Why can’t Nintendo do online properly?

It's 2017 and yet it appears Nintendo still can't deliver on voice chat and online infrastructure without making it unnecessarily complicated.

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We played the Nintendo Switch, and here are our hands-on impressions

This article originally appeared as part of a larger piece on Zelda Universe. At the London event, we walked down a corridor with all of Nintendo’s previous systems in glass boxes on top of pedestals (I had no idea Game & Watches were that small!) before entering the main room with the gameplay booths and … Continue reading We played the Nintendo Switch, and here are our hands-on impressions

May’s Brexit plan is ambitious if nothing else

This article originally appeared on United Politics Well there’s no need to speculate any further, Britain will be leaving both the EU and the single market. Theresa May’s Lancaster House speech this afternoon, in which she set out the government’s plans for leaving the European Union, was ambitious if nothing else. Eschewing the option of … Continue reading May’s Brexit plan is ambitious if nothing else

Corbyn’s maximum wage cap exemplifies his ignorance

This article originally appeared on United Politics. Nobel prize winning economist Friedrich Von Hayek once famously remarked 'if socialists understood economics, they wouldn't be socialists', a point Jeremy Corbyn took it upon himself to demonstrate this week when calling for a maximum earnings cap. During a media blitz ostensibly to 'relaunch' his opposition, he appeared … Continue reading Corbyn’s maximum wage cap exemplifies his ignorance