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  1. As you can see the Games from the E3 Showroom from Nintendo leaked. The list sports Dragon Ball Fighter Z, Fortnite, Monster Hunter XX, FIFA 19, Killer Queen Black, Starlink, Paladins, Overcooked 2 and Mario Tennis Aces. We rumor that there will also be a huge showroom for Smash. These are all 3rd party games so probably Nintendo will also show some of their own first-party games Mother 3 etc. Fortnite will probably be one of the few "and it's available now" titles as it already got put on the Korean rating board. With all these leaks and rumors I'm ready for E3
  2. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xL3Deh-wOaM It's just an rumour, but maybe Star Wars Battlefront 2 could be coming to the Switch. From this trailer, I noted: - Story mode focused in events post Endor (Imperial-focused?) - Content from all eras of the movies! The first Battlefront from EA/Dice didn't interested me at all, with amazing graphics (some of the best from this generation) but poor gameplay decisions ( which was really unfortunate to me, being a fan from the original titles), however this one could redeem them. Aside from DLCs and season pass(IT IS EA, after all), what do you guys expect from this? (ground-to-space, Galactic Conquest, no-pickup token to vehicles and bots are REALLY needed this time) What do you think of the trailer?
  3. Yes, you did read the Title right! And no this is not the Clickediclickedi Clickbait! This is an actual Teardown of the Nintendo Switch in case you did not knew it already. So let's start with the teardown. First taking off the back panel reveals this. A huge metal backplate. After that you see all the parts in their "glory". A closeup of the Micro SD Card reader. The Battery that looks easily replaceable for anyone because it is not soldered to the Motherboard. The Motherboard with its 2 black rectangles being the RAM This maybe be a Memory Chip The Heatsink and the Fan. The Game Card reader that looks similar to an SD Card reader. The back of the Game Card reader. The CPU/GPU A closeup shot of the CPU/GPU it reveals the letters PA maybe suggesting a Pascal Chip? The Motherboard in comparison to a DS Game Cartridge. The back of the Motherboard After taking out all those Parts the LCD IPS Panel can be removed. Thanks for being a part of Nintendoradar. Sources: http://tieba.baidu.com/p/4988526087?red_tag=1810317206 https://tieba.baidu.com/p/4988497063?red_tag=1794578248
  4. NeoGAF user hiphoptherobot, who says an “unnamed store” decided to ship him an early Switch unit, posted this video: [MEDIA=vidme]height=480;id=oQkO;width=854[/MEDIA] I like it. UI looks sleek and stylish, navigation is smooth and even the big bezel looks "ok".
  5. The Nintendo Switch is only weeks away from its official launch. The lead up to the launch have included a lot of leaks around hardware specs, online services, and how the games would look. Today’s Switch leak has confirmed the device will feature a 256 CUDA core NVIDIA GPU based off of its 2nd gen Maxwell architecture and will utilize a Quad Core ARM Cortex A57 CPU. http://techfrag.com/2017/02/14/nintendo-switch-leak-confirms-hardware/

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