Nintendo Finally Apologizes for Joy-Con Drift - Inside Gaming Daily

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Every major video game company has to apologize for something eventually, and this time the bell tolls for Nintendo. It’s not much, but Nintendo President Shuntaro Furukawa finally acknowledged and apologized for the notorious impact of Joy-Con drift. However, there’s also an ongoing lawsuit over Joy-Cons and drift which prevented Furukawa from saying if Nintendo actually plans to permanently fix the issue or further help affected customers… sooo I guess we’ll take what we can get right here on Inside Gaming Daily! In the meantime, let’s take a look at what else Nintendo’s apologizing to shareholders for.

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[Kotaku] Nintendo President Apologizes For Joy-Con Trouble
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