Disc-free Portable powerhouse The Xbox One S All-Digital is an excellent console with a ton of incredible games owing to a mature library that's been developing since 2013. Most of the third-party games available on the Nintendo Switch are also available on the Xbox One S All-Digital, and are often cheaper than their Nintendo counterparts. It lacks the "wow" factor of the Switch, however, with zero portability, and none of the hot Nintendo franchises like Zelda, Pokémon, and Mario. $250 at Microsoft Pros Huge library of current-gen titles Cheaper than the Nintendo Switch Often has cheaper games More powerful 4K media apps Cons No portability Arguably less-compelling exclusives Requires dedicated space No option for physical game ownership The Nintendo Switch is the best-selling console right now for a reason. Its portable, versatile design lends itself well to gaming on the go. Whether you want to pop off the controllers and gain instant co-op play, extend the … [Read more...] about Xbox One S All-Digital vs. Nintendo Switch: Which console should you buy?
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Feb 16, 5:09 AM EST Newsletter Signup BusinessTechnologyWorldNationalMedia & CultureOpinionSportsLuxury Technology By Joseph Patrick 02/16/19 AT 5:00 AM Nintendo needs all the help it can right now to catch up with its rivals in the gaming console industry. Already suggested are the coming of a Nintendo Switch Pro and a Nintendo Switch Lite. How about a Nintendo Switch VR?According to Emily Rogers of Nintendo World Report, unnamed sources claim that Nintendo is set to make a VR-related announcement this year. If true, it goes in line with a previously spotted patent suggesting that the Nintendo Switch will eventually get a VR headset. This was confirmed earlier this month by Japanese analyst Serkan Toto.Listen to Emily. https://t.co/JRHVeKw3HP— Dr. Serkan Toto (Kantan Games Inc.) (@serkantoto) February 16, 2019 But if the company is to succeed in integrating VR into the Nintendo Switch, they will need to resolve the problem of users being able to play VR games for … [Read more...] about Nintendo Switch Rumors: Plans To Integrate Virtual Reality Teased
After a months-long wait, Firewatch is just about ready for the Nintendo Switch. Campo Santo has announced that its outdoor adventure (and journey of self-discovery) will reach the hybrid console on December 17th through the Nintendo eShop in the Americas, Europe, Australia and Japan. It's the same game as you'll find on other consoles (with a "few tiny things" thrown in, the studio said), but that does mean you'll get post-launch additions like free roaming. There's no mention of pricing, but hey -- now's your chance to go on a virtual hike when you're outdoors in real life. … [Read more...] about ‘Firewatch’ comes to Nintendo Switch on December 17th
For the past couple weeks we've been tracking the best Black Friday deal on the Nintendo Switch -- without question one of the most popular gift items of 2018. But so far there's nothing that comes close to this.Today at 12 p.m. PT / 3 p.m. ET, Daily Steals (via Facebook) will have the Nintendo Switch game console for $179.99 shipped. (Right now, it just shows the regular, full retail price.) Sales tax applies in a handful of states.See it at FacebookBoth the gray and red-blue versions will be available -- while supplies last, of course. Obviously they won't last long at this price (we're talking minutes, not hours), but if you get there right when the sale starts, you should have a shot at it. As you might expect: One console per customer.Let me be clear: This will briefly melt the internet. This is by far the lowest price ever for the Switch, and I have no idea whether Facebook Marketplace will be able to handle the load. Fingers crossed -- but be prepared for glitches. (And don't … [Read more...] about This is the best Nintendo Switch deal in history
source BI Graphics You want to buy a modern video game console, and you have $300 to play with. What do you buy? For $300, you can buy a Nintendo Switch or a PlayStation 4 – both retail for exactly $300 before taxes, and offer their own unique video game experiences. If you’re on the fence, though, here are 10 reasons you should buy a Nintendo Switch instead of the PlayStation 4: 1. The Nintendo Switch can be played on your TV like a traditional game console, but it can also be taken anywhere. The PlayStation 4 <i>must</i> be connected to a power source and a TV to play games. source Getty Images/Michael Kovac 2. The Nintendo Switch boots up and powers down <i>much</i> faster than the PlayStation 4. source Nintendo This might seem like a small detail, but when you’re turning a game console on hundreds of times throughout the course of its life, every second counts. And the Nintendo Switch can boot up much faster than the … [Read more...] about 10 reasons you should buy a Nintendo Switch instead of the PlayStation 4