In a report by GameSpot, Nintendo of America president Reggie Fils-Aime is stating that Nintendo has "big things" in store for us.

Reggie Fils-Aime had an interview with Fox News during their Fox Gamer segment, where he talked about their plans for E3.

Meanwhile, Nintendo was so impressed by the Switch's launch sales that they increased production of the console by two, from 8 million to 16 million, for fiscal year 2017. However, Fils-Aime didn't divulge any specific details regarding this, as Nintendo has always been sort of a wild card at annual trade shows. Now that we've moved onto the latest generation console release that is the Nintendo Switch, gamers are still holding out hope we may see some type of GameCube featured video game titles available for purchase.

It looks like Nintendo is gaining confidence that their part of the forthcoming E3 2017 presentation will be full of surprises and delight.

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The problem really is that fans are complaining about the prices of not only consoles, but games as well, and Nintendo seems to be getting the brunt of it.

In addition to Nintendo Switch game announcements, Nintendo has promised to reveal new games for the 3DS. Nintendo of course, showing off their new Nintendo Switch gaming console. This gives people more games to play with the Switch.

The list of changes in this newest Switch update isn't a lengthy one. The company already "multiple replenishments" of Switch stocks, but they're all sold out within hours. We'd love a new Metroid Prime or F-Zero! They came in day after day just to get the Switch and we couldn't provide it for them. In the United States, in particular, the console shows more momentum than its predecessors and handheld counterparts - the Wii and the Nintendo DS/3DS. According to patch notes shared on Nintendo's support site, 2.1.0 merely provides "general system stability improvements to enhance the user's experience".

Still, there are many, many more planned in the coming months.