Earlier this week, Nintendo has announced a huge surprise for their Wii U and 3DS eShop. Today, Nintendo has again shared amazing goodies that Nintendo faithful fans will definitely enjoy. Also, an hands-on assessment for Super Retro Boy, and the most awaited interview with NVIDIA CEO Jen-Hsun Huang.
As previously reported, Wii U and 3DS will introduce Shift DX and Mega Maze to Nintendo eShop. Today, Mercenaries Saga 3, Hex Heroes, and Koi joins the celebration. Mercenaries Saga 3: Gray Wolves of War is sold for €5.99 (£5.89 or $7.13), and Koi for $3.99 which will be available in Nintendo eShop next week. Meanwhile, Hex Heroes is reported to overcome combat and Wii U version issues. Developers have released early footage for the game and discussed possible Switch's version.
Super Retro Boy gets a hands-on assessment with CNET, and it could be a deal breaker. During the CES 2017, Retro-Bit showed off their Super Retro Boy which is a clone version of the popular Game Boy, Game Boy Color, and Game Boy Advance. The clone version offers amazing features such as rechargeable battery and backlit screen. The most asked question "where are the L and R buttons?" is finally revealed. The shoulder buttons are transplanted to the front of the device, sounds off isn't it? Nonetheless, here is the full video for the Super Retro Boy Assessment.
Lastly, NVIDIA CEO, Jen-Hsun Huang says Nintendo Switch is "very Nintendo." Huang discussed his insights about Nintendo Switch when he was asked if Switch is part of their AI endeavors. Huang simply says "the beauty of that company, the craft of that company, the philosophy of that company-they're myopically, singularly focused on making sure that the gaming experience is amazing, surprising, and safe for young people, for children. Their dedication to their craft, that singular dedication, is quite admirable. When you guys all see Switch, I believe people are going to be blown away, quite frankly. It's really delightful."
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