It was only a couple weeks ago that that everyone in the wrestling world, including notable (and always reliable) reporter Dave Meltzer, was reporting that the Hardys were finishing their contract with Impact Wrestling and would likely be on their way to WWE television.
The Nintendo Switch, which released worldwide on March 3, is currently the hottest piece of gaming hardware on the planet and is reportedly selling through the roof, meaning that it’s already in the hands of quite a few gamers. One of the most exciting things about getting a new console is discovering all of its various features and getting comfortable with how it works. Some features, like the ability to dock the system for instant TV play, are pretty self-explanatory but like any piece of tech with its own unique user interface and hardware, there are quite a few features on the Nintendo Switch that may not be so obvious.
Sony will roll out its next major system software update for PS4 tomorrow, introducing a number of new features to the console.
The Nintendo Switch has given the company its best hardware launch ever. This news comes by way of New York Times reporter Nick Wingfield, who tweeted out the information Monday following an interview with Nintendo of America President Reggie Fils-Aime.
The Nintendo Switch doesn’t allow users to backup save files and it turns out that it also won’t allow you to use your microSD cards on multiple Switch consoles.
Sony’s new PS4-exclusive Horizon Zero Dawn has come out on top of the UK physical sales chart for the week ending March 4, beating the Nintendo Switch launch title The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild in the process. While this news may come as a surprise to some given the amount of hype that both the Switch and Zelda have generated in recent months, it really shouldn’t.
Xbox head Phil Spencer recently shared his thoughts on the Nintendo Switch, while also delving into why Microsoft hasn’t released a portable Xbox.
Pokemon Go players have been waiting for the ability to trade Pokemon since the mobile game launched last July and developer Niantic has finally offered some details about how the feature will work when it is eventually added to the game.
On the eve of the worldwide launch of its latest home console, Nintendo has received a shout-out from one of its biggest competitors for how well its new game The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild has been performing with critics.