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Sony’s DualSense Controller Works With The Nintendo Switch
Typically, gaming controllers for consoles work for the consoles they were designed for. However, funnily enough, it appears that Sony’s DualSense controller designed for the PS5 works with the Nintendo Switch if you’re willing to spend a bit of money to buy a third-party accessory.

Hitman 3 Announced For Nintendo Switch
The Nintendo Switch’s hardware isn’t quite as powerful compared to the likes of the PS5 Pro or the Xbox One X, and as such, games do not necessarily run at the same settings compared to other consoles, and also as a result, not all games are necessarily compatible as well. This is where cloud gaming comes in handy.

Nintendo Switch Pro Could Use a Mini LED Display
Due to the fact that the current Nintendo Switch can be played on your big screen TV, we suppose not many people paid too much attention or cared too much about the display quality on the console itself. While it might not necessarily be the best display we’ve seen, it’s more than adequate for most gamers.

Nintendo Will Soon Start Selling Individual Joy-Cons For $40
If you wanted to buy a new Joy-Con to replace your current Joy-Con on your Nintendo Switch, you’d typically need to buy them in a pair, which is pretty expensive at $80, especially if you only need one. However, the good news is that according to a tweet by the company, it seems that they will soon start to sell Joy-Cons individually.

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Don’t Hold Your Breath For More Microsoft Titles On The Nintendo Switch
Console makers love exclusives as it draws players to their platform in terms of both software and hardware, but from time to time we do see some collaborations. Take for example Nintendo’s Super Smash Bros. Ultimate, where we saw Microsoft’s Banjo & Kazooie make an appearance, and later characters from Minecraft as well.

Steve And Alex From Minecraft Are Coming To Super Smash Bros. Ultimate
If you were hoping to see more Microsoft franchises find their way into Nintendo’s Super Smash Bros. Ultimate, then you’ll be pleased to learn that Nintendo has announced that both Steve and Alex from Minecraft will be making their debut in the game as a DLC that will be available on the 13th of October.

Nintendo Recommends You Charge Your Switch At Least Once Every Six Months
If you haven’t been playing your Nintendo Switch for a while, there is a chance you might have packed it away somewhere. However, it seems that according to a tweet by Nintendo Japan, the company is actually recommending that gamers charge their Switch consoles at least once every six months.

Gamer Credits Nintendo’s Ring Fit For Helping Him Get Incredibly Shredded
Fitness-related games aren’t exactly new, but it seems that if you wanted to lose weight or get toned, perhaps you might want to consider the Nintendo Ring Fit game. According to Japanese Twitter user kzm, he posted a photo of his insanely toned body onto the social media platform in which he credits the game for helping him achieve his body.

It Looks Like The Nintendo 3DS Has Been Discontinued
When the Nintendo Switch was first launched, many wondered about the fate of the 3DS handheld console from the company. After all, the Switch offered similar portability features, but could play more modern games. However, at that time the company stated that they would continue making 3DS consoles.

Nintendo Is Apparently Asking Developers To Make Their Switch Games 4K Ready
While the Nintendo Switch is a great console, it does have its hardware limitations compared to the PS4 and Xbox One, let alone the PS5 and the Xbox Series X. One of those limitations is its resolution, where when docked, the console will only manage to put out 1080p resolution, which pales in comparison when compared with the 4K gaming that other consoles have to offer.

Nintendo Unveils Limited Edition Fortnite Switch Console
If you’ve yet to hop on the Nintendo Switch bandwagon, perhaps this latest edition of the console might pique your interest. Nintendo has recently unveiled a new limited edition Switch console that has been themed around Epic’s Fortnite Battle Royale with a new design on the dock and also new Joy-Con colors.

Hyrule Warriors: Age of Calamity Announced For The Switch
By now, there’s a good chance that many of you would have finished playing through The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild. While you’re eagerly anticipating the sequel and would love more Zelda content, you’ll be pleased to learn that Nintendo has recently announced a new Zelda title.

Mario Kart Live: Home Circuit Turns Your Living Room Into A Race Course
Ever wondered what it might be like to race Mario Kart in real-life? While we don’t think it’s a good idea to actually drive a car around and fling stuff at people, Nintendo might have the solution in the next best thing – Mario Kart Live: Home Circuit.

Nintendo Originally Had Plans For A Portable Version Of The GameCube
Nintendo makes both home and portable consoles like the Wii and DS, but it was with the Nintendo Switch did the company finally combine both portable and home consoles into one, where gamers could choose to play their Switch on the go, or play it docked to their TV in the comfort of their own home.

New Upgraded Nintendo Switch Expected To Arrive In Q1 2021
The Nintendo Switch has not seen any changes to its hardware ever since it was launched a few years ago. Nintendo did introduce a new model with the Switch Lite, but otherwise there haven’t been any other upgrades. However, if the latest rumors are to be believed, we could be getting a new model next year.

The Legend Of Zelda: Skyward Sword Leaked For Nintendo Switch
As far as Zelda games on the Nintendo Switch are concerned, there are several titles that we know of. There is The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild, the Breath of the Wild sequel, and The Legend of Zelda: Link’s Awakening. However, it seems that we might soon be able to add one more title to that list.

This Stardew Valley Box Set Is Too Cute To Ignore
Despite launching years ago, Stardew Valley is still one of the more popular indie games today. The game’s 8-bit graphics and wholesome gameplay has resonated well with many gamers. The game has since been released on multiple platforms like the PC, Mac, mobile, and the Nintendo Switch.

LEGO Teases A NES Console
One of the reasons why LEGO is beloved by so many is that you can build just about anything you want with it, with your imagination being the limits. In fact, if you’re looking for a new LEGO set to build, the company has posted a teaser video on to Twitter in which they are hinting that their next set will be a replica of Nintendo’s NES console.

Nintendo’s President Apologizes For Joy-Con Drift Issues
While the Nintendo Switch has been very well received, it does not mean that it did not come with its fair share of problems. In fact, later in its life, gamers were starting to discover issues with their Joy-Con controllers in the form of drifting. This is where despite the gamer not touching or moving the controls, the game would register it as a movement.

Nintendo Could Be Looking To Scale Back On Their Mobile Development Efforts
For the longest time ever, Nintendo had refused to get on board with mobile gaming. The company later had a change of heart where they eventually started to release mobile games, some with great success. However, the company could be changing their minds yet again, at least according to a report from Bloomberg.