LVPG backs EuroGamer’s report; NX detachable controllers have Motion+force feedback 

Let’s Play Video Games, which features former Destructoid members, claims that various sources back EuroGamer’s article one being correct in the past with an Until Dawn Spinoff being in the works. Additionally they claim that the detachable controllers in the report have functionality similar to Wii Motion+ as well as the HTC Vive controllers’ force feedback which can mimicking the sensation of things like hitting a tennis ball. They claim Just Dance will be a lunch title that supports it.

Wii Motion Plus was a great controller that went underused since it was a late peripheral. Having two new controllers with that functionality out of the box sounds pretty good allowing for a lot of new ways to play. 

Update: Emily Rogers also backs these claims

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Nintendo to acquire 70% of JESNET 

 
In a press release Nintendo announced plans to acquire 70% of the distribution company JESNET for $47M. The sale will finalize on April next year.

As a manufacturer of video game systems, Nintendo is committed to bringing smiles to people across the world through products and services. To continue to produce an unprecedented level of fun, Nintendo has worked to produce products that anyone can enjoy, regardless of their age, gender or past gaming experience.
At the same time, JESNET and AJIOKA have been the largest-scale companies dedicated to handling Nintendo products in Japan for many years, selling mainly video game systems through their nation-wide distribution network.
This subsidiarization and acceptance of assignment of business will unify Nintendo’s product development acumen with JESNET’s and AJIOKA’s robust stocking and sales networks to form a supply structure that can meet consumer demand in a timely fashion. This means that Nintendo will have an integrated system from the development through supply of its products, allowing for rapid decision-making and an improvement in sales service. These steps are intended to strengthen the overall competitiveness of the Nintendo group and increase its corporate value.