Nintendo’s new Joy-Con drift lawsuit defense apparently says kids can’t sue company

Nintendo is still receiving lawsuits over its notorious Joy-Con drift issues, with the latest cases filed against the company being Sanchez et al. people. v. Nintendo of America. Nintendo’s defense attorneys have argued that individuals suing the Kyoto-based company are not qualified simply because they are children. The lawsuit was apparently brought by parents who purchased defective Joy-Cons for their respective children. The parents are now looking for a federal judge to hear the case.

“Basically, Nintendo is claiming that children can’t sue the company because they’re claiming no apparent harm to themselves. “Furthermore, Nintendo’s defense argues that the End User License Agreement (EULA) that Switch users must confirm before using the system states that they must be 18 or older to accept it.”

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