For non-tech savvy relatives searching for the late Christmas deal, the Nanica Smitch might sound like a bargain. The console is the flagrant Nintendo Switch scam and sells for the parallel of under $50. However, you are receiving what you pay for.
The Nanica Smitch looks like Nintendo’s console at the first glance presently accessible in Columbia. It’s even obtaining the detachable controllers and the box also has a picture of Mario on its front.
The Columbian website which is selling the apparatus stated that the Smitch has built-in 800 games. However, it does not utilize cartridges, all which will nearly be unlawful ROMs of NES games. Mario Bros, Double Dragon, and Bomberman are some of them.
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The features making it different from it include the ”Joy-Cons’ being a lot thicker, sponsored by four AAA batteries, and cheaper-looking. And if you want to connect Smitch with TV, you will need RDA cables instead of HDMI.
Moreover, it is probable that Nintendo will rapidly stop the Nanica Smitch, or has already set up the procedure. There are some organizations that are preventing their IPs as aggressively as the Japanese company.
The company has previously revealed many lawsuits against ROM-hosting websites. And pursuing millions of dollars for trademark and copyright violations. Surprisingly YouTube channels sending Nintendo game’s soundtracks were not secure and facing copyright claims also.
Some people do not have enough knowledge about the Nanica Smitch and can make mistakes that the Nanica Smitch is a real thing, pushing off those who get the ‘console’ very disheartening on Christmas.