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  • Hands-on with Nintendo Switch: Zelda alone will be enough to sell millions of these things - Financial Post

    Hands-on with Nintendo Switch: Zelda alone will be enough to sell millions of these things - Financial Post;

    Nintendo is giving the Canadian public a sneak peek at Nintendo Switch on Sunday, January 29th at the Metro Toronto Convention Centre. Journalists were invited to see the Japanese game giant's new console in advance of the public event, so I packed up ...and more »

  • Nintendo Earnings Preview: What to Watch - Wall Street Journal

    Nintendo Earnings Preview: What to Watch - Wall Street Journal;

    Nintendo Co. is scheduled to brief the press on its third-quarter earnings after the Tokyo market closes on Tuesday, followed by a corporate strategy meeting on Wednesday. Here's what to look for. EARNINGS FORECAST: Analysts expect Nintendo to report a ...and more »

  • Zelda-Like Game Oceanhorn Confirmed For Nintendo Switch - GameSpot

    After a tease last year, it has now been confirmed that the Zelda-like RPG Oceanhorn is headed to Nintendo Switch. In its announcement about the game crossing 1 million sales last year, publisher FDG Entertainment said Oceanhorn was coming to a ...and more »

  • Mario Kart 8 Deluxe Hands-on Preview (Nintendo Switch) - Press Start

    Mario Kart 8 Deluxe Hands-on Preview (Nintendo Switch) - Press Start;

    I guess, for the most part, Mario Kart 8 Deluxe is the same game that released on the Wii U. The biggest takeaway from playing this as the Switch event was the fact we were able to play split-screen on the Nintendo Switch in tabletop mode and boy does ...and more »

  • Nintendo Switch specs revealed but CPU details remain a mystery - The INQUIRER

    Nintendo Switch specs revealed but CPU details remain a mystery - The INQUIRER;

    NINTENDO HAS REVEALED full specifications for its soon-to-be-released Switch console but has stopped short of detailing the console's CPU set up. In a new page its UK website, Nintendo has confirmed that the Switch will measure in at 102mm x 239mm x ...and more »

  • Don't buy Nintendo's overpriced Switch SD cards – buy these instead - BGR

    Don't buy Nintendo's overpriced Switch SD cards – buy these instead - BGR;

    Over the weekend, Nintendo Everything discovered via an Amazon listing that Nintendo was partnering with popular accessory maker HORI to bring officially branded SD cards to the Nintendo Switch. Unsurprisingly, these cards are overpriced, so regardless ...and more »

  • New Nintendo Switch Branded SD Cards Cost More Than Normal Ones [Update] - Forbes

    New Nintendo Switch Branded SD Cards Cost More Than Normal Ones [Update] - Forbes;

    Correction: While Amazon.jp has the price listed for these cards as one figure, it appears that third parties have marked up the price to levels above what the manufacturer intended. The HORI site has the 32 GB card listed as ¥ 3,758, which is still ...and more »

  • Get Up to 20 Percent Off Nintendo Switch Games, Including Mario - Tom's Guide

    Get Up to 20 Percent Off Nintendo Switch Games, Including Mario - Tom's Guide;

    The Nintendo Switch has finally arrived, but what good is a new console without some great games. For a limited time, Amazon Prime Members can save up to 20 percent off Nintendo Switch video game preorders. The sale includes popular launch titles like ...and more »

  • Official Nintendo Switch microSD cards are much more expensive than normal versions - ExtremeTech

    Official Nintendo Switch microSD cards are much more expensive than normal versions - ExtremeTech;

    When Nintendo announced the Switch, the company made it clear that the device wouldn't require specific, proprietary SD cards. That's in contrast to companies like Sony, which have previously required that their handheld devices use proprietary SD ...and more »

  • Nintendo Switch SD Cards Will Be More Expensive Than Normal Ones: Will Gamers Be Forced To Buy Them? - Tech Times

    Nintendo Switch SD Cards Will Be More Expensive Than Normal Ones: Will Gamers Be Forced To Buy Them? - Tech Times;

    Nintendo has teamed up with HORI for official Nintendo Switch-branded SD cards. The prices, however, are more than double compared to regular SD cards, which would add more expenses to the console if gamers will be forced to buy them. ( Nintendo ...and more »