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Nintendo Switch Lite: Release date, what is it and how is it different?

Added: 16.07.2019 13:19 | 23 views | 0 comments

Nintendo have revealed a smaller, cheaper model of its Switch console called the Lite, but how is it different?

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Nintendo responds to trade tensions between US and China

Added: 12.07.2019 19:51 | 11 views | 0 comments

Gaming giant Nintendo to move production of its hugely popular Switch consoles from China to Vietnam amid trade tensions.

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A rattlesnake, uranium, and whiskey found in stolen car at traffic stop

Added: 11.07.2019 20:22 | 10 views | 0 comments

Police also found a gun in the console.

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Nintendo Switch Lite vs. Apple iPod Touch: Which is the best $200 gaming handheld for kids?

Added: 11.07.2019 14:13 | 12 views | 0 comments

Mobile gaming gets teresting this fall with the launch of a Nintendo Switch console that doesn't actually switch.

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Nintendo Switch Lite: Release date, what is it and how is it different?

Added: 11.07.2019 9:17 | 27 views | 0 comments

Nintendo have revealed a smaller, cheaper model of its Switch console called the Lite, but how is it different?

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This week in games: Divinity: Original Sin II adds playable undead, Sunless Skies hits early access

Added: 01.09.2017 20:00 | 0 views | 0 comments


It's the end of the week but not the end of the news, perhaps. This weekend is PAX Prime West up in Seattle, which means plenty of last-ditch efforts for publishers to stand out before heading into the crowded fall release calendar.
A live-action trailer, for instance? We've got one of those for Destiny 2 as it approaches its console release, plus Divinity: Original Sin II lets you play as a face-stealing skeleton, Sunless Skies hits early access, Vermintide secures a sequel, and more.
This is gaming news for August 28 to September 1.So many sinners
Hard to believe is only weeks away. It seems like just yesterday Chris Avellone was completely ruining (improving?) my of the game. But it’s true—the isometric follow-up is due out on September 14, less than two weeks from now, and celebrated that milestone this week by revealing the final race players can take on: Undead.

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