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All Articles by Russell Holly

Seven Rickdiculous things you can do in Rick and Morty: Virtual Rick-ality

Rick and Morty are making it big in VR right now, and this is just a sample of the hilarity you can expect in this game!

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Apple Watch may be the most useful VR accessory yet

While everyone waits for Apple to do something amazing with Virtual or Augmented Reality, developers are already using the Apple Watch to do some very cool tricks.

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The most useful amiibo for Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild

Amiibo can give you a serious edge in Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild, but only if you have the right amiibo figures!

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Nintendo Switch Emulators aren't real, and will mess up your computer

You can't emulate Nintendo Switch games on your computer, and anything claiming to give you that ability is lying.

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How to play SteamVR games with your iPhone

While it's true SteamVR games are almost always best played on an HTC Vive, you can enjoy quite a few with little more than an iPhone and a controller.

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I dream of a VR-Ready Mac Pro

If we're all going to spend an unhealthy amount of time imagining what Apple has planned for the next Mac Pro, I might as well start my wish list early.

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How to set up Amiibo on Nintendo Switch

Amiibo may not be a huge part of your Switch gaming experience yet, but that's going to change soon and you're going to want to be able to quickly jump in.

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VR coasters are improving rapidly and discarding what doesn't work

Don't expect the VR experience you had last season to be similar to what you can experience this season.

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Every Nintendo Switch game you can play right now, and a look at what comes next!

The list of games you can play on your Nintendo Switch is growing almost daily! Here's a quick look at what is available right now, and what you have to look forward to later.

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Here's what we're playing in VR this week!

A quick breakdown of the new VR greatness crossing our headsets.

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Three things I miss after ditching my MacBook

I was forced to move on from my beloved MacBook, and in the process was reminded of things that only Apple does particularly well.

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Splatoon 2 is starting out stronger than ever

Just like the original, it appears Nintendo has everything squared away for a truly compelling multiplayer game.

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How to turn off motion controls for Splatoon 2

Motion controls are on by default again in Splatoon 2, so you're going to want to go ahead and turn those off.

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Here's how you quickly adjust the brightness on your Nintendo Switch

Auto-brightness is nice, but sometimes you need to control things on your own. Here's how you manually adjust the brightness and several other things with a single button!

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Reddit to experiment with proper profiles, users predictably freak out

In an effort to be more friendly to content creators of all kinds, Reddit is testing personal profiles so people can conveniently see everything from that person in one place. Redditors are, predictably, unhappy with the decision.

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Troubleshooting Nintendo Switch: The Ultimate Guide

You shouldn't run into problems with your Nintendo Switch often, but when you do this guide will walk you through all the right fixes!

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If your Nintendo Switch ever completely freezes up, there's a quick fix

It won't happen often, but if your Switch ever get stuck between apps you have a way out.

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We are one huge step closer to Splatoon 2!

One of the biggest games coming to Nintendo Switch this year just showed up in the Nintendo Store, but before you grab a spot on the couch you'll want to pull out your calendar.

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How to stop your Nintendo Switch from taking over your television

Out of the box, your Nintendo Switch has a clever HDMI CEC feature enabled but it's never really introduced. Here's how to deal with it if you don't like it.

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Is your Nintendo Switch running hot while in the dock?

Heat is a concern with any game console, and when you're talking about a system that can be portable and connected to a television there are always going to be some concerns.

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