Nintendo Switch Game Cartridges Taste Disgusting
- Author: Patricia Jimenez Mar 03, 2017,
Mar 03, 2017, 0:32
While it's baffling to imagine any rational adult intentionally deciding to lick a video game cartridge, a few gamers doing just that with Nintendo Switch cartridges were surprised to find the things taste absolutely very bad. I'll certainly be keeping an eye on the Switch as it releases this week, and I hope you join me. Well, the Japanese gaming firm has announced that over 60 indie games are in the works for the console, highlighting a few of them in a video. Ars Technica took the Switch, its two Joy-Cons and the limited number of released games on a tour to see just how well Nintendo did on their new portable gaming system. "Launching much earlier in the year than its predecessors, we expect the Switch to initially appeal mostly to the loyal fanbase, before a broader, more mainstream audience adopts it", said SuperData.
"[Pre-orders are] very strong, which is obviously a very encouraging sign, but as we all know this is not a sprint but a marathon, which is why we are so busy preparing strong plans for the months following the launch".
Historically North America represents approximately 45 percent of the total for Nintendo, compared to 35 percent for Europe and 12 percent for Japan.
Furthermore, GAME has also stated to Express Online that the Console is Out of Stock at this time.
Developer Shin'en Multimedia has just released their launch trailer for the title which you can view below.
Both the Playstation 4 and the Xbox One versions of "Stardew Valley" were released late previous year, but its highly anticipated multiplayer feature will be coming to Nintendo Switch first, according to Nintendo.
It was initially understood that the multiplayer feature will ship the same day as "Stardew Valley"'s launch on the Nintendo Switch eShop. "Target will have an additional wave of Units available in stores and online beginning March 3".