Welcome to the weekend, one and all. And what a week it has been. This one kind of flew by, but it wasn’t without a share of fantastic gaming topics covered intensely here at Shacknews dot com. You may have missed a Super Switch rumor, an Elden Ring or two, or even a delay, but we’re here to get you caught up as always on the Shacknews Dump!
On this March 5 edition of the Shacknews Dump, we’ve got a new, tasty array of gaming new topics to share, not the least of which is word circulating about an all-new Nintendo Switch console. Switches are selling like hot cakes, but could Nintendo itself be prepping something with a little more power under the hood. Also, the Elden Ring makes an appearance after a long absence to remind us it exists, but not on From Software’s behalf.
Tune in as we discuss these and other gaming news from the week on the Shacknews Twitch channel at 1:30 p.m. PT / 4:30 p.m. ET. You can also catch the action live below.
Here’s the rundown of topics on today’s Shacknews Dump:
- Rumor: New Nintendo Switch coming in Q4 with 4K output, OLED screen
- Elden Ring trailer leak finds its way online
- Guilty Gear Strive delayed to June 2021 release date
- The Sinking City pulled from Steam following DMCA notice from Frogwares
- Loop Hero review: Happy death day
- Taxi Chaos review: Extremely light on the chaos
- Epic Games to acquire Fall Guys developer Mediatonic
- Aliens: Fireteam is a co-op survival shooter set 23 years after the trilogy
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