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SNES Wireless Control And SNES Games Announced For Nintendo Switch
Thanks to an FCC filing spotted last month, it seemed to suggest that Nintendo could be getting ready to launch an SNES controller for the Nintendo Switch. Given that the company had previously launched the NES controller for the Switch, this progression actually made a lot of sense.

Overwatch Legendary Edition Will Be Coming To The Nintendo Switch
The other day thanks to what looked like an officially-licensed Nintendo Switch carrying case bearing the Overwatch logo being spotted on Amazon, it led to speculation that Overwatch for the Nintendo Switch could soon be announced. If the idea of playing Overwatch on the Switch appeals to you, you’re in luck.

SteelSeries Launched A Pair Of Wireless Headphones For The Nintendo Switch
While other consoles like the PS4 and Xbox One support wireless headphones, the Nintendo Switch doesn’t, or rather it isn’t quite as straightforward. Switch gamers who want to use wireless headphones will need to attach a wireless dongle to the console’s dock which means that using it in handheld mode is next to impossible.

Super Smash Bros. Ultimate Challenger Pack 4 Could Feature SNK Characters
Nintendo’s Super Smash Bros. Ultimate features a roster that is mostly filled with characters from its various franchises. However, it has also included characters from non-Nintendo games, which is why we can’t say that it would be too surprising to learn that in an upcoming DLC pack for the game, it could feature characters from SNK.

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Officially-Licensed Overwatch Nintendo Switch Case Spotted On Amazon
Back in 2018, Blizzard launched their first game for the Nintendo Switch in the form of Diablo 3. This has opened up the door to the future possibility that more Blizzard games could arrive for the Switch. There have been talks in the past about Overwatch possibly coming to the Switch, where Blizzard acknowledged that it would be feasible.

Ori And The Blind Forest Will Be Coming To The Nintendo Switch
The Nintendo Switch, for some reason, has managed to attract many popular indie games to its platform. If you’re a fan of indie games, then there is a good chance that you might have heard of the game “Ori and the Blind Forest”, a game which was originally released back in 2015 where it was released on the Xbox One and Windows.

Nintendo Denies They Are Running A Switch Exchange Program
With Nintendo announcing they will be launching a slightly upgraded Switch model that comes with a larger battery life, we’re sure that there are probably some gamers who might be miffed, especially if they just bought a new Switch ahead of the announcement. This has led to some reports suggesting that Nintendo could be offering gamers an exchange program.

FCC Filing Hints At SNES Controller For The Nintendo Switch
The Nintendo Switch has several controllers designed for it. There are the default Joy-Cons that come with pretty much every console, then there is also the Pro controller for gamers who might want better ergonomics. Then there is also support for the GameCube controllers who gamers who think that it is the best way of playing Super Smash Bros. Ultimate.

Future Xbox Games Could Arrive For Non-Microsoft Platforms
The way the console market has worked is that companies such as Microsoft, Sony, and Nintendo create games that are typically exclusive to their own platforms. This is an attempt to differentiate themselves from each other, and to also lure gamers from one platform to their own platform.

The New Nintendo Switch Will Have A Different Packaging To Prevent Confusion
Last month, Nintendo officially announced that they’ll be launching a new Nintendo Switch. This version of the Switch will be identical to the current model, with the main difference is that it will come with a larger battery that should allow gamers to enjoy gaming on the Switch while on the go a lot longer.

Nintendo Switch Online Offering Gamers Full Game Trials
Nintendo sometimes offers Switch gamers a trial of games that they want to play. However, these trials are quite limited in the sense that you couldn’t really do much in the game as it was a trial, but the idea is that it should still give you a good enough idea of what to expect before you buy it.

Amazon Is Now Taking Pre-Orders For The Nintendo Switch Lite
For gamers who might have been holding off on the Nintendo Switch, whether it be due to price or maybe concerns regarding battery life, you might have heard the news that Nintendo launched the Switch Lite back in July last month. If you were thinking about getting it, then you’ll be pleased to learn that Amazon is now taking pre-orders for the console.

EA Claims The Nintendo Switch Isn’t A Good Fit For Its Games
When the Nintendo Switch launched, it didn’t take long for EA to throw their support behind the console where FIFA was one of the first EA titles that launched for the Switch. However, the company has remained cautious about the Switch and stated in the past that they would only consider bringing more games to the Switch if FIFA did well.

YouTube App For The Nintendo 3DS Will Be Shutting Down In September
Nintendo’s 3DS is more than just a handheld gaming console. The console also comes with support for some apps, such as the YouTube app that allows gamers to watch videos on their consoles, a nice break from just playing games all day. However, if you do use the YouTube app quite a bit, you might be disappointed to learn that the app will be going away in September.