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The Elder Scrolls Legends is coming to Switch, Xbox One, and PS4

The Elder Scrolls Legends is coming to Switch, Xbox One, and PS4

It's about to get a whole lot easier to play The Elder Scrolls Legends, Bethesda's surprisingly capable answer to the monster that is Hearthstone. The Elder Scrolls Legends has been available for a little over a year on PC, Mac, iOS, and Android, but later this year, Bethesda is going to greatly expand those supporting platform. At its E3 2018 press conference this evening, Bethesda revealed that The Elder Scrolls Legends will be coming to Nintendo Switch, Xbox One, and PlayStation 4.

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This is Paladins on Nintendo Switch

This is Paladins on Nintendo Switch

Paladins, a hero shooter not entirely unlike Overwatch, is making its way to Nintendo Switch soon. The currently free-to-play title will land on the Switch next week, according to a new announcement trailer released by developer Hi-Rez Studios. When it arrives, it'll support some form of cross-platform play too, which is always exciting.

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Anker Nintendo Switch power banks are certified safe to use

Anker Nintendo Switch power banks are certified safe to use

There has been a bit of controversy lately over Nintendo's alleged crackdown on third-party docks and chargers that leave some Switches hopelessly dead. At the same time, however, Nintendo has yet to provide the official accessories that Switch owners need. Fortunately, there's a middle ground in certified third-party products. That's the path that popular power accessory maker Anker has taken to give users two officially certified power banks promised to give you hours and hours of gaming fun on the go.

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Nintendo Switch eShop is serving up a ton of sushi this week

Nintendo Switch eShop is serving up a ton of sushi this week

One of the more interesting announcements to come out of Nintendo's 2017 E3 presentation was that of Sushi Striker: The Way of Sushido. At first, the game was only announced for the 3DS, but in March of this year, a Nintendo Switch release was confirmed as well. We're quickly closing in on launch, as it's one of the games landing on the eShop this week.

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Pokemon Let’s Go will require a Switch Online subscription for some big features

Pokemon Let’s Go will require a Switch Online subscription for some big features

Get ready to shell out for a Nintendo Switch Online subscription if you want to enjoy the platform's two new Pokemon games to their fullest extents. Nintendo has announced that Pokemon Let's Go Pikachu! and Pokemon Let's Go Eevee! will both require a premium subscription to the online service for some of their features. While the games will still largely be playable without one, there's reason for Pokemon fanatics to consider paying Nintendo's $20 asking price for Switch Online.

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Fortnite for Switch outed again, this time by the eShop

Fortnite for Switch outed again, this time by the eShop

Fortnite on Nintendo Switch is quite possibly the gaming world's worst-kept secret at the moment. Even aside from the fact that porting Fortnite over to the Switch would be a no-brainer for Epic, there have been a handful of leaks that point to an incoming reveal. The latest leak landed today, and this time, Nintendo is actually the one responsible for it.

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Fortnite on Nintendo Switch is looking more and more like a sure thing

Fortnite on Nintendo Switch is looking more and more like a sure thing

It really, really seems like Epic is planning to bring Fortnite to the Nintendo Switch. There have been a number of leaks that have claimed as much, and today, we can add another one to the pile. This latest one comes to us from the South Korea's Game Rating and Administration Committee, which has apparently approved the Switch version of Fortnite for release.

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Pokemon GO VS Let’s Go: Details and a brand new monster!

Pokemon GO VS Let’s Go: Details and a brand new monster!

Still reeling from the news that the Nintendo Switch game Pokemon Let's Go will be an extension of Pokemon GO? You're not alone. We're running through the latest announcements and clarifications on what this game will bring to the public, what it'll mean to already have a Pokemon GO account now, and what the new Pokemon will be - and how you'll get it!

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Pokemon Quest has just hit a massive milestone

Pokemon Quest has just hit a massive milestone

Well, that didn't take long: though Pokemon Quest has only been available for a couple of days, it's already turned into a big success for the Switch. In just two short days, the game has managed to hit 1 million downloads, which certainly isn't anything to stick your nose up at. While the fact that the game is free is probably a big reason why it has found instant success, the Pokemon brand has undoubtedly helped drive downloads.

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Fortnite on Switch is coming, leak says

Fortnite on Switch is coming, leak says

The biggest news in gaming today (after the whole loot boxes fiasco) is battle royale shooters. And when it comes to those, there are only two titles fighting not just on gaming platforms but, at least in South Korea, courts as well. That would be PUBG, short for PlayerUnknown's Battle Ground, and Epic Games' Fortnite. The two are almost head to head in feature and platform availability, targeting almost every gaming device or OS known to man. Well, almost. They still haven't landed on the Switch but, according to a new leak, that's going to change soon for at least one of them.

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Switch eShop update is all about Pokemon and stick figures

Switch eShop update is all about Pokemon and stick figures

Nintendo is back this week with another batch of games its sending live on the eShop for Switch, 3DS, and Wii U. This week's round up includes a Pokemon game that was first revealed only a couple of days ago, along with a quirky indie title that has found a lot of success on Steam. There's also a demo for Mario Tennis Aces going live for the weekend, so get ready to spend some time with that as well.

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Team Sonic Racing is Sega’s next Mario Kart competitor

Team Sonic Racing is Sega’s next Mario Kart competitor

It might be hard to believe considering just how bad some modern Sonic games are, but Sega has actually managed to make some very solid racing games featuring everyone's favorite blue hedgehog. It's been a while since the last Sega All-Stars racing game (which was 2012's Sonic and All-Stars Racing Transformed), but today, Sega finally announced a follow up. Dubbed Team Sonic Racing, this new title will once again attempt to challenge Mario Kart's arcade racing dominance.

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