24 hours after release Nintendo Switch SportsA player has already been caught accidentally smashing his TV.
streamer 63 men He was broadcasting his tennis session online on Saturday when he inadvertently threw a Joy-Con controller into his TV, smashing the screen.
“If you don’t send [that clip] The broadcast said during the broadcast, referring to the popularity reddit channel That documents streamer mishaps.
You can watch the clip below:
Sports switch is the successor nintendoThe hugely popular Wii Sports series, with over 80 million copies sold, is still the company’s best-selling game of all time.
Wii Sports has been notorious for several recorded incidents of players accidentally ejecting Wii Remote Controllers while playing, sometimes damaging their TVs.
The number of incidents has spread so widely that it has been reported by major media such as BBC, Nintendo offered to replace all controllers With thicker versions to help prevent accidents while playing.
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Two years after launch, Nintendo then introduced the Wii Remote Jacket accessory, which it said was intended to “provide cushioning for the Wii Remote for people who might accidentally throw or drop Wii devices while playing games.”
Both the original Wii Sports games and their new Switch installment include warning messages when playing the game to encourage players to be aware of their surroundings and use Joy-Con straps to avoid accidents.
On Thursday, the official Nintendo support account Encourage parents to monitor their children When playing Switch Sports, so they don’t bump into each other or their TVs.
In response to a 2008 ABC News report, Nintendo of America said: “The Wii Remote is completely safe when used as instructed: use a firm grip, don’t let go, use a wrist strap and make sure the playing area has a wide open area.
“As when starting any new physical activity, it’s best to pace yourself and not overdo it. Some games, including Wii Sports, include in-game reminders for players to take a break now and then.”
VGC’s Switch Sports Review In Progress said of the game’s offline portion (not available online at the time of the review): “At this point, Switch Sports looks like an unambitious streak of a 16-year-old game with very little choice. All eyes are now on online modes when they go up. to see if it breathes new life into it.”