For years, Bethesda has been making games for mature audiences that seem diametrically opposed to the audiences for Nintendo products. But in the past week, Nintendo announced that Bethesda’s Doom and Wolfenstein II: The New Colossus are coming to the Switch, Nintendo’s hybrid portable and home console. In addition, Bethesda previously announced that Skyrim would also […]
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