Expand your Switch eShop experience by dabbling in other regions' titles

The Nintendo Switch is now officially for sale in certain parts of the world and while the launch titles for the console aren't as robust as we had hoped, there is a way to expand that library.

The folks over at Nintendo Life have a detailed tutorial on how to access game libraries from different countries through the Switch's eShop. In short, by creating a Nintendo Account that is assigned to a different country, you'll be able to browse and purchase games from that region. This will open up a world of titles, some of which may never be released outside of that locale. While this may sound enticing, let's not forget the obvious; some titles will be in the countries native language and that could pose a barrier if playing something more complex like an RPG.

The Nintendo Switch will be available starting March 3 and will be priced at $299.99 in the US. If you're still on the fence about purchasing one, you can always try one out by attending the Nintendo Switch Tour if it makes its way to your city.

Source: Nintendo Life | Image via Nintendo Japan (YouTube)

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