Joy-Con drift has always been a constant theme throughout the Switch’s life, but Nintendo says it’s “not really a problem” and “hasn’t caused any inconvenience to anyone.” Ouch!
This is all according to US law firm Chimicles Schwartz Kriner & Donaldson-Smith (CSK&D), which is now supposed to invite consumers who previously contacted them (via email), to provide video accounts detailing how Joy-Con drift personally affected their phones. . Experience with the Nintendo Switch.
Thank you for contacting our law firm regarding litigation for Nintendo Switch Joy-Con Drift. We are compiling video montages from Nintendo Switch owners like you as a way to give voice to the joy drifting issues encountered. This would be helpful for us to answer Nintendo’s arguments about how This is not a real problem or has not caused any inconvenience to anyone.
“In an effort to humanize, demonstrate and impact these issues on consumers, it would be beneficial for our prosecution of the case to send us a short video (90 seconds or less) describing your experience with Joy-Con drift on your controllers.”
It all depends on the company providing the Class action lawsuit against Nintendo In July 2019, over “allegations regarding alleged defects” in Switch consoles, the video game giant was accused of unfair and deceptive practices.
CSK & D wants all video accounts by October 16 and plans to share it with Nintendo attorneys and representatives.
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