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eShop Shown in new Nintendo Switch Trailer

While we all sit on our hands waiting to play our Switch and Zelda this Friday, Nintendo’s showing off the news app and the eShop app for its Nintendo Switch. While the Virtual Console won’...

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Nintendo Switch Review Round Up

While we plebes here at GameSpace wait patiently for our own Nintendo Switches to be delivered with the masses’ on Friday, we can’t help but read the reviews from larger media outlets arou...

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Shakedown Hawaii is coming to Nintendo Switch first

Shakedown Hawaii is coming to Nintendo Switch first as a time exclusive for the new portable console. The follow-up to Retro City Rampage comes almost five years after the game first launched on Windo...

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Nintendo Switch Day One Patch adds online features, physical games don’t require install

The Nintendo Switch day one patch adds online features, we’ve been told by Nintendo. This makes sense, of course, considering this new console is supposed to be more “online than ever̶...

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Nintendo eShop, Indie Titles Set for Switch Launch

With the launch of the Switch coming on March 3rd, players are curious about what will come with it. You can rest assured that the eShop will be open and filled with a nice array of independent titles...

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Leaked Nintendo Switches are Stolen, According to Nintendo

In a statement given to IGN, it turns out those “early shipments” of leaked Nintendo Switches are not early at all… they’re stolen. The statement reads: “Earlier this wee...

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Nintendo Switch Links Purchases From eShop To Your Nintendo Account

A lucky NeoGAF user by the name of hiphoptherobot got his hands on Nintendo Switch 2 weeks before the console is officially out. He posted a video of its unboxing earlier this week as well as a record...

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Nintendo plans to release “2-3 mobile games a year”

In a recent Investor Q&A session in Tokyo, President Tatsumi Kimishima stated that Nintendo hopes to continue its mobile gaming foray with 2-3 releases a year. He was then backed up further by Mar...

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