We Go Hands-On with the Nintendo Switch!
After the reveal we got the chance to get up close and personal with the Switch, play some Zelda, and get our Joy-Con on.
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Hands-On with the Nintendo Switch!
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Hands-On with the Nintendo Switch!
After the reveal on Friday we got to go hand-on with the Nintendo Switch on Saturday and check out the games, the console, and the controllers that we are still getting used to calling Joy-Cons. As a handheld-meets-console the Nintendo Switch is certainly impressive, but coming away from our hands-on time we were still left with quite a few questions. And in typical Nintendo fashion, it was at once charming, impressive, confusing, and unique.

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Nintendo Switch Launch Date, Price, and Games You Can Play
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Nintendo Switch Launch Date, Price, and Games You Can Play
On Friday we got our first proper look at Nintendo's next console, the Switch. And on Saturday, thanks to Nintendo Australia, we got the chance to go hands on with the console and play a number of the games coming in 2017. Cough, Zelda looks incredible, cough and, err, one more cough. We'll have our full impressions later today but in the mean time click though for the launch date, price, and list of games coming for the Nintendo Switch.

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Titanfall 2 is Getting a New Multiplayer Mode Called Live Fire
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Titanfall 2 is Getting a New Multiplayer Mode Called Live Fire
And it will pit Pilots against each other in a best of 5, 6v6 match-up. With no respawns the new competitive mode will instead focus on quick close quarter action. By all accounts it sounds like a new way to play Titanfall 2 and will come with two new maps designed specifically for Live Fire called Stacks and Meadow. As with all post-release content for Titanfall 2, Live Fire will be a free update for everyone that owns the game.

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Super Mario Odyssey is the Next Games in the Super Mario 64 Series
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Super Mario Odyssey is the Next Games in the Super Mario 64 Series
As in the next game in the large open-world sandbox Super Mario titles that began with Super Mario 64 in 1996. First glimpsed during the Nintendo Switch debut last year, Super Mario Odyssey is indeed the next big Mario game, and will see the world's most popular plumber leave the Mushroom Kingdom to explore a new world. One that looks very much like our very own planet. Or at least, partially inspired by.

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The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild Out March 3, 2017
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The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild Out March 3, 2017
Closing off its Nintendo Switch reveal presentation earlier today, Nintendo showcased a new trailer for the highly anticipated The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild. And in process confirming it as a Nintendo Switch launch title available day one, March 3 2017. Which caused many of us, especially after hearing rumours that it would miss the Switch launch window, to comically wipe away sweat from our brow and exclaim "Phew!" As for the new trailer, well, it's simply amazing. And hints at a fully voiced soundtrack too!

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Nintendo Switch, Available Worldwide March 3, 2017
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Nintendo Switch, Available Worldwide March 3, 2017
Way to kick off a presentation! A launch date much sooner than we expected. That's right Nintendo's next console, the Switch, has a March 3 release date. And although local pricing hasn't been confirmed yet it will retail for $299 USD over in Trumpland. With the Nintendo Switch reveal having just wrapped up (and it was definitely a very weird event) we now know quite a bit about the console. Click through for a quick summary.

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Easy Left into Hard Right - DiRT Rally Adding PlayStation VR Support in the Coming Weeks
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Easy Left into Hard Right - DiRT Rally Adding PlayStation VR Support in the Coming Weeks
One of the best console racers of 2016 is about to be given the virtual treatment with a new update coming to the PlayStation 4 version that will add PlayStation VR support. Not limited to any one section of the game, DiRT Rally's PSVR support will be for the entire experience, making this an update that VR racing fans should definitely keep an eye out for. A virtual eye.

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The Open-World LEGO CITY Undercover is Getting a 2017 Re-Release
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The Open-World LEGO CITY Undercover is Getting a 2017 Re-Release
Including a version coming to the Nintendo Switch. Plus, the usual PS4, Xbox One, and PC lineup. Formally a Wii U exclusive, LEGO CITY Undercover puts players in a sprawling LEGO metropolis as they hunt down the notorious criminal Rex Hunt. As with other LEGO titles, LEGO CITY Undercover has a very distinct sense of humour, all wrapped up in a GTA slash Watch Dogs style experience.

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Take a Closer Look at Your New Home in Mass Effect Andromeda
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Take a Closer Look at Your New Home in Mass Effect Andromeda
That being the star-ship Tempest, i.e. the Normandy 2.0. In a new video narrated by the Tempest's Salarian pilot we get our first look at all the sections of the new ship, from the med bay to the cargo hold. It's certainly reminiscent of the ship we've all come to know quite intimately thanks to the three original Mass Effect titles. And thankfully this time without an unusually long elevator ride in sight.

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Platinum Games’ Hideki Kamiya Opens Up About Scalebound's Surprise Cancellation
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Platinum Games’ Hideki Kamiya Opens Up About Scalebound's Surprise Cancellation
And by 'opens up' we mean took to Twitter to tweet some feedback on the subject of Microsoft's cancellation of his Xbox One and Windows 10 exclusive game Scalebound. In addition to the response from Hideki Kamiya, Platinum Games responded with the statement, "We are very disappointed things ended up this way, especially since we know many of our fans were looking forward to this game as much as we were."

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