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Nintendo at E3 2019: Luigi's Mansion 3, Breath of the Wild sequel, Link’s Awakening, and more

Nintendo just showed a lot of new games at E3 2019, including a sequel to The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild, No More Heroes 3 is in development, the Switch remake of Link’s Awakening will land on September 20, Banjo-Kazooie is coming to Super Smash Bros. Ultimate, and much more.

Xiaomi Mi Mix 3 to Oculus Go: 10 gadgets you can’t officially buy in India yet

From Xiaomi Mi Mix 3 to Oculus Go, here is a list of ten gadgets that consumers can't buy in India yet.


Nintendo bets new hex-nut Pokémon will boost Switch sales

Nintendo believes this will make a great gifting product over the holiday sales season and is a key reason it hasn’t dropped its Switch full-year shipment forecast.

Top video games of September 2018: Marvel's Spider-Man, FIFA 19 to Shadow of the Tomb Raider

Here's a list of games like FIFA 19, Marvel's Spider-Man, NBA 2K19, Walking Dead - The Final Season and Dragon Ball FighterZ that you would love to get your hands on this September.

Nintendo announces wireless NES controllers to play classic games on Switch Online

The controller will be available for Switch owners to purchase starting September 18 in a bundle of two.

E3 2018: Fortnite is now available for free on Nintendo Switch

Nintendo Switch is the latest console to get Fortnite: Battle Royale. The popular game is already available on the PlayStation 4,  Xbox One, Windows 10 PC, Mac, and mobile devices.


Five points where the Nintendo Switch scores over a PlayStation Vita

The Nintendo Switch may not be as pocketable as a PS Vita but it still has a lot going for it

Five reasons why you should still purchase a Sony PlayStation Vita over a Nintendo Switch

Nintendo Switch may be the top portable gaming console currently but we have strong reasons to believe that the PS Vita is still a better buy. Here's why:

Nintendo Switch sales hit 14.86 million worldwide in 10 months

Nintendo has managed to sell 14.86 million units of Switch in a matter of 10 months of being in the market. The console rivals Sony's PlayStation 4 and Microsoft's Xbox One.

Nintendo Switch is undeniably cool, and that’s where it succeeds

Nintendo Switch is both a handheld and home console - something I feel no other company has been able to do so.