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Here’s What You Need to Know About the New Nintendo Switch

Nintendo's much-speculated-about next console has had its official reveal – so we can all stop making shit up, now.
Mike Diver
10.20.16
Gaming

Listen to Episode 10 of the VICE Gaming (UK) Podcast

Mike Diver's joined by Bit Socket's Scott and Joe, and Jim Trinca, to discuss PlayStation VR, the Nintendo NX, Final Fantasy and Tomb Raider.
Mike Diver
10.13.16
Gaming

Reports Claim That the Nintendo NX Is (Mainly) a Handheld Console (Obviously)

Look at the company's past successes and the decision to make the NX a hybrid affair, for home and mobile play, makes perfect sense.
Mike Diver
7.26.16
Gaming

Nintendo’s E3 Awards Victory Shows That They’re Console Contenders Again

The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild' is E3's outstanding game in the eyes of the critics, which sets Nintendo in great stead for an NX comeback.
Mike Diver
7.6.16
Gaming

The New Zelda Represents a Genuinely Fresh Direction for Nintendo’s Veteran Series

<i>Breath of the Wild</i> feels as organic, as inviting, as the original <i>The Legend of Zelda</i>, and this is A Good Thing.
Heidi Kemps
6.17.16
Gaming

Goodbye Wii U, Hello NX: This Is What Nintendo Needs to Do Next

Former <i>Official Nintendo Magazine</i> writer Chris Scullion and VICE's Mike Diver discuss their hopes for the gaming giant's next chapter.
Chris Scullion and Mike Diver
5.4.16
Gaming

This Almost Certainly Is Not the Nintendo NX Controller

Sorry to break it to you, but come on, that looks like complete garbage.
Mike Diver
3.18.16
The VICE Guide to Making 2016 Better Than 2015

This Is How Gaming in 2016 Will Be Better Than Gaming in 2015

From triple-A studios finally cracking contemporary consoles to the continued rise of professional play, it's going to be a big twelve months.
Mike Diver
1.5.16
VICE vs Video games

If These Truly are the Final Days of the Wii U, Let It Go with a Bang

After a somewhat disappointing E3 showing, Nintendo's Wii U might be heading for the scrapheap. But it's not about to go out quietly.
Sean Thomas
6.19.15