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The Nintendo Switch Has Crazy Sales On Right Now

Black Friday is awful, and we should all refuse to take part. But in other news, goodness gracious, there are a lot of amazing prices on Nintendo Switch just now. Publishers like Capcom, Ubisoft and EA have joined Nintendo’s own first-party titles in luring you toward the evils of capitalist convenience.Read more… Continue Reading at […]

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Nintendo Switch Games Are Actually On Sale For Once

No one tell Doug Bowser, but GameStop actually has Nintendo games on sale for under $40. Shocking, I know!Read more… Continue Reading at https://kotaku.com

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Nintendo Switch Games Are Actually On Sale For Once

No one tell Doug Bowser, but GameStop actually has Nintendo games on sale for under $40. Shocking, I know!Read more… Continue Reading at https://kotaku.com

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What The Xbox Series X/S Has (And Hasn’t) Added Over The Year

When Microsoft released its next-gen consoles, the Xbox Series X and the Xbox Series S, nearly a year ago, it was tough to want for much. After all, both machines used the same interface and UI as their seven-year-old predecessor, the Xbox One. Familiarity allows little room for desire. Why change what (mostly) works?Read more… […]

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Atari’s New Collectible Game Cartridges Off To A Rocky Start

Yesterday the folks at whatever counts as Atari these days launched Atari XP, a series of collectible and playable Atari 2600 cartridges featuring homebrew and prototype games never officially physically released. The cartridge collection’s debut was a bit messy, however, incorrectly attributing a 2005 ROM hack of …Read more… Continue Reading at https://kotaku.com

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Atari’s New Collectible Game Cartridges Off To A Rocky Start

Yesterday the folks at whatever counts as Atari these days launched Atari XP, a series of collectible and playable Atari 2600 cartridges featuring homebrew and prototype games never officially physically released. The cartridge collection’s debut was a bit messy, however, incorrectly attributing a 2005 ROM hack of …Read more… Continue Reading at https://kotaku.com

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PS5 Owners Don’t Play Sony’s First-Party Games

It’s hard to believe, but a year ago to the date, Sony officially released the PlayStation 5 (well, in the States; globally it came out on November 19). Despite serious supply issues, an estimated 13 million players have been able to get their hands on one. And they’ve used these coveted next-gen consoles to play—cue…Read […]

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The PlayStation 3 Is Now Fifteen Years Old

Can you believe it? The PlayStation 3 launched fifteen years ago today. It was an expensive console and a messy launch with hyper overload and some truly bad press conferences. But Sony didn’t give up on the PS3, and neither did gamers. Read more… Continue Reading at https://kotaku.com

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Steam Deck Delayed, Valve Apologizes

Valve has delayed the release of its Steam Deck handheld by several months, it announced in a statement today. The anticipated handheld will now start rolling out in February 2022, pushed back from an initial December release.Read more… Continue Reading at https://kotaku.com

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Why It’ll Be Hard to Find a Nintendo Switch This Christmas (and What to Do About It)

Despite approaching five years in the gaming marketplace, the Nintendo Switch remains in hot demand. The three models—the original design, the Switch Lite, and the OLED Switch—are selling off shelves, the latter of which appears sold out all the time. However, if you want any one of them for Christmas, you should…Read more… Continue Reading […]

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Why It’ll Be Hard to Find a Nintendo Switch This Christmas (and What to Do About It)

Despite approaching five years in the gaming marketplace, the Nintendo Switch remains in hot demand. The three models—the original design, the Switch Lite, and the OLED Switch—are selling off shelves, the latter of which appears sold out all the time. However, if you want any one of them for Christmas, you should…Read more… Continue Reading […]

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Nintendo Slashes Switch Production In Face Of Chip Shortage

The ongoing chip shortage, which has affected nearly every electronic device on the planet, has forced Nintendo to grapple with a production reduction. Nikkei Asia reports that the Kyoto-based company will make 20 percent fewer Switch consoles through the end of its fiscal year, which wraps in March. All told, that…Read more… Continue Reading at […]

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Returnal Players Found A Way To Save Scum In Latest Patch

Housemarque finally took some pity on players of its difficult sci-fi shooter Returnal last week, and added a suspend feature in update 2.0. Now players have found a way to turn it into a full-on save scumming exploit. Read more…

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Returnal Players Found A Way To Save Scum In Latest Patch

Housemarque finally took some pity on players of its difficult sci-fi shooter Returnal last week, and added a suspend feature in update 2.0. Now players have found a way to turn it into a full-on save scumming exploit. Read more…

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Here’s Every Upcoming Video Game Release Date

Video games are a lot like years: They start coming, then they don’t stop coming, and they don’t stop coming, and they…yeah. Then you’ve got the games industry’s tectonically shifting release calendar, defined by an endless march of delays and cancellations. Even if you’re the most avid gamer, it’s a lot to keep…Read more… Continue […]

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GOTY Contender Death’s Door Heads To PlayStation And Switch Next Month

Announced today via Sony’s State of Play event and on Twitter via Devolver Digital, Acid Nerve’s acclaimed dungeon crawler Death’s Door makes the jump from PC and Xbox to PlayStation 4, PlayStation 5, and Nintendo Switch on November 23. Read more… Continue Reading at https://kotaku.com

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Please Don’t Ever Change This Nightmare-Inducing Switch Icon

Switch owners like their game icons a certain way. They want bright colors and sharp-looking art. They’d also prefer the game’s logo be present in some way, shape, or form. What many of them don’t seem to like is slightly blurry, eyeless terror rabbits. I can’t see the problem. Neither can the rabbit, technically.Read more… […]

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Please Don’t Ever Change This Nightmare-Inducing Switch Icon

Switch owners like their game icons a certain way. They want bright colors and sharp-looking art. They’d also prefer the game’s logo be present in some way, shape, or form. What many of them don’t seem to like is slightly blurry, eyeless terror rabbits. I can’t see the problem. Neither can the rabbit, technically.Read more… […]

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