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Nintendo in 2020 has been a non-event that could ruin the company

A reader is worried that Nintendo’s continued silence is coming at the worst possible time, given the imminent launch of the next generation.

With everyone getting excited about the PlayStation 5 and Xbox Series X at the moment I can’t help thinking there’s something we’ve forgotten… Nintendo. Now that coronavirus and 2020 being a complete disaster are concepts we’re all familiar with, I think we’ve kind of forgotten just how little Nintendo has done this year. They might as well not exist outside of Animal Crossing and I cannot see how that is healthy for them.

We are now getting up to one year without a non-specific Nintendo Direct that announces new games and Nintendo are now hinting that maybe they’re getting tired of the idea and are going to try new ways of introducing new games. (Really, like what? Short of coming round our house and telling us personally what solution is there that doesn’t involve some kind of video reveal?)

The end result of all this is that they haven’t announced a single major new game all year or released one outside Animal Crossing and the upcoming Paper Mario: The Origami King (I’m going to be generous and describe that one as major). Beyond that there’s nothing and, more importantly, no sign that there was ever meant to be anything, coronavirus or not. The plan for 2020 basically seems to have been: let’s pretend it doesn’t exist and just skip to 2021.

At what point they became aware they had nothing I have no idea. They certainly couldn’t have predicted Animal Crossing would blow up the way it has as it was never that big before, so from a planning of point of view they had even less than it currently seems. From their point of view their big plan was to release one second-tier game in March and then then a third-tier game in July and then absolutely nothing for the rest of the year. The same year that Microsoft and Sony launch their new consoles…

Now, some people will no doubt claim that doing and saying nothing is all part of some grand master plan to cope with the next gen but I think it’s pretty obvious it’s not. A next gen launch is almost always a disappointment in terms of games and having a critically-acclaimed title out on the Switch at Christmas would be the perfect way to take attention away and convince people that the Switch is still the place to be.

We can already see that the PlayStation 5’s launch line-up is not very interesting and while Microsoft does have Halo they’ve already said that’s the only first party game. Release Zelda: Breath Of The Wild 2, or some other equivalent, at the same time and it’d be perfect for Nintendo. Especially if they’d already been reminding the public how great the Switch is with a series of other great games all through the year… So yeah, that didn’t happen.

Nintendo might as well have not existed in 2020. Their only major game was only as big as it was because of a once-in-a-lifetime pandemic that they couldn’t possibly have predicted and beyond that it feels like the whole company just took the year off and forget to even leave so much as the tea boy in charge.

I don’t even know how they come back from this. Are they suddenly going to start releasing a bunch of new games in 2021 and pretend that this big 12-month dead zone never happened? I bet they’re not suddenly going to have anything out early in the new year, so they’ll probably only just get into gear again as Microsoft and Sony do – which is the exact opposite of what they should’ve done.

Perhaps Breath Of The Wild 2 or something equally big will be out at Christmas, maybe they’re not sure because of the coronavirus, but they need something to remind people they still exist. A bunch of Super Mario remasters will get some attention but they’re not new games, they’re the exact opposite.

Nintendo could’ve used the poor quality of the next gen launch line-ups to its advantage, but all it’s done is provide Microsoft and Sony with an open goal and made itself irrelevant in terms of video game discussion for an entire year. Nobody’s talking about new Nintendo games because there are none to talk about.

They’ve been the comeback kings more times than I can remember but usually that’s because of some grand mistake they’ve made, like the Virtual Boy or Wii U. But this time Nintendo are not failing because of something they’ve done but because they’ve done nothing, and that’s not like them. I worry that the mistakes made in 2020 will reverberate for many years to come and will bring the success of the Switch to an early and undeserved end. And if they’re not careful, the whole company.

By reader Onibee

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You Can Grab A Nintendo Switch Bundle At GameStop Right Now

The Nintendo Switch is currently seeing a major worldwide shortage, the likes of which we haven’t seen since its release in 2017. People are clamoring to get their hands on the console, most likely due to being stuck inside because of the coronavirus pandemic, as well as the timely release of Animal Crossing: New Horizons. The $300 console is currently sold out pretty much everywhere, unless you’re looking to more for a few accessories with your purchase. A few weeks ago, GameStop began offering Nintendo Switch and Switch Lite bundles that included a couple of and accessories. The Switch Lite bundles are gone, but you might be able to score the regular Switch if you’re quick.

