Just three days after its release on April 29, people are already accidentally breaking their TV screens while playing Nintendo Switch Sports.
Seen by GGRecon, Twitch 63man streamer was playing in-game Doubles Tennis before launching his Joy-Con across the room on his TV screen. 63man turned his camera to show his screen, and it was not beautiful.
If you are getting déjà vu, you are probably going back in your memory to 2006 with the launch of Wii Sports on the Nintendo Wii, and the advice that Nintendo then gave is the same advice that it now gives: throw the strap on your wrist.
In fact, Nintendo’s customer support has repeatedly reminded customers to wear the strap on their wrist while playing games, as seen in the tweet below.
In an NME review of Nintendo Switch Sports, Andy Brown said: “Whether you’re relentlessly hitting robots in jackets or branding tennis rackets as an extension of your hand, the controls are crisp and interactive enough to make it work. all. . “
However, Brown felt that not all sports mini-games were created equal, and the volleyball mini-game was very disappointing: “This one also feels like the weakest offering of the single player game… . – tennis”.
He also pointed out that golf is not available at the launch, as players will have to wait a while for it to come out through a title update.
Separately, Crystal Dynamics will continue to work on the Perfect Dark Reboot with The Initiative following news that Embracer Group will acquire the former studio. The operation will cost approximately 240 million pounds ($ 300 million) and will involve the purchase of several Square Enix studios and franchises, as well as more than 50 titles in the catalog.