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Analogue SEGA console Mega Sg: Retro gaming dreamland

Analogue SEGA console Mega Sg: Retro gaming dreamland

The folks at Analogue made a Sega gaming system that's compatible with multiple retro Sega systems, all in one tiny box. This isn't the same piece of "official" junk you'll find at Walmart when the holidays roll around. Those aren't worth the plastic they're encased in. This is the Analogue Mega Sg, and it's ready to play ALL your old Sega games right out the gate.

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Nintendo Switch Diablo III bundle revealed as GameStop exclusive

Nintendo Switch Diablo III bundle revealed as GameStop exclusive

Nintendo is gearing up to release a new Nintendo Switch bundle with Diablo III artwork. The new product will be available starting early next month, bringing with it a styled console, as well as the Diablo III: Eternal Collection and a themed carrying case. The new Switch bundle will only be available through GameStop.

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Nintendo Switch weekly eShop update: Spooky times ahead

Nintendo Switch weekly eShop update: Spooky times ahead

Nintendo has detailed a new batch of games heading to the eShop over the next week, and it seems we've got a fairly packed release schedule on our hands. This week, however, the big releases aren't all reserved for the Switch. Though it's been mostly silent on the 3DS front over the past few weeks, this week the little handheld is arguably getting the biggest release.

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Nintendo Switch Online serves up a new take on NES Zelda

Nintendo Switch Online serves up a new take on NES Zelda

Nintendo Switch Online received an update today, adding a few new games to the NES library available through the service. We knew that most of these were coming already, as Nintendo has detailed the monthly additions for the rest of the year. However, one of Switch Online's new arrivals was more of a surprise, and fans of the original Legend of Zelda might want to check it out.

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Playable GameBoy Phone case: Would you use it?

Playable GameBoy Phone case: Would you use it?

Since there've been DIY design sites for phone cases, there've been GameBoy cases. Today we're not talking about a 3rd-party case, but a Nintendo official case. This case was planned to roll with full original GameBoy power, and to house a smartphone besides. But at what cost glory?

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Nintendo Switch Fortnite bundle released: Here’s what you get

Nintendo Switch Fortnite bundle released: Here’s what you get

Slowly but surely, Nintendo has been announcing a number of different Switch console bundles. The company has already revealed limited edition consoles for Pokemon Let's Go and Super Smash Brothers Ultimate, which both come with special decals on the Switch itself or the dock. Then there's the Fortnite bundle - launching today - which is a little strange when compared to the other two.

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Nintendo Switch weekly eShop update: Party hard

Nintendo Switch weekly eShop update: Party hard

Nintendo has detailed another batch of games heading the eShop over the course of the next week, and there are some big titles coming to the Switch in particular. This week will see the release of Super Mario Party, which is the latest entry in a series that's been running for nearly 20 years. While probably not the best purchase for people who will be playing solo, Super Mario Party will likely become one of the go-to party games for Switch owners.

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Nintendo Switch 2 coming next year, features still undecided

Nintendo Switch 2 coming next year, features still undecided

The Switch is arguably one of the biggest things to happen in the gaming industry in recent years. But as it approaches its second year in the market, sales numbers are reportedly starting to plateau and Nintendo is getting a bit worried. Times like this, the most common solution is a Switch version 2. Indeed that might be coming as early as next year but now the problem is figuring out what to put in the next gen handheld console.

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Here’s how to get Zeraora in Pokemon Ultra Sun and Ultra Moon

Here’s how to get Zeraora in Pokemon Ultra Sun and Ultra Moon

The mainline Pokemon franchise is preparing a major jump to the Nintendo Switch next year, but before it does, Nintendo has one last hurrah planned for Pokemon Ultra Sun and Ultra Moon on the 3DS. Earlier this year, Nintendo revealed the newest mythical Pokemon, Zeraora, before going silent for a number of months on when it might be released. Today, the company broke that silence, announcing a new distribution event that will let Pokemon players across the US add Zeraora to their rosters.

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How Pokemon Red and Blue paved the way for Switch today

How Pokemon Red and Blue paved the way for Switch today

20 years ago today, Pokemon Red and Blue launched in North America, sparking what can really only be described as a media phenomenon. What started with two innocuous titles for a platform at the end of its life quickly grew into one of the most successful gaming franchises in the world, second only to Mario in terms of lifetime sales. Though many people considered it a fad at the time, Pokemon has endured for these past two decades, morphing into a media giant that shows no signs of slowing down. Today, at a time when the Pokemon franchise is approaching a major turning point, we're going to take a look back at where it all started.

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Nintendo wins lawsuit to end unauthorized Mario Kart tours in Tokyo

Nintendo wins lawsuit to end unauthorized Mario Kart tours in Tokyo

Early last year, Nintendo revealed that it was suing the MariCAR go-kart service over intellectual property infringement. The Japanese company specializes in go-kart tours through Tokyo; customers could dress like popular Nintendo characters during these trips, something Nintendo never authorized. Now, more than a year later, Nintendo has announced victory in the legal matter, stating that it has successfully put an end to the costumes.

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Dragalia Lost, Nintendo’s latest mobile game, is now available

Dragalia Lost, Nintendo’s latest mobile game, is now available

Despite the fact that Nintendo's main area of focus is turning the Switch into a long-lasting success, the company is still chugging along with its mobile strategy. Today is a pretty big day for those mobile efforts, as Nintendo is launching Dragalia Lost on iOS and Android. Dragalia Lost was first revealed earlier this year, and it's notable for being the first new IP Nintendo has developed specifically for mobile devices.

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