The current round of GameStop Nintendo Switch bundles offer a Nintendo Switch in either Gray or Neon with a trio of games and a Nintendo Switch Pro Controller. The games that come with the bundle are Animal Crossing: New Horizons, The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild, and Minecraft for $520. That’s the price of all the items on their own, but if you’re in dire need of a Switch, this might be your best bet right now.

According to Nintendo, Switch consoles will be restocked in the near future, but there’s no word on exactly when that will be. “Nintendo Switch hardware is selling out at various retail locations in the US, but more systems are on the way. We apologize for any inconvenience,” Nintendo told GameSpot in an email statement. Hopefully, we start seeing the system back in stock at retailers soon.

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Nintendo Switch Console Bundle Still In Stock At GameStop

Though it’s not nearly as crucial as hand sanitizer, tissues, toilet paper, and other household goods, the Nintendo Switch console is seeing a major national shortage right now, as major retailers respond to increased demand for online goods due to the coronavirus outbreak. The $300 console is seeing increased demand as more people find themselves stuck indoors and looking for a good way to play some video games. Right now, it’s sold out nearly everywhere, but GameStop is offering a bundle with a few games and a Pro Controller for their exact value, $520.

According to Nintendo, more regular Switch consoles will be restocked soon. “Nintendo Switch hardware is selling out at various retail locations in the US, but more systems are on the way. We apologize for any inconvenience,” Nintendo told GameSpot in an email statement.

It’s rare to find the regular Nintendo Switch in stock right now, but we’ve seen it come back into stock on occasion. However, online restocks usually sell out within a minute or less. Some places, like GameStop and Best Buy, let you check availability at your local store, and if you can find it in stock, they may do curbside pickup so you don’t even have to go inside. You can check the current listings and availability below. We check for availability frequently and update this story anytime we spot the Switch in stock.

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The Nintendo Switch is sold out of both colors at Best Buy.

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The Nintendo Switch is sold out of both colors at Amazon. Third-party sellers are selling the console at a mark-up.

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Besides the current bundle, the Nintendo Switch is sold out at Amazon.

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The Nintendo Switch is sold out of both colors at Walmart. Third-party sellers are selling the console at a mark-up.

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The Nintendo Switch is sold out of both colors at Target.

Nintendo Switch out of stock

While not available at MSRP, you can check current listings for the regular Nintendo Switch below. Some stores simply list the console as unavailable, while others are allowing third-party sellers to offer the console for much higher prices, usually around $400-$500.

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Best Nintendo Switch Deals This Week: Monster Hunter, Axiom Verge, And More

We’re still weeks away from the release of Paper Mario: The Origami King, so if you need a new Nintendo Switch game to fill the gap, there are a number of great deals this week on the Eshop. Capcom kicked off a new, albeit small, sale on some of its best games, and you can also save on a couple of great party games to play at home this weekend.

Capcom’s underrated action-RPG Dragon’s Dogma: Dark Arisen is on sale for 50% off at $15. The port arrived on Switch last year, so this is a great price for a lengthy, engrossing adventure. Another action-RPG, Monster Hunter Generations Ultimate, is also on sale for a stellar price ($20). Generations Ultimate offers a greatest hits of locales and monsters from series history prior to Monster Hunter World. It’s a wonderful game that offers dozens upon dozens of hours of engaging content.

Okami HD, the high definition edition of Capcom’s beloved 2006 action-adventure, is on sale for $10. You can also snag Mega Man 11, the latest game in the Blue Bomber’s mainline series, for $15. Phoenix Wright: Ace Attorney Trilogy is down to $15, too, if you’re looking for a story-focused game. All of these Capcom games are on sale through July 2.

If you’re looking for a fun game to play with the family, The Jackbox Party Pack 3 is $16.24, and The Jackbox Party Pack 5 is $18. Both games contain a collection of party games that support up to eight players. They use smart phones and tablets as controllers, so you don’t need to have a bunch of Joy-Cons to play with friends and family.

