the extension of Nintendo Switch Online with games for Nintendo 64 and Sega Mega Drive caused a lot of criticism from fans in the beginning. Shortly after, there were first data mining finds for possible further N64 games and moments later GoldenEye 007 was also removed from the index.
In its current annual report, Nintendo had already announced that it wanted to “further improve and expand the service to provide services that satisfy consumers”.
In an interview with The edge noted Doug Bowser, president of Nintendo of America, about fan complaints about the service and the issues at launch. “We are constantly looking for ways to improve our online features and these games, and create added value with even more games and services in the future,” said Bowser.
“We take the feedback on board” [der Fans] take it seriously and continue to look for ways to improve overall performance. For us, it’s about quality and great content at great value for money,” Bowser assures.
In the same interview, by the way, he also comments on the long-standing issues with the Joy-Con. One would make “general continuous improvements” to the Joy-Con and the analog sticks.
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