I have two questions i will like to discuss here, i'll try to keep it short so please read. Nintendo intentionally decided to use cartridges for the switch system instead of Disc, I dunno how much storage they contain but i would assume is lower than the disc of the wii u games which is known to be over 20GB. With that said, do you think the games will be cheaper than Disc based ones, or least maybe as much as 3DS games which is always intially $40 on release? Xenoblade chronicles 2 is announced for the switch within the year. Looking back at bayonetta 2 on wii u, the game sold with the first game from Xbox360 and ps3 with "Nintendo" enhancements. (If you played the game or seen trailers, you know what i mean.) If the price of games remain at $60 and not drop like mentioned in question one, you think maybe something similar where a slight enhanced port of the first xenoblade chronicles game will come wiith it? That is all the questions i have for now bout the switch, and yes this is MY FIRST thread i created for nintendo switch. Just so you know i don't mean is the first ever thread. To be honest, if the games are cheaper i would find it perhaps good thing, but the fact the carts may not hold as much data as disc is anotehr concern of mine, then again, games didn't even use more than 50%- 75% of the full capacity anyway and still don't. But having cheaper games and maybe potential xenoblade HD port is also something i would like, not that the 3DS is bad, just it was very degraded in terms of apperence, but the second screen makes up for it.