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With a week to go, Nintendo has announced some new details about the Switch console and its online component. Unfortunately, the Switch will launch without Virtual Console support.
After an unofficial unboxing hit the internet last week, Nintendo has now released its own proper unboxing of the upcoming Switch console. The Switch will arrive on March 3 for $299.99.
With a little over a week to go before the launch of the Nintendo Switch, new images of the console's game card have been posted online, showing that they are smaller than a standard SD card.
Nintendo is gearing up for its March 3 launch of the Switch, and it seems the company is requiring another account type to be used with it, called Nintendo Account User ID, which you can claim now.
Some of Nintendo's upcoming gaming titles for the Switch will force users to rely on microSD storage expansion cards from the get go. That's because the console only has 32GB of internal storage.
Although the launch of the Switch is a couple weeks away, we are finally getting an unofficial unboxing and user interface overview thanks to a lucky person that has obtained a unit early.
Our latest giveaway is going to be a lot of fun for one lucky reader, who will win Nintendo's retro-fabulous NES Classic Edition console, an extra controller, and a stylish Controller Messenger Bag.
While it hasn't been widely available for the past month, the Switch Pro Controller is now available for pre-order from Best Buy and GameStop. The controller retails for $69.99.
Nintendo has announced plans to offer an Expansion Pass for its upcoming title, The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild. The expansion will cost $19.99 and be available for the Switch and Wii U.
If you've been itching for some new Splatoon and are bummed it won't arrive until summer, Nintendo is holding a Splatoon 2 event in March that will give players access to an early demo of the title.
With a little less than a month to go, Nintendo has released a new video that details all the modes of the Switch console and its Joy-Con controllers. The Switch will be released on March 3.
With a little under a month to go before the launch of the Nintendo Switch, someone has lined up at the Nintendo Store in NY and will daily vlog the month-long wait. The Switch releases March 3.
After nearly three months of being on the market, the NES Classic Edition has sold 1.5 million units globally. The console is still scarce to this day and cannot be found easily at retail stores.
From Qualcomm's quagmire and Nokia's next chapter, to BT BS, Creators insights, 2G takedown, Valerie goes to China, and a 'bad day' at T-Mobile, it's our handy walkthrough of the week's top tech news.
The 'Capture' button on the Switch won't let you stream video of your gameplay to services like Twitch, or even record video clips. Instead, you'll only be able to capture, edit and share screenshots.
If you were hoping to watch some Netflix or Hulu on your Nintendo Switch - you're out of luck. Nintendo has confirmed that streaming apps will not be available on the console at its launch.
Nintendo will finally wash its hands of Wii U and move on to the Switch on March 3. But before it does, it will release one final title for the console, The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild.
It has been a few months since Nintendo debuted its mobile app, Super Mario Run on iOS. Although it was known to arrive on Android at some point, we now know it will release in March.
If you were thinking about or were going to pre-order the Nintendo Switch, chances are it's too late. As of now, authorized retailers in the US are out of stock. The Switch launches on March 3.
It appears that some are up in arms in regards to the included Joy-Con Grip that won't be capable of charging the Joy-Con controllers. But, there is a solution for those that want it.
While Miiverse and StreetPass brought a social dimension to Nintendo's Wii U and 3DS consoles, it appears that neither of these features will make the transition to the company's latest console.
Nintendo is making sure to have two million of its new consoles available in March. While it is unknown whether this will be enough, those interested will most likely want to pre-order a unit.
For years, gamers have been unable to migrate digital titles purchased on older Nintendo consoles to newer ones but, with the Switch, the company may at last offer a solution to this problem.
While it isn't translated, Nintendo of Japan has uploaded videos showing off some of the titles that will be coming to Switch. The videos have interviews, but also show more gameplay footage.
Nintendo announced new online service along with its upcoming release of the Switch. The service would give paid subscribers a free monthly title, but it looks like it won't be a permanent addition.
