Published: Tue, January 02, 2018
Technology | By Christopher Mann

Nintendo Drops 18 Mystery Preorders on Amazon for Nintendo Switch

Nintendo Drops 18 Mystery Preorders on Amazon for Nintendo Switch

Well, it all comes down to the fact that Nintendo opted to use NVIDIA's Tegra X1 hardware platform for the Switch, which is known quantity to developers and hackers alike.

With the impressive comeback Nintendo made in 2017 thanks to the Switch console (already well past 10 million units sold), it is perhaps unsurprising that the New York Times would publish an article interviewing Nintendo guru Shigeru Miyamoto, among others.

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However, with the Switch having some issues (Namely their storage and support).

While the video explaining the specifics of the hack has now been removed, should you be interested in exploring the hack in the future it appears that you'll need to make sure your console stays at Switch firmware version 3.0. The price that was listed for them ranged from $59.99 to $99.99 giving it a broad range for game prices. They also have a release date of December 2019. If the games listed by Amazon are to be announced soon, there is no doubt they will be shown at the upcoming Nintendo Direct.

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- Shinya Takahashi, Nintendo EPD General Manager: "While we were truly saddened by Iwata's passing, it came at a time when new leaders were rising in the company". Rumors have persisted that Nintendo will host a Nintendo Direct this month, with the latest rumors pointing specifically to January 11th. In case you do not know, information was leaked from Electronic Arts months ago to ensure that more news about Faith would be revealed in a digital event that is supposed to be held next month. So, we recommend you take this information with a grain of salt and get excited until Nintendo or another official source confirms these releases.

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