Despite some launch issues, Nintendo’s Switch brings in big sales

The highly anticipated Nintendo Switch finally launched last Friday, March 3rd. Of course, as with most consoles and games, it was plagued with a numerous amount of both minor and major issues. Reports across the Internet state that the Joy-cons (Switch’s handheld controllers) have connectivity issues when the Switch isn’t placed in an open area, and dead pixels. Dead pixels aren’t a first for Nintendo, … Continue reading Despite some launch issues, Nintendo’s Switch brings in big sales

Nintendo to stop production of the Wii U on Friday

UPDATE: Nintendo has denied any claims of stopping the Wii U’s production, and will continue to manufacture them. After announcing the Nintendo Switch, a console that looks to bridge the gap between handheld and console gaming, rumour has it that the gaming company has made the decision to stop the production of the Wii U on Friday, November 3rd. The Wii U was never a … Continue reading Nintendo to stop production of the Wii U on Friday

GamerLink creates a smooth, social gaming experience with you in mind

We’ve all been there. Stuck in an age of never ending multiplayer releases, like Blizzard’s smash hit Overwatch, yet with a constant fear of solo queue. Sure, maybe you’ve got yourself a nice little friend group that you jump on with and trash enemies with, but what happens when they’re not on, or busy playing a different game? For me, I’ve always taken to subreddits … Continue reading GamerLink creates a smooth, social gaming experience with you in mind

Xbox One S announced by Microsoft

In their E3 press conference today, Microsoft has announced the Xbox One S, a slimmer, sleeker, and more powerful version of 2013’s Xbox One. Starting at $299, the Xbox One S specs are quite impressive when compared to the original Xbox One, especially considering the two are currently advertised at the same price. My predicition for the night: the Xbox One S has a solid … Continue reading Xbox One S announced by Microsoft