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Sorry, Nintendo 64 fans: It sounds like Nintendo isn’t making a miniature ‘Classic Edition’ anytime soon
A miniature Nintendo 64 console isn't in the works, says the president of Nintendo of America.
You can cancel a Nintendo Switch Online membership through your Switch's Nintendo eShop app. You can do this at any time after subscribing.
To add friends on your Nintendo Switch, you can use a "Friend Code," a Bluetooth connection, or add someone you've played with recently.
A Nintendo Switch Online subscription unlocks the full potential of the system, giving you access to online multiplayer gaming and classic games.
Nintendo is releasing a replica of the Super Nintendo controller for the Nintendo Switch, and pre-orders are already selling out
Nintendo re-released 20 Super Nintendo games for the Nintendo Switch earlier this month, and now the classic controller is making a comeback.
Nintendo quietly made a major change to how its online service works after adding 20 new Super Nintendo games this week
A whopping 20 new Super Nintendo games are finally part of the Nintendo Switch, but they come at a cost.
Nintendo’s Netflix-like service for classic games is still far from perfect, but it’s so inexpensive that you should get it anyway
For $20 per year, Nintendo offers access to a digital library of classic games on Nintendo Switch Online. But is it worth it? The answer is yes.
Nintendo is finally bringing Super Nintendo games to the Switch. Check out the full list of the first 20 games arriving Thursday.
The long wait is over: Nintendo has finally added Super Nintendo games to the Nintendo Switch, and they're available now.
Super Nintendo games are coming to the Nintendo Switch this week — and they’re free if you’re a subscriber to its $20/year Nintendo ...
If you're a Nintendo Switch Online subscriber, you can start playing Super Nintendo games like "Super Mario World" and "Starfox" on Thursday.
Microsoft, Sony, and Google are investing in subscriptions and streaming to give gamers more choice — but the real challenge is changing the way...
Apple, Google, Microsoft, and more are investing in gaming subscriptions, but it may be difficult for them to revolutionize the industry.