Nintendo console – R4ISDHCX http://r4isdhcx.com/ Wed, 19 Oct 2022 05:52:09 +0000 en-US hourly 1 https://wordpress.org/?v=5.9.3 https://r4isdhcx.com/wp-content/uploads/2021/10/icon-15-120x120.png Nintendo console – R4ISDHCX http://r4isdhcx.com/ 32 32 Hallmark’s Super Nintendo Console Ornament Drops To $17 Ahead Of The Holidays https://r4isdhcx.com/hallmarks-super-nintendo-console-ornament-drops-to-17-ahead-of-the-holidays/ Mon, 17 Oct 2022 16:54:27 +0000 https://r4isdhcx.com/hallmarks-super-nintendo-console-ornament-drops-to-17-ahead-of-the-holidays/ While the December holidays might still be more than a few months away, Amazon is now offering people a chance to get the Hallmark Super NES console ornament at $16.80 with free shipping for Prime members or for orders over $25. Regularly $20, as it’s straight from Hallmark, is 16% off the going rate, a […]]]>

While the December holidays might still be more than a few months away, Amazon is now offering people a chance to get the Hallmark Super NES console ornament at $16.80 with free shipping for Prime members or for orders over $25. Regularly $20, as it’s straight from Hallmark, is 16% off the going rate, a new all-time low from Amazon and the best we can find. Whether you hang it from a tree or just somewhere in the game room, this miniature SNES includes realistic controllers as well as a Super Mario World cartridge and measures 2.97 by 1.48 by 3.61 inches. You can even press the button to “see the power light turn on and hear ‘Super Mario World’ game sounds.” More details below.

Here you’ll find additional Nintendo Hallmark ornaments on Amazon, some of which are even more affordable than the complete vintage console above. Whether the $10 Super Mario with Super Mushroom and Legend of Zelda Wind Waker Link model or this NES controller for $9 Premium shippedthere are plenty of even cheaper options in the collection to bring Mushroom Kingdom or Hylian vibes to your setup for years to come.

As we prepare for the holidays, popular LEGO Advent Calendars are always a fun and creative way to celebrate that delivers a remarkable surprise built out of miniature bricks every day of the month. We recently detailed the LEGO 2022 collection with new Marvel, Star Wars and more options from $26. Dive into the details here and be sure to secure one before they sell out.

Hallmark Super NES Console Ornament Features:

  • Relive the fun of playing video games with this Nintendo Super NES keepsake Christmas ornament. Lights up and plays “Super Mario World” music and sounds.
  • Press the button on the ornament to see the power light turn on and hear “Super Mario World” game sounds. Requires three (3) LR44 batteries, included.
  • The Super Nintendo ornament makes a great gift for boys, girls, grandkids, gamers, or fans of the vintage video game system.
  • Artist crafted by Jake Angell, this keepsake ornament comes pre-packaged in a box for easy gift giving, preservation and storage. Ornament originally released in 2021.

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Every Nintendo console, and when it came out https://r4isdhcx.com/every-nintendo-console-and-when-it-came-out/ Fri, 07 Oct 2022 16:24:11 +0000 https://r4isdhcx.com/every-nintendo-console-and-when-it-came-out/ For many older game enthusiasts, the Nintendo brand has been the go-to gaming company since post-Atari. From before the original Nintendo to the advent of 3D gameplay, Nintendo is constantly bringing unique ideas, game theories and innovations to the industry. Nintendo may not bring the most power to the console wars, but it’s impossible to […]]]>

For many older game enthusiasts, the Nintendo brand has been the go-to gaming company since post-Atari. From before the original Nintendo to the advent of 3D gameplay, Nintendo is constantly bringing unique ideas, game theories and innovations to the industry. Nintendo may not bring the most power to the console wars, but it’s impossible to entirely discredit them on that basis.

