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10 Best Video Game Endings On The Super Nintendo

The Super Nintendo is home to one of the greatest video game libraries of all time. Despiting succeeding the NES in less than a decade, the SNES marked a massive shift in how video games were treated by developers. With stronger hardware to work with, devs could not invest in deeper storytelling.  RELATED: 10 Things You Didn’t Know You Could Do In Super Mario World More importantly, games could afford to experiment more in terms of presentation. This led to a natural increase in not only story quality, but ending quality as well. The Super Nintendo has some of the greatest …

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5 Best Nintendo Switch Accessories (And 5 That Are Completely Pointless)

Given the customizable and portable nature of Nintendo’s home console handheld hybrid, Switch is a perfect machine to augment with some accessories. But because of these attributes, a number of companies have flooded the market with seemingly endless electronic and plastic add-ons. As the variance of Amazon reviews might show you, these products have been cranked out to very mixed results. Some have proven useful and a bargain to boot, while plenty of others are cumbersome, strange, or just not worth the price. With this cluster of peripherals and accessories, both from Nintendo and third parties, it can be tough to sift through …

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Authentic Racer GRID Autosport Speeds Onto The Switch Next Month

Get ready to race by Liam Doolan 11 hours ago Have you got the need for speed? Then there’s no need to worry because GRID Autosport has got you covered. The ninth entry in the TOCA series is scheduled to arrive on the Switch this summer and is described as a “more authentic racing game” by its publisher, Codemasters. So, when exactly is it due out? According to a tweet by developer Feral Interactive, the game gets the green light this September (aka. next month). While no definitive date was provided, it at least narrows down the release window and …

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Kalypso Brings Port Royale 4 To The Nintendo Switch In 2020

During Gamescom’s opening night, Kalypso shared a trailer for Port Royale 4, revealing the game will be sailing onto the Switch and multiple other platforms in the third quarter of 2020. The trailer captures the journey of a barrel of rum. See for yourself below: This series combines business simulation with real-time battles and is set in the Caribbean. The previous game, Port Royale 3: Pirates & Merchants, was released in 2012. The fourth entry is once again developed by the German studio Gaming Minds and promises to offer complex economic simulation, satisfying strategy, and a “stunning” 17th-century Caribbean setting. …

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Is Remnant: From the Ashes on Nintendo Switch?

Remnant: From the Ashes is coming to a lot of platforms, but some players want to know whether the co-op post-apocalyptic shooter is coming to the Nintendo Switch. The Nintendo Switch is a little powerhouse of a machine with more players looking to experience their favorite games on the device. The latest title that players want to play on their Nintendo Switch is Remnant: From the Ashes. With the game available on other systems, it’s worth asking whether it’s available on the Switch or if there are even plans to bring it across. Is Remnant: From the Ashes …

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Random: Bizarre Super Mario Theme Remix Found In Dino Crisis 2 On PlayStation

Hats off to Super Mario Odyssey for providing us with the perfect image for this article. That famous Mario theme can be found everywhere – it’s featured in plenty of Mario games, it’s all over the internet, and it’s usually tucked away at the back of our minds refusing to leave us in peace from its super-catchy melody – but we never would have expected to find it inside Dino Crisis 2. Yes, released on the PlayStation by Capcom back in the year 2000, Dino Crisis 2 was the sequel to the hugely popular – at least in our household …

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Super Nintendo Games We’d Like To See On Nintendo Switch Online – Feature

The discovery of an FCC filing showing a SNES controller with the model number ‘HAC-042’ (indicating it’s part of the Switch’s library of peripherals) has all but confirmed that Super Nintendo games are finally on their way to the Nintendo Switch Online service alongside their NES-based brethren. The current line up of games available to NSO subscribers features a host of NES classics, and in September it’ll be a year since the service launched and Nintendo is eager to add value to its online offering as those annual subscriptions are coming to an end. We’ve seen monthly updates to the …

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Nintendo Is Cracking Down On Popular YouTube Music Channels

