The #Nintendo Switch gaming system has been a huge success. However, the tech company is not confident of the sale of its gaming console this #Holiday Season.

President of Nintendo America, Reggie Fils-Aime, stated that the company is aiming to sell 10 million Nintendo Switch units before the fiscal year will end. Nonetheless, Fils-Aime did not eliminate the chance of stock shortages. In spite of that, Fils-Aime claimed that the company is now focused on generating enough Nintendo Switch for the upcoming holiday season, according to GameSpot.

One of the problems that are bothering the production of the console is the shortage in the device’s components.

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Several parts that Nintendo is using for the Switch console is also being utilized by Apple for its latest iPhone.

‘L.A. Noire’ game on consoles

Rockstar Games’ neo-noir detective action-adventure video game, “L.A. Noire,” is coming to Nintendo’s latest console, according to US Gamer. Nintendo Switch owners will acquire the video game on November 14. The console will feature the original game, downloadable content (DLC), as well as new control schemes.

The enhancements of Nintendo Switch [VIDEO] include gesture-based controls, contextual touch screen controls, Joy-Con mode with gyroscopic, HD rumble as well as over the shoulder camera angle. Aside from Nintendo’s console, the “#La Noirevideo game will also roll out to Sony’s PlayStation 4 and Microsoft’s Xbox One. The PS4 and Xbox One versions are expected to arrive with DLC, new camera angles, and enhanced visuals.

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The physical cartridges of the video game cost more compared to discs, which leads the video game company to sell the game for an extra $10. This could mean that the PlayStation 4 and Xbox One versions of “L.A. Noire” will be available for $40, while the Switch version will cost $50.

Console’s upcoming games

Other upcoming games with confirmed release dates for the Nintendo Switch include "Steamworld Dig 2" (September 21), "Dragon Ball Xenoverse 2" (September 22), and "Super Mario Odyssey" (October 27). "Resident Evil Revelations" 1 and 2 (November 28), will follow the "Fire Emblem Warriors" (October 20) and "Pokkén Tournament DX" (September 22).

Other Switch games confirmed for 2017 are "NBA 2K18" (September 2017), Bandai Namco's "One Piece Unlimited World Red" (September 2017), "Zelda: Breath of the Wild" DLC 2 The Champion's Ballad (late 2017) and Bethesda's “Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim” (late 2017).