Wii U's worldwide sales was not very impressive.  After four years in the market, it only sold 13 million units.  Now Nintendo is back a new video game console.  Nintendo Switch will be launched on March 3, and it will be less than $300.

According to Time, Nintendo president Tatsumi Kimishima revealed that Switch will be launched earlier than expected, and it will be for $299.99.  The new console is a game system that you can dock with a TV, you can remove it to go mobile, and you can attach it to game controllers called Joy-Cons and play anywhere you go.

The Joy-Cons have the standard gamepad features and just like the Wii Remote, they also have gyroscopes and accelerometers. They afford motion controls with higher definition force feedback, and they also directly facilitate the Switch's portability to be a local gaming hub. The two sections of the Joy-Con are attached to the Joy-Con Grip - a plastic shell that slide on along a rail.

For those who would prefer a more traditional option, $70 Nintendo Switch Pro controller can be bought as an extra. Gamers noted that this is more comfortable and easier to use than the Joy-Cons, which could feel cramped.

The console itself sports a 6.2 inches in display and has a 1280x720 resolution. It is a capable hybrid system with a display that packs an improved capacitive touchscreen. The viewing angles of the Nintendo Switch are also way better than the Wii U gamepad.

What you will get out of the box are: the Nintendo Switch Console, a left and right Joy-Con, Joy-Con wrist straps, the Joy-Con grip, the Nintendo Switch Dock, an HDMI cable and an AC adapter.  Also, two models will be available when this is launched - one with gray Joy-Cons controllers or the one with neon blue and one neon red controller.

Nintendo Switch is not meant to replace Nintendo 3DS handheld video game system, USA Today said. Nintendo of America President Reggie Fils-Aime said that the 3DS business is incredibly vibrant and it's going to stay that way with a continuing flow of software.