Nintendo News & Update: Nintendo Switch Games Gameplay, Mini NES Stock Update

By Arah TJ , Updated Dec 06, 2016 10:49 PM EST

The latest Nintendo news and update will surely bring joy to its fans. More games have been confirmed to come to Nintendo Switch.

Nintendo Switch developer Stardew Valley has announced plans to bring the farming sim to the Nintendo Switch next year. According to Express UK, the game was originally supposed to launch on the Wii U. It has since been cancelled in favor of the Switch version.

"Looking at Wii U and the current gaming landscape, we made the difficult choice to shift our development efforts to creating a version for Nintendo Switch," said the Stardew Valley creator.

There is Nintendo Switch rumor suggest that "Binding of Isaac Afterbirth+" will launch on the Nintendo Switch next year. According to the game's creator said, expect "Binding of Isaac" on PS4, Xbox One and one more console in 2017.

Last week, Nintendo Switch games were given new gameplay footage. Meanwhile, "The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild" appeared at The Game Awards.

The new Legend of Zelda video titled "Life in Ruins" says that "through destruction and chaos, life goes on in the world of Hyrule." Aside from that, it was also revealed what each "Legend of Zelda" amiibo unlocks in the main game.

By using different amiibo Link and Zelda figures unlock items, it would be easy to solve the quest. Below are the items and rewards that you can get by using t amiibo Link and Zelda figures unlock items: 8-bit Link rewards players a random number of barrels, Ocarina of Time Link rewards players a random amount of meat, Toon Link to give a random amount of fish and Wind Waker Zelda rewards a random selection of plants.

Nintendo MIni NES Stock Update 

Nintendo Classic Mini systems have become available throughout the United Kingdom last week. Some retailers were able to get their hands on a limited number of Mini NES units.

The retailers who have successfully gotten their hands on Nintendo Classic Mini stock were Toys R Us, Argos, GAME and Tesco, although units quickly sold out. A new report suggests that Amazon Italy will have more Nintendo Classic Mini NES stock on Monday, Dec. 12.

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