Twitch Prime Comes With A Free Year Of Nintendo Switch Online

Last year Nintendo rolled out its Nintendo Switch Online service. For those who are unfamiliar, Nintendo Switch Online is a subscription service that gamers will need in order to play their games online with each other, but now it seems that if you’re a Twitch Prime subscriber, you will be able to get a free year of Nintendo Switch Online service.


Nintendo Could Launch Two New Switch Models This Year

According to earlier rumors, Nintendo could actually be planning on launching a new Nintendo Switch console later this year. Now according to a new report from the Wall Street Journal, it seems that we might expect more than just one Nintendo Switch console this year, and that we could actually be getting two.


Microsoft Has No Plans To Launch Xbox Live SDK On The Nintendo Switch

Last week Microsoft brought its Xbox Live service to iOS and Android devices. This meant that developers who wanted to integrate Xbox Live into their iOS and Android games would be able to. There were rumors that this could be the start of something bigger and that it might even make its way onto the Nintendo Switch.


Nintendo Announces Nindies Showcase For March 20th

Nintendo has made an unexpected announcement today for a new Showcase video presentation. That’s the company’s preferred format for sharing information about titles. The company has sent out a tweet confirming that it will hold a Nindies Showcase on March 20.


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Another Zelda Game Could Be Released In 2019

Earlier this year it was announced that the Nintendo Switch would be getting a new Zelda game in the form of The Legend of Zelda: Link’s Awakening. However it seems that there could be a chance that we could be getting more than just one Zelda game this year because in a post on GameFAQs, there could be another that might be announced soon.


Nintendo Doesn’t Want Gamers To Spend Too Much On Mobile Games

You would think that companies who develop games for mobile would want to take advantage of gamers and try to squeeze as much money out of them as possible. That seems to be what many developers have successfully done over the years, making millions upon millions of dollars.


Nintendo Labo VR Kit For The Switch Announced

Last month it was reported that Nintendo could be working to bring virtual reality (VR) to the Nintendo Switch soon. The good news is that it looks like they have in a rather interesting way in the form of the Nintendo Labo VR Kit. As you can see, this is a VR headset that is reminiscent of Google Cardboard where the Switch will act as the display for the VR […]


Microsoft Reiterates Their Plan To Bring Xbox Game Pass To All Platforms

Microsoft has a very interesting strategy where they have demonstrated several times that if they can’t compete on the hardware space, they will compete in the software space. Take or example mobile, where the company’s mobile efforts have been less than successful. However Microsoft instead decided to try and bring as many software and services to competing platforms.


Developer Manages To Get Windows 10 Running On The Nintendo Switch

The Nintendo Switch, designed primarily as a gaming device, is slowly starting to become a modder’s dream. Previously we saw how some developers managed to get Android Q up and running on the console (albeit in somewhat limited form), and now it seems that someone has managed to get Windows 10 running on the console as well.


Resident Evil Switch Ports Are More Expensive

Recently it was confirmed that Capcom will be releasing more Resident Evil titles onto the Nintendo Switch platform. This includes Resident Evil HD Remaster, Resident Evil 0 and Resident Evil 4 which are expected to be made available on the 21st of May. These are obviously not new titles and are actually ports of older games.


Pokémon Sword and Shield For The Nintendo Switch Announced

Last year Nintendo released a couple of new Pokemon games for the Nintendo Switch, but for the most part they felt like a remake of older (read classic) Pokemon games, such as Pokemon Yellow. For fans who are hankering for a brand new Pokemon, Nintendo stated that such a game would be launching in 2019.


More Resident Evil Titles Will Be Coming To The Nintendo Switch This May

Last year Capcom announced that they would be porting over some classic Resident Evil titles onto the Nintendo Switch. For those wondering when the games will be made available on the console, Capcom has since confirmed that Resident Evil HD Remaster, Resident Evil 0 and Resident Evil 4 will be released on the 21st of May.


Xbox Exclusive Cuphead Could Be Coming To The Nintendo Switch

Cuphead has to be one of the more popular and challenging indie games launched in recent years. Unfortunately for the most part, it is only available on the PC and for consoles, it is an exclusive to the Xbox platform by Microsoft. It was unclear if there were plans to eventually bring the game to other platforms, but now it seems that we have some hope.


Xbox Game Pass Could Be Coming To The Nintendo Switch

Recently it was revealed that Microsoft could be considering bringing its Xbox Live service onto the Nintendo Switch. While Microsoft seems to be open to the idea of cross-platform play, bringing Xbox Live to the Switch (and other platforms) would represent a huge shift in the console landscape.