Breakout podcast: We discuss the February 2023 Nintendo Direct and how it begins a swan song for the Switch life cycle.

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This week on the Breakout podcast, we’re discussing today’s February 2023 Nintendo Direct and how it feels like the beginning of a swan song for the Nintendo Switch life cycle.


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