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No video streaming on the Nintendo Switch at launch
The Nintendo Switch at launch will apparently be missing a couple things, in particular, the ability to steam video from the big sites like Netflix or Hulu. They are saying that feature could be added later but the lack of support for Netflix and Hulu is a bit of a head-scratcher. Support for Wii and Wii U controllers will also be missing (but could be added later). Kotaku has a bunch of other questions that they asked Nintendo over here if you are on the fence about pre-ordering.
The Switch won’t have Netflix or any other video apps at launch, but it will have a Mii Maker app. No video capture, sad to say.
Last week, just after the Switch event, we sent Nintendo a bunch of questions about their new hardware, which launches on March 3. Today, Nintendo sent back responses. Here’s the full list, complete with Nintendo’s answers (and non-answers)