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Nintendo unveils new Mario, Zelda games to boost switch

Among the most promising new games are Super Mario Maker 2, which will go on sale in June, and Zelda: Link’s Awakening slated for some time this year.

Nintendo Switch sputtering less than two years after debut

Nintendo may already be thinking of new ways attract Switch buyers. The Nikkei newspaper reported on Friday that the company is planning to introduce a compact model by March 2020.

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Sony, Nintendo seen scoring strong Q3 earnings as console battle reaches next level

While the Japanese gaming giants Sony Corp and Nintendo Co Ltd battle through next stage in the lifecycles of their consoles, their quarterly earnings are expected to score strong this week.

Nintendo delays development of Metroid Prime 4 game for Switch

Nintendo's Metroid Prime 4 game was initially announced in 2017 and expected to be released in 2019-2020.

Black Friday 2018 sale: Top deals on Nintendo Switch, Google Pixel 3, Sony PlayStation VR, and more

Black Friday 2018: Here are the best deals on Nintendo Switch, Sony PlayStation VR, Google Pixel 3, Microsoft Surface Pro 6, and more.

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.

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Netflix, Amazon Prime Video streaming services shutting down on Nintendo Wii in January 2019

Nintendo is also shutting down its Nintendo Shop platform along with video streaming services like Netflix and Amazon Prime Video from January 31.

A decade late without key features, Nintendo is finally online

Nintendo’s late arrival is being met with jeers, not cheers, by large swathes of the gaming community.

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.

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