Just like most video games, the Nintendo Switch supports both physical and digital copies of games. This means that gamers who prefer using cartridges have the option to buy it, while those who prefer digital copies can buy and download them online, so it’s not surprising that Blizzard’s Overwatch for the Switch also comes in physical form.
Earlier this year, it was teased that The Witcher 3 would be coming to the Nintendo Switch. It was later confirmed that the game would indeed be coming on the 15th of October, However, according to a post on Reddit, it seems that Walmart could have accidentally released the game earlier than they were supposed to.
The thing about racing games is that sometimes using the default controllers aren’t quite as fun or intuitive. After all, in real life we drive using steering wheels and not gamepads. If you do prefer gaming using a steering wheel, you’ll be pleased to learn that Hori has hinted that its Mario Kart racing wheel for the Switch will be arriving stateside this November.
After an early leak in which an official Overwatch Nintendo Switch carrying case was spotted on Amazon, it was later confirmed that Overwatch would indeed be coming to the Switch. This makes it the second Blizzard game to arrive for Nintendo’s latest console which is also an indication of how well the Switch is doing.
There have been many comparisons drawn up with the Nintendo Switch and the 3DS handheld console. This is because both consoles feature touchscreen controls and can be played in handheld mode. This is extra true with the Switch Lite that has been designed specifically for handheld gaming.
Despite the Nintendo Switch Lite being pretty much brand new, we have started hearing reports that some owners are already experiencing controller drift issues. In case you’re unfamiliar, this is where there are issues with the controller in which the system thinks the controller is moving even if the user is not touching it.
Earlier this year, it was reported that some Nintendo Switch owners were reporting that they were experiencing “drifting” with their Joy-Con controls. This led to a lawsuit over the problem. It was then recently revealed that there are some Nintendo Switch Lite owners who started experiencing the same issues.
When the Nintendo Switch Lite was announced in July, many seemed to react pretty positively to it. After all, it was a smaller, lighter, and more portable version of the Switch designed for gamers who wanted to game on the move. However, what if you decided that maybe you wanted to play it on your TV?
A couple of months ago, Nintendo officially announced the Nintendo Switch Lite. This is a cheaper and more portable version of the Switch, although for the most part it is still very much a Switch at its core. Unfortunately, it seems to have inherited some of the Switch’s problems as well.
Like a lot of online subscriptions these days, family plans are now becoming more popular. This is because it allows more users to use a service in a more affordable manner without having to buy individual subscriptions. If you’re a Nintendo Switch owner, you might be interested in a change the company is making.
Last week, Nintendo teased a new gaming accessory for the Nintendo Switch. The accessory in question looked like some kind of fitness-related accessory where users could squeeze it and attach Joy-Con controllers to it. Now it looks like the accessory has since been made official where it is known as the Ring Fit Adventure.
If you thought that Nintendo was done creating new hardware experiences for the Switch with their Labo kits, think again. This is thanks to a new teaser video released by the company in which new hardware experiences for the console have been hinted at. It is unclear as to what kind of accessories we are looking at, but it looks interesting.
Earlier this year, Ubisoft released Assassin’s Creed III Remastered for the Nintendo Switch. If that wasn’t enough for you and you would like to see more Assassin’s Creed games launch for the console, you might be interested to learn that Assassin’s Creed: The Rebel Collection has been announced for the Switch during the Nintendo Direct event.
If you love playing old and classic video games, Nintendo and Bethesda might have some news that could make you very happy. In a tweet by the official DOOM account, it has been revealed that DOOM 64 will be launching on the Nintendo Switch console this coming November, or to be more specific, the 22nd of November.