Nintendo Switch Games Only Use 75% of Console, Leave Rest For Functions

Fortunately, TIME had a recent interview with President Reggie Fils-Aimé where he addressed the Nintendo Switch's particular issue and assuring users that they are investigating the matter, among others. Somehow, Nintendo didn't get the memo.

What this could end up meaning that is that some of these mid to low tier developers might be forced to release their games digital-only for Nintendo Switch, and even then, the Switch's market is far from established. Its selling point is the "switch" between the two - just slide the system out of its dock and you have yourself the power of a home console that can be taken anywhere.

In addition to the new parental control app, the Nintendo Switch will feature redefined classic games such as "Mario: Odyssey" and "Zelda: Breath of the Wild" according to Nintendo.com. A hacker just shared a possible Nintendo Switch jailbreak which might be helpful to solve a big bug in the browser software used on Nintendo Switch.

The hacker created quite a buzz online when he revealed that hacking the Switch is as simple as jailbreaking the Apple iOS. Third-party sellers, on the other hand, are selling their consoles at a profit with $400. The Nintendo Switch exclusive is the highest rated game of this generation.

It has nearly been enjoying the enormous success of The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild. Trusted Reviews reports that nearly every one of the 1.5 million buyers of the Nintendo Switch also bought the new Zelda game.

As for the games that are downloadable from the Nintendo eShop, they still cost the same as the physical copy due to Nintendo's policy that physical versions and downloadable copies should follow the same pricing. Splatoon 2 Global Testfire should be a good test of how the servers hold up, depending on how many people are playing each scheduled game.

It seems like a significant oversight from Nintendo to leave such a gaping hole in its new gaming system.

It follows a relatively successful launch for the make-or-break console.