A few weeks after its official launch, the Nintendo Switch continues to sell out most of it restocks.
Even with its continued success and popularity, the Nintendo Switch also has its fair share of negative reviews.
Nintendo Switch brings a definitive version of “Mario Kart 8 Deluxe” on April 28. The highly awaited game is expected to come with more content and new features, taking advantage as well of the portability of the console.
Some reports have noted that Nintendo Switch games are on the pricey side.
Just a few weeks after its launching, the Nintendo Switch has already been hacked and did not even require a very specialized program.
Nintendo Switch has a wide array of games, but which ones are recommended?
Nintendo Switch has been reported with issues that concern the console screens with scratches. The manufacturer, however, denied allegations that they have pulled the dock stock from their online store.
“RiME” is all set for on May 26 release for PlayStation 4, Xbox One and Windows PC for $30. However, its Nintendo Switch version will cost $10 more. "Super Smash Bros." is also hinted to arrive for Switch, according to Nintendo America.
Sony's popular console, PS4 is obviously attracting more and more buyers as the unit sales are consistently increasing in the month of February.
The Nintendo Switch has reportedly become the fastest-selling console in the US and has apparently outperformed the Nintendo Wii based on the first two days of sales.
While most of the Nintendo Switch news are mostly positive, it appears the new game system has already earned some negative publicity due to Nintendo's response to consumer complaints.
Nintendo Switch will support “Ultra Street Fighter III: Final Challenges” and will be released on May 26. Meantime, “VOEZ” is the first portable mode only for the new gaming console.
The Nintendo Switch launch and aftermath was met with mostly positive feedback and praises.
Even in an ideal relationship, it is sometimes difficult for a couple to find a game they would both play together.
The Nintendo Switch is speculated to run on an an operating system similar to what Sony uses on the PlayStation 4. However, any adhesives like stickers may be banned from the controllers or the console itself.