Related: Every Xbox console and its release date

Color Game Show (1977)

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Color TV gaming is often overlooked by the Nintendo Entertainment System in discussions of Nintendo’s first console, but the clunky monstrosity was absolutely first. Each console could only play one game and, as the title implied, all hardware parts had a strong color. Although it was a commercial success for Nintendo upon release, the names of the software titles left a lot to the imagination. This system had a total of five titles, each shipped as a separate console:

  • Color TV Game 6
  • Color TV Game 15
  • Racing 112 Color TV Game
  • Computer TV-Game
  • Kusure color TV block

Nintendo Entertainment System (1985)

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Emboldened by its successes with previous consoles, Nintendo hatched a bold plan: an international release of a console that could change titles with cartridges, much like Atari and Intellivision had proposed and succeeded. The NES was released in Japan as the Famicom (a family computer portmanteau) and revitalized the gaming industry after the game crash of 1983, usually associated with the release of the Atari 2600 ET. The 8-bit system offered a litany of titles ranging from Super Mario Bros. to Dragon Quest 3, and became an international gaming icon.

Super Nintendo Entertainment System (1991)

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The Super Nintendo Entertainment System, known as the Super Famicom in Japan, marked Nintendo’s entry into the 16-bit era. Originally behind the Sega Genesis, the SNES eventually overtook all other consoles of its era with the instant hit, Super Mario Kart. Nintendo tried to generate interest in the SNES by selling it with various boxes and under different names such as Super Famicom Jr.

Much like with the Game Boy, Nintendo attributed the success of the Super Nintendo Entertainment System to its wide range of third-party titles. The Super NES was a fascinating era in gaming history as it began the console wars in earnest, with Sega and Nintendo both releasing various advertisements against each other. Congressional hearings on whether video games cause violence also began around this time, thanks to Sega’s Night Trap and Mortal Kombat, the latter eventually being ported to the SNES uncensored after consumer pressure.

Virtual Boy (1995)

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The Virtual Boy was a portable console that simulated a 3D effect and was produced for a singular year. This console is one of the few financial failures of Nintendo consoles, exacerbated by reported eye strain and user headaches. The monochromatic red and black was a decisive step back from what gamers expected in a post-Super NES era, and consumer hesitation resulted in a lack of titles (14 in total) for the system.

Nintendo 64 (1996)

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The Nintendo 64 (or N64), called Comboy 64 in its South Korean release, was Nintendo’s 64-bit console that stunned gamers with the fully realized 3D worlds of Super Mario 64 and The Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time. . Codenamed Project Reality, the N64 used cartridges for its games, rather than the popularized CDs, which turned some studios away. The cartridges were more expensive to produce, could not hold as much data, and Nintendo was the sole manufacturer. This point of contention between Nintendo and third parties, however, would not be enough to slow down the steam of the Nintendo 64.

The Nintendo 64 was the first 64-bit console capable of four-player gameplay, and it capitalized on this aspect with several party-style games such as Super Smash Bros, Mario Kart 64, and GoldenEye 007. The Nintendo 64 is notable as having one of the weirdest controller setups in mainstream consoles, one that users took a bit of getting used to. Despite its status, the original PlayStation surpassed it in units sold.

Nintendo GameCube (2001)

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Nintendo’s penchant for redesigning the classic controller layout continued with the Nintendo GameCube, codenamed Dolphin during development until its reveal in 2000. The GameCube is an important part of Nintendo’s history, as this is one of the singular cases where Nintendo has moved away from cartridges in favor of CDs. As is Nintendo tradition, these were not classic CDs, but rather smaller 8cm discs, which meant the GameCube was unable to play movies.

The C stick on the right side was placed in favor of the C buttons found on the Nintendo 64 with analog inputs. This system was the third best-selling video game console for Nintendo, behind only the Wii U and Virtual Boy. The Xbox and PlayStation 2 were far stiffer competition than Sega had offered in the past, and Nintendo credits the Game Boy Advance with keeping profits going in those days.

Panasonic Q (2001)

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The Panasonic Q is less well known than the GameCube, but it was an important exploration for Nintendo. From a relationship with Panasonic, the Panasonic Q was able to play DVDs and audio CDs that the GameCube could not. This was only released in Japan, but it could be edited by hobbyists to read media outside the region, making it a popular article for enthusiasts. The Panasonic ultimately sold less than 100,000 units, despite its high-end features such as Dolby Digital 5.1 ports, and was discontinued two years after its release.

