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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 ...
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Super Monkey Ball ready to come back? It really seems so

The Korean rating agency has listed a new game of Super Monkey Ball for Nintendo Switch, PlayStation 4 and PC, which should indicate future release.

Nintendo is not late with online and VR, Miyamoto is convinced

During an interview Shigeru Miyamoto stated that Nintendo is not late on online and VR, but that they have always worked behind the scenes.
Tetris 99

Tetris 99, the second DLC pack will include offline multiplayer

The Japanese Nintendo site has confirmed that the second DLC pack for Tetris 99 is coming. It will be published later this year and will finally include offline multiplayer. Unfortunately it wasn't ...

Luigi's Mansion 3 - Tried

It was the distant 2001 when Nintendo, from the prestigious stage of the E3 in Los Angeles, was preparing to present its new jewel: GameCube. In that conference a young Shigeru Miyamoto unexpectedly announced what later, ...

Nintendo Switch Mini, still clues to its existence

A leaked image shows that the well-known company BigBen, which creates console accessories, plans to trade a Nintendo Switch Mini case.

Nintendo against censorship: "limits the diversity and honesty of video games"

During a meeting dedicated to shareholders, Nintendo highlighted its fight against video game censorship, as this would limit freedom.

Luigi's Mansion 3, the date will be announced only after the works are finished

Nintendo has explained why the release date of Luigi's Mansion 3 has not yet been announced, stating that it will wait for the end of development.

John Wick Hex - New trailer and release date

John Wick Hex of Bithell Games is really around the corner, since 8 October will be released exclusively on the Epic Games Store, both for PC and Mac. John ...

Unity Technologies Acquires deltaDNA, Games LiveOps Provider

Addition of deltaDNA's real-time engagement tools opens LiveOps opportunities to Unity development community, enables comprehensive player lifecycle management SAN FRANCISCO - (BUSINESS WIRE) - Unity Technologies (https://unity.com), creator ...
Borderlands 3

Borderlands 3 - Review

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Devil's Hunt

Devil's Hunt - Review

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