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Nintendo Switch is designed to fit your life, transforming from home console to portable system in a snap. So you get more time to play the games you love, however you like.
Vinh PhamMy neglect of my Wii U was borderline criminal, but I've atoned for my error by spending a ton of time with my Switch. I think it's far from being a perfect gaming console, but it does the things it's trying to do really well by offering powerful enough gaming in a home system that you can take on the go. I'm excited about the upcoming games coming out this … See more
Vinh PhamI've always liked having a portable gaming device with me since being gifted a Gameboy when I was a kid growing up in the 90s. I love the versatility of being able to play my Switch on my tv and take it on the go when I need to.
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TechCrunchNintendo's Switch has now outsold its N64 console on lifetime sales, but prospects for the portable gaming system look mixed for the next year following a conservative sales forecast. Nintendo just announced its end of year financials, and in doing so it revealed that it sold 16.95 million Sw...
The VergeIt's been almost a year since Nintendo launched its Switch Online service, and today the company announced the next big addition: access to SNES games, which will join the existing catalog of NES games already included with the service starting on September 5th.
The VergeThe Nintendo Switch can now run Android, turning the handheld into an Android tablet with access to Netflix, YouTube, Spotify, Twitch, a wide array of Android apps, and loads of classic game emulators, of course. Specifically, it's an unofficial port of LineageOS 15.1 based on Nvidia's own build for the Nvidia Shield TV set-top-box.
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ForbesNintendo sold 4 million SNES Classic Edition units since that system was released in late 2017. That's a pretty staggering figure when you think about it, especially since the company was also selling Nintendo Switch units hand over fist. Over 13 million Switch units have been sold-through to consumers since the system's launch in early 2017.
mirrorAsk anyone born between 1975 and 1990 about gaming and chances are they've got fond memories of Super Mario Kart or Street Fighter II on Nintendo's original SNES console. Originally launched in Japan in 1990 and here in the UK in '92, it went toe-to-toe with the Sega Mega Drive for living room domination.