A.K Rahming

With the launch of the revised flagship Switch and the all-new Switch Lite set to hit stores in just a few more weeks, it looks like Nintendo has finally managed to land a critical hit against Switch hackers. What’s turned the tables around is that these two new models are outfitted with a chipset different than that of the original Switch. The new chipsets are codenamed ‘Mariko’ and they have a few key differences over the original, such as better efficiency (hence why the revised Switch has a longer battery life). But even more than just being a better chip, […]

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