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Nintendo Switch Launch

Nintendo Switch is almost ready to launch in a huge new market

August 2nd, 2019

The Switch may have sold like hot cakes in international markets since March 2017, but it has yet to reach stores in China. Nintendo has been working with authorities to bring the Switch to stores in the massive Chinese market though, and local tech giant Tencent is going to play a significant role in that …

How to Install Android on Nintendo Switch

You’ll soon be able to run Android on your Nintendo Switch

July 28th, 2019

If you’ve been dying to install Android on your Nintendo Switch to turn it into an even more versatile gadget, then your wish is about to come true. We’ve seen all the teasers showing us that Android can operate on the console, and the team behind the mod is apparently ready for an “official” release. …

Nintendo Switch 2019

How to tell the new Nintendo Switch console apart from the old one

July 18th, 2019

Nintendo a few days ago unveiled its second Switch console, the Switch Lite that’s all about handheld gameplay, featuring no support whatsoever for TVs. Soon after that, the company quietly confirmed that a hardware refresh of the regular Switch will be released in the coming weeks. The first and only new feature of the 2019 …

Nintendo Switch Hardware Upgrade

Nintendo will quietly upgrade the Switch, but don’t call it a Switch Pro

July 11th, 2019

Nintendo on Wednesday unveiled the brand new Switch Lite console, a device meant to deliver only handheld gaming experiences for a lower price. The Switch Lite should pack the same performance as the original console, Nintendo revealed, but what the company didn’t say is that it’s planning to quietly upgrade the regular Switch as well. …

Nintendo Switch XL release date

Nintendo confirms that the Switch XL will not be coming out in 2019

July 10th, 2019

The rumors were true. Nintendo is indeed launching the Nintendo Switch Lite this September for $199, removing the device’s signature ability to “switch” between a portable system and a home console. It’ll make Nintendo a great deal of money, and there’s undoubtedly an audience for a more portable version of the console, but the existence …