Nintendo Switch One Year Anniversary Resets Switch Playtimes

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Japan's Association of Media in Digital (or AMD) will be awarding the Nintendo Switch with the "Excellence Award" this year. The bag is set to come out later this month on March 15, 2018, and is available for pre-order on Amazon.

The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild launched alongside Nintendo Switch on March 3, with the adventure continuing later in the year with the release of two DLC packs, Trial of the Sword and the Champions Ballad. These links leave Siliconera.

Other users point out that the profile page on the Switch only shows the "last played" message for the first 10 days after starting a game.

An entire year's worth of Zelda playtime data, gone.

"Some Nintendo Switch owners' play activity information is displaying incorrectly", the company's statement reads.

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Following those reports, Nintendo released a tweet on March 2 that confirmed the play time feature was indeed experiencing problems while saying that it was aware of the issue and hoped to have more info in the near future.

Not only has it become one of the fastest-selling consoles within a ten month period, shipping almost 5 million units, but the Switch has been redefining how we play games and has offered us the luxury of taking our favorites on the go. This is one award in a stack of many that Nintendo has won in the a year ago because of the Switch. In the meantime fans have taken this opportunity to tell Nintendo that they want a legitimate activity log like past systems; not the rudimentary one we have on Switch now.

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Nintendo has since acknowledged that the playtime for each user has not been reset and will return when the update comes. It is unclear if Nintendo has a way of restoring the information, but the mishap has resulted in gamers calling out the company on it and asking for a better activity log.

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