Nintendo Switch Weekly Recap: Nintendo Labo X Mario Kart 8, And Nintendo Europe Sees New Leadership

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Now Playing: Cardboard-Themed Nintendo Switch Up For Grabs, As Mario Kart 8 Adds Labo Toy-Con Support - GS News Update

As we're heading into the thick of summer, this week's Nintendo Switch news is particularly light. We got a few more details on games that are to come, but few new releases and updates. But that doesn't mean we didn't see any interesting headlines.

Mario Kart 8 and Nintendo Labo's toy-cons are now compatible. Instead of all those bulky, plastic gaming accessories you'll never know what to do with after this generation, recycling is now an option. The Switch might also see more Monster Hunter titles outside of Monster Hunter Generations Ultimate, but they might not be the one you're looking for. Nintendo is also under new leadership in Europe. There are also plenty of deals to keep an eye on this week, so be sure to scroll down and take a peek.

Forthcoming Releases

Cardboard-Themed Nintendo Switch Up For Grabs

Pokemon Quest Out For Free On Mobile (Android / iOS)

Mega Man Undoes One Of Its Weirdest Choices With New X Collection

Mario Kart 8 For Switch Can Now Be Played With A Nintendo Labo Toy-Con

Check Out 6 Cool Indie Games From E3 2018 For PS4, Switch, Xbox One, And PC

Nintendo Switch Could Get More Monster Hunter Games, But Not The One You Want

Updates and DLC

With Fortnite Playground Issues Ongoing, 50v50 Replaces Another LTM

Betas and Events

Popular MOBA Arena Of Valor Gets An Upgrade On Nintendo Switch, Closed Beta Now Live


The Best Nintendo Switch Deals On The US Eshop

Excellent Nintendo Switch And 3DS Deals On The US Eshop

Save Big On GTA, Fallout, More At Best Buy This Week In The US


PUBG Developer Drops Fortnite Lawsuit

As Nintendo's New CEO Takes Over, Europe Gets New Leadership

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