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The Switch Needs Wii Tennis

While the portability of the Switch is a big drawcard, and the lineup of released and announced first-party games is looking good, the platform is still missing something massive.Wii Tennis.

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Source: N4G – Wii U News

 

User-created tool helps you make drawings in Splatoon 2

But it takes an hour to make one drawing.

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Source: Wii U Daily – Wii U News

 

Nintendo Switch Shipped 4.7 Million Units by June 2017

Nintendo provides an update on Switch, Wii U and 3DS shipments, and a projection for the end of the current fiscal year.

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Source: N4G – Wii U News

 

Rayman Legends: Definitive Edition gets a launch date trailer

Rayman Legends: Definite Edition has a brand new trailer with a release date.

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Source: Wii U Daily – Wii U News

 

Breadth of the Wild: How Zeldas World is Both Inviting and Ingenious

Hardcore Gamer: When you hit the 85th or 86th hour of a game in one of your many glides high above Hyrule and go: hang on, whats that?that right there is a very special something in video games. Something I rarely find and one Breath of the Wild, increasingly, …

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Source: N4G – Wii U News

 

Minecraft Switch update adds 1080p mode

Game is now in 1080p when docked.

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Source: Wii U Daily – Wii U News

 

Mega64 proves Wii U Classic isnt that far away from reality

After the NES Classic being released, the SNES Classic eligible for pre-order and hints of an N64 Classic on the horizon, Mega64 dives even deeper; into the future.

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Source: N4G – Wii U News

 

Minecraft Switch patch bumps resolution to 1080p docked

Minecraft now supports 1080p while docked on the Nintendo Switch.

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Source: Wii U Daily – Wii U News

 

Love it or hate it, it sounds like Mario Kart’s Blue Shell is here to stay

It is, almost without doubt, one of the most infuriating things that can happen to you in games.

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Source: N4G – Wii U News

 

The Big Trends Shaping Games Culture Right Now

As you would expect for any technology-driven industry, gaming is always going to experience rather fast rates of change. However, the changes seen in the past couple of years alone and expected through 2017 are on a whole new level. Business models, hardware specs, new ways to play, and to experience …

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Source: N4G – Wii U News