The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild was previously reported to have been delayed to June, but new reports suggest that is no longer the case. At least in North America and Japan, it now appears the game will launch with the…
German company Snakebyte has announced a line of Nintendo Switch accessories, including a foldable headset and a "starter kit" with screen protectors. The company has also unveiled a few extras for the NES Classic system.
John Hardin, a PR manager for Atlus, confirmed the company's partnership with Nintendo for the Switch does not include Yakuza 0 or Persona 5. Rather, both of these games will remain exclusive to Sony's platforms.
Rumors are circulating that the long-awaited sequel to Beyond Good & Evil and a new translation of Mother 3 will be officially announced at Nintendo's Switch reveal event, which is scheduled for next week.
Electronic Arts and BioWare currently have no plans to bring the upcoming game Mass Effect: Andromeda to the Nintendo Switch. The sci-fi epic has been announced for PC and both Xbox One and PlayStation 4.
Recent FCC filings show that the battery on the Nintendo Switch cannot be swapped out, limiting the handheld console's on-the-go lifespan. For the Wii U, Nintendo released an extended battery pack that held an eight-hour charge.
Android users could be receiving Super Mario Run sooner rather than later, as the game is available for pre-registration right now. It launched earlier this month for iOS devices and set records on the App Store charts.
Nintendo has unveiled a QR-based rewards system that will give players extra bonuses for attending specific events or visiting Nintendo locations. The system uses "My Nintendo," meaning the rewards will likely be digital.
The Nintendo Switch was previously believed to sport a 720p display, but a new report suggests that the console will actually feature a 1080p screen. More information on the upcoming console will be revealed on January 12.
Four days is all it took for Nintendo's Super Mario Run to become the fastest-growing app ever. With more than 40 million downloads and tens of millions of dollars earned, Nintendo will no doubt release more mobile titles in the future.