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Epic Games announced that it is opening up Unreal Engine 5 to all developers today, and that includes people making Switch (or Switch 2) games. Unreal is known for its scaleability — that should mean even more games on Switch systems in the future. As for the Last of the Nintendogs, editors Mike Minotti and Jeff Grubb want to know what you think Switch 2 should launch with. Oh, and they also answer all your questions including which Pokémon you should fry and eat. Come run with the pack!

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