As you can see, it looks like the issue might have something to do with the Joy-Con being blocked almost completely, or the Joy-Con losing sight with the Switch in some way. All I can tell you is that I haven't had this issue happen at all, but I've been playing with the included Joy-Con grip.
PSA: This might be a good time to remind everyone that you can filter stories here on the site, especially if you are hoping to avoid spoilers of a Hyrulian nature. This is available only to registered members.
Edit Profile > Custom Filters > Games Type "breath" or other keyword to find a game, and make sure it says "Exclude".
Bam. Media blackout on that until you tell us otherwise.
Before Nintendo Switch launches worldwide on March 3, come experience the new system on the side of a snowy mountain, an unexpected place that shows off the system’s unique capabilities. Nintendo Switch is a home gaming system with the portability of a handheld, so playing it at the Snowmass ski resort in Aspen, Colorado, really drives home how this new system can be taken anywhere, played at any time and enjoyed with anyone!
Nintendo Switch will be set up in a living room-inspired setting on one of the resort’s ski slopes, complete with all the comforts of home. Fans and resort-goers who are skiing or snowboarding down the mountain will have the ability to take a break and try out select Nintendo Switch games like 1-2-Switch and The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild. Seeing this one-of-a-kind installation in such an unexpected place is truly a sight to behold, as well as a fantastic photo opportunity.
Each of these Nintendo Switch experiences will be an absolute spectacle, featuring visuals that remind people of home gaming, but set in wild locations. Seeing these familiar settings set against dazzling backdrops like a snowy mountain emphasizes how Nintendo Switch transforms any space into a gaming venue.
The Nintendo Switch experience will be open to the public between the hours of 8:30 a.m. and 4:30 p.m. on Feb. 27. Make sure you know how to ski or snowboard if you want to experience this unique Nintendo event.
Nintendo fans, ski resort visitors, families
8:30 a.m.- 4:30 p.m. (open to the public)
Snowmass Village ski slope
45 Village Square
Snowmass Village, CO 81615
Fans, local residents and tourists playing Nintendo Switch in an interactive living room-inspired space on the side of a ski slope at the Snowmass ski resort, creating a one-of-a-kind photo opportunity.
People of all ages playing 1-2-Switch and participating in over-the-top games that mimic the motions of milking a cow and competing in a Wild West duel, among others.
Fans in ski and snowboarding gear playing a variety of Nintendo Switch games against a unique and dynamic backdrop.
See and play Nintendo Switch before it launches on March 3.
Looking at this pic makes me think John Cena could crush the Switch with no problem at all. Thankfully, he's a gentle giant!