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Ori And The Blind Forest will also arrive on Nintendo Switch

Nintendo and Microsoft have recently announced that Ori And The Blind Forest: Definitive Edition will also arrive on Nintendo Switch the 27 September 2019. In addition to the release date, a new ...

Epic Games promises transparency in the loot box

Epic Games joins the ranks of companies that want to regulate loot boxes to make them less unpredictable. Epic has also joined Sony, Microsoft and Nintendo to gain transparency in the prize funds.

Nintendo Switch - Third-party Dock could damage the console

Although Nintendo Switch Lite was designed for a purely portable mode, the real strength of Nintendo Switch is its versatility. Insert the docks on the screen and play with them wherever it represents ...

Nintendo declines in 45% earnings

It's time to take stock and Nintendo has published its financial reports. The Japanese company reported a decrease in earnings per share of 45%, moving from June 254,73 to 2018 ...

Chris Niosi fired from Nintendo

After the famous case of Pierre Taki, actor who lends voice and face to Kyohei Homura in Judgment, also Fire Emblem Three Houses has his cat to fry, since the voice actor of ...

The Doom trilogy on Nintendo Switch

For a very short time today, the first 3 chapters of Doom appeared on the Nintendo UK site for a Nintendo Switch release. The three games were available with ...
Dr. Mario World

Dr. Mario World exceeds five million downloads

The Sensor Tower website provided a first look at Dr. Mario World downloads, the latest Nintendo title published on Android and iOS devices. In its first week, the game has exceeded five ...
Pokémon Sword and Shielded Pokémon

Sword and Shield Pokémon - Gamefreak is not recycling models from the titles for 3DS

Gamefreak has recently faced criticism from fans due to the fact that the new titles in the series will not support every single Pokémon species. However, rumors about the "recycling" of models from ...

Dragon Quest - The original trilogy arrives on Nintendo Switch to ...

Square Enix has announced that the Switch versions of the first three titles in the Dragon Quest series will be available in western territory on the Nintendo Switch eShop on September 27. The three...

Death Stranding - Sequels may be necessary, according to Kojima

The release of Death Stranding on PS4 is scheduled for November 8. Meanwhile, Hideo Kojima said something about some of the themes of the game and ...

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