Monday, November 29th, 2021

Well, Nintendo’s Switch Online “Expansion Pack-Overview Trailer” has created a lot of dislikes.

I rarely see videos on Nintendo’s main YouTube channel where “likes” don’t work as well as “dislikes”, but I post things that aren’t very good for subscribers and the general public. You must to do something before you go on.

The latest video struggling to beat the masses Switch Online Overview Trailer for New “Expansion Pack” Add-ons (((See above). At the time of writing this, it has recorded more than 700,000 views, but it seems to upset quite a lot of people.

Comments range from how Nintendo “misunderstands the room” in relation to “high prices” to jokes about how to rename it to “expensive packs”. There is already a call on social media not to buy new (and more expensive) tiers from fellow Nintendo fans in the hope that video game giants will rethink:

@ electrotriple11 -“Did you know if you weren’t happy with the price of something and enough people wouldn’t buy it? They are forced to lower the price **, so people do it. Do not buy expansion packs as you will buy

We did our own polls here at Nintendo Life, and the overwhelming majority of readers told us it was “a little too expensive” and even “absolute stripping”. With this said, more than 40% of participants were willing to change their minds about the new demographic in response to future updates.Of course there is others Some people are willing to give you a chance. Some suggest that Nintendo is likely to enhance its service with additional incentives, such as increased game libraries and DLC content.

This isn’t the first time I’ve seen Nintendo Video struggling to appeal on YouTube- Metroid Prime: Federation Force As one of Nintendo’s fans pointed out earlier, more than 90,000 dislikes were generated within a day.

“The release of Metroid Prime Federation Force was about five years ago, and it’s the most hated video on Nintendo’s YouTube channel, and more than 90,000 people hate it.”

And nowadays, free-to-play microtransaction titles Pokemon Unite For Nintendo Switch and mobile devices, over 150,000 dislikes were generated within a day. pain!

Nintendo doesn’t explain why the new tier of NSO services is priced, but the well-known leaker Emily Rogers is a game for companies such as Megadrive / Genesis and Sega and Capcom.

When the new expansion pack service is launched on October 25th / 26th, it will be available at the following prices: Note: There is also a “proportional discount”. You can read more about this in the pricing post.

  • 12 Months Single User-$ 49.99 / € 39,99 / £ 34.99
  • 12 Month Family Pass (up to 8 users)-$ 79.99 USD / € 69,99 / £ 59.99

So what do you think of Switch Online’s “expansion packs” at this stage? How was your own reaction to the above video? Do you think Nintendo needs to rethink this new top-tier price? Please leave your thoughts below.