Wednesday, July 28

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How to sync a Wii Remote to a Wii, Wii U, or PC

You can sync a Wii Remote to a Wii or Wii U console by pressing the sync button on both the remote and the console. You'll need to sync each Wii Remote separately before using them. If your Wii Remote won't sync, make sure its batteries aren't low, and try closing whatever game is currently open. Visit Insider's Tech Reference library for more stories. LoadingSomething is loading. ...
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Virtual Boy: The Day Nintendo Really Failed | Digital Trends Spanish

Nintendo is not a company that fails with its products. Most of the consoles he creates are counted as successes, and even gadgets like the Wii U or GameCube ended up being more failures than failures. But with the Virtual Boy, Nintendo outright failed. Introduced on July 21, 1995, the console resulted in a product whose novelty was not enough to interest people. The Virtual Boy reached a year on the market before Nintendo discontinued it and in total it sold less than 800,000 units. To have a parameter: in a year it sold fewer units than the Nintendo Switch in any month. What kind of console exactly was the Virtual Boy? As the first part of its name says, it was a virtual reality console, built around a kind of helmet with two lenses that showed stereoscopic images. The Virtual B...
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Breaks Super Mario Bros. record blindfolded | Digital Trends Spanish

The speedrun it is a common competition in the community gamer, which aims to complete a video game in the shortest time possible. Finishing a game in a few minutes can be an impressive feat, but doing it blindfolded is another matter. This is precisely what the player Crescendo has achieved, who has broken the record by playing Super Mario Bros. With a video on YouTube, which you can see below, Crescendo showed how he plays the classic from start to finish Super Mario Bros. completely bandaged and stopping the stopwatch at 11 minutes 55 seconds. According to the video description, Crescendo spent 40 hours attempting this record. To achieve this, in addition to perfectly synchronizing each movement counting the seconds, he listened to the sounds and took them as signals to make sure...
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Yes, the Nintendo Switch has Bluetooth — here’s how to connect a headset or new controller

The Nintendo Switch does have Bluetooth, but only for connecting controllers. You can't connect Bluetooth headphones or other accessories to the Switch without buying a special adapter. These Bluetooth adapters can be used when the Switch is docked or in handheld mode. Visit Insider's Tech Reference library for more stories. LoadingSomething is loading. ...
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The Famicom, the before and after of video games | Digital Trends Spanish

On July 15, 1983, a video game console debuted in Japan under the name Family Computer and abbreviated Famicom. Produced by Nintendo, it was an 8-bit device that played cartridge games and that included titles such as Donkey kong Y Popeye. At that time, Nintendo surely did not think about what the console would mean for the video game industry as such. The Famicom did not have the best of beginnings in Japan and even the first versions had to be withdrawn from the market, due to faults in some motherboard circuits. However, the console recovered from the setback and little by little it regained ground, until it became one of the most popular products of the time in its country of origin. And one of the factors for the latter was Nintendo's zeal with its product; By 1983, the video g...
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A piece of paper can fix the Joy-Con drift | Digital Trends Spanish

One of the problems that users of the Nintendo Switch have had to do with the Joy-Con drift: the stick The controls' analog records movements even without touching it, so the in-game character or camera drifts to either side. Nintendo hasn't taken care of this yet, but in the meantime, you can apparently fix it yourself with just a small piece of paper. Dust is among the most common reasons for Joy-Con malfunctions. This can accumulate inside the control and prevent the small metal contacts inside from touching the graphite pads, which are in charge of recording the movements of the controller. stick. In that case, it makes sense that everything is fixed by opening the control and cleaning its interior. But, most of the time, the problem reoccurs. Tired of workarounds, Victorstk, fr...
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Sell ​​a Sealed Super Mario 64 Game and Get Rich | Digital Trends Spanish

For whatever reason, there are many people who are willing to pay a generous amount of money for old video games. These values ​​can become historical if the product being sold is in perfect condition. Last weekend, a person auctioned off a sealed copy of Super Mario 64 for just over $ 1.5 million, making it a record high. It may seem strange, especially considering that this game turned out to be a bestseller with millions of units sold, but the auctioneer assures that the state of the copy, in perfect condition, distinguishes it from other poorly maintained ones. NintendoIn fact, the game box is rated 9.8 A ++ on the Wata scale. This means that it is in almost the same condition as when it left the factory. Thus, this transaction surpasses the previous record held by an unusual copy...
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Donkey Kong turns 40: these are his best games | Digital Trends Spanish

On a day like today, exactly 40 years ago, an arcade game called Donkey Kong. In 1981, Nintendo was another kind of company that made games only for arcades, and the creator of this particular title, Shigeru Miyamoto, had yet to design his ultimate work. However, Donkey kong was the starting point for that Miyamoto universe that would expand with Super Mario Bros. years later. And for a few years, the gorilla inspired by King kong it would go into the background, until in the 90s it would return to the ring thanks to the trilogy created by Rare. In four decades, Donkey kong is a saga with more than 30 appearances in games of various platforms or genres. Therefore, below a small list with the top 3 games of Donkey Kong, from its first incarnation to the most modern. Donkey Kong Jr. Fro...
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The Switch OLED isn’t the upgrade Nintendo fans were hoping for, but its improvements could appeal to buyers who don’t already own a Switch

When you buy through our links, Insider may earn an affiliate commission. Learn more.Gamers who value a bigger, better screen in handheld mode will like the Nintendo Switch OLED. But games won't play any smoother or look any better in TV mode because the CPU is the same. The Switch OLED isn't the "Pro" model we've been waiting for, but it could appeal to certain buyers. LoadingSomething is loading. ...
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Nintendo just announced a new $350 Switch with a fancy new screen, but you probably don’t need it

Nintendo just announced a new, more expensive, slightly upgraded Nintendo Switch model. Whether or not you already own a Switch, there aren't a lot of good reasons to get this one. Its main feature is a larger, higher-quality screen. It's otherwise nearly identical to existing models. Visit the Business section of Insider for more stories. After years of speculation about a more powerful, upgraded Nintendo Switch model, Nintendo announced the "Nintendo Switch OLED Model" on Monday morning.It's got a bigger screen from previous models that uses OLED display technology, and it's got a higher price tag to match: $350 for the new OLED ...