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Nintendo Switch – The Big Questions

Back in March 2015, D4G predicted that Nintendo could be working on a mobile console that would dock into a larger device, producing both portable and home consoles. Fast forward a year or so, and Nintendo announced just that – The Nintendo Switch. While the announcement trailer was amazing (with many...

Nintendo Switch Game Cart Storage Capacity

Let us start with a quick question. What cost Nintendo Final Fantasy 7? The answer? Game cart/disc storage capacity. The N64 could only offer up to 64mb of storage. Even the GameCube could only offer developers up to 1.5GB of space. When you compare that to the original PlayStation (up to 750MB per CD) and...

Storage Capacity of the Nintendo Switch

Q: The Nintendo Switch is fantastic news for long-term Ninty fans (myself included). However, Nintendo need to make sure they don’t repeat the mistakes they made with the Wii U. One of the major flaws was storage capacity. Not only was it limited to just 32GB but the console was far too high in price...

Nintendo Switch – Battery Life

The Nintendo Switch blew quite a few minds when it was finally announced to be both a mobile and home console. Simply lifting a tablet-like device from its main home console dock (and attaching those awesome little control pads), allows the player to enjoy home console gaming on the go. Better still, mobile...

TMNT: Legends – Feedback (Cost)

The amazing Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: Legends, may be a highly addictive 3D turn-based RPG, but it’s also one (if not, THE) most expensive IAP games on iphone and Android. Commanding up to £64.99 for just one guaranteed character (that you’ll still have to level-up from scratch) is hard to...

TMNT Legends: What should you spend your money on?

Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: Legends may be a free game for mobile (and a great little RPG), but free-to-play means you’re going to be nudged to spend real-world cash at some point. While D4G always recommend spending some form of cash on the free-to-play games you love the most, you still have to...

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