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Nintendo Switch Online, 6 games coming soon

The retrogaming service associated with the Nintendo Switch Online subscription was a bit lacking in the last few months, not to say almost flat. Fortunately, with the new update it seems things should change as ...
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Nintendo Switch Online, NES and SNES games will no longer run monthly

During the last Nintendo Direct, subscribers to the Nintendo Switch Online service finally got access to SNES games on Nintendo Switch, even if there is a problem. Nintendo has indeed announced that it has interrupted the ...

Attempted bank robbery with the NES Zapper

Ah, but it's not Lercio. This time the news of the day comes from the town of Hermosillo, Mexico, where a man has attempted a bank robbery using the Nes Zapper gun! In accordance to...

Is Nintendo Switch Online the new Virtual Console? Reggie Fils-Aime gives some clues

The Virtual Console, starting from Wii, has allowed millions of players to be able to put their hands (virtually, in fact) on many NECA, SNES and N64 softeca classics, which continued on Nintendo Wii ...

NES Emulator for Gamecube hidden for 20 years

20 years: it took so long to discover that a fully functional NES emulator was hidden inside the Gamecube Animal Crossing. If you're one of the lucky owners of the Nintendo Cube, you've probably played ...

The new frontiers of drug transport

Rightly some of you will think: what does it have to do with talking about video games with drug transport? Read the following anecdote. A retrogamer collector, Julian Turner, returning from a visit to a flea market where he could ...

A new game for NES to celebrate Finland

One hundred years ago Finland managed to gain independence from Russia. To celebrate the event, a small team of developers has created a new game for the Nintendo Entertainment System. Perkele! Suomi 100 Vuotta, to be ...

Editor for a Day - Let's Talk about Emulators and Consoles

Being the first installment of a column that we hope you will like, let's start with a small presentation. Given the amount of requests, we decided to create this small space dedicated to you readers to allow you ...

Daybreak Games Introduces Three New Franchise Studios - Dimensional Ink Games, ...

Newly Branded Development Teams Reflect "Franchise First" Model to Strengthen Autonomy of Studios with Signature Games and Genres from MMORPG to FPS and Superhero ...

Plarium Releases Acclaimed Collection RPG 'RAID: Shadow Legends' on PC

Seamless Cross-platform Compatibility with Mobile Version TEL AVIV, Israel - (BUSINESS WIRE) - Plarium, a developer of mobile, social, and web-based games with more than 290 million users ...

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