source Nintendo The Nintendo Switch Online service will launch in September and cost $20/year. You’ll need it to play certain games online. But you’ll also get some great benefits: At launch, Nintendo Switch Online will give access to a library of 20 classic NES games, upgraded with online play. You’ll also get cloud saves, so you can backup and restore your saved games. It’s an important step towards bolstering the Nintendo Switch’s online features, which lag the Xbox One and PlayStation 4. For years, Nintendo fans have fantasized about a paid online service that would grant access to Nintendo’s rich, decades-long library of classic games. For years, Nintendo has demurred. In 2018, that fantasy is finally becoming a reality, through the Nintendo Switch Online service. Nintendo’s new service costs $20 per year ($4/month, … [Read more...] about The Nintendo Switch online service costs $20/year, granting access to classic games and long-awaited new features
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It's official, Wolfenstein II: The New Colossus hits the Nintendo Switch on June 29th. A new YouTube post from Bethesda Softworks pegs that date for its debut on the portable console platform. The title has been available on Xbox One and PS4 for a little while now. It was also no surprise it was slated to arrive on the Switch in June.Still, it is nice to get Wolfenstein II's date locked down by Bethesda. The developer has a satisfying romp on its hands choc full of evil Nazi killing mayhem. It's about time Nintendo Switch fans can join in the action. … [Read more...] about Wolfenstein II to join Nintendo Switch ranks June 29
Ben Gilbert, provided by Published 8:25 am, Thursday, April 19, 2018 The Nintendo Switch is barely a year old, yet there's already a killer line-up of games available. Whether you're looking for Nintendo staples like "Mario" and "Zelda," fast-paced first-person shooters like "DOOM", or narrative-driven indie RPGs like "Golf Story," there's something for everyone on the Switch. Good news! We've put together a list of the best games to enjoy on Nintendo's latest console: Recommended Video: Now Playing: Super Mario continues to be a beloved Nintendo character, who's more than capable of hauling in the big bucks. Nintendo's latest Mario game, "Super Mario Odyssey," exceeded 2 million units worldwide in just three days, the company says. According to Fortune, these numbers put Super Mario Odyssey on track to be the best selling game for the Switch. Immensely successful games such as the latest Mario iteration helped Nintendo boost its … [Read more...] about The Nintendo Switch is the hottest game system right now — here are its 18 best games
Here's a handy guide to watching your favorite YouTubers on your Nintendo Switch! While it's solid on the game front, the Nintendo Switch has been a lot slower with other entertainment offerings. There isn't a way to watch Netflix or access a lot of other content on the Switch at the time of writing. There isn't even an official web browser! Fortunately, all is not lost. Not only does the Switch have a back way to get to a web browser, it's pretty easy to get to YouTube and other sites. This is how to use YouTube on your Nintendo Switch! Open your system settings. Tap Internet, then Internet settings. Open the connection you're currently connected to, then tap connection settings. Tap DNS settings, then tap Manual. Tap Primary DNS, then use the backspace key to erase the default address. Enter the following address: 220.127.116.11. Tap *Ok**. Tap Connect to network. You'll see that the connection errors out when it tries to connect to the Internet; this is normal. Tap Next, then … [Read more...] about How to watch YouTube videos on the Nintendo Switch!
Season two of Circuit Breaker Live is almost over, so you have to enjoy the show while you still can. Nilay’s wife Becky had a baby, so he’ll be streaming it live at home, just like you. His baby is going to learn about gadgets, just like you, too. As always, we’ll be live at 4PM ET on The Verge’s YouTube channel. Paul and I will be hosting this episode where we’ll talk with Chaim Gartenberg about Nintendo Switch projectors. Sean O’Kane will join us later to talk about his review of the Light L16 camera, which just looks awesome. Then, finally, Jake Kastrenakes will show us Ikea’s new Bluetooth speaker, the Enemy. We’ll probably marvel at its design. Oh, and a special Verge West Coast guest will be on the show, too, to speculate about Android P and what that P means. Tune in at the embed above or the link here. … [Read more...] about Watch Circuit Breaker live for Nintendo Switch projectors and Android P speculation