The Joy-Con attitude has been an ongoing topic throughout the Switch’s lifetime, but Nintendo reports it argues that it’s “not a real problem” and “didn’t cause any inconvenience to anyone”. Ouch!
All of this is according to U.S. law firms Chimickles Schwartz Kriner and Donaldson-Smith (CSK & D), which now assume that customers who have previously contacted him (via email) will personally give Joy-Con Drift their Experience with Nintendo Switch to provide a video account of how the effect is affected.
“Thank you for contacting our law firm regarding the Nintendo Switch Joy-Con Drift lawsuit. You’re working to put together a montage of video clips from Nintendo Switch owners as a way to voice the fun-con drift issues you’ve experienced. This will help us answer Nintendo’s arguments about how this is not a real problem or has caused any inconvenience to anyone.
“In an effort to humanize and demonstrate these issues and their impact on consumers, if you submit a short (90 seconds or less) video to describe your experience with the Joy-Con attitude, it will be helpful in our handling of the case. On. “
They are all linked to the firm’s decision to file a class-action lawsuit against Nintendo in July 2019 for “alleged defect claims” in switch controllers and allegations of inappropriate and deceptive behavior on the video game giant.
CSK and D want all video accounts by October 16 and plan to share them with Nintendo’s attorneys and representatives.
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