Switch Weekly News Roundup: Switch Turns One and And Disappearing User Reviews

It’s been just over a year since the Nintendo Switch launched around the world, and quite a lot has changed for both Nintendo’s future and the state of the system. This week’s news doesn’t quite do that drastic change too much justice, but it does have several highlights you won’t want to miss.

Speaking of anniversaries, the Switch and its flagship title Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild have quite a lot to celebrate. Of course, we had to take the time to reflect our favorite things about the game a year later, the system’s first year, and which Wii U titles we think deserve one more chance before you make the jump to Switch forever. Thankfully, the Switch isn’t stuck in 2017, and the future has so much more to bring with confirmed releases for Happy Birthdays and Peter Molyneux’s latest title The Trail: Frontier Challenge. As far as Diablo goes, this week’s tease proved to be false.

Forthcoming Releases

It Looks Like Blizzard Is Teasing Diablo For Nintendo Switch [UPDATE]

Nintendo Switch Version Of Dinosaur Gardening Game Happy Birthdays Dated

Nintendo Switch Version Of Fable Creator’s Adventure Game Coming Soon

Limited-Edition Zelda: Breath Of The Wild Complete Soundtrack Releasing This April In Japan

Updates and DLC

Two Batmobiles Coming To Rocket League Next Week


Nintendo Switch Adds 20 New Games, Xenoblade Chronicles 2 DLC This Week

Nintendo Launches User Reviews, But Removes Them Right Away And Doesn’t Explain Why


Nintendo Switch Is Resetting Play Times After One Year [UPDATE 2]

Nintendo Switch’s One Year Anniversary Marks A Successful Launch With A Few Key Hiccups

Nintendo Switch One Year Later: 5 Wii U Games That Deserve A Second Chance

60 Things We Still Love About Zelda: Breath Of The Wild


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