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Hulu picks up four new esports series

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Hulu has picked up four new series that are centered around e-sports, according to Variety. The network-backed streaming service, which has been coming in hot lately with an Emmy-winning original drama and a push toward more back-log seasons of popular series, purchased the rights to about 15 total hours of ...

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Stardew Valley lands on Nintendo Switch on October 5

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The games library for the Nintendo Switch is already great, but it keeps getting better: Farming simulator Stardew Valley is coming to the hybrid portable console on October 5, which is just a couple of short days away. The indie title received accolades when it debuted on the PC, and ...

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Nintendo bumps Switch production to meet holiday demand

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If you were worried you might not be able to pick up a Switch for your loved one (i.e. yourself) in the forthcoming holiday festival of consumerism, worry not. Or a little less, anyway. Nintendo is looking to up its production to 2 million units per month, reports Digitimes. Up ...

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Review: The SNES Classic Edition and all 21 games on it

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Riding high on the success (and mind-boggling scarcity) of the NES Classic Edition, Nintendo surprised no one with the announcement of the SNES Classic Edition, a tiny version of the classic Super Nintendo console that comes with 21 of its greatest hits built in. But a few new features and ...

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Kano’s next learn-to-code kit is a build-it-yourself laptop

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London-based Kano has another code kit in the works to add to its STEM targeting gamified educational line of build-it-yourself kids’ products ahead of the present-buying holiday season. The kit is being priced at $249.99/£229.99, and is up for pre-order from today — through the Kano website and via “select retailers and ...

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