Keep the Nintendo Switch™ charged while at home or on the go with Nyko’s Power Kit for Nintendo Switch™. Power Kit allows you to charge the Nintendo Switch™ while it is outside the dock. It is compact in design enabling it to fit into most bags or travel cases. The AC adapter features foldable prongs and an 8-ft. detachable USB Type-C™ cable, perfect for easy travel and storage. The USB wall plug has a power LED for ease of use in darker areas and can be used to recharge other USB devices.
Charge the Nintendo Switch™ at home or on the go
Detachable 8 foot cable enables recharging from any AC outlet or USB port
USB wall plug can be used to recharge other USB devices
USB Type-C™ - USB 2.0 data transfer supported*
NOTE: Not compatible with the official Switch dock
*The USB Type-A port on the Power Kit can only output a maximum of 2.4 amps. This results in a slower charge rate than when using the official Switch AC adapter.
Mario Sports Superstars brings over-the-top tennis action to Nintendo 3DS. Time your button presses to bust out tricky special shots and control each rally to come out on top. Take on friends and rivals in local or online multiplayer, hone skills in training, or tackle single-player tournaments. Whether you pick Mario, Waluigi, or one of sixteen others, you're on the road to superstardom!
I felt we had to mention this very quickly, since I'm sure some fans will want to know the info, even if it's disappointing. A rating for Mega Man Legacy Collection 2 has surfaced, but the sad news is that there's no mention of 3DS or Switch. The rating only talks PS4, Xbox One and PC. If that changes, we'll be sure to give you more details.
An update on the Wii U release date for World to the West: pic.twitter.com/PJnLKqhdKo— Calamity Ori-Warui (@oleivarrudi) April 28, 2017
@GoNintendoTweet it's not a big delay, but we basically want to smooth out the framerate and get the lighting to look closer to the other versions.— Calamity Ori-Warui (@oleivarrudi) April 28, 2017
This is a Nintendo UK interview with Image & Form's Julius Guldbog
NUK: And how have the capabilities of Nintendo Switch helped you improve the sequel?
JG: The first SteamWorld Dig was made for Nintendo 3DS, so we made sure that you could play it on your daily commute. But we also wanted to make sure that it could be played for longer periods of time as well. And of course that carries over to SteamWorld Dig 2. Having a console that's essentially both a handheld and a home console is the perfect platform for it.
Other than that, it’s a powerful machine, so we can make some really nice things with the graphics; like improved textures, cool lighting effects, really fluid animations and more. It’s a buttery-smooth 60 frames-per-second full HD when docked, and 60 frames-per-second in handheld mode too.
NUK: You announced during the Nindies Showcase in February that SteamWorld Dig 2 would make use of HD rumble. How’s that coming along?
JG: I quite like what we’ve been able to pull off with HD rumble. One thing is recreating the sensation of digging into certain materials. There’s so many cool things you can do. HD rumble will be a fabulous feature of SteamWorld Dig 2.