Nintendo Switch Back In Stock At Gamestop Later This Week
- Author: Arturo Norris Mar 21, 2017,
Mar 21, 2017, 5:01
A gamer who calls himself Dragon Slaayer managed to get a Nintendo Switch for $50 by exchanging his arcade tickets at a local Dave & Busters as reported by Polygon. Hence, the availability of Nintendo Switch is expected to remain limited for the time being.
Nintendo's fastest selling console hit the shelves earlier this month - yes we're talking about the Nintendo Switch.
While not all owners are experiencing the reported problem with their left controller, Nintendo Switch owners who are doing so are finding it hard to play games properly on the hybrid console while in tabletop mode.
The Nintendo Switch will have outsold the 13.5 million units of the Wii U in a span of four years, but still, trails behind the 17 million units Wii sold for its first year but not for long.
Now, the Wii has sold around 100 million units worldwide to date.
The Switch has sold around 80,000 consoles in its first week here in the UK - But just how good is the new Switch?
Aside from the frustratingly small list of available games at this point, there aren't very many widespread complaints about the new Nintendo Switch. The Switch's flexibility is a huge selling point for consumers, but it seems like it might be a big hurdle for developers. The customer enthusiasm and response we have seen so far has been incredible as we continue to sell through our supply of systems. You can also try your luck and win a new Nintendo Switch or a Nintendo NES Classic in our two exclusive I4U News Giveaways. Stocks will update on GAME, GameStop & Amazon shortly.
Of course if you actually visit http://support.nintendo.com, as Nintendo recommends, you'll find that finding a way to actually submit a "repair or replacement request" is anything but straightforward. But you have to be an expert gamer to make the exchange at a cheaper cost.