Nintendo seems to be bringing an SNES Switch controller according to an FCC filing. Hell yeah, that old school feel!
Playing local co-op on the Switch is fucking fun, dudes. However, it’s not as fucking fun as it could be, because the Joy-Cons are so fucking tiny. But there seems to be a solution coming down the line. Fine, another solution. I know you’re going to tell me the Pro Controller exists. This solution? A fucking SNES controller!
The Nintendo Switch is still absolutely fucking beasting, friends. Meanwhile, the current iterations of the PlayStation and Xbox are starting to flag behind in monthly sales. But, this makes sense. The Nintendo Switch dropped two years ago, while the other two are closing in on six years old. Still, it’s an interesting time in the console wars, no?
Nintendo planning to heavily increase Switch hardware production in 2018. Apparently they like money more than scarcity
Nintendo got themselves some fucking plans in 2018 to ramp up Switch production. Not exactly a fucking controversial move, here. You know, given that the console dropped two of the best reviewed games since I sprouted pubes in the same fucking year.
Many have wondered why Nintendo would rush out the broken-ass, under-supported, overly expensive Nintendo Switch. This is why. In case you were wondering.
According to a report, the Nintendo Switch is going to run 40% slower while it’s undocked. With great mobility comes great cost, it appears. As someone who both wants a Switch and doesn’t mobile game at all, this doesn’t bother me. But I imagine it may bum some folk out?
I’m already *way* in on the Nintendo Switch. I mean. They had me at first-party titles. I mean. They *really* had me at the new Zelda. But if you’re not convinced, perhaps attending the mofuckin’ rolling Switch tour that Nintendo is rolling out next month can convince you.
Nintendo is unveiling the fuck out of the Switch in Japan on January 12. Yes, yes they are. However, they’re also following that event up a day later, with a “hands-on” event in New York.
Woah. This week, Nintendo is officially ceasing production of the Wii U. I guess they’re fully switching (ha!) their focus to its successor.