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Old 06-11-19, 06:18 PM
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Re: Nintendo Switch: Building a New Generation of Hardware from Scratch

I don't love the art style either but I look forward to playing this again, hopefully they added a bit of content to it for the pricetag.
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Re: Nintendo Switch: Building a New Generation of Hardware from Scratch

I feel like for $60, Links Awakening should have voice acting for all the dialogue. As-is, I'd probably pay $30 at most.
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Re: Nintendo Switch: Building a New Generation of Hardware from Scratch

Europe, that steelbook is awesome
Old 06-12-19, 02:25 AM
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I don't get why the US is getting the art book but not the steelbook.
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Well, that makes it much easier for me to just use a Voucher on that game.

I did pre-order that sweet Amibo though -- my first one purchased in over a year.

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I'm a sucker and still preordered the US special edition with artbook. And the Link amiibo. And the other amiibos they just put on preorder.

Oh well, one less game to use a voucher on.
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Re: Nintendo Switch: Building a New Generation of Hardware from Scratch

Game of the fucking year right here!

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Damn that sucks. I totally would have been a sucker with those exclusives. Really disappointed we didn't get any info on Metroid Prime 4. How long has it been now with zero information?
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Re: Nintendo Switch: Building a New Generation of Hardware from Scratch

What information do you want at this point? They just started over on it.
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I thought at minimum they would mention Metroid Prime Trilogy on Switch.
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Re: Nintendo Switch: Building a New Generation of Hardware from Scratch

...especially because that trilogy has supposedly been complete for a long while. I wonder if we'll see it early next year (similar to the flood of Wii U ports we saw early this year), or if they're holding it back until Prime 4 is a little closer to feed on that pent-up interest while also promoting the sequel.
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Knowing Nintendo, they're probably weighing the possibility of releasing each remaster separately for $60 each.
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This kind of looks ugly and unwieldy and yet I really want it, if only for the sticks and dpad.

https://kotaku.com/hori-s-grip-contr...lut-1835487835
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I learned long ago that non-first-party controllers are a waste of money.
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I learned long ago that non-first-party controllers are a waste of money.
eh, I have the hori dpad fake joycon and it works fine for what it's supposed to do.

Even MadCatz before they died tiptoed into legitimacy with their Street Fighter sticks.
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Hori is generally an exception to that rule. BUT I logged in to post that they've disappointed a bit of late.
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What information do you want at this point? They just started over on it.
I must have missed that. Dang, didn't know they had to start over. Wow that sucks. So they had to scrap like at least a years worth of work?
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That European exclusive Steelbook for Link's Awakening is awesome. Almost might consider importing that.
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The new Zelda game looked cool and all, but then I saw that it was a rhythm game. Ugh.

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The original is on sale for $4 right now. This sorta-sequel is $25. Try the first one now and if you enjoy it enough, get Hyrule some time in the future. Itís pricey.
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Even MadCatz before they died tiptoed into legitimacy with their Street Fighter sticks.
10+ years after I first bought it, my (Round 1) MadCatz TE Arcade Stick is still alive and kicking.
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The new Zelda game looked cool and all, but then I saw that it was a rhythm game. Ugh.
It's not a "Zelda Game", it's a cross-over game with Zelda and Link guest starring in it.

And we bought it yesterday.
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Originally Posted by slop101 View Post
The new Zelda game looked cool and all, but then I saw that it was a rhythm game. Ugh.

You know there's three different Zelda games right? The one you posted is indeed a rhythm game that just came out based on the necromancer title.

There's also a remake of the Legend of Zelda Link's Awakening the gameboy game that's coming out in September.

The third announced title is a Breath of the Wild sequel.
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You know there's three different Zelda games right? The one you posted is indeed a rhythm game that just came out based on the necromancer title.

There's also a remake of the Legend of Zelda Link's Awakening the gameboy game that's coming out in September.

The third announced title is a Breath of the Wild sequel.
I'm only taking about something that was just released - none of the games you mentioned have been released yet, so I don't understand what you're trying to say.

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