From privacy problems and foldable phones, to Lumias de-listed, pornographic insights, Windows Goodbye, unlimited limits, and Microsoft's Maluuba, it's our regular roundup of the week's top tech news.
Although Nintendo showed off the gameplay and teaser trailers for only a handful of games, its current library of confirmed games coming to the Switch consists of 35 titles.
Nintendo has announced that an overhauled version of the Wii U's Mario Kart 8 will be making its way to the Switch console under the title "Mario Kart 8 Deluxe", bringing new characters and courses.
Super Bomberman R will be available as a separate purchase alongside the Nintendo Switch on March 3, 2017. The game offers the same combat mechanics with an upgraded "modern" look and 3D environments.
The Inklings will be making their way to Nintendo's Switch console in the upcoming Splatoon 2, featuring new weapons, enhanced multiplayer, vivid environments, and competitive gameplay.
Nintendo has announced that Xenoblade Chronicles 2 - known more simply as Xenoblade 2 in Japan - will be making its way to its upcoming Switch console. A release date or timeframe wasn't announced.
Nintendo unveiled a boxing game for its Switch console, named "ARMS". The title appears to be inspired from the boxing mode in Wii Sports and makes use of the Joy-Con controllers.
1-2 Switch is a party game from Nintendo, and is actually a collection of mini-games that utilizes the new Switch console's Joy-Con controllers and relies heavily on the players' imagination.
Fire Emblem Warriors for the Nintendo Switch has been announced in a teaser trailer. It is being developed by the same company that made "Hyrule Warriors" for the Wii U and the 3DS back in 2014.
The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild will be making its way to the Nintendo Switch and Wii U in March. The company showed off the open-world 3D game in an intense new trailer today.
Previously announced only for the Xbox One, PlayStation 4 and PC, Sonic Mania will also be making its way to Nintendo's new Switch console in spring 2017 as a "celebration of the past and the future".
Nintendo has announced a new Mario game for its Switch console, named 'Super Mario Odyssey'. The title appears to show off an open-world sandbox-styled environment for the plumber to explore.
After months of anticipation, Nintendo has revealed full details of its new Switch console, which has 32GB storage, a 6.2" 720p display, TV dock, up to 6.5 hours of battery life, and USB-C charging.
The day has finally arrived - Nintendo will reveal more details about its upcoming Switch console. If you aren't in attendance, fear not, as the event will be live streamed to various platforms.
Those in the New York area that want to try and secure a Nintendo Switch, you might want to head to the Nintendo Store. The Nintendo Store will start offering pre-orders on January 13 at 9 am.
Tomorrow, Nintendo will unveil more details about its upcoming console, Switch. But it looks like accessory makers are also debuting products, inadvertently giving us details about the console.
We don't have many days left until Nintendo reveals more details about its next console, Switch. But a new leak of the consoles accessories gives us hints as to what might be coming on launch day.
Nvidia's chief executive said that the new Switch console "is going to be very Nintendo" and "really delightful", adding that "people are going to be blown away, quite frankly" when they use it.
The NES Classic Edition has now been exploited to let users modify the library and add their own games - even homebrew. The process is a bit complicated but video tutorials have now been published.
With 2017 well underway, gamers will be looking forward to lots of games slated for release in the next twelve months. We'd like to know, which games are you looking forward to the most this year?
If you've been clamoring for some old school titles to add to your Virtual Console collection, you'll be happy to know that Mario Kart 64 and Castlevania: Dracula X are now available.
The world's favorite plumber has taken a step closer to his Android debut, as Super Mario Run has now appeared on the Google Play Store, following its launch on iOS earlier this month.
If you were hoping to be able to swap the battery on the Nintendo Switch, get ready for some potentially bad news. If an FCC filing is accurate, the Switch will not offer a user-replaceable battery.
It's hard to believe, but The Legend of Zelda made its debut 30 years ago. In celebration, Nintendo is offering a glimpse at the design process of the game with original level design documents.