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Rainbow Six Siege not coming to the Nintendo Switch

Ubisoft has announced that technical constraints have prevented the team-based first-person shooter releasing on the Nintendo Switch. Alexandre Remy, Rainbow Six Siege brand director, explained that Rainbow Six Seige’s frame rate, 60 fps is “a bit  CPU heavy and Switch is not yet the Nintendo console where it’ll be.” Ubisoft has already released titles onto ...
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Gone Home Celebrates Its 5th Year Anniversary With Switch Reveal

Since its initial 2013 PC release, Fullbright has managed to get their ‘Walking Simulator’ Gone Home on to virtually every platform on the market. Now we can add the Nintendo Switch to that list, as the developers have teamed up with Blitworks to port the highly regarded indie title. The aptly named Gone Home has ...
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Diablo III Announced For Switch This Fall

There has been a long list of rumors and leaks regarding the possibility of Blizzard’s Diablo III making its way to Nintendo’s platform, but now it just may be nearing reality. On Wednesday, a leak surfaced that an announcement for the Switch version of the game will arrive soon. The expectation is that a release date ...
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Hitting the Reset Button on Super Smash Bros.

After four years of Smash for Wii U (Smash 4), this era is finally coming to a close. The excitement that surrounded Smash 4 was not only because of a new Smash game on a new console, it was the opportunity to see the top players from Brawl move over to a new game, along with ...
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Super Smash Bros. Creator Has Finally Embraced Competitive Smash

“It’s just a party game, stop pretending to be FGC!” “Why don’t you guys pick up a MAN’S game like Street Fighter or Tekken?” “Only little kids play Smash.” These comments and many more like them have rung out in the halls of many venues and social media outlets. When it comes to the fighting ...
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Switch Online Service Will Have Cloud Saves, NES Games with Online Mode

Switch owners won’t have to worry about losing their saves come September…sort of. In a tweet on August 9th, Nintendo unveiled more of its plans for Switch Online. Nintendo writes “#NintendoSwitchOnline will launch in the second half of September. The service provides access to online play & Save Data Cloud backup in compatible games and ...
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Stick Of Truth Listed For Switch According To Financial Report

Nintendo Switch owners are already able to experience the sequel to Ubisoft’s 2014 South Park game The Fractured But Whole, but now it seems we might get the first installment coming to the Switch. In a recent financial report, Ubisoft has South Park: The Stick of Truth listed for the Nintendo console. Obsidian’s title, originally released for Xbox ...
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Gyro Aiming Comes To Fortnite On Switch

As part of the latest update that came to Fortnite, the Switch version got a tweak for players who are having difficulty playing. For those who play shooters on the Nintendo Switch can notice that the analog sticks lack when trying to get precise aiming. But with the joycons hardware, players can use the gyroscope ...
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Warframe Announced For Nintendo Switch

With the list of titles coming over to the Nintendo Switch recently, it’s pretty unpredictable to guess what title is next to come to the platform. Revealed at this year’s TennoCon that Digital Extremes along with Panic Button will be partnering to bring Warframe to Nintendo’s console. Seeing that Panic Button will be working on the port ...
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Bethesda Looking To Bring More Titles To Switch

With the Nintendo Switch expanding as a platform, more third party developers have a growing interest in getting their titles on Nintendo’s console. With Bethesda they already have three games on the Switch and have more that they would want to bring to the console/handheld hybrid. The three major titles from Bethesda on the Nintendo ...
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Nintendo Bringing Three New Characters To Mario Tennis Aces For Free this Fall

Following the launch of Nintendo’s tennis-based title Mario Tennis Aces, the title got decently received and is a fun time for those who want a break from other recent titles on the Switch. Nintnedo has more planned for the future of the sports game as just they announced that three new characters will be coming in ...
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Panic Button Is Up For Wolfenstein: The New Order On Switch, But Only If Bethesda Is Too

Closing up on the release of the Wolfenstein sequel Wolfenstein II: The New Colossus for Nintendo Switch, port studio Panic Button was recently asked by GameSpot if there was any chance of seeing the first title getting it’s own port. The studio’s CEO responded that the team is open to the idea, but Bethesda has ...
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Monster Hunter World "Can't Be Done" For Switch

Capcom’s latest installment in the Monster Hunter franchise Monster Hunter World released for Xbox One and Playstation 4 earlier this year and to be releasing on PC this Fall. But for fans hoping to see this reaching the Nintendo e-Shop will be disappointed to hear that it’s not happening. In a recent shareholder meeting, Capcom ...
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David Hayter Returns As Snake For Super Bomberman R With Other Konami Characters

A trailer surfaced introducing a line of new characters that will be making their way to the roster for Super Bomberman R. One that’s an eye opener is Solid Snake and Naked Snake from the Metal Gear Solid franchise will be coming, and both will be voiced by David Hayter. The original voice of Snake ...
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Pre-Orders For Let's Go Pikachu + Pokeball Plus Cancelled on Amazon

The newest titles for the Pokémon franchise Let’s Go Eevee and Let’s Go Pikachu left fans excited to be returning to Kanto with a Pokémon companion to follow them. With this announcement almost a month ago also revealed an bundle with a Pokéball compatible with the game for players to use when playing the upcoming titles ...
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