The Nintendo Switch has thus far proved to be a huge success and undoubtedly the competition will be looking at the device to see how they can replicate its success. One designer has beaten them to it however, with a concept showcase for a ‘PlayStation Switch’.
Switch Streamers recently offered a guide to getting a Japanese Nintendo eShop account on Nintendo Switch, and many of our audience have welcomed the advice. However, there’s also been a demand for information in determining whether or not a videogame comes with English language as standard, so we’ve prepared a handy guide for this.
Finished The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild? Waiting for more friends to jump on-board the Mario Kart 8: Deluxe hype-wagon? The Nintendo Switch is a relatively expensive piece of hardware, so finding the funds to purchase another videogame might be difficult before payday. Thankfully, there’s a small selection of free content already available for the Nintendo Switch.
The Nintendo eShop is slowly filling with content allowing you to make the most of your Nintendo Switch. However, as has always been the case with videogames, Japan is receiving a number of releases which are not available in western territories. Switch Streamers has therefore prepared this handy guide to help you obtain some videogame titles that might otherwise remain forever out of your reach.
Just got yourself a Nintendo Switch? Great! Welcome to the party! You’ll soon be able to jump straight into playing the likes of The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild, Mario Kart 8: Deluxe, Wonder Boy: The Dragon’s Trap and much more. But before that however, you’ll want to go through the set up process and get yourself a Nintendo ID sorted. Switch Streamers has you covered with a guide on how to do just that.
Nintendo’s online services are famed for being behind the curve, and the Nintendo Switch is no different. Despite internet browsers having been made available during the lifespan of Nintendo DS, Wii, Nintendo 3DS and Wii U consoles, the Nintendo Switch has launched without any such software. There is, however, a way to browse Facebook without the need for a standardised browser.
The Nintendo Switch may have been available for around a month now, but supplies are still in high demand. With new stock arriving this weekend many people will be receiving their Nintendo Switch console – most likely along with Mario Kart 8: Deluxe – in the next few days. In case you can’t wait that long Switch Streamers has put together an ‘unboxing’ video to help you prepare.
The Nintendo Switch remains under incredibly high demand across the globe. Reports of new stock arriving are instantly met with a rush to reserve console units ahead of delivery, and the UK is no different. Switch Streamers has learned that more UK shipments will arrive next week, with Amazon.co.uk already advertising receipt on 5th May 2017.