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The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild 2, the Spanish dubbing is over

Two Spanish voice actors have stated that their dubbing work on The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild 2 has ended.
Star Wars Racer

Star Wars Episode I: Racer, a glitch of the original version persists on Nintendo Switch

In the 90s it often happened, especially in racing games, to commit so much in finding a way to get off the track that the presence of glitches was almost a collateral fun. Developers ...

EA Play Live - Apex Legends arrives on Steam and Nintendo Switch

Apex Legends finally lands on Steam. The famous battle royale of Respawn Entertainment arrives on the digital store of Valve together with the cross-play with Origin and all the console versions, including the one just announced for ...
Deliver us the moon

Deliver Us The Moon, canceled Nintendo Switch version

That Deliver Us The Moon has had a troubled history of development is well known. Today, however, there is further bad news regarding the game: the Nintendo Switch version has been canceled. Wired Productions and KeokeN ...

2K will increasingly support Nintendo Switch

2K chief creative Sami Thessman said the company is keen to bring new games to Nintendo Switch.

Nintendo Switch Online exceeds 15 million subscribers and the president announces news ...

President Shuntaro Furukawa announced that the Nintendo Switch Online subscription service has reached 15 million subscribers.

Paper Mario: The Origami King announced unexpectedly on Nintendo Switch

Nintendo has surprisingly announced a new game from the Paper Mario series for Nintendo Switch called Paper Mario: The Origami King.
Oddworld: Munch's Oddysee review

Oddworld: Munch's Oddysee Nintendo Switch - Review

The Oddworld series represents something that today no longer finds any place in the gaming market. Over the past 20 years the sector has changed irreversibly. The increasing development costs basically have ...

Nintendo has other unannounced games to be released in the near future

Nintendo president Shuntaro Furukawa announced in the investor meeting that there will be new Switch titles in the near future.

Ninjala has been delayed because of the coronavirus

Through a post on social networks, the team behind the development of Ninjala announced the postponement of the free-to-play title due to the coronavirus.
Pokémon Sword and Shield - Nintendo Switch

Pokémon Sword and Shield outperformed titles launched on 3DS in sales

According to the financial report published by Nintendo in these hours, Pokémon Sword and Shield have achieved truly surprising results in terms of sales, surpassing every other title launched in the Nintendo 3DS generation. At the moment I'm ...

Infinite: Beyond The Mind - Review

Infinite: Beyond the Mind is a new platform / action with retro graphics also arrived on Nintendo Switch, ready to bring you in the 90s.

EA will release "different" games on Switch in 2020

Electronic Arts recently announced the dates of its EA Play Live event, which this year will be held entirely online from 11 June. In the last few hours some clues have appeared on the announcements that could be made ...
Oddworld: Munch's Oddysee

Oddworld: Munch's Oddysee will arrive on Nintendo Switch this month

Finally, the good news comes after the rumor reported on our pages about three months ago: Oddworld: Munch's Oddysee on Nintendo Switch is certain. The title that was classified at the ESRB institute last ...
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Nintendo Switch, the latest update fixes the drift for the Pro Controller

According to what can be learned on the web, the latest Nintendo Switch update solves the drift problem for Pro Controllers.
Pine Review

Pine Nintendo Switch - Review

At the turn of the late 90s and the advent of the new millennium, user consoles from around the world were literally flooded with adventure titles in three dimensions. Especially on PlayStation ...

Ghost of Tsushima, the first few votes are positive, but not excellent

Ghost of Tsushima will be available in just three days and, after the embargo has expired, here are the first votes of the specialized press. Masterpiece or good title? The last ...

Prepare to Get Schooled in Hearthstone®'s New Expansion — Enrollment in Scholomance Academy ™ ...

Pursue advanced study of the arcane in the latest expansion for Blizzard Entertainment's hit digital card game, which conjures 135 new cards brimming with ...

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