few different ways. The Joy-Con can be attached to the sides of the console to play similarly to the Wii U's tablet, or each Joy-Con can be given to a player to play multiplayer games on the tablet screen. The Joy-Con also connect to a controller attachment for when playing on a TV.

Currently, Fire Emblem: Three Houses, the spin-off games Fire Emblem Warriors and Tokyo Mirage Sessions ♯FE Encore, and an English version of Fire Emblem: Shadow Dragon & the Blade of Light are the Fire Emblem series related titles released on the Nintendo Switch. Through purchasing a subscription to the Nintendo Switch Online service, a player has access to select games from certain older consoles, replacing the Virtual Console service; thus far, three Fire Emblem games have been released on this service.

Fire Emblem series games available for Nintendo Switch

Nintendo Switch Online

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Consoles of the Fire Emblem series
Home consoles Family ComputerSuper FamicomNintendo GameCubeWiiWii UNintendo Switch
Handheld consoles Game Boy AdvanceNintendo DSNintendo 3DSNintendo Switch