Posted May 13, 2018 10:13am | IGN By the time you’re done playing Minecraft, the gaming world has moved on to the latest installment in the series.
The latest installment is The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild, which debuted at the Game Developers Conference this past weekend and has sold more than 4 million copies in its first month.
But how did it get to be the best game to launch on the console in the first place?
Read on to find out how it came to be that way, and to get a peek into what Nintendo’s upcoming NX is like.
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After a handful of pre-orders, Nintendo announced the console at E3, and it’s already sold out in stores.
But even before the Switch hit stores, Nintendo’s reputation was in tatters, thanks to the launch of the PS4 Pro.
Since then, the Switch has been in a very rocky position, and with all that happened with the PSN, the console was suddenly viewed as a bit of a joke.
As the Switch’s sales began to slow down in August, a few Switch users started making posts about how bad things were on the system.
The Switch’s biggest issue with the game was its inability to display certain game trailers and trailers without ads, and that’s something that the Nintendo Switch’s graphics card does not have the capability to handle.
And in a situation like this, the game developers would not have been able to implement their trailers in a way that would make it possible for the Switch to show off a game.
Nintendo’s response was to take the Switch down to its core, to put a new, fully integrated graphics card inside.
But while it’s still capable of showing trailers, the problem with the Switch system is that it has to do so while playing a game in order to display them.
To fix this issue, Nintendo is offering up a Switch Pro GPU that allows players to play trailers without the need to be plugged in.
This will let Nintendo continue to showcase trailers without needing to be connected to the internet.
The Switch Pro will be available in November for $99.99, and while it may not be as capable as the Nvidia GeForce GTX 1080 Ti, it is a significant upgrade.
It will also allow the Switch users to play games like Horizon Zero Dawn and Horizon Zero Subtitle, which are already pretty impressive, without having to connect to the Switch network or even the internet to play.
Nintendo is also introducing a new feature that will let the Switch Pro users play online with friends.
This feature is a great way for the system to become a “gaming hub” with friends who may not have a Switch to play with.
There are also other changes that Nintendo is bringing to the system that have fans excited.
The system is getting a redesigned home screen, complete with an app called the NX App, which allows users to quickly access their favorite games, movies, TV shows, and other content from their smartphone.
While Nintendo doesn’t want to call this feature NX Pro, the new Home Screen looks like it will offer a lot of new features that the original Home Screen could not.
For more on the Nintendo NX, check out our review.
We’ve had a lot to say about Nintendo’s Switch hardware, and this review is part of that.
The Legend: Zelda: Game of the Year Edition is available now on Amazon, Best Buy, and Walmart, with Nintendo also making a few retail bundles available at retail outlets.
It costs $349.99.