• Nintendo Switch Games That Don't Support Handheld Mode

    4 days ago - By Game Skinny

    The Nintendo Switch Lite announcement dropped yesterday and confirmed long-rumored changes to the hybrid console, including its lack of detachable Joy-Con controllers.
    Fusing the controllers with the system like the Switch Lite does means system owners can only play games in handheld mode since it'd be impossible to engage in docked or tabletop mode otherwise. Unfortunately, it means there are some games and features Switch Lite can't play natively, and we've put together a list of those for your convenience.
    Note that the system itself can still run these games. It would just require an...
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  • Switch Lite Pre-Orders Are Live For Some, Will You Buy One?

    Switch Lite Pre-Orders Are Live For Some, Will You Buy One?

    4 days ago - By Forbes

    Nintendo Switch Lite pre-orders are going live, and should come to the US soon.
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  • Nintendo Switch Lite Won't Support All Games

    4 days ago - By Game Rant

    The Nintendo Switch Lite will not support several major games out of the box, with some Switch games simply not playable and others requiring Joy Con controllers.
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  • Nintendo Will Continue to Support the 3DS Despite the Announcement of the Switch Lite

    Nintendo Will Continue to Support the 3DS Despite the Announcement of the Switch Lite

    4 days ago - By VG Chartz

    Nintendo of America president Doug Bowser speaking with The Verge in an interview that despite the announcement of the Nintendo Switch Lite, the company plans to continue to support the Nintendo 3DS.
    "We'll continue to support our 3DS family of systems as long as there is demand," said Bowser.
    The Nintendo Switch Lite is a smaller and handheld only version of Nintendo's popular hybrid console, the Switch. It will launch on September 20 for $199.
    A life-long and avid gamer, William D'Angelo was first introduced to VGChartz in 2007. After years of supporting the site, he was brought on in...
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