We’ve rounded up the best Nintendo Switch Eshop deals below. There are plenty more ongoing sales on different platforms, too, including Steam’s Summer Sale, and multiple bargain-focused sales on the PlayStation Store and Xbox Store.

Best Nintendo Switch Eshop deals this week

  • Axiom Verge — $10 ($20)
  • Blair Witch — $27 ($30)
  • Children of Morta — $14.73 ($22)
  • Dragon’s Dogma: Dark Arisen — $15 ($30)
  • The Friends of Ringo Ishikawa — $10.49 ($15)
  • The Jackbox Party Pack 3 — $16.24 ($25)
  • The Jackbox Party Pack 5 — $18 ($25)
  • La-Mulana — $10.04 ($15)
  • Mega Man 11 — $15 ($30)
  • Monster Hunter Generations Ultimate — $20 ($50)
  • Okami HD — $10 ($20)
  • Penny-Punching Princess — $10 ($40)
  • Phoenix Wright: Ace Attorney Trilogy — $15 ($30)
  • Sunless Sea: Zubmariner edition — $15 ($20)
  • Superliminal (pre-order) — $16 ($20)
  • Team Sonic Racing — $20 ($40)

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Nintendo Details How Swimming Works In Animal Crossing: New Horizons

Animal Crossing: New Horizons’s first free summer content update arrives on July 3. Not only will the update bring back another returning character, Pascal, it will also introduce the ability to swim, and Nintendo has revealed a bit more about how that will work.

Much like in Animal Crossing: New Leaf, you’ll need to have a wet suit to swim in New Horizons. Following the summer update, you’ll find wet suits for sale in Nook’s Cranny alongside the other tools. After you purchase one, simply put it on and you’ll be able to take a dip in the ocean around your island.

While swimming, you’ll also be able to dive underwater and catch new sea creatures like sea stars and garden eels, which you can then donate to Blathers to display in the museum. If you find a scallop while diving, the aforementioned Pascal will pop up, and you can trade it to him for a new mermaid DIY recipe (and a kernel of otter wisdom).

A second free summer update for New Horizons is coming this August. Nintendo hasn’t revealed what that update will contain, but the graphic that accompanied the announcement featured fireworks. Longtime Animal Crossing fans will remember that there would be a fireworks show every Sunday evening in August in previous games, so it appears the fireworks show will be making a return as well.

In the meantime, players in the Northern Hemisphere can still find summer shells, a limited-time seasonal material that can be used to craft summer-themed DIY recipes. Nintendo Switch Online subscribers can also still claim an exclusive free rug for Animal Crossing.

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Nintendo Reveals How Swimming Will Work In Animal Crossing: New Horizons

Animal Crossing: New Horizons’s first free summer content update arrives on July 3. Not only will the update bring back another returning character, Pascal, it will also introduce the ability to swim, and Nintendo has revealed a bit more about how that will work.

Much like in Animal Crossing: New Leaf, you’ll need to have a wetsuit to swim in New Horizons. Following the summer update, you’ll find wetsuits for sale in Nook’s Cranny alongside the other tools. After you purchase one, simply put it on and you’ll be able to take a dip in the ocean around your island.

While swimming, you’ll also be able to dive underwater and catch new sea creatures like sea stars and garden eels, which you can then donate to Blathers to display in the museum. If you find a scallop while diving, the aforementioned Pascal will pop up, and you can trade it to him for a new mermaid DIY recipe (and a kernel of otter wisdom).

A second free summer update for New Horizons is coming this August. Nintendo hasn’t revealed what that update will contain, but the graphic that accompanied the announcement featured fireworks. Longtime Animal Crossing fans will remember that there would be a fireworks show every Sunday evening in August in previous games, so it appears the fireworks show will be making a return as well.

In the meantime, players in the Northern Hemisphere can still find summer shells, a limited-time seasonal material that can be used to craft summer-themed DIY recipes. Nintendo Switch Online subscribers can also still claim an exclusive free rug for Animal Crossing.