Wii (2006)

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The Wii was Nintendo’s fifth major home console and was released in competition with the Xbox 360 and PlayStation 3. This console took Nintendo’s habit of thinking outside the box and expanding it – major controls consisted of into a motion-based Wii Remote and connecting analog stick. , called Nunchuk, to be held in the other hand. These motion controls might initially be confusing to veteran gamers, but were intuitive to many others, reflecting Nintendo’s strategy of approaching people who may have never played a game before.

The Wii was named as the two i’s at the end were to symbolize two gamers enjoying the platform in tandem. The name was initially frowned upon by consumers, but was pronounced the same in all languages, which facilitated access to foreign markets. Again, Nintendo made moves towards backwards compatibility with the Wii Virtual Console, allowing several games to be downloaded and played on the Wii. Two of the top three selling games for this system were Wii Sports and Wii Sports Resort.

Wii Home Edition (2011)

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The second model in the Wii family, the Wii Family Edition, came with improved motion sensors in the controller and did not work with GameCube accessories. This step back in applied technologies meant that some Wii titles that required the GameCube controller would not work properly on the Home Edition, although this was a particularly rare situation.

Wii U (2012)

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The Wii U was another step into uncharted territory for the industry as a whole, although this time Nintendo was unrewarded for its attempts to buck convention. The Wii U was the lowest-selling home console, not including the Virtual Boy, as Nintendo considered it a portable device. With a touchscreen tablet that served as an information center and controller, the Wii U was almost fully backwards compatible with Wii accessories.

The asymmetrical interaction of the controller/tablet hybrid and what was happening on TV might be shocking to some, despite the Sega Dreamcast having similar functionality. In 2015, Nintendo stated that it intended to pull the unit from the South American and South African markets, with many noting this as a sign that the console was not moving well enough.

Wii Mini (2012)

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The Wii Mini was basically a Wii, stripped down to its most essential components. At a price of $100, this console had a production run of five years. Still, the core components of the Wii were still more than enough to satisfy most who had yet to jump into the motion-controlled fray with this third iteration of the original Wii. Where the Wii had an opening for discs in the front of the console, the Wii Mini had a top hatch that opened and allowed the discs to be put in.

NES Classic Edition (2016)

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The NES Classic was a successful brainchild of Nintendo, launching the classic Nintendo Entertainment System with 30 popular games for the title. Avoiding the standard ports of the original NES, the NES Classic Edition offered Wii-like ports for classic Nintendo controllers. A small series of this platform was planned and two million units were sold. Nintendo has announced that the platform will return to stores when its limited time ends.

Nintendo Switch (2017)

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The Nintendo Switch is a unique hybrid console, capable of running on both handheld and standard consoles. Launched in competition with the Xbox One X and the PlayStation 4 Pro, the Switch has managed to carve out a place for itself. The Nintendo Switch doesn’t offer the level of power of Microsoft’s and Sony’s platforms, but it was able to reach an audience with its unique IPs, handheld gaming console, and reinvented controllers.

The Nintendo Switch has fully embraced the idea of ​​charging users for connecting their consoles to the internet with this platform. The service is called Nintendo Switch Online, and it’s the cheapest of the three main consoles at around $20 on an annual basis. Online access also features classic titles from the NES and SNES eras.

Classic Edition Super Nintendo Entertainment System (2017)

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As Nintendo noted the success of the NES Classic Edition, the Super Nintendo Entertainment System Classic Edition (SNESCE) was to eventually follow. While the NES Classic Edition offered 30 titles, the SNESCE comes with 20 built-in titles, including the unreleased Starfox 2. Technically, the SNESCE outsold the NESCE with five million, but many more SNESCEs were made after Nintendo noted that the NESCE was in trouble. to answer the question.

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From NES to Wii U https://r4isdhcx.com/from-nes-to-wii-u/ Wed, 28 Sep 2022 13:30:00 +0000 https://r4isdhcx.com/from-nes-to-wii-u/ Nintendo single-handedly defined gaming in many gamers’ childhoods. Nintendo classics like Mario, Zelda, and Pokemon are considered the “Holy Trinity” of the gaming world. These games revolutionized the gaming industry and their influence is still prevalent to this day. ADVERTISING The article continues below this ad Not just games, Nintendo consoles are also an integral […]]]>

Nintendo single-handedly defined gaming in many gamers’ childhoods. Nintendo classics like Mario, Zelda, and Pokemon are considered the “Holy Trinity” of the gaming world. These games revolutionized the gaming industry and their influence is still prevalent to this day.

