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Nintendo squeaks past Switch sales target but forecasts further slide

Nintendo shipped 4.11 million Switch consoles in its January-March quarter, bringing its total to 23.06 million for the financial year, just enough to meet its revised forecast of 23 million. The company...

Ayn Odin review: a Nintendo Switch with Android

There have been several attempts to create Android-based game consoles, but none have really gone to plan. The Ouya, for example, was a high-profile Kickstarter success and a disastrous commercial flop. Nvidia’s...

WaterField finally made a great Analogue Pocket case

Once you’ve overcome the not inconsiderable challenge of obtaining an Analogue Pocket, your next task is figuring out how to play the thing outside your home. It’s a beautifully designed system that...

NFL reportedly planning ‘NFL Plus’ mobile streaming service

The National Football League is working on its own subscription streaming service for mobile devices, according to a report in The Athletic. The league is said to have briefed teams on the...

Nintendo finally adds folders to the Switch, kind of

Nintendo has added a new folder-style feature to the Switch’s UI, more than five years after the console was first released. It’s included as part of system firmware version 14.0, which is...

Aya Neo Next review: a Steam Deck alternative with Windows

Portable gaming PCs have come a long way. Much of the recent attention has fallen on Valve’s Steam Deck, which just...

N64 classic F-Zero X comes to Switch this week with online play

F-Zero X is coming to the Nintendo Switch Online Expansion Pack library on Friday March 11th. The futuristic racing game now comes complete with online multiplayer, which of course was not included...

8BitDo announces its first Xbox-style controller

8BitDo has announced its first controller with an Xbox-style layout. There’s already an Xbox-specific version of 8BitDo’s excellent Pro 2 controller, but that has the symmetrical stick layout more commonly associated with...

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