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Faceoff Deluxe+ Switch controller with 3.5mm audio jack arrives July 22

Faceoff Deluxe+ Switch controller with 3.5mm audio jack arrives July 22

PDP's Faceoff Deluxe+ wired controller for Nintendo Switch will arrive on July 22, the company has announced. Unlike most competing products, the Faceoff Deluxe+ features a built-in headphone jack for voice chat, enabling users to easily talk with friends while playing Fortnite and certain other games. The model was first revealed in April, but availability and pricing details weren't available at that time.

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Latest Pokemon Sword and Shield trailer is all about Pokemon battles

Latest Pokemon Sword and Shield trailer is all about Pokemon battles

Game Freak and The Pokemon Company have delivered more gameplay footage from Pokemon Sword and Shield, this time in the form of a Japanese TV spot. This latest batch of gameplay footage is all about Pokemon battles, and though we see some familiar shots - particularly of Pokemon roaming Galar's Wild Area - there's also some new stuff we haven't seen before.

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Pokemon GO: Armored Mewtwo released: The essential details

Pokemon GO: Armored Mewtwo released: The essential details

Today we're diving in DEEP with the best Pokemon GO Pokemon since inception - Armored Mewtwo! This Pokemon was released on July 11, 2019, and appeared ONLY in Five Star Raid Battles. Today we're looking not only at the release timing and the surface-level details, we're diving deep, into the code! Here you'll find ALL the information you'll ever need on how to battle, defend against, and catch your own Armored Mewtwo in Pokemon GO as soon as possible!

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Nintendo Switch at FCC with new CPU and storage sparks a little hope

Nintendo Switch at FCC with new CPU and storage sparks a little hope

Nintendo has just announced the Switch Lite and while it wasn't exactly a surprise, it may not have been the announcement some gamers were waiting for. The Switch Lite rumors came along with a Switch Pro but rumors about the latter seem to have gone silent. Instead, what dropped by the FCC is almost the same Switch but the mere indication that it will have a different processor and memory type is enough to make Switch fans hope for better days.

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Nintendo Switch Lite: What it is and who should buy it

Nintendo Switch Lite: What it is and who should buy it

After months of rumors and speculation, Nintendo finally let the cat out of the bag today. The company has announced the Nintendo Switch Lite, which will be arriving in time for the ever-important holiday shopping season. If you're wondering just what the Switch Lite is and how it differs from the standard Switch, you've come to the right place.

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Nintendo Switch Lite Pokemon Sword and Shield special edition revealed

Nintendo Switch Lite Pokemon Sword and Shield special edition revealed

Following months of rumors, earlier today Nintendo announced the Nintendo Switch Lite, a smaller version of the Switch that's meant to be played only as a handheld device. That means no docking the Switch Lite to play on a TV and no removable Joy-Cons. It's also priced lower than the standard Switch, running $199.99 to the Switch's $299.99.

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Nintendo Switch Lite goes all handheld later this year

Nintendo Switch Lite goes all handheld later this year

For months now, various reports have been claiming Nintendo's secret intention to release a cheaper, handheld-only Nintendo Switch. It turns out those reports were right, as today the company announced the Nintendo Switch Lite. The device, which is out this fall, is a smaller version of the standard Switch, and as a result, it's less expensive than the console we have now.

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Switch Online NES games will let you rewind to the time before you died

Switch Online NES games will let you rewind to the time before you died

Gamers from yesteryears might say that today's players are spoiled. The games that we call classics today are entertaining but they are also notorious for being unforgiving. Sometimes, you just wish you could back in time, just a few seconds to undo the mistake you've made. Thanks to modern technology, that's now possible and Nintendo is bringing it to those classic NES titles on the Nintendo Switch as well.

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Dr. Mario World lands on iOS and Android a day early

Dr. Mario World lands on iOS and Android a day early

If you've been looking forward to Nintendo's latest mobile offering, then here's some good news: Dr. Mario World is available on both iOS and Android a little bit early. The game was originally scheduled to launch on July 10th, but it's available now on both platforms. It's the latest game on an ever growing list of mobile titles that includes games from such franchises as Super Mario, Fire Emblem, and even Pokemon.

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Tetris 99 getting offline multiplayer in second DLC this year

Tetris 99 getting offline multiplayer in second DLC this year

Tetris 99 was easily one of the biggest surprises of 2018. Offered as a free perk for subscribers to Nintendo Switch Online, Tetris 99 took the battle royale formula that has proven to be a big success and adapted it for the classic puzzle game, pitting 99 players against one another in a big, last-man-standing Tetris match.

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Pokemon Sword and Shield latest trailer shows four new Pokemon in action

Pokemon Sword and Shield latest trailer shows four new Pokemon in action

Today, The Pokemon Company revealed some new details about Pokemon Sword and Shield. The company previously revealed a new feature called Dynamaxing that allows Pokemon to grow in both size and strength, but today, we learned that we'll have the ability to take things one step further through something called Gigantamaxing. As you might have assumed, Gigantamax Pokemon become even bigger than Dynamax Pokemon, and they also gain a special ability called a G-Max Move.

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Pokemon GO iOS hacks with Android tip

Pokemon GO iOS hacks with Android tip

So you've been playing Pokemon GO for a few days and you're already ready to start to take the easy route, right? What do you do in the year 2019? You act very, very carefully. Because here in the year 2019, Niantic is not only watching out for cheaters, they're banning them with no holds barred. They've gone nuclear, so to speak.

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