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By Jonathan Balofsky On 28 Feb, 2017 At 02:04 PM | Categorized As News, NINTENDO, Nintendo Switch, PC Games, ROG News | With 0 Comments

No GravatarSome more surprising news coming about the Switch, and this time it is all good news in every right way. The Switch Pro Controller has been confirmed to be able to be used natively on PC. This can be done via Bluetooth and does not need a USB.

This is great news for PC Gamers, because the Switch Pro Controller has an extremely large battery life, much more than other gamepads. That factor alone, can make this a must try. By all indications, this will work as a standard PC Gamepad, so this is an alternative many might want to try.

By Jonathan Balofsky On 22 Jan, 2016 At 03:32 AM | Categorized As News, NINTENDO, ROG News | With 0 Comments

No GravatarFreezeMe, a 3D Platformer inspired by classic N64 games such as Super Mario 64 and the Banjo Kazooie games, has been approved for Wii U by Nintendo of America after a bug caused a delay in the process. On Wii U there will be a variety of control options included touch controls with the Wii U gamepad, pointer controls with the Wiimote, and pro controller for classic style gaming. FreezeMe has been highly anticipated so to hear that its finally coming to Wii U is great news.

See the Wii U Trailer below


By ericyo On 17 Sep, 2012 At 12:47 PM | Categorized As Featured, News, NINTENDO, ROG News | With 0 Comments

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The Wii U is already seeing some very positive signs of it’s success. One thing that’s looking really good for the Wii U is it’s pre-order sales. It looks like Nintendo may have another hard to find situation, like it did with the Wii’s release back 2006. Inventory was short and many retailers were left with no stock at all, lines of people would form outside retailers several hours before the store opening, in order to get their hands on a console before the holidays arrived.

Wii U pre-orders have now sold for both Basic and Deluxe models at Best Buy, Toy-R-Us and Target. K-Mart and Sears, which are the part of the same company, have both sold out of the Deluxe version and they never had the Basic model to begin with.

GameStop sold out of the Deluxe bundle, but the white Basic is still available for pre-order at this time.

at this point is the only know retailer that still has their inventory in place. Note that Wal-Mart also offers their own version of a Deluxe set, which they call the “Wal-Mart Solution Bundle“. The bundle adds a Wii Remote Plus and a choice of a Wii U game to a system of their choice. The Solution Bundle is $400 for the Basic set or $450 for the Deluxe.

Source: Joystiq