The Super Smash Bros. series makes its Nintendo Switch debut next month. Here's everything we know so far about the upcoming mascot brawler.

Super Mario Party bundle is a great deal on Joy-Cons

Nintendo will offer a very good deal on Super Mario Party and a pair of Joy-Cons later this month. A bundle including the Switch game and a neon green/neon yellow Joy-Con set hits stores, cutting at least $40 off the price of buying them separately.

Nintendo Reiterates It Has "Absolutely No Plans" To Offer First-Party Games As Cross-Platform Titles

Will support external publishers, however - With cross-platform play being a hot topic in the gaming world at the moment, ...

Take Holiday Shopping to the Next Level at the Nintendo Switch Holiday Experience

Some of the hottest games will be playable at the Nintendo Switch Holiday Experience, coming to select shopping centers starting Nov 10.

The Nintendo Switch Doesn't Need YouTube, or Any Other Streaming App

The Switch is great for playing games, and we don't need to dilute its functionality when there are plenty of other ways to stream video.

YouTube app for Nintendo Switch is live now

The Switch has finally got its first non-gaming app, but what about Netflix, iPlayer, and all the rest?

Learn more details about YouTube for Nintendo Switch and take a look at gameplay screenshots and videos.

The notorious Black Friday, the beast of all sales days, is fast approaching. And I’m sure you all know, with all of the Christmas music (and the freezing cold), Christmas, too, shall follow not long after. So, most people sit down with their kids (or by themselves, like me) and write down what they  want...

YouTube Finally Lands on Nintendo Switch

The Nintendo Switch is getting an official YouTube app starting today.

YouTube on Switch Hands-on: Good, but Incomplete

YouTube's finally on the Switch, and while it's a better port than Hulu, it's still missing some oddly left-out features.

YouTube arrives on Nintendo Switch today

YouTube is launching on the Nintendo Switch today. The app, which can be downloaded for free from the eShop, becomes just the second major video platform to be released on the console since the Switch hit shelves in March 2017.