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The Nintendo Switch’s Lineup Just Got A Lot Larger

by Peter Paltridgeon February 28, 2017
Nintendo dropped an Indie Bomb on the press today with the confirmation of 64 third-party games in development for the Switch. Note the use of the word “indie” — none of them contain the words “Call” or “Duty” in their names. But there’s still some excellent stuff here, some of it exclusive. The biggest news […]
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Will Nintendo Produce The Next Pokemon Game On Switch?

by Peter Paltridgeon February 24, 2017
Given how the Switch is a console-handheld hybrid machine, it’s been the hope of a lot of people that Nintendo would start putting mainline Pokemon games onto it. There has never been a game in the main series you could play on a console (aside from using a Super Game Boy, but you know what […]

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A Summary Of Today’s Nintendo Switch News

by Peter Paltridgeon February 23, 2017
The Nintendo Switch launches in eight days, and today was the day embargos were lifted everywhere and the media was able to show off their advance units. An avalanche of new information came out today as a result, and it all confirms that Nintendo is still Nintendo. The Switch corrects some of the mistakes made […]
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Harvest Moon 64 Will Finally Be Rereleased

by Peter Paltridgeon February 20, 2017
Out of nowhere, Natsume has announced Harvest Moon 64 for the Wii U Virtual Console. This was one of the most demanded N64 games that has never been available before, and it’s coming ONE WEEK before Nintendo puts the Wii U to bed and launches their next console, the Switch. Questions abound: why now? Why […]

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Pokemon Go Is Gaining Eighty New Monsters From Gold And Silver

by Peter Paltridgeon February 15, 2017
It may have been a while since you’ve picked up Pokemon Go and wandered around the neighborhood, looking for those last few Pokemon you could never find. But it’ll be soon time to party like it’s 2016. One of the most requested features from those still playing the game is about to be added: more […]
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Breath of The Wild Will Be The First Zelda With A Season Pass

by Peter Paltridgeon February 14, 2017
When you finish The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild on Wii U or Switch, you may be left wanting more, especially if you play it on the Switch and have to wait months for something else to come out. Ordinarily that would be all you’d get, but this time, Link’s new adventure will […]

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Nintendo Could Already Be Planning An Upgraded Switch Model

by Peter Paltridgeon February 7, 2017
A recent trend of upgraded consoles has been hitting the video game market, and it’s making early adopters cautious. There are some people who have decided to hold off on buying the Nintendo Switch at launch just in case there’s some kind of “Nintendo Switch Pro” on the horizon. Until recently that theory had no […]

Nintendo’s In The Super Bowl This Year

by Peter Paltridgeon February 2, 2017
With the Wii U in its rearview window, Nintendo seems more willing to admit it screwed up. One of the reasons for the Wii U’s failure, they say (and they’re correct) was its botched marketing. The console was underpromoted and its features were not explained very well. Many consumers assumed it was another add-on for […]

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Could Tekken 7 Come To Nintendo Switch?

by Todd Blackon February 1, 2017
Tekken 7 is meant to be a big part in the story that has been going for quite some time, in fact, the producer of the game said that this will serve as the conclusion for the saga of the Mishima Clan . As Kazuya tries to take down his father Heihachi Mishima, and you […]
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Pokemon Bank Now Works With Sun And Moon

by Peter Paltridgeon January 25, 2017
Good news from the Pokemon Front: the feature players of Pokemon Sun and Moon have been asking for, compatibility with Pokemon Bank, is finally a reality. For the uninitiated, Pokemon Bank is the wondrous app that lets you store Pokemon in the cloud and even trade your monsters between games. It’s compatible with a wide […]