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TalkBack / Re: Super Mario 3D All-Stars (Switch) Review
« on: Yesterday at 07:18:59 PM »
It seems Nintendo doesn't want people to get the physical copy of the game. It's not available at Walmart in stores or online (I work at a major Walmart, and we never even got it in stock). When you try to order it from GameStop, it's not available in stores. Target seems to have it, but many other places don't. I know it's a limited release, but they seem to not want people to buy it at all.

Yeah, sure. Never did finish the bonus content in 3D world, and the game will be better without the GamePad.

Not having the GamePad will make it worse, the GamePad really enhanced the game.

I might still get it since I loved the game. I finished most of the bonus content, but not all because I ended up getting frustrated with how hard some of them were (and I am at the point where I won't bother playing if I am getting more frustrated than joy from playing)

but you have to imagine traditional controls have to be a part of this port, because otherwise this game becomes completely unplayable in handheld mode and that shuts out the Switch Lite auduence. Mario's too big a property for that.

Welllllllllllllllllll, about that.......

Gently shake a Joy-Con™ controller to activate Mario’s Spin ability or pass a Joy-Con controller to a friend for some extra help in Co-Star Mode*.

*If playing on Nintendo Switch Lite, detached Joy-Con controllers are required and sold separately.

Well. ****. Guess I'm not buying the collection, then, unless I can get a pretty good deal. Was really hoping to actually be able to relax when playing Mario Galaxy this time. My wrist isn't what it used to be, nor is my back. Leave it to Nintendo to take the easy route.

I played plenty of Galaxy back in the day, you don't need to worry. You barely have to move your wrist to do it.

I don't get the hate about this collection. Could it be better? Sure. But it's still a good deal, and I am glad to be able to play Super Mario Sunshine again since the game is going for around $70 for a used copy. And I know the game has its haters, but it's a pretty good game.

I understand why they do it, and it's not really gonna effect a lot of people, but it still sucks. What I especially think sucks is that anyone who does own the Wii U version won't be able to buy the DLC if they don't own it. At least they try to make the Switch version more appealing by adding additional content other than just the DLC (in the form of additional side missions).

And EVO becomes even more useless. Kinda hard to call yourself a credible fighting tournament without having the best selling fighting game of all time.

The Cooking Mama games may not be exciting, but they are well made. At least the ones Office Create did. The balls on Planet Entertainment to not only be willing to put out a game that they knew was ****, but to do so after being told they had no legal right to do so? How stupid is the management at Planet Entertainment? Any half decent lawyer is gonna kick their ass.

I like the idea, but I have no interest in like 2/3 of the games on it.

And it's funny seeing the generic names they come up with some of the games in it, like Renegade (Go), Four-in-a-Row (Connect Four), and Yacht Dice (Yahtzee).

I think it should be pointed out that right now they have a license deal ONLY with the NFL, not the NFLPA. That means that it could have the team names and logos, but not the players (but since any game would be at least a year away, they still have time to reach a deal with the NFLPA).

TalkBack / Re: Animal Crossing: New Horizons (Switch) Hands-on Preview
« on: March 05, 2020, 07:00:09 PM »
I couldn't care less about the terraforming features, I don't think that is needed. However, I am excited for the game and look forward to it.

I always think it's BS when the retail copy is just a download code. If i'm buying the retail version, it's because I want the physical copy. If I want to download it, i'll buy the digital copy.

BTW, I also think it's BS when they charge full price for the digital copy. They are saving a lot of money with the digital copy, so they should pass the savings on to us instead of just using that to make extra profit.

I'm very disappointed in this announcement. The Fire Emblem series is already over-represented in Smash as it is. The game has 7 FE characters, we don't need an 8th. There are so many better choices, both first party and third party.

