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  • Nintendo Planning Updated Switch Hardware for Summer 2019

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    Nintendo Planning Updated Switch Hardware for Summer 2019

    Nintendo is apparently working on a revision to the Nintendo Switch hardware that will make its way to retailers in 2019. This is according to "people with knowledge of the discussions" as relayed to the world from the Wall Street Journal. The sources seem to indicate that Nintendo is looking into an upgrade for the current screen. The sources hint that the upgrade would lead to slightly better image quality, brightness, and better energy efficiency. At present, the Switch uses a lower-end LCD for their display. And while it won't make the jump to something like an LED...
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  • Nintendo Delays 64GB Switch Game Cards Until 2019

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    Nintendo Delays 64GB Switch Game Cards Until 2019

    At present, the physical game cards for Switch titles can only reach sizes of 32GB. That's not all that great for games that can easily be nearer to double that size. Meaning that even if you purchase the physical release, you may still be stuck with a huge download when you go to play. Nintendo originally planned to switch over to 64GB cards in the second half of 2018. It now looks like that plan has shifted until some time in 2019. Nintendo informed developers of this delay quite recently. They claim it's due to "technical issues" though no other specifics were pr...
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  • Nintendo Delays 64GB Switch Game Cards Until 2019

    At present, the physical game cards for Switch titles can only reach sizes of 32GB. That's not all that great for games that can easily be nearer...
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  • Nintendo Offers Cloud Based Saves with Nintendo Account

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    Nintendo Offers Cloud Based Saves with Nintendo Account

    Nintendo announced their new membership service this evening. They're calling it Nintendo Account and it will offer up cloud based saves for users of various hardware devices. That is to say, this won't be limited to just Nintendo platforms, but will instead allow for cloud saves for Nintendo products that also appear on PCs and smart phones, tablets, and more. Nintendo says that this cloud save system will allow fans to transfer their game data between mobile devices and Nintendo consoles. Also revealed tonight is the fact that Nintendo's mobile game debut has been pu...
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  • Nintendo Offers Cloud Based Saves with Nintendo Account

    Nintendo announced their new membership service this evening. They're calling it Nintendo Account and it will offer up cloud based saves for users...
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  • China Ending Ban on Video Game Consoles

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    China Ending Ban on Video Game Consoles

    At long last, China is lifting its ban on making and selling video game consoles within its borders. This will now allow companies like Nintendo, Sony, and Microsoft to sell their consoles to retailers who can then sell the systems to end consumers, something that they haven't been able to do since 2000 when these restrictions first went into place. Prior to this move, China restricted the sell of game consoles to a small area called the Shanghai Free Trade Zone. Now, they are free to make and sell consoles throughout the entirety of China. ...
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  • China Ending Ban on Video Game Consoles

    At long last, China is lifting its ban on making and selling video game consoles within its borders. This will now allow companies like Nintendo,...
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    There's Going to be a Tetris Movie

    I will repeat that headline for you as I'm sure you didn't believe it the first time: There is going to be a Tetris movie. The Wall Street Journal reports...
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  • Microsoft Reportedly Trying to Buy Minecraft Creators Mojang

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    Microsoft Reportedly Trying to Buy Minecraft Creators Mojang

    Mojang, the development studio behind Minecraft is reportedly being the target of a buyout from Microsoft. According to the Wall Street Journal and a "person with knowledge of the matter," Microsoft is allegedly offering upwards of $2 billion for the studio.

    Again, this is all just rumor and speculation right now from what is the equivalent of an anonymous source. If this deal is real and if it does actually happen, Microsoft would be in charge of all things Minecraft going forward. Let that sink in a bit....
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  • Microsoft Reportedly Trying to Buy Minecraft Creators Mojang

    Mojang, the development studio behind Minecraft is reportedly being the target of a buyout from Microsoft. According to the Wall Street Jour...
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  • ZeniMax Claims John Carmack and Others Stole Virtual Reality Technologies for Oculus VR

    ZeniMax Media has publicly come out to say that they believe John Carmack and other former employees have taken "key technologies" when they departed ZeniMax to work for Oculus VR.

    ZeniMax issued a few statements on the matter:
    (The company has) "recently sent formal notice of its legal rights to Oculus concerning its ownership of key technology used by Oculus to develop and market the Oculus Rift. ZeniMax's technology may not be licensed, transferred or sold without ZeniMax Media's approval. ZeniMax's intellectual property rights arise
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  • ZeniMax Claims John Carmack and Others Stole Virtual Reality Technologies for Oculus VR

    ZeniMax Media has publicly come out to say that they believe John Carmack and other former employees have taken "key technologies" when...
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