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SanDisk’s Switch MicroSD Card is a Good But Pricey Nintendo Storage Solution

The Nintendo Switch is having a pretty fantastic debut year, to say the least. The console/handheld hybrid has already amassed a very solid list of games. But if you want to play those games on the go without dragging a bunch of cartridges around, or play the plethora of cool games that are download-only, you’re going to need a microSD card for external storage sooner rather than later. The Switch has 32GB of internal storage, but …

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Nintendo Is Having A Very Good Year

This week’s Nintendo financial briefings revealed one undeniable fact: the company is having a killer 2017. Between Mario, Zelda, and the red-hot Switch, Nintendo hasn’t had a year this good in a very long time. A few stats: Nintendo sold over two million copies of Super Mario Odyssey in just three days, which is remarkable. Equivalent global numbers for the last 3D Mario game, Super Mario 3D World, aren’t available, but back in December 2013, …

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Green Man Gaming’s Halloween Sale has several good games for less than $5

Green Man Gaming’s Halloween Sale has several good games for less than $5 | PCWorld Halloween just isn’t Halloween without zombies. Thank you Your message has been sent. Sorry There was an error emailing this page. By Ian Paul Contributor, PCWorld | Oct 26, 2017 11:50 AM PT Green Man Gaming “);});try{$(“div.lazyload_blox_ad”).lazyLoadAd({threshold:0,forceLoad:false,onLoad:false,onComplete:false,timeout:1500,debug:false,xray:false});}catch(exception){console.log(“error loading lazyload_ad “+exception);}}); Halloween is just around the corner, and Green Man Gaming wants to help you get into the spooky spirit. The …

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The Kinect was good. It just wasn’t good for gaming.

Microsoft discontinued the Kinect today, ending the motion-sensing Xbox peripheral’s lifespan after seven long years of gaming mediocrity and wasted potential.  Although the Kinect wasn’t exactly a huge success and barely supported any games worth playing for more than a few hours, it managed to leave a lasting mark not just on gaming, but on the technology world at large. The chronicles The Kinect was first revealed at E3 2009 when it was still going …

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How to get a good Xbox One deal this Black Friday in the US

It’s the annual shopping extravaganza, now that Black Friday in the US stretches way beyond its Thanksgiving roots and has become the number one deal-hunting event in the run up to Christmas. For gamers, it’s often the best time of year to pick up a stunning bargain, and if you’re after an Xbox deal, there’s lots to suggest this year may be the best yet. Black Friday 2017 will land just two weeks after the …

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Staunton’s Greater Good Gaming wants to change the way you think about video gamers

STAUNTON – You open your eyes and glance at the clock sitting on the bedside table. It’s 4 a.m. You turn your head in the direction of the doorway and glance down the hallway. You can hear it. That faint familiar sound you have come to know so well. As you put on your robe and make your way to your child’s bedroom you see the flickering light seeping through the cracks of his door.  You take …

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This is how good PS3 games were meant to look

Be sure to view full-screen and at full resolution on a high-res monitor to really see the difference. Fans of classic gaming emulation know that modern emulators can do a lot to sharpen up the standard-definition sprites and polygons made for consoles designed to be played on low-resolution tube TVs. This weekend, though, an update to the RPCS3 emulator showed how much resolution scaling can improve the look of even early HD games. While the …

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Dead by Daylight Nintendo Switch, Xbox One X UPDATE – Good news and bad news for fans | Gaming | Entertainment

Dead by Daylight developer Behaviour Interactive has good news and bad news for fans, as speculation about the next DLC character rumbles on. The bad news is that the multiplayer horror game won’t be coming to Nintendo Switch.  Lead designer Mathieu Cote told DualShockers that the controls and technical requirements would make it difficult to port the game over. Control issues were also a factor in the decision not to release Lawbreakers on Nintendo Switch. It’s better …

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Xbox One X secret REVEALED – Hidden feature is GOOD NEWS for Halo fans | Gaming | Entertainment

Xbox One X is hiding a hidden surprise for Halo fans, it has been revealed. With the Xbox One X release date creeping up fast, fans have discovered a Master Chief Easter egg hidden within the console itself. As YouTube channel unocero points out, the console’s board has an etching of Master Chief riding a scorpion. This is a reference to the Xbox One X’s Project Scorpio codename. Interestingly, it’s not the first time Microsoft has …

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Free Xbox One X Consoles Available If You’re Good Enough At Capture The Flag

Mountain Dew and Doritos today announced a special promotion through which you could win an Xbox One X–if you’re good enough at real-life capture the flag. “The Drop Zone” is what the companies are calling a “technology driven” capture-the-flag contest. Here’s how it works: Drop Zone events will be held in New York, Los Angeles, and Chicago on the weekend of November 10 (which is after the Xbox One X launches on November 7). If …

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Cuphead sales figures is good news for Xbox One fans | Gaming | Entertainment

Cuphead is one of the biggest exclusives arriving on the Xbox One, Xbox One X and Windows PCs this year, and the sales figures for the run-and-gun game are already very impressive. Cuphead was ranked as the fourth best-selling game on Steam in the latest Steam Charts, according to Rock Paper Shotgun. This was made even more impressive by the fact the charts covered a seven day period, and Cuphead was only on sale for …

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The Good Life’s protagonist turns into an animal during her period

Subscribe to PCGamesN on YouTube Swery is known for making some very strange games. Deadly Premonition is pretty sincere in its portrayal of a cast of weirdos, but D4 went all-in on the insanity. The Good Life seems to be somewhere in the middle, with a zany cast of villagers that turn into either dogs or cats at night, depending on which version you buy. The protagonist ends up with the same ability, and now …

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How Good Is Nintendo’s Tech Support? Report Card 2017

Nintendo’s been on a roll lately, launching the red-hot Nintendo Switch and releasing great games like Breath of the Wild and Splatoon 2. But how reliable is the company once you need help with those products? Nintendo’s tech support is a tale of two offerings. On one side, you’ve got an incredibly robust support website and helpful phone agents who can solve problems in minutes. But if you’re seeking help from Nintendo on social media, …

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Samsung Notebook 9 Pro review: Good at almost everything, including light gaming

The Samsung Notebook 9 Pro is aiming for the middle, in a good way. Compared to other models we’ve tested recently that offer a high-resolution touchscreen display, a 360-degree hinge, a cool metal chassis, and even pen support, it’s carefully designed to offer a little bit of everything, with a few standout features: a discrete Radeon RX 540 GPU, an integrated S-Pen with special Samsung applications as well as Windows 10 inking compatibility, and impressively …

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Good gaming journalism needs know-how

As I watched the video game character move back and forth on the screen, struggling and failing to make a simple jump, I couldn’t help but cringe. I was shocked to discover the identity of the player grappling with a game tutorial with so much difficulty was an “experienced” gaming journalist. Video game commentator and reviewer Dean Takahashi uploaded a 26-minute video to YouTube last month intended to act as a demo of the upcoming …

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