Screenshot: Nintendo (Super Mario Odyssey) A popular YouTube channel dedicated to sharing video game music was recently hit with over a hundred copyright claims, the latest to fall under intense scrutiny as Nintendo appears to be ramping up efforts to prevent the illicit distribution of its music. “Game over,” the YouTube channel GilvaSunner, which has over 300,000 subscribers, wrote on Twitter yesterday. They also shared a screenshot of an email inbox displaying dozens of copyright claims against videos of music ranging from The Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time’s “Hyrule Field” to “Mega Man 2 Medley” from Super Smash Bros. …

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Zelda: Link’s Awakening Pre-Orders Updated With Extra Freebies On Nintendo UK Store

With The Legend of Zelda: Link’s Awakening heading to Switch in just over a month’s time, you may well be thinking about getting your pre-order in ready for the big day. If you are, the Nintendo UK Store looks to be a good bet as all of its more affordable bundles have been updated with new goodies. First up is the standalone game, which was originally available on its own for the standard retail price of £49.99. Now, anyone who orders the game on its own will also receive an added poster and keychain free of charge. The poster has …

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The New Nintendo Switch Spyro Controller Is Cute As Heck

The Nintendo Switch has some solid Pro Controller alternatives in PowerA’s wireless, “enhanced” pads. Now, the company is adding a Spyro-themed version to its lineup, and in addition to the new design, it boasts everything that PowerA’s previous controllers have featured. The wireless Spyro Controller is up for pre-order on Amazon now, with a release date of August 30. That’s just in time for Spyro Reignited Trilogy’s Switch release on September 3. We’ve been impressed by PowerA’s output for Nintendo Switch, including its wired controllers, which come at a cheaper price tag. See it at Amazon As for the Spyro-themed …

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Endgame, Nintendo Switch, and more deals for Aug. 17

With Labor Day weekend coming up, why not host a party and assemble your buddies and family around. With many ways to keep them entertained, putting on a movie the easiest is currently offering 4K edition for $24.96, saving you 37% off the listed price. Don’t have a 4K TV? Lucky for you is offering the with $350 Dell gift card for $1249.99. When you factor in the gift card, you are getting this TV for $899.99, which is an excellent deal for a TV with 200 local dimming zones and up to 1100 nits brightness. Check out more of …

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Daily Deals: New Nintendo Switch for $299, LG 4K UHDTV for $897, Fire HD 10 Tablet for $99

We bring you the best deals we’ve found today on video games, hardware, electronics, and a bunch of random stuff too. Updated 7 days a week, 365 days a year. New Nintendo Switch “V2” with Increased Battery Life: Neon Now Available at Walmart Update: The Neon version is now available at Walmart. The new revision of the original Nintendo Switch is now available on Amazon. Aside from the new packaging, the main difference is that the new Switch has a much more robust battery life. Expect 4.5-9 hours of charge versus 2.5-6.5 hours for the previous model. 55″ LG OLED …

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Super Nintendo World Has Begun Construction At Universal

With the confirmation of a Nintendo-themed park being added to Universal Studios Japan, and fans’ general excitement and discord for all things Nintendo, Twitter insiders have weighed in on when the park will jump to the U.S.  That question of when the park arrives has been kept under close watch following the 2015 agreement made for U.S.J., and the 2017 deal made between Nintendo and Illumination–a subsidiary of Universal in film entertainment and the animation team behind the Despicable Me films, the respective Minions spinoff, and Secret Life of Pets series. Universal Studios, in its own right, is often considered to be …

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10 Games Still Trapped Exclusively On Super Nintendo

The Virtual Console was the promise from Nintendo to all of its older fans that at long last, they could play games from their childhood. The NES, SNES, N64 and so on were all at their fingertips when it launched with the Wii in 2006. Of course not everything was available right away and in fact it took awhile for updates. This promise finally ended this year when Nintendo closed the Wii version. There is still the 3DS and Wii U Virtual Console shops, but they don’t have the wealth of options that the Wii version once did. Basically what …

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