Shovelware and Asset Flipping: What Happened to Quality Control at Nintendo?by@connorc
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Shovelware and Asset Flipping: What Happened to Quality Control at Nintendo?

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Nintendo first slipped into the realm of shovelware with the release of Ninjabread Man in 2007 and has since descended further. Due to the popularity of the Switch, and the willingness of other digital marketplaces to provide shovelware, Nintendo has embraced the change. Now, Nintendo release 20-30 indie titles a week, with asset flipped games often sneaking through, and little looks like it will change.

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