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Neon Green Nintendo Switch Joy-Cons come exclusively to Best Buy Canada

Do you want to get your hands on the Neon Green Nintendo Switch Joy-Cons? The only way to get them is through Best Buy Canada. It’s available for pre-order at $99.99 through the retailer and will be released on October 27th and delivered on October 29th. It must be noted that it’s the same price as the controllers’ regular price in the country. And the Splatoon 2-inspired Neon Green and Neon Pink Joy-Con bundle is available through other Canadian retailers. But if you want to get your hand on a pair of Neon Green Joy-Cons, then Best Buy is the only way to get your hands on them.


Blizzard's 'Overwatch' will make its way to the Nintendo Switch on October 15th


It's finally coming. Nintendo announced at its Nintendo Direction presentation that Blizzard's team-shooter game Overwatch is coming to the Switch console on October 15th. The game will support Nintendo's motion controls, allowing you to do things like steer vehicles or perform specific attacks. If you play the game on other platforms, then we're sorry to say that there isn't any cross-save here. You'll need to play the game again to access certain features. If you're okay with that, the port comes with 15 character skins and a three-month Nintendo Switch Online individual membership. Those who purchase the game by December 31st unlock a Golden Loot Box with at least one guaranteed Legendary item. It's available for pre-order at $49.99.

Source: Mashable + The Verge


SNES games are now available on the Nintendo Switch Online service

Super Nintendo games are finally available on the Switch. The games are part of the Switch Online subscription service, which was introduced almost a year ago. The SNES games are downloadable on the Switch eShop, with more games coming over time.

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Nintendo will reportedly repair Switch Joy-Cons with ‘drift’ problems for free

An internal memo that got leaked reportedly instructs Nintendo customer support representatives to offer free Joy-Con repairs for units that suffer from the “drift” issue. This infamous drifting issue causes some of them to move things on the screen on their own. Customers wouldn’t need to show proof of purchase and just take them at their word. For those who paid for a previous Joy-Con repair, the customer support reps are advised to issue refunds. Nintendo hasn’t confirmed the existence of this memo.

Vice got in touch with Nintendo’s customer support about this issue, and they were told to update their system’s software. They were instructed to call back if the behaviour repeated itself, which it did. They weren’t given any pushback when they called back and were told they were being sent a pre-paid shipping label to send the defective Joy-Cons in for repairs.