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Cuphead also coming to Nintendo Switch

During Nindies Direct, a show dedicated to the indie world coming to Nintendo Switch, the arrival of Cuphead was also announced.

Will Nintendo launch its own gaming smartphone?

According to some sources, Nintendo has made contact with some manufacturers to enter the world of gaming smartphones.

Even Nintendo arrives in the world of VR, but in its own way

The Toycon # 4 VR Kit was announced this morning and the April 12 will arrive. The set consists of a pair of glasses that hold Nintendo Switch and allow you to watch it ...

Nintendo disapproves of microtransactions

Although Nintendo has recently entered the mobile market, some of its choices seem to want to make people talk, but in a positive way. The newspaper The Wall Street Journal, in fact, would have reported a particular request that the Kyoto industry ...
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Nintendo Switch exceeds the historic Wii sales record in the first two years of ...

Nintendo Switch is surely the hardware that was needed by the Kyoto company to recover after the "flop" of Wii U. The hybrid console launched on the market just over two years ago is selling units ...

Tetris 99, with the event of the weekend it is possible to win some credit for the eShop

When Tetris 99 was announced during a Nintendo Direct it was also said that there would be events coming. Today we have the details of the first event coming, which will reward ...
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Nintendo employees are happy to work for the company

In a recent update of the Nintendo recruitment page and translated by Niko Partners analyst Daniel Ahmad, some were shared about Nintendo's Japanese section employees. This is not ...

Bowser in charge: Reggie Fils-Aime leaves the position of president of Nintendo of America

Reggie Fils-Aime, after 15 long years of service at Nintendo, left the Kyoto company. The announcement, made through the company's official Twitter account, reveals that Reggie will officially abandon his post by the Japanese company the next 15 April ...

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