However, this really does feel like the year that Nintendo finally confirms the Nintendo Switch Pro (or whatever it may be called). It’s almost inevitable that they release an upgraded Switch at some point, and there’s no better time to do it than in the midst of a heated next-gen console war and ahead of some of the company’s most anticipated games.
Mother 3 Comes to Nintendo Switch in 2021
Granted, talking about an official port of Mother 3 has historically been as productive as trying to confirm Half-Life 3, but the thing that could make it happen this year is the simple fact that Nintendo’s projected 2021 lineup is looking a bit weak at the moment.
Could Covid-19 production delays finally force Nintendo to break that emergency glass, reach into their back catalog, and just make this happen? Well, I feel like those rumors regarding a possible Mother collection or possible remasters may be a bit of a stretch, but yeah, the timing for a simple port finally feels right.
Valve Reveals Their Handheld PC Gaming Device
There was a time when even suggesting Valve will announce anything at E3 was enough to get you laughed out of the room. However, Valve recently shocked everyone by confirming that they will indeed announce something during this year’s show.
It’s possible that reveal won’t amount to much more than a Steam update, but some insiders suggest that Valve could be ready to showcase the SteamPal: the company’s long-awaited handheld PC gaming device. Maybe Valve ultimately decides to reveal that device during their own digital event, but this is Valve we’re talking about, so don’t be surprised if they end up dropping the hottest mixtape of the summer pretty much out of the blue.
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