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  1. True, but at least that also included NEW Super Luigi U as well. If Nintendo really wanted to be a dick about it, they could have charged us $60 for NSMBU and then the additional $20 for NSLU on top of that. And at least there were some new gameplay gimmicks, a new power up and a new character to play as. Still pretty greasy, but not as greasy as they could have been. It would have been awesome to get a NEW Super Mario Bros. All-Stars though. Would have MUCH preferred THAT.
  2. That's kinda how I feel. I rented it from Blockbuster ( ! ) and beat the entire thing in a weekend. It was just "ok" at best, but it has a fanbase that truly loves it. And I don't understand why. I'm going to pick this new game up on release (because I'm an idiot). Hopefully this time around I'll "get" it.
  3. Oooo...this make me think a release on Switch is likely! SNK has released most (all?) of their recent fighting games on Switch, so I'm optimistic. But cautiously so, since they haven't announced any platforms yet (for whatever reason).
  4. If that's the case, then maybe they don't know what an "All-Star" is. Because if the reason Galaxy 2 wasn't included because it's not a star, then...nuts to that!
  5. @Keyser_Soze I think you're right...but even with that knowledge, we can't be 100% sure. Because Nintendo.
  6. Huh. Weird. If the entire back was black, then...fine? I guess? But if it's all red and only the kickstand is black...that's....kinda weird.
  7. I wanna see the back of the Switch itself. Does it have the normal Switch logo on it? Or some kind of Super Mario logo/emblem thing?
  8. Right. Yeah that's what I was getting at! We're in agreement.
  9. Oh I don't care if Nintendo has to pay to get games on its console. That's their problem, not mine. But is that the story? Is Nintendo buying *all* of its "AAA" or "AA" third party exclusives? Let's not forget, the Switch is still getting a LOT of multiplat games, too. That's not a bad thing for them, right?
  10. Cool, but...almost kind of a waste of money? Seems like overall, NLG was pretty content just continuing to make games exclusively for Nintendo. Was it really necessary to buy them out? This is *almost* on the same level as Playstation buying out Insomniac. Like, alright, nice. You got 'em locked in. But they were already pretty much were, so...why spend the cash? LOL Yeah. They partnered with RARE for nearly a decade, then sold. I feel they only had Silicon Knights as second party for maybe a handful of years. (though considering what that company ended up being like
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