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Nintendo Switch updates, with some news

On 19 / 10 / 2017, the update to the 4.0 version of Nintendo Switch, Nintendo's flagship, was published. The most significant changes concern: The possibility of recording the last 30 seconds of gameplay via the ...

Splatoon 2: This Saturday the World Premiere of Splatfest

This Saturday 15 July, from 18: 00 to 22: 00 will host the first Splatfest for Splatoon 2 worldwide, the highly anticipated game coming as exclusive Nintendo Switch the next 21 July. To play you won't have to ...

Nintendo Switch - Online and Voice Chat

Nintendo. Switch. We have noticed joy and sorrows since the launch. Even today we have the usual bitter pill and the candy, the question however is that it is a taste that will surely be totally ...
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Splatoon 2: The Global Testfire on the Nintendo Switch

Today, 24 March, marks the beginning of the first Global Testfire for Splatoon 2 on Nintendo Switch. The sequel to the third successful Wii U shooter will see the light in the world ...
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Announced Splatoon 2! Content, Fraws?

That's right! During the Nintendo Switch presentation event held this morning in Tokyo, Nintendo surprised the players with the announcement of Splatoon 2, followed by the shooter released on Wii U in the 2014. Yes it is therefore decided to ...

Splatoon reaches one million copies sold in Europe

Today 10 March 2016 - Nintendo has just announced that the original Wii U shooter has reached the million units sold in Europe, bringing its world sales volume to over 3,5 ...

Alien: Isolation unveiled the release date on Nintendo Switch

Feral Interactive announced today that Alien: Isolation, triple A survival horror, will be available on Nintendo Switch from 5 December 2019 ....

Cris Tales, a first look at the title

The independent label Modus Games with the developers Dreams Uncorporated and SYCK have today revealed some details about the thrilling world of Cris Tales, the wonderful RPG ...

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