Turns out that few things can get in between Nintendo fans and their copy of the new Zelda game - not even owning a console to play it on.
Nintendo has announced that the connectivity problems with the left Joycon on the Switch have been resolved.
With gamers, audiophiles and every middle-aged man building the "theater room" throwing more and more devices into their entertainment centers -- PC's, gaming consoles, Blu-ray players, high-def cable boxes -- this little box comes in handy. And it's got a remote. Sweet.