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This issue is now known as "Joy-Con drift." Nintendo eventually addressed this in July 2019 by allowing for free repairs without regard to warranty status* in North America. Always start with the recalibration and firmware update since that's the fastest option. They also suggest updating the system software and removing any skins on the controller. If it ...


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The previous answers do provide one possible solution, however, if you are on a mobile device or a computer, you can also access the world files directly, copy them to a media transfer device, and transfer them that way. This is similar to the way uploading/downloading maps works for adventure and puzzle maps (which is another option you have to transfer ...


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I've actually done this a few times - taken a copy of a world from my Xbox One so that I could play it on my Windows 10 PC (the concept is the same) - but there are a couple of prerequisites: You'll need an active subscription, whether paid or free trial (see bullet points), to Minecraft Realms/Realms Plus. Realms/Realms Plus is basically a private, invite-...


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You can put the world on a realm on the device that has the world (your Xbox) then download the world from the realm on a different device (your switch). Assuming you're using the same account on all devices.


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Monster Hunter Double Cross (aka XX) is pretty much a direct port with updated graphics from the 3DS version but content and gameplaywise it is identical. This also makes it able to crossplay between Switch and 3DS versions in online rooms but not local play. Note, the crossplay feature is only available in the japanese XX versions for 3DS and Switch since ...


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