The two versions of “The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild” display surprisingly few differences

By Z. Galaxy

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When “Breath of the Wild” was first announced, it was only as a WiiU title. As information came in about the Switch, it became apparent that it would be released on the new console as well. The outcome of dual-generation releases often proved to be subpar and it was expected that “Breath of the Wild” would be no exception.

Internet commenters the world over have been arguing about the possible low quality that the WiiU would inflict upon the game based on its technical specifications. According to a Kotaku article by Ethan Gach, comparisons of the game’s framerates side-by-side shows that they lack a significant performance difference.

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Nintendo Switch release sets a course for success

By Z. Galaxy

Since the release of the WiiU in Nov. 2012, fans have been awaiting a proper successor to the Wii. On this past Friday, March 3, 2017, their wishes were finally granted.switch-angle

The Nintendo Switch, which is a hybrid home and portable console, has reportedly outsold the Wii when comparing each of their launches. According to Nick Wingfield of the The New York Times, the “Nintendo Switch exceeded first two-day sales in (the) Americas for any system in Nintendo history.” His multiple posts on Twitter give short details on his unpublished interview with Nintendo of America president, Reggie Fils-Aime.

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