Since the Switch started to show up in gamer's homes, some have been complaining about issues with its wireless Joy-Cons.

Nintendo cites ‘manufacturing variation’ for Joy-Con issues

Since the Switch started to show up in gamer's homes, some have been complaining about issues with its wireless Joy-Cons.

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