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Not just games, Nintendo consoles are also an integral part of gaming history. Each system brought a new innovation to the table. From the classic NES to modern handhelds, every console is revolutionary to some degree. Read on and take a look at the era-defining consoles with their respective rarest games.

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The rarest game for every Nintendo console

Below is the list of the rarest games for each Nintendo console. Take a look at these titles that got lost in the transitions of time. We hope some of them help you get those nostalgic tingles or may pique your curiosity.

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Nintendo Campus Challenge: There were only 25 copies of this cart because it was supposed to be an event game. The low number of copies is what made it so rare to find. This cartage consisted of a bunch of casino games like pinball machines and others that gave players a good challenge. Currently, there is only one active and working copy left worldwide.

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The rarest game for the 3DS is Barbie Groom and Glam Pups! This may come as a shock because Barbie is a well-known franchise and games don’t fail very often. But this title had drawn the short straw, because the game was doing very poorly in the market, which led to the manufacture of very few copies.

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The entry for Wii U is very interesting. There are always games that give the player the experience of living a fever dream. And Tsukubon Shoutsho Runner is one of them! The game was about a cat who ran a business. Yes, you heard right.

In the game you have to serve real human customers as a chat. We smell real fishy deals here! This game was only released in Japan and maybe the whole setting was too absurd for the Japanese market too, as the game failed hugely with only 100 copies sold in the first week. Low sales caused new copies to stop being made, making it a rare find.

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What do you think of these titles? Did any of them pique your curiosity? Let us know in the comments below.

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The new Nintendo console could be on the way https://r4isdhcx.com/the-new-nintendo-console-could-be-on-the-way/ Wed, 21 Sep 2022 14:05:20 +0000 https://r4isdhcx.com/the-new-nintendo-console-could-be-on-the-way/ Ever since the Nintendo Switch was released in 2017, people have been talking about the possibility of a powerful new version of it. The Switch is a neat little thing, sure, with its portability offering something no other console on the market can, but there’s no denying that compared to the PS5 and Xbox Series […]]]>

Ever since the Nintendo Switch was released in 2017, people have been talking about the possibility of a powerful new version of it. The Switch is a neat little thing, sure, with its portability offering something no other console on the market can, but there’s no denying that compared to the PS5 and Xbox Series X, it doesn’t have not as much firepower.

The Switch is home to some absolute bangers, including Xenoblade Chronicles 3 – take a look below.

As Metro reported, we could apparently be closer to seeing a new, more powerful Nintendo console than we thought. A Reddit user has shared an alleged email sent by an Nvidia employee, which allegedly revealed via a mailing list the existence of a new “system on a chip” called Tegra239. It’s been rumored to be the chip that will power Nintendo’s next console.

Let’s back up, because this is all a bit confusing. The current Switch uses a Tegra X1 chip, and it was claimed by an Nvidia leaker last year that Nintendo would use a Tegra239 (T239) chip in its next console. At that time, the existence of this chip was not confirmed, but if this email is legitimate, it seems that it is now a reality.

That said, there’s no direct mention of Nintendo, or any upcoming consoles in the purported email, so it could be complete coincidence. None of this is officially confirmed, so take it with a very generous pinch of salt.

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The Nintendo console image displaying a bereavement message was created as a joke https://r4isdhcx.com/the-nintendo-console-image-displaying-a-bereavement-message-was-created-as-a-joke/ Wed, 21 Sep 2022 09:52:40 +0000 https://r4isdhcx.com/the-nintendo-console-image-displaying-a-bereavement-message-was-created-as-a-joke/ A virality Posting on Twitter, which was also shared on Facebook, claims that Nintendo games consoles in the UK are unable to operate during the official mourning period following the death of Queen Elizabeth II. This is not true, and the post was created as a joke. The image shows a Nintendo 2DS XL with […]]]>

A virality Posting on Twitter, which was also shared on Facebook, claims that Nintendo games consoles in the UK are unable to operate during the official mourning period following the death of Queen Elizabeth II. This is not true, and the post was created as a joke.

