In case you didn’t know, Pokemon is celebrating its 25th anniversary this year. It’s not surprising then that The Pokemon Company has revealed a couple of new games on the horizon for the Nintendo Switch platform during today’s Pokemon Presents broadcast.
Nintendo earlier concluded its first Nintendo Direct livestream event since September 2019. In case you missed the new announcements — and there were plenty to look forward to and get excited about — you can read all about them here.
The 2020 NBA Playoffs is currently playing in Orlando, Florida, despite the situation the COVID-19 pandemic has created for sports. That hasn’t stopped 2K from publishing its super team of sports titles, including NBA 2K21 for PC and console.
The new — and hotly anticipated — Nintendo Switch Lite is now available in the Philippines at DataBlitz, in time of the holiday season and the handheld console’s global retail launch.
The Nintendo Switch Lite is launching September 20 worldwide — just in time for the holiday-shopping season. The new handheld console, which, as the name suggests, is not meant to be the successor to the current Switch, will also be available in the Philippines this month.
Remember the upgraded version of the Nintendo Switch that we wrote about sometime ago? The one that’s pretty much the same as the Switch you might already own, except the new Switch offers better battery life than the original 2016 model?
Nintendo is not done yet. After announcing new, cheaper hardware in the Nintendo Switch Lite last week, the company will release an upgraded Switch soon.
A Nintendo Switch that doesn’t, well, switch has been made official by Nintendo — and somewhat out of nowhere.
This week has been huge for the video-game community, with E3 [Electronic Entertainment Expo] 2018 kicking off and filling our timelines with new announcements, teasers, and gameplay videos. It is a brilliant time if you are a video game fan as you have all these amazing games being announced. Now is also a great time to grow your Twitch audience …
INTENDO just unveiled the Switch in its native Japan. It was met with oohs and aahs and hand claps from spectators, as expected, but it also armed critics with plenty of skepticism over whether it can truly make Nintendo relevant again in this generation.
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