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At about this time next year, we’ll have a pretty good idea of what the next generation of video games will look like. New consoles will likely be shown off, bold new streaming initiatives will begin to launch, and we’ll see all the wonderful kinds of games they will bring us. All these new things will come, and we’ll close the book on a generation that saw the industry that makes games come under greater scrutiny than ever before, as studios shuttered, developers burned out and toxic work culture fostered environments hostile to marginalized people.
Joy-Con drift is becoming a serious pain on the Switch, forcing users to take apart their controllers by hand, send them in for repair or, more commonly, buy a new set of Joy-Cons. But how many of you have suffered so far?