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The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild Release Date Leaked?

Nintendo had recently confirmed that its upcoming addition to the Zelda franchise, Breath of the Wild has been delayed and will no longer be a launch title for the Nintendo Switch. Though no more details were given regarding the release date, it might have been (inadvertently) leaked when the game is coming out. Target’s website with a listing for the title now shows a release date for Breath of the Wild.  Considering that when retailers generally use the beginning or the end of a month as placeholders while listing products on the website, this might be pretty close to the actual release date. Coincidentally, June 13th is also the opening day for the E3 2017 conference. Looks like Nintendo’s planning a big surprise for all of us. The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild will ha...

Breath Of the Wild Delayed, Won’t Be A Nintendo Switch Launch Title

The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild, Nintendo’s biggest upcoming title has been pushed further back, and will miss the launch date for the Nintendo Switch. According to Eurogamer, a new report which details the game’s current state of development, and which tallies with information provided to them by sources close to Nintendo, “four-to-six months of testing will follow” before the game launches. Breath of the Wild was first announced in 2013 and was set to launch for the Wii U in 2015, but since then has been delayed multiple times. It was supposed to be a launch title for the Nintendo Switch, but has been delayed again. One of the main reasons for the game’s delay has to do with localisation. Given its scope, it has been difficult for Nintendo to localize all ...

Nintendo Switch’s Rumored Specs

Nintendo’s upcoming and perhaps game-changing platform, the Nintendo Switch, will have 4GB of RAM and as an internal storage capacity of 32GB according to an accomplice who is well connected with the Nintendo industry. The rumor was started by Emily Rogers, who has in the past, has been fairly accurate with such predictions. She claimed that the “NX” (now known as the Switch) would have a 6.2” 720p multi-touch display. Nintendo didn’t reveal any technical hardware details when they unveiled their new platform two weeks ago. If we are to take Emily’s predictions as the truth, then Nintendo Switch retail units will have 4GB of RAM, the same amount as the Swtich development kits and double the memory amount inside the Wii U. Alright. I have some good news. I can ...

Nintendo Switch To Have 720p Capacitive Touchscreen and IR

Last week Nintendo revealed their upcoming console, the Nintendo Switch (previously known as the mysterious NX), and even though the trailer had a lot of razzle dazzle, there still a lot of detail that’s missing. According to a report by Eurogamer, a number of their sources who previously told them about the device’s design and detachable controllers have confirmed some more details about the console. The Nintendo Switch will supposedly have a 6.2 inch, 720p capacitive multi-touch screen. This model is in stark contrast to the 3DS and Wii U, which have resistive touchscreen which less precise and single-touch. The Switch’s screen will feature a 10-point multi-touch display, enabling support for multi-finger gestures. Addressing the matter of how the touchscreen will work ...

Here’s Why The Nintendo Switch Is The Best Thing To Be Announced This Year

Last Thursday, Nintendo finally revealed their upcoming device, the Nintendo Switch (previously codenamed the NX), and it just might be the best thing to happen to video games yet. At first look, the trailer seems to be full of gimmicks, and it may be true. But here’s the thing, Nintendo’s strength lies in its gimmicks. For instance, take the Nintendo 3DS or the Wii U. And the Wii U wasn’t even the best thing Nintendo has made, partly because of the game library (but that’s just my opinion). Right now, the world is obsessed with VR, 4K/60 FPS and HDR, and frankly, it’s pleasant to see that someone is trying to go in a different direction. The focus of the Switch seems to be on-the-go gaming while maintaining a model that you can use for couch gaming on the big...

These Latest Trailers Show How Amazing The New Zelda Title Looks

People are really excited about The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild, and frankly, it’s quite hard not to be. Nintendo’s upcoming addition to the Zelda franchise promises to offer a lot more than its predecessors in terms of gameplay and mechanics, as shown by a bunch of trailers recently released for the game. Check these out and bask in the glory of the wild. The first trailer is all about Link running in the vast varying land, showcasing different movement mechanics, from sprinting, to gliding to something that is very close to snowboarding. It successfully shows off the beautiful setting of the game. The second trailer is a bit more interesting, focusing on the combat and interaction, which frankly consists of some very innovative elements. Some of it looks funny, sure, ...

Nintendo NX Officially Announced As Nintendo Switch

In an introductory video released today, Nintendo provided the first glimpse of its new home gaming system and revealed that it is called Nintendo Switch. In addition to providing single and multiplayer thrills at home, the Nintendo Switch system also enables gamers to play the same title wherever, whenever and with whomever they choose. The mobility of a handheld is now added to the power of a home gaming system to enable unprecedented new video game play styles. At home, Nintendo Switch rests in the Nintendo Switch Dock that connects the system to the TV and lets you play with family and friends in the comfort of your living room. By simply lifting Nintendo Switch from the dock, the system will instantly transition to portable mode, and the same great gaming experience that was being enj...

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