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Doom and Wolfenstein are coming to Nintendo Switch

Doom and Wolfenstein are coming to Nintendo Switch

Bethesda surprised everyone when it revealed that Skyrim was destined for the Nintendo Switch all those months ago, but now the company is really throwing its support behind Nintendo's new console. Bethesda and Nintendo have revealed that Doom and Wolfenstein II: The New Colossus will be coming to the Switch, giving owners some more recent Bethesda titles to play.

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Skyrim for Switch release set for holidays 2017

Skyrim for Switch release set for holidays 2017

It seems kind of strange that Skyrim is one of the year's biggest Nintendo Switch releases. After all, the game will be turning an astonishing six years old in November, and if there's a platform that can support it, Bethesda has ported Skyrim to it. Still, Switch owners seem excited by the prospect of Skyrim on the go, turning this particular port into a highly anticipated release.

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Pokemon-themed 2DS XL launching in time for UltraSun and UltraMoon

Pokemon-themed 2DS XL launching in time for UltraSun and UltraMoon

Between the upcoming releases of Pokken Tournament DX on the Switch, Pokemon Gold and Silver on the 3DS Virtual Console, and Pokemon UltraSun and UltraMoon on 3DS proper, we have a lot of Pokemon on the way. What better time, then, to introduce a new Pokemon-themed 2DS XL? Nintendo has done just that, and it has revealed that this special edition console will be here in time for the launch of Pokemon UltraSun and UltraMoon.

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Nintendo unloads a ton of game news for Switch, 3DS

Nintendo unloads a ton of game news for Switch, 3DS

It wasn’t too long ago, less than month actually, when Nintendo revealed a massive list of indie games that will be coming to the Nintendo Switch. Apparently it was just getting started. At its latest Nintendo Direct, the Japanese gaming giant shared an equally massive amount of news for the Switch again. But this time, to prove it hasn’t abandoned its other gaming handheld, it is also giving 3DS and 2DS owners some good news as well.

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Nintendo Switch Super Mario Odyssey bundle drops on October 27

Nintendo Switch Super Mario Odyssey bundle drops on October 27

Minecraft for 3DS was only a taste of Nintendo's announcements this evening. The company has introduced a new Nintendo Switch bundle that'll be arriving late next month, and it is themed around Super Mario Odyssey. The bundle includes this latest Super Mario game, of course, as well as red-themed Joy-Cons and more.

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Minecraft for New Nintendo 3DS now available: get it in the eShop

Minecraft for New Nintendo 3DS now available: get it in the eShop

Nintendo has just announced the availability of Minecraft for its new 3DS systems, saying it is available for anyone to get via the company's eShop. The news came as a surprise to everyone, and was joined by a slew of other announcements, some more exciting than others. This marks the latest console upon which Mojang's wildly popular product has launched.

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Watch today’s Nintendo Direct live stream right here

Watch today’s Nintendo Direct live stream right here

In case you missed it, Nintendo is planning a rather long Nintendo Direct broadcast for later today. Back when the live stream was announced on Monday, Nintendo said that it will cover the games coming to both the Switch and the 3DS over the next few months. A main focus of the show will be Super Mario Odyssey, so if you've been looking forward to that, you'll definitely want to tune in.

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Nintendo Switch online update makes voice chat slightly less awful

Nintendo Switch online update makes voice chat slightly less awful

It isn't exactly a secret that the online systems for Nintendo Switch launched in a sorry state. After not being present on the console at launch, features like voice chat released alongside Splatoon 2 back in July. What players were given certainly wasn't an encouraging sign for a service that Nintendo wants us to pay for at some point in the future.

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Nintendo should just make NES Classic stock unlimited

Nintendo should just make NES Classic stock unlimited

This morning we were all greeted with some happy news: Nintendo is bringing back the NES Classic! After an initial production run that was abysmal in every sense of the word, Nintendo has decided to give eager gamers another chance to own an NES Classic Edition. This is good news for anyone who missed out on it the first time around, but it begs the question: why doesn't Nintendo just make the NES Classic Edition a regular product in its hardware lineup?

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NES Classic Edition returns next year, SNES Classic stock extended

NES Classic Edition returns next year, SNES Classic stock extended

There's a lot of good news coming from Nintendo this morning, as the company has announced that it will bring back the NES Classic Edition next year. Many of us are already familiar with the debacle that was the NES Classic's original production run, as the mini retro console was notoriously difficult to find and then discontinued far too soon. Now, everyone who missed out the first time around will be getting another chance to buy one next year.

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Super Mario 64 mod unleashes a multiplayer frenzy

Super Mario 64 mod unleashes a multiplayer frenzy

Super Mario 64 is considered one of the best games ever created, but for the past 21 years, it's been a strictly single-player affair. That all changes today, with the release of a mod that turns Super Mario 64 into a multiplayer title for you and up to 23 of your friends. If you think that 24-player Super Mario 64 sounds like a hectic ordeal, well, you're right on the money.

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Pokemon GO Halloween event: it’s getting DARK

Pokemon GO Halloween event: it’s getting DARK

Our Pokemon RAID Battle schedule is about to get shook up by the best holiday of the whole year - HALLOWEEN! According to our (anonymous) source - not that it wasn't already expected - like last year, Niantic will place a super-spooky Pokemon GO event on Halloween. Unlike last year, we've also got Raid Boss Battles to deal with. How will the two collide, and what'll it mean for Gengar?

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