The image shows a Nintendo 2DS XL with a black and white photograph of the Queen on one of its screens, while the other bears a message that reads: “Queen Elizabeth II 1926-2022. This device is unavailable during the royal mourning period and will remain so until Monday 19th September [the date of the Queen’s funeral].”

Although many social media users acknowledge that the post is a joke, others seemed unsure.

Although Nintendo UK announced on September 12 that it would not be broadcasting a Nintendo Direct live stream (a regular broadcast on upcoming content) in the UK on September 13 as a sign of respect during the mourning period, Nintendo n didn’t stop his consoles from working.

A Nintendo spokesperson confirmed to Full Fact that the image was “fabricated” and said the company “has not made any of our consoles ‘unavailable’ during the UK national mourning period”.

Twitter user @LucasIsPersonal told Full Fact he created the image as a joke after being inspired by of them another joke tweet. As of this writing, her post has been retweeted over 43,000 times and liked over 564,000 times.

He added that he was “surprised” at how many people thought the image was authentic given that he created the image using a Nintendo console that is no longer in production and ” how easily it could be proved false”.

He also posted on Twitter to express surprise how much it was shared.

Similar satirical posts on Facebook joked that other game consoles would not work during the mourning period.

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Fact Check-Viral photo of Nintendo console displaying national mourning period message created by Twitter user as satire https://r4isdhcx.com/fact-check-viral-photo-of-nintendo-console-displaying-national-mourning-period-message-created-by-twitter-user-as-satire/ Wed, 14 Sep 2022 07:00:00 +0000 https://r4isdhcx.com/fact-check-viral-photo-of-nintendo-console-displaying-national-mourning-period-message-created-by-twitter-user-as-satire/ Contrary to claims circulating online, Nintendo did not display a message on its UK devices indicating that their consoles would be unavailable during the “royal period of mourning”. A widely shared photograph circulating on social media shows two fabricated screens that a Twitter user confirmed he created as a joke. “I shouldn’t have bought a […]]]>

Contrary to claims circulating online, Nintendo did not display a message on its UK devices indicating that their consoles would be unavailable during the “royal period of mourning”. A widely shared photograph circulating on social media shows two fabricated screens that a Twitter user confirmed he created as a joke.

“I shouldn’t have bought a 2ds in the UK right,” reads a tweet with the photo which has garnered over 36,900 retweets at the time of writing (here). Iterations can also be found on Facebook (here) (here) (here).

The message visible on one of the screens of the Nintendo device reads: “Queen Elizabeth II 1926-2022. This device is unavailable during the period of royal mourning and will remain so until Monday September 19th. The other screen shows a black and white photograph of Queen Elizabeth, who died at her home in Scotland on September 8 at the age of 96 (here).

“Family obsession is ridiculous,” wrote one Facebook user. “It’s funny, but it’s still bully shit. You should be able to grieve your way, without getting the things you own and paying to take them away,” one tweet read.

A Nintendo UK spokesperson told Reuters the image in the tweet “is not real”.

Twitter user @LucasIsPersonal, who originally posted the widely shared image, confirmed to Reuters that he created the custom “splash screen”.

“The tweet was intended as a joke,” he told Reuters by email.

On September 12, Nintendo UK announced on Twitter that they would not be livestreaming Nintendo Direct on September 13 “as a sign of respect during this time of national mourning” (here). Nintendo Direct are a series of online presentations by Nintendo (here).

The British government has decreed the start of a period of national mourning on September 9, which is expected to last until the end of the day of the state funeral scheduled for September 19 (here).

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Satire. Nintendo did not post a message announcing that its devices in the UK would be “unavailable” for the “royal period of mourning”. This viral image was created by a Twitter user as a joke.

This article was produced by the Reuters Fact Check team. Learn more about our fact-checking work (here).

