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  • Hyrule Warriors: Age of Calamity gameplay showcased at TGS 2020

    Hyrule Warriors: Age of Calamity gameplay showcased at TGS 2020

    A few weeks ago, Nintendo announced that a prequel for Breath of the Wild (BotW) would be launching on 20 November 2020. More details for Hyrule Warriors: Age of Calamity were unveiled at Tokyo Game Show (TGS) 2020 yesterday, where a new trailer and some gameplay for the Musou-style game were showcased.

  • Nintendo announces Hyrule Warriors: Age of Calamity, expected release on 20 November

    Nintendo announces Hyrule Warriors: Age of Calamity, expected release on 20 November

    Have you been itching for a sequel to Breath of the Wild (BotW)? Nintendo may not have that ready yet, but the company did surprise many with the sudden announcement of Hyrule Warriors: Age of Calamity. This will be a hack and slash similar to the first Hyrule Warriors launched on the WiiU back in 2014.

  • Nintendo celebrates 35th Super Mario Bros anniversary with new Switch games

    Nintendo celebrates 35th Super Mario Bros anniversary with new Switch games

    Some games have been around for years and Super Mario Bros ranks as one of the oldest. The series has hit its 35th anniversary and Nintendo is celebrating with a new Mario title and ports of some older ones to the Nintendo Switch. Let's take a look at what Nintendo has in store for us below.

  • New Monster Hunter game could be launched for Nintendo Switch soon

    New Monster Hunter game could be launched for Nintendo Switch soon

    Have you ever wished for a new Monster Hunter game on the Nintendo Switch? Well, your wish could be granted soon. A Capcom insider has claimed that the company could reveal a Monster Hunter game for the Nintendo Switch soon.

  • New leak source suggests a Nintendo Switch Pro version is releasing in early 2021

    New leak source suggests a Nintendo Switch Pro version is releasing in early 2021

    It's been four years since the Nintendo Switch was released, and it was only last year that we got to see the Switch Lite. With that said, the Switch Pro version has always been in the talks but nowhere to be seen. That could change though, according to a news report from Taiwan.

  • Nintendo may be working on a Switch successor after all

    Nintendo may be working on a Switch successor after all

    Back when Nintendo denied the possibility of a new Switch console in 2020, many fans were left disappointed. But it's interesting to note that Nintendo specifically said there won't be one this year, not that there won't be one at all. Now, a new rumour suggests that Nintendo is in fact in the early stages of development for what could be a Switch Pro.

  • Nintendo unveils a free new workout game called "Jump Rope Challenge"

    Nintendo unveils a free new workout game called "Jump Rope Challenge"

    Nintendo recently tweeted on their Twitter account, unveiling a new game called Jump Rope Challenge for free exclusively on the Nintendo Switch. Unfortunately, the game is no supported on the Switch Lite due to the fact that the Lite variant does not have detachable Joy-Co controllers.

  • Here's how to get the cheapest prices on the Nintendo eShop!

    Here's how to get the cheapest prices on the Nintendo eShop!

    When purchasing a game for the Nintendo Switch, you have a choice of either purchasing a physical copy or a digital copy of a game. If you’re familiar with purchasing a digital copy of a game on platforms such as Steam and Origins, you’ll know that the pricing of the game may vary depending on the country you’re in.

    Thanks to the fact that there is no region lock on Nintendo Switch games, there’s a trick you could do to always get the lowest possible price on games bought from the Nintendo eShop. Let’s take a closer look at how to get the lowest price possible.

  • Nintendo could be facing another shortage of Switch consoles soon

    Nintendo could be facing another shortage of Switch consoles soon

    It's looking like 2020 isn't a good year to pick up a Nintendo Switch, not if you already bought one before prices started spiking. Major supply issues and increase in demand saw prices of the console soar recently and even though Nintendo supposedly raised the production of parts by 20%, it's still not enough. A new report claims that a new round of shorage is very likely to happen.

  • The next-gen Nintendo Switch might feature a processor made by Samsung and AMD

    The next-gen Nintendo Switch might feature a processor made by Samsung and AMD

    Although Nintendo Switch has been launched almost three years ago, the console is still a popular choice for gaming while everyone is staying home now. Not to mention with the launch of Animal Crossing: New Horizons, Nintendo Switch has reached the peak of selling out the consoles across regions, making the company raise production by 20 percent to counter the shortage. While Nintendo is busy with the production of the Nintendo Switch, there is still rumour coming up for the next generation console saying it will use a processor by Samsung and AMD.