A Farewell to Wii U, the Game System for Nobody - WIRED

Sure, with The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild there's one more high-profile game coming to Wii U. But Nintendo is also releasing the new Zelda for its upcoming new console, Nintendo Switch. And it's not even promising that the game will be there ...and more »

Nintendo Switch uses Nvidia Tegra X1 SoC, clock speeds outed - Ars Technica

The Nintendo Switch—the hybrid portable games console/tablet due for release in March 2017—will be powered by Nvidia's older Tegra X1 SoC and not its upcoming Tegra X2 "Parker" SoC as initially rumoured. The use of Tegra X1, which also powers the ...and more »

Nintendo Switch Reportedly Runs Significantly Slower When Not in Its Dock - IGN Africa

Leaked specs of the Nintendo Switch point to some sacrifices in power when the console is taken out of its dock. A report from Eurogamer, sourcing from and adding to news from a VentureBeat report, shows the graphical processing unit on the Switch ...and more »

Report says the Nintendo Switch runs slower than we thought, but it's not all bad news - GamesRadar

The Nintendo Switch won't have another major public showing until January 12, but if a new report from Digital Foundry is correct, we already know some big details. Key among them: the Switch will run faster while docked vs undocked, and overall the ...and more »

The 17 Most Anticipated Games of 2017 - Entertainment Weekly (blog)

From the return of familiar faces like Link and Sonic to the arrival of new alien races and robo-dinosaurs, 2017 will be jam-packed with big-budget sequels and smaller original experiences. Here are 17 of the hottest games we can't wait to get our ...and more »

Nintendo Switch reportedly cuts GPU clock speed significantly when undocked - SlashGear

We're learning more about the capabilities of the Nintendo Switch today, though folks who are hoping that it'll be able to challenge the Xbox One or PS4 may not be pleased to hear it. A new report from Digital Foundry is shedding some light on the ...and more »

The Nintendo Switch could be twice as powerful while docked - Engadget

Just how powerful is Nintendo's next game console? We won't know for sure until January, but if the latest report from Eurogamer pans out, the answer could be kind of complicated. According to specifications provided to developers, the Nintendo Switch ...and more »

Nintendo Switch patent shows off a VR-style headset - VentureBeat

Above: Nintendo Switch should be able to handle the base code for games that originated on other platforms. Image Credit: Nintendo. Nintendo continues to play with our emotions. The company has yet to outright state if its upcoming console, Switch ...and more »

Virtual reality could be Nintendo Switch's secret weapon - Wareable

Nintendo may be giving its new Switch console a virtual reality feature - and this information comes straight from the horse's mouth. Nintendo President Tatsumi Kimishima has revealed that Nintendo is looking at ways of using the Switch for VR, but it ...and more »

Is Nintendo Switch just an Nvidia Shield in disguise? - Pocket-lint.com

Specifications for the Nintendo Switch have leaked ahead of its March 2017 release date and, if true, the console is effectively an Nvidia Shield with a few more bells and whistles. Eurogamer reports that spec details given to developers by Nintendo ...and more »