• Switch “Joy-Con Drift” Addressed in Public Apology by Nintendo President

    1 day ago - By CG Magazine

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    Switch “Joy-Con Drift” Addressed in Public Apology by Nintendo President
    Nintendo President Shuntaro Furukawa made an official apology to countless Nintendo Switch owners suffering from “ Joy-Con Drift “, which sees the system's joysticks unexpectedly move on their own.
    “Regarding the Joy-Con, we apologize for any trouble caused to our customers,” Furukawa briefly said in a translation by Kotaku .
    At an annual investor's meeting, Furukawa noted the issue had definitely caused trouble for Switch players, who could notice their cameras or characters aimlessly “drifting” to one...
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  • Nintendo's president apologizes for Joy-Con drift issues

    Nintendo's president apologizes for Joy-Con drift issues

    1 day ago - By Go Nintendo

    Joy-Con drift has been an issue that has plagued many a Switch owner up to this point, and Nintendo is well aware of the problem. During a recent shareholders meeting, Nintendo president Shuntaro Furukawa took a moment to apologize to fans for the situation.
    Furukawa said he apologizes to Switch owners suffering from Joy-Con drift at the moment. Unfortunately, that's all he could say, as there's a class-action lawsuit here in the states. Due to this, Furukawa decided to hold back on making any other statements on the matter.
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  • Cyber Gadget releasing new Switch accessory to combat Joy-Con drift

    Cyber Gadget releasing new Switch accessory to combat Joy-Con drift

    1 day ago - By Nintendo Enthusiast

    For all of the Switch's wins, there are a handful of letdowns that plague a lot of owners of this hybrid system. One particular issue that seems to have affected most if not all Switch owners after a few months is Joy-Con drift. This phenomenon involves the analog stick of the Joy-Con to register a movement without the player actually inputting it. Often, this movement is stuck in one direction, thus causing the character/vehicle/camera to seemingly ‘drift' in that incorrect direction. Nintendo has yet to actually formally come out and say it's solved this issue, but popular...
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