Nintendo Switch is one of the topmost selling gaming consoles right now and with third-party support from different developers, this year is hopefully going to be a good year for the gamers as well as the company.
Now, this early into 2018, we're already seeing major games companies put more of their weight behind the hybrid home/handheld device.
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After Nintendo Switch, the house of Kyoto will probably not release a new console anytime soon, but a leak coming out from a Reddit user through a not so true-looking magazine shows that Nintendo still has some space to build a Switch DS. We know that. But ads help us pay the bills.
Nintendo DS is a handsome 32 bit-dual screen handheld gaming console that came out more than a decade ago and there was no new generation we had heard about recently.
Team-Xecuter, a hacking group with a history of breaking consoles protection that goes as far back as the original PlayStation, claims that it has found an unfixable way to break Nintendo Switch protection.
Of course, it could be a mistake on Nintendo Norway's part so take it with a grain of salt.
Earlier this week, Amazon may have accidentally leaked a series of upcoming Nintendo Switch products that could possibly be announced later this month. However, no sales numbers or percentages were released for those titles. This would be huge for Nintendo if this is actually in the cards, and gives us even more of a reason to be hyped about the upcoming Direct. According to the initial tweet, this is update is allegedly supposed to hit in February, and has been shared on multiple outlets, including Nintendo Switch Brazil.