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The Verge’s gaming section brings the latest video game news, reviews of the most exciting releases, and interviews with the industry’s biggest names. We cover everything from PlayStation and Xbox blockbusters, to quirky Nintendo games, to the cool indie gems on PC and Android that you might otherwise miss.

The company that graded the million-dollar copy of Super Mario 64 has a new owner

Neurocracy is future fiction in the form of Wikipedia

Skyward Sword HD is just the thing to hold you over until Breath of the Wild 2

A decade later, you can finally play without motion controls

The Nintendo Switch’s Joy-Con drift problem, explained

What the issue is and how to get your controllers fixed

Google slashes Stadia’s revenue share to try to attract developers

The revenue share battles continue

Razer’s Barracuda X wireless headset plays nicely with PS5, Switch, and more

Microsoft’s PS5 exclusive Ghostwire: Tokyo is delayed until 2022

The Super Mario and Tag Heuer collaboration is a $2,150 Wear OS watch

SecretLab’s Titan Evo chair claims to offer more comfort, features, and magnets

LeBron James is coming to Fortnite this week

Android 12 will let you play games as you’re downloading them

Death Stranding: Director’s Cut isn’t a director’s cut, says director Hideo Kojima

Sealed Super Mario 64 sells for more than $1.5 million, almost doubling a record just set on Friday

Hori’s Split Pad Pro for the Switch is $10 off at Amazon

Dota 2’s The International will now take place in Bucharest in October

The best gaming laptops in 2021: seven laptops to get your game on

The best gaming laptop at every size and price

Roblox, explained

Everything you wanted to know about one of the biggest apps on the planet

Final Fantasy VII Remake’s directors wanted to show ‘a new side’ of Midgar with Yuffie chapter

Co-directors Motomu Toriyama and Naoki Hamaguchi discuss the game’s first add-on

Ubisoft is reportedly shaking up Assassin’s Creed with new live-service game

A bigger, better Switch screen is exactly what I wanted

Don’t count out the Nintendo Switch Pro

Now wasn’t the moment, but will Nintendo resist for long?

Pokémon Go is still incredibly relevant

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Nintendo’s OLED Switch: all of the news about the console upgrade

Nintendo never needed to fix the Switch; it’s not broken

Nintendo confirms no new CPU or increased RAM in the OLED Switch

Nintendo finally improved the Switch’s kickstand with new OLED model