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RolStoppable said:

No surprise that Nintendo knows how business works. Also no surprise that the manufacturer of these Joy-Cons doesn't know how it works. Even less of a surprise that the gaming community doesn't know how business works.

Anyone who feels strongly about this Etika cause can donate $20 to a charity without getting anything for the money in return. But it's also no surprise that not even 1% of the people who complain will be willing to give as little as $20.

Your right looking at it from afar it seems they didn't liaison with Nintendo. Most successful charities of this type approach the company beforehand to form a partnership, not only does it stop this type of situation from occurring it also benefits both parties and the public, the charity side gets the benefits that come from official support and that can come in many forms from logistical, financial,publicity, expertise etc.   the company gets control over how the campaign is run and benefit from positive media and we the customer get it in the form of assurance that the involvement of a company of Nintendo's stature brings.

Research shows Video games  help make you smarter, so why am I an idiot