TalkBack / Re: Pokémon Sword and Shield (Switch) Review
« on: December 19, 2019, 07:22:40 PM »
I'm still early in the game, but I like it. I don't like how the beginning of the game drags though, stopping me so often (like telling me to meet me somewhere, then stopping me like 3 times on the way there). It also seems to be a little too easy thanks to the mandatory Exp. Share. I JUST got the Dynamax ring from the professor and I already have my entire team at Level 8 or higher (my Scorbunny is Level 12). It made me laugh when Leon said his brother gave me a challenge, I wiped out his 3 Pokemon with no difficulty at all. And I am surprised that with how much hand holding they do, they give you the Dynamax ring and then don't tell you how to use it. All Leon says is you can use it after meeting certain conditions in battle (without explaining that).

I do like some of the Quality of Life improvements though, like telling me if my moves will be effective against the other Pokemon, or being able to easily learn moves that my Pokemon could have learned (i.e. if you catch a Pokemon that is level 30, you could have it learn a move it knew at level 5).

TalkBack / Re: Luigi's Mansion 3 (Switch) Review
« on: December 19, 2019, 07:16:03 PM »
I didn't mind it with Polterpop, but E. Gadd got annoying. He did not want me going to any room but his, because he kept bitching about how long it was taking me to get to his room.

TalkBack / Re: Super Mario Maker 2 Update Coming December 5
« on: December 03, 2019, 04:13:24 PM »
Good. Since I don't have Nintendo Switch Online, I haven't played the game since I beat the single player mode (Nintendo requires a subscription to download levels).

Could you sign up for the free trial and download as many as you can before cancelling it?

The only reason I haven't signed up for it is because I don't have Internet at home right now, so I wouldn't get much use out of it. Eventually I will

TalkBack / Re: Super Mario Maker 2 Update Coming December 5
« on: December 02, 2019, 05:55:52 PM »
Good. Since I don't have Nintendo Switch Online, I haven't played the game since I beat the single player mode (Nintendo requires a subscription to download levels).

TalkBack / Re: Streets of Rage 4 (Switch) Hands-on Preview
« on: September 02, 2019, 06:50:25 PM »
Usually by myself. I could see it being more fun with another person.

TalkBack / Re: Streets of Rage 4 (Switch) Hands-on Preview
« on: August 31, 2019, 07:40:04 PM »
I WANT to enjoy beat em ups, but I always get bored after like 10 minutes LOL. I think that's why i've never beaten one, because I just lose interest after a few minutes

TalkBack / Re: Original Doom Trilogy Appears On eShop
« on: July 27, 2019, 07:01:15 PM »
I call BS on them claiming it is supposed to be optional to have a account, I think they are backtracking after they got massive backlash on it (and rightfully so).

TalkBack / Re: Cadence of Hyrule (Switch) Review
« on: June 16, 2019, 06:51:29 PM »
When Nintendo announced this a few months ago, they made clear to say this is a stand-alone game.

TalkBack / Re: Sequel to Zelda: Breath of the Wild Is in Development
« on: June 11, 2019, 06:49:12 PM »
I didn't like how every weapon breaks in the first game, even rare weapons broke really quickly. It's honestly the reason I ended up abandoning the game (I enjoyed the world). If they keep that for the next Zelda game, I might just pass on it altogether.

I can understand not letting SMM2 levels back to SMM, but I see no reason you couldn't move them forward. Nintendo even allowed that on the Game Boy Color when you could send Pokemon from Generation I to Generation II.

I am glad to get more games on Switch, but this is just lazy and/or greedy of Capcom. Porting a 18 year old game to the Switch? Why not port the HD collection? This better be less than $10.

I never really cared about stage creators in games, but i'm glad to have them in for those who do. It gives them more reason to buy the game. I hope it's more feature rich than in Brawl though, it was hard to create any good stages due to the limitations.

TalkBack / Re: Pokémon Sword and Shield Revealed, Launching Late 2019
« on: February 27, 2019, 10:02:57 AM »
I'm glad they fixed the one thing that made me decide not to get either Let's Go games. I thought it was incredibly dumb to get rid of random Pokemon battles (instead, they only gave you the option to catch them instead of battling them)

Now that MP4 won't be shown until E3 2021, the release could be delayed all the way to 2020 or beyond if they still want to use it as marketing for MP4. I see no other reason why they would be delaying the release/announcement otherwise :-\

There has been no mention or hint of them showing the game at E3 2021 (or any other date).

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