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The Swedish retailer Webhallen claims that their Switch pre-orders have surpassed their PS4 launch date sales

As most of you probably already know by now, Nintendo´s Switch console is set for a release on in March (March the 3rd). However, what you might not know is that the console is doing really good in Sweden. Well, at least when it comes to pre-orders via the Swedish retailer Webhallen. You see, Webhallen claims that their Switch pre-orders… READ FULL STORY AT THEGG!

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Lego Worlds Has Been Announced for the Nintendo Switch

LEGO Worlds Is the Second Lego Title Coming to the Switch In November, Warner Bros. Interactive Entertainment and Travellers Tales Games announced that Lego City Undercover would be released on the Nintendo Switch, as well as the PlayStation 4, Xbox One and PC, and now Lego Worlds will be too! The list of Nintendo Switch games continues to grow as this becomes the second Lego game that will be featured on the console. While Lego Worlds is set to release on February 21st in North America and February 24th in Europe, on the PS4, Xbox One and PC next month, no release date has been announced for the Nintendo Switch. The exciting news was revealed on Twitter by TT Games Head of Design Arthur Parsons. Check out the tweet below.  @jamievere currently we have announced that we are planning to release LEGO City and LEGO Worlds on switch — arthur parsons (@arthur_parsons) January 23, 2017 At this point no other details have been shared. Since the game is set to release on the other consoles prior to the release of the Nintendo Switch, it could very well be a launch title, however if that was the case it would likely…

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LEGO Worlds is Coming to the Switch

Back in November, publisher Warner Bros. Interactive Entertainment and developer TT Games announced that LEGO Worlds was set to launch on PS4, Xbox One, and PC in North America on February, 21, 2017, and on February 24th …Read More The post LEGO Worlds is Coming to the Switch by Tyler Fischer appeared first on DualShockers.

Nintendo listened to third parties on Switch “since the beginning”

According to EA executive Patrick Soderlund, Nintendo involved third party developers and publishers since the beginning of the Switch project.Soderlund said that Nintendo’s approach was different with the Switch, with the company allowing third parties to give their input on the console during development.“Their approach is quite different from anything they’ve done in the past – they’ve listened to EA, Activision, and other companies since the beginning of the Switch’s development, so we’ve been involved throughout the whole process.”He added that he believes the Switch will “put Nintendo at the forefront” again, and that it’s important to EA to do business with Nintendo.However, despite the praise, EA has only committed to just one Switch game: FIFA. As for more EA games on the Switch, the company is taking a wait and see approach — Soderlund himself said that they will support the Switch if it “takes off”.The developer of Titanfall, which is published by EA, recently put it frankly about the possibility of Titanfall on Switch: fuck no.Despite the mixed statements from EA on the Switch, analysts believe that the console could be quite successful: analysts over at DFC think the Switch could sell 10 million units per year. READ…

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JRPG “I Am Setsuna” confirmed as Switch launch title

Square Enix’s JRPG I Am Setsuna will be a launch title for the Switch in Japan, and now the publisher has confirmed that the game will also be a launch title for the Switch in North America and Europe.This no doubt is god news for JRPG fans, and for Switch owners in general, as we’ll get one more game available on launch day.However, Square Enix has confirmed that the game will not get a physical release in North America and Europe — it will only be released digitally outside of Japan.I Am Setsuna features all of the classic JRPG elements, such as turn-based gameplay, but it adds a cool new feature: “Temporal Battle Arena”, where players can battle other player’s parties. READ FULL STORY AT NINTENDOTODAY!

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I Am Setsuna Confirmed for Nintendo Switch Launch

Fire Emblem is in full force with new releases

About a few days after the Nintendo Switch Presentation a Nintendo Direct was released for the upcoming “Fire Emblem” games (not just “Fire Emblem Warriors”). I know western localization of “Fire Emblem” has been a topic of discussion on The Gaming Ground, but I would like to save that for if and when the time comes to review a few… READ FULL STORY AT THEGG!

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Racing Apex Planned for the Switch

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The Legend of Zelda: Breath of The Wild Will Have An Alternate Ending

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Zelda: Breath of the Wild has 76 side-quests, 120 mini-dungeons, and more

A new game guide breakdown of Zelda: Breath of the Wild reveals just how massive the game is.The new listing for Piggyback’s Breath of the Wild guide shows that the game will feature a whopping 76 side-quests, 120 Shrine mini-dungeons, and 900 Korok seed puzzles.And of course, being an official game guide, they have mapped out all of those side-quests, mini-dungeons, and puzzles.The guide features a large annotated map to guide players through the massive game world of Zelda: Breath of the Wild, in addition to strategies against enemies, guide to solve puzzles, dungeon layouts, and pretty much everything else you need to complete the game.The guide will be released when the game launches on March 3rd, and will retail for $30. READ FULL STORY AT NINTENDOTODAY!

Zelda: Breath of the Wild has 76 side-quests and 120 mini-dungeons

A new game guide breakdown of Zelda: Breath of the Wild reveals just how massive the game is.The new listing for Piggyback’s Breath of the Wild guide shows that the game will feature a whopping 76 side-quests, 120 Shrine mini-dungeons, and 900 Korok seed puzzles.And of course, being an official game guide, they have mapped out all of those side-quests, mini-dungeons, and puzzles.The guide features a large annotated map to guide players through the massive game world of Zelda: Breath of the Wild, in addition to strategies against enemies, guide to solve puzzles, dungeon layouts, and pretty much everything else you need to complete the game.The guide will be released when the game launches on March 3rd, and will retail for $30. READ FULL STORY AT NINTENDOTODAY!

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Capcom Has No Plans For Resident Evil VII: Biohazard On The Switch

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No plans to bring Resident Evil 7 to the Switch

Resident Evil 7 launches in just a few days, and if you were hoping that Capcom’s latest entry in the horror series would come to the Switch, you’re out of luck: the Japanese publisher has said that there are no plans of bringing Resident Evil 7 to the Switch.“I think it’s a very unique piece of hardware. I’m looking forward to the possibilities of the system itself, but we have no plans at the moment regarding Resident Evil on Switch.”Those were the words from Resident Evil 7 producer Masachika Kawata. It’s definitely a game that the Switch could use — not a single horror game has been announced for the console (so far).Resident Evil 7 launches on January 24th on the PC, PS4, and Xbox One. READ FULL STORY AT NINTENDOTODAY!

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Nintendo Switch Pre-Orders Sold Out at All Major Japanese Retailers: Yodobashi, BIC, Sofmap and More

Nintendo Switch pre-orders have dried up in Japan at all major retailers, including Yodobashi Camera, BIC Camera, Sofmap and more. …Read More The post Nintendo Switch Pre-Orders Sold Out at All Major Japanese Retailers: Yodobashi, BIC, Sofmap and More by Giuseppe Nelva appeared first on DualShockers.