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Looks Like A Gay Pornstar Is In The Nintendo Switch

In Japan, there is an infamous gay porno called A Midsummer Night’s Lewd Dream. The flick has spawned seemingly endless memes online in Japan. It appears like one of its stars is in the Nintendo Switch’s Photo Album set-up screen. As Know Your Meme explains, A Midsummer’s Night Lewd Dream has often long been ridiculed online in Japan for its ridiculous, over-the-top acting. Even now, the film’s characters still pop up online in memes. One …

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Nintendo Switch lets gamers play in both the real world and Zelda’s

The best part of Nintendo’s classic video game franchise “The Legend of Zelda” has always been its immersive world. This is why, when I was 11 years old, I would spend all day exploring the many lands of Hyrule in “The Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time” on Nintendo 64. Now, as an adult, I (unfortunately) don’t have the luxury of sitting home for ten hours a day. Enter the Switch. With Nintendo (NTDOF)‘s latest …

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Nintendo Switch console review | GamesRadar+

After years of speculation, the wait for the new Nintendo console is finally over. The Nintendo Switch is releasing worldwide right now, and if you’ve been lucky enough to secure yourself a pre-order then you might even have one in your hands as you’re reading this. But for those who haven’t been quite as lucky (not to mention those sensible souls that aren’t prepared to drop $299.99 on a device that’s still unproven) there are …

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Analyst Predicts The Nintendo Switch Will Have A Sluggish Start With 5M Sales In 2017 – Forbes

Forbes Analyst Predicts The Nintendo Switch Will Have A Sluggish Start With 5M Sales In 2017ForbesThere’s only one more day until the full, worldwide release of the Nintendo Switch, and analyst firm SuperData has decided on a final prediction for how the console will perform in its first year. And it’s a bit….grim. SuperData estimates that the …Nintendo Switch: A Blast at Home, So-So on the GoNew York TimesThe Nintendo Switch has a secret browser, …

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Nintendo Switch: A Blast at Home, So-So on the Go

So what’s to lose? There won’t be many games available for the Switch on Day 1, with only 10 titles releasing alongside the device on Friday. There were also some bugs in the unit I tested, including one that made the device fail to power on for a day. Continue reading the main story The Switch also lacks some important features like compatibility with Bluetooth earphones, and is mediocre as a portable gaming device, with …

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Switch Will Be The Second Best Selling Nintendo Console Of All Time

by Sam Vines-Stancill, Gamer News Daily Contributing Author Switch has almost none of the disadvantages of the Wii U and all of the advantages of its more popular predecessors. It will not only outsell the previous Nintendo console, but most likely the NES as well. The internet is rumbling, like the movement of a landfill site over a tectonic plate. If you listen careful, you can make out the sounds: “Wii U 2”. Yes, gamers are tripping …

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A Day One Patch Reveals The Nintendo Switch Is Still Using Friend Codes – Forbes

Forbes A Day One Patch Reveals The Nintendo Switch Is Still Using Friend CodesForbesA new day one patch that activates many of the Nintendo Switch’s online features before launch has just gone live. While it’s cool to see the eShop populate itself with new titles, and show off cool features like easily downloadable demos for games …Nintendo Switch: Friend Codes Return In Day One UpdateGameSpotNintendo Switch is here but I’m still playing my N64The GuardianNintendo …

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Nintendo Switch is here but I’m still playing my N64 | Technology

Twenty years ago, the Nintendo 64 came to Europe for the first time. Though it rarely makes it onto top-ten lists of home consoles, and probably isn’t even in the top three just from Nintendo, the N64 changed my life forever. Some might not consider the N64 to have acquired that retro status afforded to the likes of the NES (1983) or Sega Mega Drive (1988), but for those of us born in the 90s …

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Syria, ‘Brexit,’ Nintendo Switch: Your Thursday Briefing

Good morning. Here’s what you need to know: Photo Credit Al Drago/The New York Times • In their final days in office, Obama administration officials scrambled to ensure that intelligence on Russian efforts to interfere in the American presidential election and Moscow’s connections with members of the Trump campaign was preserved. U.S. allies, including the British and the Dutch, had provided information describing meetings in Europe between people close to the Kremlin and associates of …

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Nintendo Switch Cartridges Taste So Bad

GIF The Switch is almost upon us, and while there’s still a lot to discover about Nintendo’s latest console, one pressing question has been answered. “How do the cartridges taste?” So bad. Oh god, so bad. The subject of the taste of Nintendo Switch cartridges was first raised by game journalist and eater of things Jeff Gerstmann, who in the course of his exploration of the new console decided to stick one of the cartridges …

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‘Ultra Street Fighter II: The Final Challengers’ Coming To Nintendo Switch This May – Forbes

Forbes ‘Ultra Street Fighter II: The Final Challengers’ Coming To Nintendo Switch This MayForbesUltra Street Fighter II: The Final Challengers is coming to Nintendo’s new Switch console on May 26th according to Capcom. The game will cost $40, and will feature Evil Ryu and Violent Ken in the same game for the first time. You’ll even be able to …Ultra Street Fighter 2: The Final Challengers hits Nintendo Switch in MayPolygon all 28 news articles » …

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The Nintendo Switch indie strategy: release new games every week

Nintendo has a revised strategy for indie games: look forward rather than backward. That goal is a bit loaded. On one hand, it speaks to a general concept of newness. Its slate of upcoming indie games, which will be charged with filling the Switch’s slim release calendar, are largely new releases, many debuting exclusively on the portable-console hybrid. That is to say, few of them are releases of games that have appeared elsewhere (Stardew Valley …

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Nintendo Switch review: pure potential

I am only about five hours through the new Legend of Zelda right now, but it’s clear to me that I’ll probably spend dozens, if not hundreds, of hours exploring the world, killing Moblins, and collecting treasure. At any other point in my life, that time would also be spent merging my body with the cushions of my couch, taking a break only when I had to let someone else use the TV or, you …

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Feature: Snipperclips – Working With Nintendo To Create A Switch Co-Op Classic

Since we grabbed some time with it at the end of a January Nintendo Switch preview event, we’ve been looking forward to Snipperclips – Cut it out, together!. Conceptually it is a game that can work on any system with at least two pads, but the ‘play anywhere’ multiplayer of the Switch makes it the perfect home for this co-op experience. On top of that its colourful and zany art style, combined with its unique …

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