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If you’ve either been holding off on getting a Nintendo Switch or just want a slight upgrade, you may be in luck. Bloomberg sources speculate that Nintendo’s lower-cost Switch Mini console will “likely” arrive by the end of June, or shortly after the annual E3 expo. This would be just a “modest upgrade”, and a mower powerful “Pro” model may arrive either late this year or in early 2020. Read more for a video and additional information.
There haven’t been any official announcements about a new Punch-Out!! game, but Mike Tyson recently Tweeted something that has got fans thinking. “Heard @Nintendo was doing the new “Punch Out” without even contacting me. it wont be the same. my knockouts made the game. thats whack,” said Tyson. So far, this franchise started in the arcade as simply Punch-Out!!, which was followed by a sequel Super Punch-Out!!. It has since spanned home consoles, including an SNES and Super Famicom sequel Super Punch-Out!! and a Wii sequel Punch-Out!!. Read more for a video of Mike Tyson trying to beat himself in the original Punch-Out!! game and additional information.
Have you been waiting for an iPhone SE 2? You may be in for a surprise during the third quarter of this year if the latest rumors are true. A successor, called the iPhone XE, is reportedly in the works, and will boast a 4.8-inch OLED display. Other features may include: a single-lens, 12MP front-facing camera, Apple A11 / A12 Fusion chip, 4GB of RAM, and 64GB / 128 GB / 256GB of internal storage. The official unveiling could take place at Apple’s annual Fall keynote. Read more for a video and additional information.
There are rumors circulating that Polish video game developer CD Projekt will be releasing The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt on the Nintendo Switch some time next year, but nothing has yet been confirmed. French wholesale retailer wtt.biz uploaded a listing for the game with the placeholder date of December 31st, 2019, which has since been pulled, but with the game’s large install size and graphical demands, it may have been an error, unless the developer is making it for the next-generation Switch console. Read more for a video and additional information.