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New Hyrule Warriors Announced by Nintendo: Age of Calamity

Nintendo has surprised everyone again by announcing another new game this week. Hyrule Warriors: Age of Calamity launches November 20th, 2020. Last week, Nintendo announced Super Mario 3D All-Stars, a remastered collection of classic 3D Mario games. Until that point, we thought only Pikman 3 Deluxe was left to be released in 2020. According to […]

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Is Pikmin 3 Deluxe All That is Left From Nintendo in 2020?

Nintendo has no games scheduled (at least no big games) scheduled for the Fall. Only a Remaster of Wii U’s Pikmin 3 is scheduled for an October 30th release, which makes us wonder: Is Nintendo back to its usual “Quality over Quantity” tricks? It has been an incredible year in terms of sales for the […]

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Current Generation Console Sales Could Predict Results of the Next Race

We are in the final months before the release of new Sony and Microsoft machines, and even Nintendo is rumored to be launching a new Switch next year. So, it is likely  that the latest sales numbers (and estimates) are probably close to what the final tally for this generation will be for at least […]

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Bloomberg Reports: New More Powerful Switch Coming in 2021

Nintendo news have been scarce over the Summer. While Microsoft and Sony prepare for the Holidays, and their respective next generation console launches, Nintendo has remained awfully quiet. The Nintendo Switch, both in its original hybrid form, and in the portable only Lite model, has been a massive success for Nintendo. The company couldn’t have […]

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A Skyward Sword Switch Remaster Apparently Exists

Wii’s Skyward Sword is the only pre Breath of the  Wild 3-D Zelda that has yet to be remade or remastered. Nintendo’s lack of urgency in porting Wind Waker HD, and Twilight Princess HD into the Nintendo Switch has had many a Zelda fan a bit bummed at the company, as the titles should be […]

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Nintendo Switch Continues To Sell Out (Shortages Everywhere)

  High consumer demand for Nintendo’s handheld hybrid, has made the Nintendo Switch a near impossible find on Online stores, and physical retail chains.  The COVID-19 spread has compromised Nintendo’s ability to manufacture and ship the units to retailers worldwide. The Switch remains the highest selling console – on a monthly basis – despite the […]

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Nintendo President Apologizes for Joy-Con Drift Issue, Faces Lawsuit

The Nintendo Switch Has Been A Massive Success Since its Launch Back in March of 2017, Nintendo’s Switch has become a monster sales hit.  With about 58 million units sold, the system currently holds a 10-million-unit lead over the Xbox One which was released in 2013. Even if Nintendo does not catch Sony’s PS4 sales […]

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Nintendo Shares Soar As a New Wave of COVID-19 Cases and Pokemon Loom on the Horizon

Every major player in the Video Gaming industry has seen a tremendous financial growth spurt (driven by sales) during the COVID-19 Pandemic. Lockdown has prompted people to stay indoors, and to flock to their video gaming consoles. The biggest winner has been by far Nintendo, with their Hybrid Portable Switch Console. Microsoft saw a 130-percent increase in […]

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Nintendo Switch 10.0.2 Patch is Live

A new Nintendo Switch update which fixes a controller issue – but not THE controller issue we have all been waiting for to be fixed – is available for download. While no solution for the widespread Joy Con ‘drift’ issue has been announced (Other than mailing your set in for repairs). Nintendo has fixed a […]

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Bastion (NS) Review

I had always been reluctant to buying independent games. Even with most of them being at affordable prices on the various digital stores. It was difficult for me to choose an ‘indie’ game over an older triple A game on sale for a similar price. My perception changed a bit with the advent of the […]