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Virtual Console is Virtually Guaranteed to Happen Virtually

Virtual Console, a feature included in every Nintendo console since the Wii, still hasn’t made an appearance on the Nintendo Switch. It always packs a nostalgic punch at staggering prices that brings Nintendo knockout profits, so the big question is “Where is it?” Which then rattles off into a number …

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Switchcore Podcast 016 – I Wanna Talk About Cool Stuff

During a slow news week, the crew gets together to casually discuss what games they’ve been playing, including The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild DLC Pack 1.   Get this episode: iTunes Google Play RSS (Copy and paste link into podcast app or RSS reader of your choice) …

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Switchcore Podcast 010 – Nintendo E3 2017 Predictions Special

The crew gets together to talk about E3 2017. Specifically, predictions. This year, Nintendo has promised us a big year. We already know about some of the entities that will be present, like Super Mario Odyssey, but what about unannounced titles? Will we see Metroid? Where’s Virtual Console. Is a …

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We Still Have Questions About the Switch

Nintendo Switch Hardware

Nintendo answered many questions regarding the Nintendo Switch late Thursday evening, including key questions like release date and price.  There are, however, questions that still need answering.  I would actually argue that we have more questions now than we did heading into the presentation.  Questions we took for granted and …

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Virtual Console Is Only Getting Better with the Nintendo Switch

Nintendo Switch Virtual Console

The Nintendo Wii U and Nintendo 3DS both offer Nintendo’s “Virtual Console.” The service first started with the launch of the Wii, and allowed customers to download classic titles onto their brand new system, from as old as the Nintendo Entertainment System, to as new as the DS and the …

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