A group of consumer organisations from several European countries issued a joint call inviting users to report problems encountered with the Nintendo Switch's Joy-Con controllers. The Dutch Consumers' Association (Consumenten Bond) issued a statement asking people who own a Switch to report Joy-Con drift issues they may have, VGC reported. The organisation said it was making this call together with consumers' associations from Belgium, France, Greece, Italy, Norway, Portugal, Slovenia, and Slovakia, as well as European consumer organisation BEUC. The statement added that consumers' associations from Belgium and France had already received over 1,000 complaints. Back in September, French consumers organisation UFC-Que Choisir announced that it was suing Nintendo for planned obsolescence and anti-consumer practices.
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