David Blecken
Mar 14, 2017

Nintendo gambles on Switch to flip its fortunes

Kyoto-based company has much at stake with its new product. Has the brand learnt from past mistakes—and does a smartphone carrying public really want another handheld?

Power up: Commentators say the release of innovative titles will be crucial to ensuring the console’s success.

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