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The Nintendo Splatoon 3 console is now available https://r4isdhcx.com/the-nintendo-splatoon-3-console-is-now-available/ Fri, 26 Aug 2022 15:56:10 +0000 https://r4isdhcx.com/the-nintendo-splatoon-3-console-is-now-available/ If there’s one thing that will always grab players’ attention, it’s the exclusives. Whether content like what Hogwarts Legacy fact or, in other cases, a console. It’s no surprise that first-party titles have their own console design. We saw it with animal crossing and now we have a new Splaton 3 Nintendo console for sale. […]]]>

If there’s one thing that will always grab players’ attention, it’s the exclusives. Whether content like what Hogwarts Legacy fact or, in other cases, a console. It’s no surprise that first-party titles have their own console design. We saw it with animal crossing and now we have a new Splaton 3 Nintendo console for sale. This game is almost out and if you want to play but don’t have Nintendo Switch, this is a good option. New Splaton 3 console has an OLED screen and all the fun you can expect from the Nintendo Switch.

The Nintendo Splatoon 3 console does not include the game

If there’s anything strange about all this Splaton 3 The Nintendo console is that it does not come with the game. Many people would expect the console to come with the title that is about to be released. Nevertheless, it is not the case. However, there is a silver lining, the price is only $10 more than normal Nintendo Switch OLED console. So it’s good. Even if it’s a bit strange not to see nintendo taking advantage of the console to get more people to play the game.

Splatoon 3 OLED console

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As we know it, Splaton 3 launch September 9. We’ve already seen plenty of footage that shows gameplay and what’s to come. nintendo even dedicated a whole Nintendo Direct to this game. See a Splaton 3 The Nintendo console is ideal for fans who want to get a custom Switch. In the past, the Animal Crossing Nintendo Switch version sold like crazy, so, we expect it to be the same scenario here. You can find the Splaton 3 console at various retailers right now and remember that pre-orders for the game are also up.

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Relax this summer with your new Nintendo console: at a reduced price! https://r4isdhcx.com/relax-this-summer-with-your-new-nintendo-console-at-a-reduced-price/ Fri, 05 Aug 2022 09:09:01 +0000 https://r4isdhcx.com/relax-this-summer-with-your-new-nintendo-console-at-a-reduced-price/ The summer brings with it those endless (and enjoyable!) days of doing nothing out of obligation. Lazy mornings, afternoons on the beach and chilly nights, enjoying free time. You don’t know how entertain you at those times? The console nintendo more compact is just what you need. Plus, it’s on sale now on Amazon! nintendo […]]]>
The summer brings with it those endless (and enjoyable!) days of doing nothing out of obligation. Lazy mornings, afternoons on the beach and chilly nights, enjoying free time. You don’t know how entertain you at those times? The console nintendo more compact is just what you need. Plus, it’s on sale now on Amazon!

nintendo is one of the most famous companies in the world of video games, and with its Nintendo Switch, it has amply demonstrated that it deserves this position. Although the one who brings us here today is the lite version of this, ideal for people who travel constantly and want a compact console.

Despite its size, it allows continued access to the complete catalog games. From the classics, with Mario, Kirby and Link in the foreground, to the most India, you will find a wide variety of titles! And, as surprising as it may seem, it is lowered on Amazon!

The Nintendo Switch Lite console is on sale

As we’ve pointed out, the version of the Nintendo Switch we’re bringing today is the light. That is to say the most compact you will find on the market. Has a filter of 5.5 inches with which you can enjoy all the details of the game you want. Although a bit smaller, it doesn’t lose an iota of the quality expected from the brand. The sound doesn’t change either, so you can enjoy all game soundtracks.

It is available in different colors, but the one currently on sale is the yellow. And that’s good, because it’s one of the most sought after!

The fundamental difference between the Lite model and its older sister is that its Joy-Con they are not removable. It is purely focused on handheld games, for people who still want to take the Nintendo console with them. The fact that the buttons cannot be removed also makes them unusable. vibration and infrared movement camera.

However, this is not a hindrance for playing any game. Also, if one of the titles you are interested in only supports handheld play, you can always help out. other additional checks. And so everything will have a solution!

main sound advantage is that it is much easier to transport. That’s why it’s perfect for summer and travel, because you can always take it with you. Of course: we recommend that you get a cover to protect it, because that way you will avoid any blows.

