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    A recent Nvidia leak pointed to numerous unannounced games and console exclusives.
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    Meme wizards, have at it.
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    Nintendo Life

    [Artist's name], I choose you!

    It's basically a nerd's version of Charlie and the Chocolate Factory: The Pokémon Company is once again running a competition where the winners get their art on a Pokémon trading card. Isn't that what we've all dreamed of since we very first saw a shiny Charizard on the playground?

    As much as I'd love to submit my own art, the only Pokémon drawings I have are the ones that I did when I reviewed Pokémon Art Academy, which range in skill from this:

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    Nintendo Life

    Love handles.

    If you're a Nintendo fan, then since day one you've probably always had at least two consoles on the go: one for the TV, and one for the car/bus/plane/bed. From 1989's Game Boy to Nintendo's boundary-blurring hybrid Switch, there has always been an option for players on-the-go.

    But the Nintendo Switch isn't their first foray into home console portability; the GameCube had a handle.

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    PC Gamer

    The New World hype comes in part from a public starved for a big 2000s-style MMO.
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    Xbox.com

    EA Sports NHL 22 introduces Superstar X-Factors, a new ability system inspired by the league’s top pros that lets you feel the personality and power of NHL superstars. Authentic to real player skill and style, the stars of the NHL truly come to life and influence games in major ways. Whether it’s an insanely fast […]
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    Go for a more muted tone for your Paint-a-Toona.
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    Major Nelson

    NOTE: This game leverages Smart Delivery allowing access to both the Xbox One and Xbox Series X|S versions of the game.      Product Info: Developer: Dustwind Studios, Z-Software  Publisher: Z-Software  Website: Dustwind – The Last Resort Twitter: @zsoftware / @dustwind_game Affiliate commission may be earned from Microsoft if you click a link and make a […]
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    The studio is aware of complaints and said addressing them is "a priority."
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    Where to find every mythic weapon to beat the Sideways.
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    Nintendo Life

    "Monkey Tennis?".

    Super Monkey Ball and its sequel were a mainstay for many who owned a GameCube, and Super Monkey Ball Deluxe was a similar treat for owners of other systems. SEGA has gone and remade the latter (which was just the first and second game with some added extras) from the ground up in the form of Super Monkey Ball Banana Mania, and we've chuffing played it. Jurassic Park!

    Being Monkey Ball aficionados ourselves, we're going to be far more sensitive to the little changes that separate Banana Mania from its source material, and whilst there are some twiddly bits here and there, such as marginally tweaked physics and a weird jolt of speed at the end of the ramp in Monkey Target, on the whole the package is shaping to to be a very good time. Hundreds of levels, 12 minigames with numerous options, a whole host of unlockable characters and modes — it's really a bountiful offering.

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    Nintendo Life

    Both 'Alwa' games are coming to Switch in a physical collection, too.

    Retro-Bit is producing a physical version of Elden Pixels' Alwa's Awakening and will be making the game available as part of its new 'Digical' imprint, it has been revealed.

    Alwa's Awakening: 8-Bit Edition will bring the game – which was designed as a NES title – to NES hardware and offers a host of new features, such as three new areas to explore and two new songs, and will retail for $59.99.

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    Nintendo Life

    Along with a $5,000 prize!

    The Pokémon Company is kicking off its latest Trading Card Illustration Contest, giving fans the chance to share their artwork in a bid to have it transformed into a real card.

    Usually restricted to just Japan, the 2022 Contest will also be thrown open to fans across the US (unfortunately, those of us in Europe will still miss out this year). The contest is centred around the theme of "drawing a moment in a Pokémon’s daily life", with applications set to open next month on 13th October.

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    Nintendo Life

    'Find Your Power'.

    We're just over three weeks away from the launch of Metroid Dread and Nintendo's keeping the hype train rolling with a brand new commercial.

    You can check it out for yourself above; there's gameplay footage as you'd expect, a voiceover that tempts you into a purchase (not that we need any convincing), and even a quick spotlight for the new Nintendo Switch OLED which launches on the same day.

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    Nintendo Life

    What a find!

    It's not often you stumble across brand new stock of games released in the '90s when browsing your favourite game store, but here we are with one of the most intriguing retail listings you're likely to see all year.

    German retailer Galeria Kaufhof has today added a brand new listing for Lufia II: Rise of the Sinistrals, known simply as Lufia in Europe, which was originally released back in 1997. The listing notes that it comes with its original packaging and manual and is only available in select branches.

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    Nintendo Life

    Connect wireless headphones to Switch via Bluetooth.

    A firmware update to the Nintendo Switch has enabled the use of wireless headphones directly with the console (without the need for an external third-party dongle or workaround to use Apple AirPods, Powerbeats, and other popular Bluetooth headphones with the system.

    In this Nintendo Switch wireless headphones connection guide, we'll take you through the steps to connect your AirPods to Switch and look at how to adjust the Switch's maximum headphone volume to your liking. It will also look at some common Bluetooth audio issues and offer potential solutions.

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    Nintendo Life

    Hoop Dreams?

    With another year's NBA season not too far away, a brand new edition of NBA 2K makes its way onto Switch just in time to give b-ball fans a wealth of slam-dunking sports action to get stuck into. This time around developer Visual Concepts has made a few neat changes to shooting and defence, improved upon last year's controversial shot meter and introduced a new fatigue system that'll see you need to be more strategically minded during matches. If you're an NBA 2K fan there's certainly plenty to enjoy in NBA 2K22, even if this port can be a little bit of a pain to play at times on Nintendo's console.

    Considering there's pretty much exactly the same core contingent of modes on offer as ever for this 2022 update, for the most part fans of the franchise will know what to expect at this stage. MyCareer, MyTeam, Blacktop, the WNBA, MyLeague and a bevvy of online options all make a return and, although the career mode has been shaken up a bit, it's pretty much business as usual outside of this. The fancy next-gen versions of NBA 2K22 may have a new City area to play around in this year but, unfortunately, this aspect of the game hasn't made it over to the Switch or other last-gen consoles.

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    Nintendo Life

    Flip the bird.

    The skateboarding game, as a genre, has been under-explored. Tony Hawk’s Pro Skater defined it with such finesse in 1999 that there has barely been any room for improvement – as borne out by the continuing appeal of that first game two decades later. But considering how much it has in common with a 3D platformer – open environments with an emphasis on acrobatic exploration and discovery – there is surely an opportunity for others to try some new ideas.

    Enter SkateBIRD, the game that answers the question, “What if Tony Hawk was a tiny hawk?” Whoever flippantly asked that question probably wasn’t expecting an answer in the form of a video game released several years of work later, but here it is.

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    Nintendo Life

    We'll take the Nintendo 64 pair, thanks.

    Companies like Puma may well be launching all sorts of official Nintendo shoes these days – have you seen their Animal Crossing and Mario designs? – but that won't stop us from dreaming of having an entire wardrobe of the things. You know, for different days of the week or something...

    Exacerbating our issues feelings tremendously, The Sole Supplier has been busy crafting mock-up designs for a variety of gaming systems. To be clear, these aren't real things you can go out and buy, but you can definitely imagine what would it be like to buy them, and that's close enough.

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    PC Gamer

    You can no longer blame your sweaty bendy meatsticks for losing anymore.
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