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Medabots Classics Switch Port Allegedly Illegally Uses mGBA Emulator

An upcoming Switch collection of Game Boy Medabots games appears to illegally use code from the mGBA Game Boy Advance emulator.
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(Updated) Zombies Ate My Neighbors And Ghoul Patrol Are Getting A Re-Release

Two LucasArts SNES classics, Zombies Ate My Neighbors and Ghoul Patrol, are headed to Nintendo Switch next month with a bunch of extra features.
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Nintendo Is Making 30 Million Switch Units This Year To Meet Demand

Nintendo is to increase production of the Switch in order to meet demand this fiscal year, ramping up to 30 million units.
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The Troubled Release of Cooking Mama: Cookstar

Cooking Mama Cookstar has miraculously appeared on the PlayStation Store. After a lot of floating around and delays in its release last year, there was a lot of controversy surrounding why. With this re-emergence, we decided to revisit it and reflect.

Say NO! More Review

Say NO! More is game about saying "No" in order to climb the corporate ladder. Is it as empowering and satisfying as it sounds? Read and find out.
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Monster Hunter Rise: General Gatherer’s Guide

A guide to getting started with gathering base materials in Monster Hunter Rise!
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How Monster Hunter Rise Differs from World

Rise is the newest Monster Hunter game, but how is it different from the previous one? We explore some of the major changes to be found in the gameplay and content.
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Nintendo Direct 2/17 Recap

The long-awaited return of Nintendo is here, after over 500 days without a Nintendo Direct.
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First Full Nintendo Direct Since 2019 Coming Tomorrow

A new Nintendo Direct presentation has been announced. It'll air tomorrow and will focus on info about Super Smash Bros Ultimate, plus new Switch games.
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Four New Games Spring Onto Nintendo Switch Online

Four new games are on their way to Nintendo Switch Online, plus a cult JRPG for the Japanese service and a chance to try out a modern multiplayer classic.