Gaming Nintendo Switch Op-ed 

Nintendo Switch Still Doesn’t Have Achievements. Here’s Why That’s Great

Nintendo Switch is the only major console that still doesn’t offer achievements. That’s due to Google Stadia joining in on the terrible achievements practice. It’s great that Nintendo doesn’t offer achievements on the Switch. With Google Stadia adding achievements to it’s streaming service, the Nintendo Switch is now the single holdout to not embrace the practice. That’s great since achievements are stupid anyway. Put down the pitchforks and hear me out. There are plenty of reasons that achievements are completely worthless. Easy achievements undercut the idea of achieving anything. |…

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Devil May Cry 3 Switch Release Shows Capcom Hates Nintendo Fans

Devil May Cry 3 is coming to the Nintendo Switch in February 2020. The game will cost $19.99 and is digital-only. The Devil May Cry HD Collection only costs $30 on other platforms. Devil May Cry 3 is coming to Switch on February 20, 2020, but fans of the series have to put up with Capcom’s ridiculous shenanigans again. Devil May Cry 3 will cost gamers $19.99 when it comes out on the Nintendo Switch. That’s the same price as the release of Devil May Cry, as well as Devil…

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Gaming nintendo Nintendo Switch 

Nintendo Joy-Con Drift Debacle Continues to Insult Loyal Customers

Joy-Con controllers have been suffering from drifting issues since the console released. Nintendo has refused to accept responsibility. The Switch Lite still suffers from the issue, which is an insult to the company’s customers. Joy-Con drift is sort of a dirty word for many gamers out there. It’s the phenomenon of Nintendo Switch controllers which develop a fault, causing their analog sticks to drift during use. The problem has become so wide-spread that Nintendo is actually being sued over it. To make matters worse, they flat out refuse to actually…

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Gaming nintendo Nintendo Switch Op-ed 

New Nintendo Switch Sales Data Release Exposes Glaring Strategic Flaw

Nintendo Switch sales figures are outpacing those of the company’s earlier consoles. This data release seems to suggest the console is a smashing success. However, the numbers don’t quite stand up to closer scrutiny. The Nintendo Switch crossed another milestone, surpassing 41 million unit sales. At first blush, that’s spectacular news for the video game giant. But is it enough? Switch Sales Pass Another Milestone The most recent update to Nintendo Switch sales reveals that the console has sold a total of 41.67 million units across its roughly two-and-a-half years…

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Gaming nintendo Nintendo Switch 

Nintendo Channels Wii Fit Success With ‘New Experience’ Hoop for Switch – CCN Markets

Nintendo has released a teaser trailer for an upcoming fitness-meets-gaming Switch accessory that despite first impressions isn’t some elaborate gag. | Photo by Frederic J. BROWN / AFP Nintendo is known for fostering its very own unique flavor of weird, and its latest offering taps generously into that rich tradition. The company has released a teaser trailer for an upcoming Switch accessory that despite first impressions isn’t some elaborate gag. Nintendo’s ‘New Experience’ The nearly 90-second clip is quintessentially Nintendo, channeling that family-friendly reputation it so carefully upholds and is…

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Gaming Nintendo Switch Untitled Goose Game 

Charming Oddity Untitled Goose Game to Land on Nintendo Switch – CCN Markets

Dev House House was out to ruffle some feathers by announcing the release date for possibly the best-titled game ever – Untitled Goose Game. | Source: Christian Petersen / Getty Images / AFP Melbourne-based four-person development team House House was out to ruffle some feathers when it announced yesterday the release date for possibly the best-titled game ever – Untitled Goose Game. Yes, you read that right – Untitled Goose Game. It’s finally time to honk. Untitled Goose Game is coming to Nintendo Switch, Mac & PC on September 20th.https://t.co/mLLf8rWG4b…

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Bethesda Gaming Nintendo Switch Op-ed XBox 

Gaming Publisher Bethesda Backpedals after Botched Doom Relaunch

The Doom games have received many re-releases over the years to more or less success, including a full reboot in the Spring of 2016. Most recently, 1993’s Doom, Doom II, and Doom 3 were rereleased by current series publisher Bethesda, which received a good deal of backlash in the process. On July 26, Bethesda rereleased the aforementioned Doom titles on Xbox One, PlayStation 4, Nintendo Switch, and mobile devices. The games were released in tandem with QuakeCon, a game conference celebrating Doom developer id Software and its Quake series. Bethesda…

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