The best way to have fun in the summer

If yours is the collaborative gameyou should know that they can connect up to eight consoles to play. This will allow you to enjoy with all your friends without inconvenience.

Don’t hesitate and get the most compact Nintendo console. The Versatility being able to take it anywhere will eventually earn the opportunity to play on TV. Also, It’s cheaper than the Nintendo Switch. Especially after the Amazon sale! It can be yours for only 211 €despite the fact that it usually has a higher cost.

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good plan to grab on the Nintendo console with a 256 GB memory card https://r4isdhcx.com/good-plan-to-grab-on-the-nintendo-console-with-a-256-gb-memory-card/ Tue, 26 Jul 2022 07:00:00 +0000 https://r4isdhcx.com/good-plan-to-grab-on-the-nintendo-console-with-a-256-gb-memory-card/ If you are looking for an offer on the Switch with a memory card, then the following good plan will surely attract your curiosity. On the Fnac site, it is possible to obtain the Nintendo console with a 256 GB card for exactly 270 euros. CLICK HERE TO TAKE ADVANTAGE OF THIS OFFER The classic […]]]>
If you are looking for an offer on the Switch with a memory card, then the following good plan will surely attract your curiosity. On the Fnac site, it is possible to obtain the Nintendo console with a 256 GB card for exactly 270 euros.

The classic version of the Nintendo Switch is in the spotlight on the Fnac site. At the moment, the famous console of the Japanese giant is the subject of a good plan at the French brand specializing in the field of high-tech.

Indeed, the Nintendo Switch comes with a pair of Neon Red/Blue Joy-Cons is sold as a pack at the price of 270 euros. In addition to the Switch, Fnac customers will have a SanDisk memory card with a capacity of 256 GB. Knowing that the memory card in question is less than 50 euros, the Nintendo Switch then costs 220 euros.

Regarding the Switch, this is the second version of the Nintendo console, which has been on the market since the end of August 2019. This console model notably has a better autonomy estimated at 9 hours (compared to 6.5 hours for the version 2017) and a native storage space of 32 GB. With the included memory card, the memory of the Switch will be 288 GB. Con, a Nintendo Switch dock, an HDMI cable, a Nintendo Switch power adapter, and a pair of Joy-Con straps.

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The first PlayStation was almost a Nintendo console https://r4isdhcx.com/the-first-playstation-was-almost-a-nintendo-console/ Sun, 24 Jul 2022 18:00:00 +0000 https://r4isdhcx.com/the-first-playstation-was-almost-a-nintendo-console/ Hearing Nintendo Playstation has an almost alternate universe, but it’s something that happened in that very universe (and who knows, something that might have prevented it from going completely off the rails). Anyway, let’s go back to the year 1988, when Nintendo decided to give the development of video games on CD a chance. Yes, […]]]>

Hearing Nintendo Playstation has an almost alternate universe, but it’s something that happened in that very universe (and who knows, something that might have prevented it from going completely off the rails). Anyway, let’s go back to the year 1988, when Nintendo decided to give the development of video games on CD a chance. Yes, the same Nintendo that didn’t end up making games on disc until ten years later in 2001 – we assure our readers once again that they are still in the same universe.

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Although this is one of the funniest Tweets of all time, it also almost happened.

In an effort to create a CD-based add-on for the SNES, they employed CD pioneer Sony. Sony still didn’t have big console ambitions at the time, but the deal they offered Nintendo was almost a one-way street for Sony in terms of revenue. Nintendo wouldn’t have wanted it and decided to express their displeasure via a top 10 moments worthy of anime betrayals.

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And an add-on that somehow feels more complex than the PS1 and SNES combined.

In 1991, Nintendo took the stage at the Consumer Electronics Show to announce their CD-based add-on, but instead of announcing the partnership with Sony, they announced a partnership with Philips, Sony’s arch nemesis in CDs. . Yes, they did in a live conference against the Sony boss. It’s such a cold decision that it can only inspire the likes of Bill Gates, a man who did a very similar thing when announcing the original Xbox.

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