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Metro Redux

Metro Redux - Portuguese retailer reveals the possible arrival of the game on Nintendo Switch

Metro Redux, the edition that contains both the first two games of the saga, or Metro: 2033 and Metro: Last Light, seems to have landed on Nintendo Switch. Apparently a Portuguese retailer accidentally revealed ...

Mario Kart Tour, made 90 million downloads in the first week

Mario Kart Tour is the latest mobile game based on some of Nintendo's most iconic franchises. The racing game, after the first week on digital stores, has already reached 90 million downloads ...

Mario & Sonic at the Olympic Games in Tokyo 2020 - Preview

The writer is not the type of person able to get up at 05: 00 in the morning and walk for miles on a dawning street lit by nightlights. Who writes to you ...
Joy With Drift

Joy-con Drift, the class action against Nintendo expands

Apparently even the US owners of Nintendo Switch Lite will be able to join the class action brought against Nintendo (American division) by Chimicles, Schwartz Kriner & Donaldson-Smith, if they suffered from ...

Dead Cells - Sales take off thanks to Switch

Anyone who has got their hands on Dead Cells knows that the title enjoys undoubted qualities. The Motion Twin roguelite metroidvania is a frantic title with an addictive formula that has no ...

Nintendo is celebrating its 130 years

23 September 1889, is the day when Fusajiro Yamauchi founded what would become Nintendo, one of the largest video game companies in the world. With huge franchises like Mario, The Legend of ...

The Legend of Zelda: Link's Awakening - Preview

When I decided to play The Legend of Zelda: Link's Awakening on Nintendo Switch, some voices began to resonate in my head. They said something like "It's too hard for you!" And another ...

Nintendo Switch Lite already on sale in America?

Although the release of Nintendo Switch Lite is scheduled for the 20 September, it seems that in America some retailers have broken the day one of the new model by putting it on sale already. To spread the word ...

Age of Empires 4, a gameplay video

During the X019 it was finally possible to see a gameplay video of Age of Empires 4, one of the most anticipated titles of the next ...

Razer Kraken Ultimate Delivers the Winning Edge for Competitive Gamers

Be the last one standing with Razer's latest gaming headset - with THX® Spatial Audio, custom-tuned 50mm drivers, and a pro-grade active noise ...

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