Hopefully the company also adds the option to add friends who have Switch systems who are also friends with you on social media, since you can tie those accounts to your Nintendo ID.
"I noticed earlier tonight that I got an email saying my system and pro controller were delayed to a delivery date of Monday", said one customer in a forum. The app does much what you'd expect allowing parents to limit how long kids can play games on any given day, limit what age rating games can be and more.
This includes previously unconfirmed titles such as rhythm action game VOEZ, which is the first to work only in handheld mode; because it needs the touchscreen to control it. In any case, here's hoping that friend codes aren't here to stay and that Nintendo is just implementing them as a stop-gap measure. People are physically putting the Switch game cartridges in their mouths to see how games like Zelda: Breath of the Wild taste. The video also shows off the redesigned Mii editor, the ability to set profile images using iconic characters like Mario, and other tidbits. Finally, Nintendo Switch Parental Controls can also be used to restrict Nintendo eShop purchases made on the console.
You can already add people if you're playing on a local wireless network, which means if you go round to a friend's house you can add them.
Yes, if you're lucky enough to own a Switch, it's a really bad idea to suck on your cartridges.
Nintendo's latest home console, the Switch, is available now for $469.95.
They're certainly swallowable, but that's a test too far for us. Especially as we only had the issue once. At which point I turn on my hardware, squint at the screen, and proceed to rattle off a series of numbers, probably repeating a few as my friend struggles to keep up.