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Nintendo Switch Lites Are In Stock At Amazon

The Nintendo Switch has been sold out almost everywhere online (and in-store at many popular retailers) for about two months, even as some of its biggest games continue to gain popularity. With global supply chains reacting to the rapid spread of the coronavirus, or COVID-19, stock shortages of numerous goods are expected. If you’ve been tempted by the release of Animal Crossing: New Horizons, you might be out of luck already, as stock of Nintendo’s handheld console has become almost impossible to find beyond third-party sellers–and the prices for those are surging up to $600. According to Daniel Ahmad, a senior analyst at Niko Partners, supply won’t return to normal until the “end of Q2,” and we’re already reaching that point rapidly. The Nintendo Switch Lite comes back in stock periodically, but those also sell out quickly, and you won’t be able to connect them into a TV.

With demand high and supply low, people have been forced to go for limited (and pretty pricey) Nintendo Switch bundles, like the ones regularly springing up at GameStop that can sell out quickly, or consider even pricier third-party sellers. Ring Fit Adventure has been facing shortages for a while as well, as many scramble to find a way to stay active and occupied while stuck inside. To make matters worse, a new Nintendo Switch lawsuit is trying to pull the console off shelves altogether–meanwhile, Switch shipments have been halted in Japan due to the coronavirus. That might not affect international stock just yet, but we’ll keep you updated.

One recent report also suggested that an auto-purchasing bot built specifically to watch for Nintendo Switch stock could be exacerbating the issue, as resellers are using it to nab units quickly and flip them.

Is The Nintendo Switch Sold Out?

It’s becoming increasingly difficult to find stock of the original Nintendo Switch at its official, $300 retail price across the usual channels, including Amazon, Best Buy, and Ebay. The Nintendo Switch Lite, which retails for $200, has also been selling out regularly, but tends to come back in stock more often. Nintendo of America knows supply is short, and hopes to renew stock in the near future.

“Nintendo Switch hardware is selling out at various retail locations in the U.S., but more systems are on the way,” Nintendo explained in a statement to GameSpot. “We apologize for any inconvenience.”

Some retailers are getting supplies in, but they don’t tend to last long.

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Where To Buy A Nintendo Switch

If you’re absolutely in need of a Switch right now, there are still numerous ways to get one through third-party sellers. As expected though, you will be paying a premium. Right now, the cheapest Nintendo Switch or Switch Lite listing on Amazon will cost you way more than you should pay for one.

Things on Ebay aren’t that much better. There’s a slew of pre-owned console selling for near retail prices, and you can expect to pay over $400 for a brand-new original Switch and no less than $300 for a new Switch Lite. For the latest updates, we’re currently tracking where you can buy a Switch right now.

Perhaps one of the most reliable ways you can get your hands on the console without venturing outside right now is through the handful of Nintendo Switch bundles being offered up. While we don’t see any bundles right now, GameStop has been putting together bundles regularly, so there’s a chance we’ll see another bundle soon. You can check out the best offers on both the Switch and Switch Lite still available below.

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  • The Nintendo Switch is currently sold out at all major retailers.

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With no firm date on when new stock will arrive and the global spread of COVID-19 just getting worse in some countries, it’s unclear when this situation might get any better. If you’re finding yourself in dire need of some sort of distraction while you’re most likely stuck inside, we’ve compiled a ton of great game, movie, and TV show streaming options to keep you busy.

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Nintendo confirms more 2020 Switch games, no delays expected

Despite fears that the coronavirus would impact its release schedule, Nintendo’s president has confirmed that, so far, that’s not the case.

While several publishers and developers have spent the last several months announcing new titles or providing info on existing ones, Nintendo has remained incredibly quiet.

That’s not to say there hasn’t been any sort of announcements from the company. The long-rumoured new Paper Mario game was revealed out of nowhere, with a trailer confirming a July release dropping onto the Internet with zero build-up.

And only this week, we saw the latest DLC fighter be announced for Super Smash Bros. Ultimate, Min Min from ARMS, who will be added to the game on 30 June.

Otherwise, though, Nintendo’s 2020 schedule currently looks completely empty, which has led to some assuming that it doesn’t have any first party titles planned. That, as it turns out, is not the case.

According to Kyodo News, Nintendo president Shuntaro Furukawa announced that production on the Switch console has been recovering, with things expected to go back to normal later in the summer.

In May, Nintendo issued warnings that the COVID-19 pandemic could have an affect on game development, but this may not be the case if Furukawa is to be believed.

