The Wall Street Journal is reporting today that Nintendo has delayed the higher capacity 64GB Nintendo Switch cartridges to 2019. This has come as a blow to some developers whose games simply do not fit on the standard 32GB cartridge. The Kyoto-based company pushed the date back due to technical issues. The Verge says that larger capacity cartridges would help alleviate the need for an extra microSD expansion card and the internet downloads required by these more demanding games. However, this could come at a higher price to consumers.