Video: Seven ‘Impossible’ Ports That Made It Onto Nintendo Systems

The games that shouldn’t have been.

With the Nintendo Switch being the system that it is, a fairly underpowered one when compared to its industry rivals, the term ‘impossible port’ is being branded about like never before. In recent years we’ve seen a number of big, super-ambitious titles get squeezed onto Nintendo’s little tablet – like the recent DOOM Eternal, for example – and it’s all very, very impressive.

As such, we thought it’d be a good idea to look a little further back through Nintendo’s history, picking out seven ports from systems gone by that just shouldn’t have been possible. You can join us on this impossible journey in the video above, hosted by our resident Kiddy Kong fan, Jon – we discuss games on consoles like the N64, 3DS, and more, so there should be something for everyone.

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Fancy A Second Switch Dock For Your Bedroom Or Office? Now’s Your Chance

Standalone docks appear on Nintendo’s US store.

If you’d love to have the option of quickly docking your Nintendo Switch in more than one location – say, your front room and a bedroom or office – you’re certainly in luck.

Nintendo currently has stock of standalone Switch docks on its official US website; available for $59.99, the dock would be a perfect solution for anyone wishing to play their console across two TVs, or as a replacement for any broken units. They don’t come with an HDMI cable or an AC adapter, so you’ll have to source those yourself, but you can grab the Switch dock below if you’d like one:

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Fantasy Defense Review

Fantasy DefenseWhen gamers talk about niche player count games, it hardly gets more niche than 1-2 player games. These are specifically games that work well solo, or, if gamers manage to trick a Tinder date into playing board games, also work with two. The next game up for consideration is aptly, if unimaginatively, called Fantasy Defense. […]

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Random: Zelda: Breath Of The Wild Fan Restores Unused Shrine Hidden In The Game’s Files

‘Dungeon136’ revealed.

We’re used to seeing brand new tricks and secrets being discovered in Zelda: Breath of the Wild on a surprisingly regular basis, but here’s something a little different.

Zelda fan and modder Waikuteru has been digging around in the game’s files, cooking up a visible, playable version of a Shrine that didn’t make it into the final game. As Waikuteru explains in the video below, the 136 Shrines available across the base game and its DLC are listed as ‘Dungeon000’ to ‘Dungeon135’, but there’s also a secret ‘Dungeon136’ to be found.

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