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Michael Pachter returns to speak: "Nintendo should create a service like Apple Arcade"

Michael Pachter, a well-known analyst, said that Nintendo should make an Apple Arcade-style subscription to brush up on all of its titles.

Nintendo will produce more Switches

According to a new report, Nintendo is looking to increase Switch production by 10%. The consoles' stocks have been running low for some time, but the pandemic has caused an increase ...

Several Nintendo users are reporting unauthorized access

Many Nintendo users reported a series of unauthorized access to their accounts over the weekend. Doubts about the security of personal data entrusted to Nintendo are beginning to spread on social media. The twitter user ...

Ninjala, the open beta of the title is coming soon

the guys from GungHo Online Entertainment have decided to organize an open beta phase dedicated to Ninjala, a new multiplayer-based title arriving exclusively on Nintendo Switch in the course of next month. The phase...

Jump Force arrives on Nintendo Switch in Deluxe version

Bandai Namco has announced that Jump Force: Deluxe Edition will arrive on Nintendo Switch later this year.

Pokemon Sword and Shield: whoever disconnects on purpose risks the permaban

During the week, Nintendo and Game Freaks announced that players guilty of fraudulent disconnect to hack their rankings will risk being permanently banned from Pokemon Sword and Shield. Intervention was necessary given ...

Nintendo has increased Switch production by 20% to accommodate high demand

Following the high demand for Nintendo Switch in this quarantine period, Nintendo had to increase console production.

Cooking Mama: Cookstar would exploit user consoles for crypto mining

Some unconfirmed rumors seem to indicate Cooking Mama: Cookstar as a software exploited for crypto mining on Nintendo Switch.

Will Nintendo Switch see PlayStation 5 and Xbox Series X games? According to Virtuos yes

The hardware difference between PlayStation 4 and Xbox One with Nintendo Switch is obvious, so much so that we rarely see cross-platform games even on the latter console. The gap will widen even further with the exit ...
shinsekai into the depths review

Shinsekai Into the Depths - Review

Capcom has certainly been able to show great courage with Shinsekai Into the Depths. The famous underwater levels, especially for those with a gamer background born around the 90s, represent evil for many ...

void tRrLM (); // Void Terrarium coming to Switch and PS4

Another round, another title signed by NIS America. This time it's up to void tRrLM (); // Void Terrarium for which the European launch date of the Nintendo Switch and Sony PlayStation 4 versions has just been announced ....

Animal Crossing: New Horizons, the horror game you don't expect from Nintendo

Fans recreated some of the most famous horror movie and story scenes in Animal Crossing: New Horizons, with truly noteworthy results.

One Piece: Pirate Warriors 4 - Review

One Piece: Pirate Warriors 4 lands on Nintendo Switch in a musou that carries the limits of the genre, but perfect for fans of the opera.

Temtem vs Pokémon: challenge between the two brands

Temtem has come over the past few months like a bolt from the blue. Developed by the small Spanish software house Crema, and published by the Humble Bundle, the game has managed to enter the market ...

Catherine: Full Body is also coming to Nintendo Switch

Recently announced during Nintendo Direct, the acclaimed cult Catherine: Full Body will be released on Nintendo Switch on July 7th. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kRJeWoqm3t0 Catherine: Full Body is a gripping action-adventure puzzle that features a mature story about ...

Resident Evil 3: Remake also on Nintendo Switch?

Some strings of code discovered in the Resident Evil 3 Remake PC demo have references to Nintendo Switch and its eShop.

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 disclosed ...

Kena: Bridge of Spirits will offer the free upgrade from PS4 to PS5

Kena: Bridge of Spirits will enjoy the free upgrade from the PS4 to the PS5 version, as confirmed by the authors themselves. Shown again during the last State of ...
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Cyberpunk 2077 - Review

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