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  1. JPickford

    A critical take on the Nintendo Switch

    Switch isn't an Android Tablet. It's a console with a screen that can seamlessly switch from portable to TV mode - scaling up the graphical power when docked.
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    ONRUSH - A New Breed of Arcade Action

    Photo modes are a genius promotional tool.
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    A critical take on the Nintendo Switch

    It's significantly less powerful than the non-portable consoles. Whether you consider that underpowered is subjective. I find it has the games with the highest frame rates and the prettiest graphics.
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    A critical take on the Nintendo Switch

    Power without power?
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    A critical take on the Nintendo Switch

    Yeah the dock really should charge it when it's not plugged in. Stupid Nintendo.
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    A critical take on the Nintendo Switch

    There's no phone that could run BOTW for 3+ hours.
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    A critical take on the Nintendo Switch

    An ignorant take on the nintendo switch.
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    Captain Toad: Treasure Tracker

    Pointer works surprisingly well.
  9. I think the Olde English is just in one area. I've played 3 characters in this demo and 2 in the other one and only one of that 5 had Olde English. The one with the wolf pet.
  10. The cased version. I don't think there's a retail version planned (or announced at least).
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    Nintendo Switch

    I've had a switch since launch with no SD card.
  12. Still not following. How would Sinclair declaring their voting intention cause a legal problem? They can legally vote either way (obviously) and they can legally say how they intend to vote (should they choose to).
  13. I don't follow. Earlier Sinclair DID say they would side with Andrews. Later they changed their mind. How would expressing their intention (again) lead to legal battles in court? They are entitled to vote either way.
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