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  • Nintendo Switch: Release date, price and features - The Independent

    Nintendo Switch: Release date, price and features - The Independent;

    Nintendo has unveiled the Switch, the company's first games console since the disappointing Wii U. As its name suggests, the Nintendo Switch prides itself on versatility, with the surprisingly small handheld/console hybrid capable of being hooked up to ...and more »

  • Nintendo has sold 1.5 million NES Classic consoles - CNET

    Nintendo has sold 1.5 million NES Classic consoles - CNET;

    Despite supply shortages, Nintendo's retro console is selling well. The company announced this week that it has sold 1.5 million NES Classic Edition consoles. The NES Classic Edition comes with 30 classic Nintendo games preinstalled. This includes ...and more »

  • Nintendo Switch's online service could cost as little as £14 a year - Wired.co.uk

    Nintendo Switch's online service could cost as little as £14 a year - Wired.co.uk;

    There is a little over a month before Nintendo Switch goes on sale, but the Japanese gaming giant still has some secrets surrounding its next-generation console. The best Nintendo Switch games ...and more »

  • Nintendo Switch vs Wii U: How The Game Consoles Are Different - Tech Times

    Nintendo Switch vs Wii U: How The Game Consoles Are Different - Tech Times;

    With the upcoming launch of Nintendo Switch, comparisons are now being made between the unit and its predecessor, the Wii U. How are they different and how has Nintendo changed its strategy to win over gamers? ( Nintendo ). Advertisement.and more »

  • Why the haters are wrong about Nintendo Switch – Reader's Feature - Metro

    Why the haters are wrong about Nintendo Switch – Reader's Feature - Metro;

    An American reader attempts to defend the Switch from its critics, and rebuff claims about its pricing and lack of games. I've seen many complaints about the Switch since it's January presentation and I feel like these complaints are unjustified ...and more »

  • Nintendo Switch vs. Wii U GamePad: 20 comparison photos with Wii U, 3DS, iPhone and more - Mic

    Nintendo Switch vs. Wii U GamePad: 20 comparison photos with Wii U, 3DS, iPhone and more - Mic;

    The Nintendo Switch's release is just about a month away, and interest is steadily building as that March 3 release date approaches. If you're wondering how the Switch stacks up next to the Wii U and other devices, you're in luck: We took a ton of ...and more »

  • NES Classic Sells 1.5 Million Units; Nintendo Apologizes For And Explains Shortages - GameSpot

    NES Classic Sells 1.5 Million Units; Nintendo Apologizes For And Explains Shortages - GameSpot;

    Nintendo announced this week that, despite widespread shortages, the NES Classic Edition console has reached 1.5 million sales across the globe. This was confirmed by Nintendo president Tatsumi Kimishima, who shared the figure and further insight ...and more »

  • Nintendo has sold 1.5 million NES Classics, and that's good for both gaming's past and its future - TechCrunch

    Nintendo has sold 1.5 million NES Classics, and that's good for both gaming's past and its future - TechCrunch;

    Nintendo is selling a heck of a lot of NES Classics, its tiny retro Nintendo Entertainment System gadget with built-in games. The company revealed that it has sold more than 1.5 million to date, a figure that probably could've been a lot higher — the ...and more »

  • Nintendo has sold over 1.5 million NES Classics - Digital Journal

    Nintendo has sold over 1.5 million NES Classics - Digital Journal;

    Nintendo has now sold over 1.5 million NES Classic consoles, the company's miniaturised version of its retro home gaming system. The Classic remains sold out at retailers worldwide owing to huge demand. Nintendo is now ramping up production.and more »

  • RIP Wii U: Nintendo ceases production of console as final game is scrapped - The INQUIRER

    RIP Wii U: Nintendo ceases production of console as final game is scrapped - The INQUIRER;

    JAPANESE GAMES FIRM Nintendo has officially ceased production of the Wii U, which ends its life as the firm's worst-selling games console to date. We knew this was coming, and a note on Nintendo's Japanese website has now confirmed that production of ...and more »