So a couple of days ago, Nintendo was sued by ****ing *******s who were jealous of a huge company so they said that they 'copied' their idea of a detachable joy-con.
Personally, these are my reasons against them:
1. Gamevice's Wikipad (how the **** do you spell it) was released in 2015, but Nintendo has been developing the Switch since 2012.
2. Nintendo's legal department checked every legal stuff to make sure they wouldn't be sued or whatever.
3. WTF SWITCH IS A CONSOLE WIKIPADS ARE FOR PHONES AND TABLETS
Very unlikely, but if anyone who is the creator of Gamevice and Wikipads, go **** off
Besides, then now Sony and Microsoft will have to sue Nintendo as well! But they're not
If Nintendo's been developing the Switch since before this Wikipad thing was released, then I don't really see how this is even remotely a problem for Nintendo. Probably just another one of those suits that gains just a little bit of attention but then doesn't really go to court.
Besides, I don't think that there's any ideas out there that are completely 110% original. Just look at science fiction. :3
I wouldn't worry about this forcing the Switch to stop being made or whatever.
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Nintendo has really been developing the Switch since 2012, when the Wii U was released near the very end of the year? Huh. But either way, as Resolute said, this is not a case that's likely to go down as anything serious, as this isn't a company I bet many know about in comparison.