• Destroy All Humans Remake Comes To Nintendo Switch In June

    1 day ago - By GameInformer

    When it was announced that Destroy All Humans was receiving a remake a decade and a half after the fact, fans were excited to step back into the shoes of Crypto as he causes all manner of chaos for the poor, unsuspecting earthlings. Unfortunately for Nintendo Switch owners, publisher THQ Nordic and developer Black Forest Games passed over that platform with the 2020 release. However, the team is rectifying that with a newly announced 2021 release date for fans of Nintendo's hybrid system. The Destroy All Humans remake comes to Switch on June 29.
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  • Nintendo Switch code shows Bluetooth headphones support could come soon

    Nintendo Switch code shows Bluetooth headphones support could come soon

    1 day ago - By Pocket-lint

    The Nintendo Switch and fully-portable Switch Lite are superbly designed games consoles, but there's always been something that's irked us and many other owners - the lack of Bluetooth heaphone support. Yes, we can wire a pair of headphones to either console, via the 3.5mm port, or use a third-party wireless adapter that plugs into the USB-C port. But, considering Bluetooth is on board already, why can't we use it to stream audio to our wireless in-, on- or over-ears? Thankfully, it looks like we don't have to let it bother us much longer, as dataminers have discovered code in Nintendo 's...
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  • Destroy All Humans Announced For Nintendo Switch In Dastardly Fakeout

    Destroy All Humans Announced For Nintendo Switch In Dastardly Fakeout

    1 day ago - By GameSpot

    Destroy All Humans came to PS4, Xbox One, Google Stadia and PC last year, but the game skipped out on Nintendo Switch. That's changing very soon, as the game is releasing on the portable hybrid system with two collector's editions. We do have to say, however, that THQ Nordic's way of announcing the port on social media was pretty dastardly. How did THQ Nordic go about announcing the Nintendo Switch version? It decided to do a bait-and-switch, literally, by tricking fans into thinking it was about to announce a remake of Destroy All Humans 2. What do a Destroy All Humans! remake and the...
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