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  • Nintendo could launch a new Switch controller in 2022

    Nintendo could launch a new Switch controller in 2022

    If you own a Nintendo Switch, you probably know how sub-par the Joy-Cons are. The buttons don't feel solid enough, are tiny, and the drifting problem on the analogue sticks is annoying. But while it might not be an upgraded Joy-Con, Nintendo could be working on a new controller.

  • The chip shortage is affecting production of Nintendo Switch consoles

    The chip shortage is affecting production of Nintendo Switch consoles

    There has been a lot of talks about shortages of semiconductor chips lately. The shortage has resulted in more industries facing production issues, with Nintendo the next to be affected. In fact, the company's president confirmed that at a recent conference.

  • Rumour suggests that Apple is working on a hybrid portable console

    Rumour suggests that Apple is working on a hybrid portable console

    The Apple TV 4K may not have been all that successful in pushing for wider usage of Apple Arcade, but Apple may have an idea to fix that. Recently, an interesting bit of rumour has appeared online. It claims that Apple is working on a portable console.

  • Qualcomm developing Switch-like console with Android 12

    Qualcomm developing Switch-like console with Android 12

    Nintendo has been dominating the handheld gaming console market with the Nintendo Switch in the last few years. Its position hasn't been threatened so far, but that could change in the future. In fact, sources claim that Qualcomm has something in the works.

  • MSI monitors will support 1440p on PS5 with Console Mode

    MSI monitors will support 1440p on PS5 with Console Mode

    Sony's next-gen PlayStation 5 (PS5) console went up on pre-orders yesterday (and quickly sold out, yikes!), so many of us look forward to 4K gaming now. But if your main display is a 1440p monitor, you'll end up having to game in 1080p. Fortunately, MSI has a solution for its monitors.

  • 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.

  • Sony confirms that PS4 peripherals and accessories will work on PS5

    Sony confirms that PS4 peripherals and accessories will work on PS5

    With the Sony PlayStation 5 (PS5) launching this year, many have wonder if we can reuse our PS4 controllers or accessories on the PS5. Well, Sony has answered some of these questions way ahead of the launch so we can start planning. The good news is - most of your PS4 peripherals and accessories will work on the PS5.

  • New leak suggests that Xbox Lockhart could be real after all

    New leak suggests that Xbox Lockhart could be real after all

    Rumours of a smaller next-gen console from Microsoft has been around for some time. Allegedly, the console bearing the codename 'Lockhart' was said to be a less powerful variant of the Xbox Series X that lacks the Blu-ray drive. Earlier today, a new hint of the console's existence was leaked online.

  • Sony PS5 exclusives not likely to be available for PS4

    Sony PS5 exclusives not likely to be available for PS4

    While Sony has more or less confirmed that a good number of PS4 titles can be played on a PS5. Unfortunately, the reverse won't be possible. The company has hinted that it has PS5 titles won't be playable on the PS4.

  • Nintendo may release a new Switch console with dual-screens in the future

    Nintendo may release a new Switch console with dual-screens in the future

    Earlier this year, rumours of a new model of the Nintendo Switch surfaced. This rumoured Pro variant of the console was supposed to support 4K resolution, but Nintendo was quick to deny this a few days later. However, there's a new rumour that suggests a new Switch is still possible, just not the 4K Pro model from the previous rumour.