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Rumor - Will Nintendo Switch Pro Have Exclusive Games?

Despite Doug Bowser's claims, the elusive Nintendo Switch Pro continues to be on everyone's lips. After some rumors released by Bloomberg, in particular on the hardware of this new share, a ...
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[Rumor] Nintendo Switch Pro, larger OLED screen released in 2021

Nintendo Switch Pro continues to be talked about. This time there is talk of a larger OLED screen and release set at the end of 2021. According to a report by Bloomberg, the updated model of the ...
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[Rumor] Nintendo Switch Pro, between 4K and new dock

The rumors around Nintendo Switch Pro are more and more incessant and, those of today, are really interesting. According to the dataminer SciresM, the mid-gen Nintendo will provide, as repeatedly hypothesized, support for 4K resolution, ...
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Doug Bowser talks about Nintendo Switch Pro, Zelda and limited time releases

Doug Bowser was recently interviewed by the Polygon site. Within this long chat, the successor of the legendary Reggie Fils-Aime and current President of Nintendo of America gave his opinion on ...
Nintendo Switch Pro mini-Led

Rumor - will Nintendo Switch Pro have a mini-LED screen?

Inexorable and unstoppable, rumors are back on Nintendo Switch Pro, the elusive, improved and more powerful revision of Nintendo's hybrid console. After Capcom's doubts about its existence, new rumors arrive from China ...
Nintendo Switch Pro mini-Led

Nintendo Switch Pro, Capcom does not know if it exists or not

The existence of Nintendo Switch Pro for now has not been confirmed or denied. Meanwhile, Capcom knows nothing about it. The Japanese company has confirmed that Monster Hunter Rise is designed to run on Nintendo ...

Resident Evil Showcase - The recap of the event

The Resident Evil Showcase adequately celebrated the 25th anniversary of the franchise, giving fans a series of exciting new trailers featuring Resident ...

F1 2021, Codemasters shows first trailer and release date

F1 2021 has been officially announced by Codemasters and EA, who have released a very first trailer for the game and set the release date for ...

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