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The Elder Scrolls: Blades Will Be Coming To The Nintendo Switch Later This Year
Last year, Bethesda announced a new game for mobile devices called The Elder Scrolls: Blades. It is a game designed to be played on mobile, but during E3 2019, the company has since announced and confirmed that in addition to launching on mobile, Blades is also expected to find its way onto the Nintendo Switch later this year.

The Witcher 3 Is Being Teased For The Nintendo Switch
Back in the day with the Nintendo Wii U, it felt that Nintendo was the only ones trying to keep the console alive. For the most part, a lot of developers avoided the console like the plague, resulting in its early “death”. The Nintendo Switch, on the other hand, seems to have drawn a lot of developers to it.

Pokemon Sword And Shield Finally Has A Release Date
Last year, Nintendo released a couple of new Pokemon games for the Nintendo Switch console. While the games were certainly welcome, they weren’t the core Pokemon RPGs that gamers were hoping for. However, the good news is that if you were looking forward to a core Pokemon RPG, clear your calendars for November because that’s when the game is expected to be launched.

You Can Now Play Super Smash Bros. Ultimate With Nintendo Labo VR
Ahead of the Nintendo Switch reveal from back in 2017, it was reported that Nintendo was looking into ways to integrate VR to the console. It was later proven to be true when a couple of months ago, Nintendo launched the Labo VR kit which kind of brought VR to the Switch console system.

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New Detective Pikachu Game Announced For Nintendo Switch
If you’ve enjoyed the Detective Pikachu game on the Nintendo 3DS handheld console, then you might be interested to learn that The Pokemon Company has since announced that they will be released a new follow-up game that will be launching on the Nintendo Switch. Details are scarce at the moment, but it is expected to offer up some kind of conclusion to the story of the first game.

Pokemon Home Cloud Service Lets You Transfer Pokemon Across Devices
It used to be that Pokemon would be stored locally on your DS console and while it gets the job done, it makes it a bit hard to transfer from console to console. Especially in this day and age where we’re starting to see the more modern Pokemon titles support multiple devices. Now it seems that Game Freak, the developer behind the Pokemon games, has announced a new cloud storage […]

Pokemon Sleep Will Let You ‘Play’ By Sleeping
One of the features of Pokemon Go is that it encourages players to walk. By walking, players will be able to reach new locations where there are raids occurring and where they might find new Pokemon. Walking also helps to hatch eggs where players need to walk certain distances in order to hatch them.

Super Mario Maker 2 May Not Allow Online Co-Op Among Friends
It was revealed during a recent Super Mario Maker 2 Direct that co-operative play will be offered by this title. It would provide an element of fun in the game as friends will be able to play against each other in groups of four when they’re sitting together or through local wireless. It seems that while the game will allow this, it may not allow them to play co-op online.

Tariffs Could Result In Next-Gen Consoles Being 25% More Expensive
Due to the ongoing trade war with China, the Office of the United States Trade Representative has published a list of goods categories that could be considered for new tariffs, which could be in amounts as high as 25%. These tariffs are expected to be applied to goods imported from China, which will cover “video game consoles and machines”.

Mario Kart Tour Beta Images Have Made Their Way Online
Mario Kart Tour will be the next title that Nintendo will be releasing on mobile. The game is currently pegged for a release this summer and the beta of the game has already kicked off over in Japan. Thanks to users who are participating in the games beta, they have shared images and details of the game, giving us an idea of what to expect.

Nintendo Allows Tetris 99 Offline Play For $9.99
Nintendo released Tetris 99 as a free-to-play game for the Switch but with a catch. It was available to Switch Online members which meant that those who wanted to play this game had to get a membership to Switch Online. That will no longer be the case as Nintendo is now allowing people to play the game offline, provided they pay $9.99 for the privilege.

Nintendo E3 Direct Confirmed For June 11th
Nintendo has confirmed its plans for the E3 convention. It’s going to be the world’s biggest gaming convention and Nintendo will have something to share as well during its E3 Direct. The company has scheduled its press event for June 11th.

Nintendo Switch Online Now Has 9.8 Million Subscribers
For the first time ever, Nintendo decided to start charge gamers for access to its online gaming services, where they would need to pay a fee if they wished to be able to play with other gamers online. Given that Nintendo did not charge in the past, many were curious as to how players would react to this.

Nintendo Has No New First-Party 3DS Games To Announce
According to the rumors, Nintendo could have a new Switch console in the works that is expected to be a cheaper version of the current Switch, where it will only be playable in handheld mode. This led to speculation that Nintendo could finally be going about potentially replacing their 3DS lineup.