Published: Tue, March 07, 2017
Sci-tech | By Jackie Newman

Sony, Microsoft Congratulate Nintendo On The Release Of Switch

Sony, Microsoft Congratulate Nintendo On The Release Of Switch

So you try to do guess work and figure out what those are going to be, even when Nintendo doesn't even know how people will interact with the system.

The pixel problem is just one of a few early issues affecting Switch users.

According to Nintendo, the issue could be down to interference, either from other devices or objects that might block the wireless signal flowing from the controllers to the main system.

Aquariums, bundles of wires and other wireless devices - including, presumably, other video game machines - are bad news for Nintendo Switch owners. However it has been pointed out that Nintendo isn't alone in this, as other hardware makers have similar policies in place. Comics Alliance is reporting that Rebellion and 2000AD are planning to update Rogue Trooper, originally a PlayStation 2 game, for the Nintendo Switch. 1-2 Switch is essentially a tech demo disguised as a game, with many party game type mini games that are created to show off the Joy-Con's gyroscope and use of rumble technology to be able to accurately distinct the feeling of multiple objects and situations.

Nintendo also told Polygon: "We have received some reports and are looking into it". It's fair to note that the original Wii was incredibly successful despite a sparse second year, but it was also propelled by massive positive response to the motion control gimmick that Nintendo has been unable to replicate since.

However, Nintendo claims that it is not a defect and a normal occurrence.

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Small numbers of stuck or dead pixels are a characteristic of LCD screens.

"There are black or bright dots on the Nintendo Switch screen that do not go away, or there are dark or light patches on the screen".

Nintendo's latest console is relatively easy to pull apart and fix, at least according to the professional tinkerers at iFixit.

Sadly, this is a bit of a non-answer from Nintendo.

Stores across the country last night were packed with customers who couldn't wait to get their hands on the brand new Nintendo Switch.

After pulling back the right thumbstick, users can see a tiny message that reads "Thx2 allgamefans!"

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