The French are suing Nintendo for its “tender” Switch Controllers

By | September 24, 2020
The French are suing Nintendo for its

The Japanese giant of the gaming industry, Nintendo, has been involved in litigation in France over its handheld console, Nintendo. The lawsuits initiated by a group of buyers, reports Le Monde.
The conflict between French gamers and Nintendo was caused by Joy-Con controllers, which can be used either strapped to the set-top box or separately. User dissatisfaction with them led to the UFC-Que Choisir initiative group turning to the company in November 2019, collecting evidence of joystick PCB fragility. The public demanded that Nintendo recognize the breakage as a warranty case and stop demanding 45 euros for it.
Representatives of the Japanese corporation, as the plaintiffs noted, did not respond to the appeal. Now the Parisian court will have to decide who is right in this story and why Joy-Con mass disruption for six months.