The Tomorrow Corporation who created World of Good, Little Inferno and Human Resource Machine confirmed that they had submitted the games to Nintendo. Now its a waiting game for Nintendo’s approval. Hopefully, that will be soon; in the meantime, we can look forward to more games to play on the Switch.
Thanks to Reddit we have found out that while in tablet mode the Nintendo Switch can be used with a wired ethernet connection. This does require an adapter, USB-C to ethernet available on Amazon. This is great news for gamers who may have slow internet or no wireless internet. Check out the images below:
Many gamers never think about what it’s like for players with disabilities. 1-2 Switch takes a new approach to gaming without using the screen and relying on feedback and sounds to play. 1-2 Switch is the game that those who are blind or hearing-impaired can play with their…
The Switch was just released yesterday, but iFixit has already torn apart the brand new console and rated its repairability a respectful 8/10.
The wrist traps on the Joy-Con Controllers, when connected upside-down, seem to be giving people headaches when attempting to be removed. Fans on Twitter and Reddit have been voicing their concerns — some even getting them stuck for an extended period of time.
The Switch is currently one of the most portable home gaming consoles, but carrying around a dock could ruin that experience. If you would like the convenience of connecting and charging your Switch in other rooms throughout your house, Nintendo is now allowing individual…
IGN created a video about how the Switch was created and the thought process behind its portable design. Seen in the interview between Koizumi and Takahash below, the video is five minutes long and quite informative.
YouTube channel DreWoof posted a video of the Nintendo Switch Pro Controller working on a PC by the way of Bluetooth. Nintendo never mentioned or informed the public about this functionality, but it’s certainly a nice surprise.
Game Informer created a video, featured below, to see if the public knows about the Nintendo Switch. This could be a sign of how the Switch will sell because many believe the failure of the Wii U was due to a lack of marketing.
The Switch’s most anticipated launch title, The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild, will be 13.4 GB in size for the eShop download. The Wii U version, however, clocks in at about 13 GB. Source