‘Currently, we do not see any impact on software set to go on sale this year, but there is a possibility that we cannot sell it as scheduled in the event of a second or third wave,’ he told shareholders.

Of course, the question now is what software does Nintendo have planned for the rest of the year? We may already have some ideas.

The big rumour is that Nintendo has numerous Switch re-releases of previous Mario titles, such as Super Mario Galaxy and Super Mario 3D World, to celebrate the Super Mario Bros. series’ 35th anniversary.

Very recently, we also saw some new Pokémon games be announced, namely a sequel to fan favourite spin-off Pokémon Snap for Switch and a MOBA title, Pokémon Unite, which will release on both Switch and mobile devices and feature cross play, though these weren’t given release dates and may not be out this year.

Speaking of Pokémon, the second DLC expansion for Sword and Shield, The Crown Tundra, is also expected to release this year, but has yet to be given a date.

While Nintendo’s silence can be infuriating for some, it’s at least good to know that the company does have new games in the pipeline for this year. When it actually intends to announce them, though, is anyone’s guess.

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Nintendo Switch Joy-Cons Back In Stock At Target And GameStop

Since the start of the coronavirus pandemic, product shortages have become common–for gamers, the Nintendo Switch has notably been near-impossible to find at list price, and the Switch’s fitness game Ring Fit Adventure has also been sold out as people look for indoor workout alternatives. The increased demand around the Nintendo Switch has led Joy-Cons to seemingly sell out online as well, which is a huge bummer if you’ve been dealing with Joy-Con drift or just want to pick up another pair for Super Mario Party and other multiplayer games. Fortunately, we’re seeing Switch Joy-Cons back in stock today, but we suggest grabbing them soon in case they sell out again.

Right now, GameStop and Target have the Neon Red / Neon Blue combo in stock. The Joy-Con pairs are selling for their standard list price of $80, which is pricey (in typical Nintendo fashion), but better than the inflated prices third-party sellers are listing them for right now. You can also grab individual Joy-Cons in various colors at GameStop, though these are pre-owned.

Where to find Nintendo Switch Joy-Cons in stock:

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To make the Joy-Con shortage even more frustrating, Nintendo closed all of its North American repair centers in March as COVID-19 numbers increased, meaning those struggling with Joy-Con drift have had no way to get their controllers fixed. Nintendo is now starting to re-open repair centers, and you can submit an online repair request now, which will be prioritized in the order in which it’s received. Nintendo will email you to let you know when your Joy-Cons can be shipped for repair.

Meanwhile, we’re continuing to track availability for the Nintendo Switch itself, which comes into stock periodically at places like Amazon and Best Buy but usually sells out again within minutes. Ring Fit Adventure has seen some restocks lately as well. If you’re interested in picking up a VR headset for Half-Life Alyx and other VR titles, you’ve probably noticed the Oculus Quest has been sold out frequently as well–bookmark our Oculus Quest availability guide for the latest updates on where to buy the headset.

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Nintendo Switch Bundles In Stock At GameStop

The Nintendo Switch is currently seeing a major worldwide shortage, the likes of which we haven’t seen since its release in 2017. People are clamoring to get their hands on the console, most likely due to being stuck inside because of the coronavirus pandemic, as well as the timely release of Animal Crossing: New Horizons. The $300 console is currently sold out pretty much everywhere, unless you’re looking to more for a few accessories with your purchase. A few weeks ago, GameStop began offering Nintendo Switch and Switch Lite bundles that included a couple of and accessories. The Switch Lite bundles are gone, but you might be able to score the regular Switch if you’re quick.

The current round of GameStop Nintendo Switch bundles offer a Nintendo Switch in either Gray or Neon with a trio of games and a Nintendo Switch Pro Controller. The games that come with the bundle are Animal Crossing: New Horizons, The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild, and Minecraft for $520. That’s the price of all the items on their own, but if you’re in dire need of a Switch, this might be your best bet right now.

According to Nintendo, Switch consoles will be restocked in the near future, but there’s no word on exactly when that will be. “Nintendo Switch hardware is selling out at various retail locations in the US, but more systems are on the way. We apologize for any inconvenience,” Nintendo told GameSpot in an email statement. Hopefully, we start seeing the system back in stock at retailers soon.

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