Nintendo’s network services are currently down across the globe, likely due to increased demand as people stay at home in a bid to check the spread of the coronavirus pandemic.
It's only 20 dollars.
What has this got to do with anything?
So it begins.
So is your mom
i Can play online just no eshop access.
Live had issues these past days and now Nintendo? I hope PSN doesn't follow suit, especially these days that everyone is home playing...
What? I've been playing Pokemon Shield all morning online with zero issues.
The fact you're claiming to have no issues playing that game online shows that you aren't being honest, we all know how well that games online works.
Just fine outside of missing raids before they start and wishing the "load new stamps" refreshed quicker online issues are very rare. But much like the virus, let's over exaggerate because that's been working out well.../s
Normally I'm ready and willing to bash nintendos online, but I havent had any issues with Smash in the last hour.
WELP! there it is! Can't seem to play a single downloaded game that myself or my brother have purchased on my switch because they all have to "check if this software can be played". Switch is now effectively useless for anything besides my one physical copy of mario kart. Excellent job doing the absolute bare minimum for your customers whos money you're not entitled to, nintendo. your ability to sneak by with technology and policies that are years behind the competition only make your minuscule efforts to save face feel significantly more impressive than they actually are. its still pretty impressive that a party chat system is apparently far too complex and uninteresting to implement, but these archaic DRM restrictions are alive and well.
When I take my SWITCH anywhere without internet I have NEVER EVER had it want to check online. THis is not the original xbox one before they took the check in out. I would have to say your being a lair if I was not in a good mood (couch lair!)
But let's be honest, it's so basic has anyone even realised?
I totally forgot that my switch had online services until this headline reminded me. Who cares?
Last night mk8 was good online, WA state
This is one sector of the entertainment industry that's sure to experience a boon in the coming weeks. Anything that requires people to actually go somewhere seems to be hit hard (I know someone who works at a major sports arena who's out of work right now), but online entertainment is probably going to see a not insubstantial increase as people turn to it in lieu of being unable to do much else.
fix the title, Nintendo Switch online services were down worldwide but now it's working as normal.
It was maintenance. I downloaded FF7 early this afternoon.
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