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  1. You have to redeem (or buy) all of these in a row in order to redeem the next. Only validates from a Switch itself. The last two games look the best. 12/15: Colorbook (get first) then Robonauts 12/16 - Geki Yabi Runner 12/17 - Puzzle Book 12/18 - One Strike 12/19 - Wreckin' Ball Adventure 12/20 - Koloro 12/21 - #RaceDieRun 12/22 - REKT 12/23 - Mana Spark 12/24 - Mystery Game TBA https://qubicgames.com/15years/ Epic's giveaway also starts soon from the PC side.
  2. Sign into your Nintendo Account and go here: https://switch.nintendo.com/year-in-review/ Shows you all your stats of your Switch usage for the past year (and a bit more). There is an option to export the results via a pic, but...you can just post what was recorded like I will do below. How much Switch did you play? What games? How many Gold Coin Points did you earn? Let’s see it, D1P! Your Nintendo Switch journey began: MARCH 3, 2017 The first game you ever played on your system: Fast RMX Your most-played Nintendo Switch games in 2019: Pokémon Shield Super Smash Bros. Ultimate Mortal Kombat 11 Castlevania Anniversary Collection Bloodstained: Ritual of the Night This is how many hours you played Nintendo Switch games in 2019: 130 HOURS This is how many Nintendo Switch games you played this year: 51 GAMES You spent the most time playing Nintendo Switch games on these days: NOVEMBER 16 NOVEMBER 17 NOVEMBER 21 You played for 7 hours in January. You played for 12 hours in February. You played for 7 hours in March. You played for 11 hours in April. You played for 10 hours in May. You played for 6 hours in June. You played for 4 hours in July. You played for 0 hours in August. You played for 7 hours in September. You played for 13 hours in October. You played for 45 hours in November. You played for 7 hours in December. This is how many My Nintendo Gold Points you earned this year: 3,929 GOLD POINTS
  3. Dragon Marked for Death has been updated to Version 2.3.0, which is detailed in the trailer above. The trailer goes over the highlights, but there's actually much more to the update to sift through. The patch notes released by Inti Creates are absolutely massive, and you can pore over them in full right here. -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Has anyone else been playing this? I put some time into it (I love Inti Creates stuff) but I got distracted by something shiny and forgot to come back to it. It's pretty great 2D actiony stuff. With this new update, maybe it's time I circle back around to it. I'm just about finished with the main quest in Pokémon so the timing feels right. What about you? SOURCE: Sniped from GoNintendo
  4. N64 / Melee: 3.5 frames average Brawl: 5+ frames average Smash 4 (Wii U): 4.5+ frames average Smash Ultimate: 6 frames average Won't lie, I suspected this from the first time playing, and its long been the main thing keeping me from getting into the game. It's always felt ... late. Brawl still feels worse IMO because of the bad ways it treated inputs on receiving them. But this is still unfortunate, especially considering how much Ultimate's design would benefit from added responsiveness. Might be a casualty of Nintendo and Namco designing around their (bad) netcode. Wish it could be patched, even to get it to Wii U levels.
  5. Best Buy has the starter set on sale for $10 right now, but before I buy it I had a question for anyone that already bought it. Reviews on Amazon are saying that if you buy the starter set you don't get as many ships and pilots as the digital version and that there's no way to earn them in game. Has this been fixed in a patch by now, or is this still the case? Does anyone know? Thank you so much! Edit - After doing some more research online it seems that maybe I misunderstood how this game works. It sounds like they're wanting you to buy all of these extra pilots, weapons, and ships, as DLC. So I suspect that there's no way to earn them in the game, since you probably can't earn them in the normal version of the game, anyway. I'll leave this post up in case anyone has any other thoughts, but it seems I've answered my own question.
  6. I didn't realize they had anything coming up.
  7. Digital Foundry seems to think so. I saw this game literally 2 days ago on the store and thought it looked vaguely interesting but a little too much like your typical mobile-inspired voxel game. A few seconds of footage from this video (I have not watched it further than that) were enough to convince me to give the game a shot.
  8. I’m amazed at how expensive the joycon is. Even looking at BF sales, it looks like the best it will be is 60 bux. It looks like most MP games are geared towards splitting the joycon and each player gets a half. So maybe games where there are 3 or more? maybe for smash?
  9. Team 17 is one of the best publishers on Switch. Here are some of the highlights that are on sale: Yoku's Island Express - A freaking masterpiece of elegance in level/world design. Pinball Metroidvania Perfection. Worms WMD - Easily one of the most robust multiplayer games on Switch. Hotseat Play, LAN Play, Online... classic Worms gameplay, endless customization, random level generation, vehicles, crafting, 6-player support, teams, AI bots, 1080p/60fps, tons of unlockables, free DLC and substantial updates, a freaking Rocket League car... hell, it even has a slew of single-player challenges. What more could you possibly want?! Yooka-Laylee - The first game was decent, and the new 2D platformer looks amazing! Best of all, Playtonic puts REAL effort into their Switch ports. Overcooked - A fixture on the top seller charts, for good reason. It's a co-op classic. Perfect for Switch! Blasphemous - Haven't played it yet, but I will. It looks awesome. A gruesome take on Castlevania. Automachef - Looks like a super-fun puzzler. The Escapists - Intriguing, but haven't tried. There are many more, but give 'em a look on the eShop!
  10. I have to say I am looking forward to trying this one out. I've always loved the quirky things Nintendo comes out with.
  11. http://www.ign.com/articles/2018/08/20/grandia-and-grandia-ii-coming-to-switch-in-hd-remaster It's about fuggin' time we got an HD remaster of series that needed/deserved an HD remaster. While I really wish they'd get off of the Japanese circle-jerk and bring it to my Xbox, at least I'll have something to play on my Switch that I didn't already own on Wii U. Can't wait to see that premium Nintendo MSRP!
  12. Bandai Namco is currently hosting a Switch eShop sale in North America. Check out what's up for grabs in the table below. Just make sure to get in on the deals before Oct. 21st, 2019, as that's when the deal ends! Original Price // Discount Price Dragon Ball FighterZ $59.99 // $17.99 Tales of Vesperia: Definitive Edition $49.99 // $24.99 Taiko no Tatsujin: Drum ‘n’ Fun! $49.99 // $19.99 Sword Art Online: Fatal Bullet Complete Edition $ 59.99 // $35.99 RAD $19.99 // $14.99 One Piece: Unlimited World Red Deluxe Edition $39.99 // $11.99 One Piece Pirate Warriors 3 Deluxe Edition $39.99 // $11.99 Naruto Shippuden: Ultimate Ninja STORM 3 Full Burst $19.99 // $9.99 Naruto Shippuden: Ultimate Ninja STORM 2 $19.99 // $9.99 Naruto: Ultimate Ninja STORM $19.99 // $9.99 Naruto Shippuden: Ultimate Ninja STORM Trilogy $39.99 // $19.99 Namco Museum $29.99 // $10.19 My Hero One’s Justice $59.99 // $23.99 Katamari Damacy REROLL $29.99 // $17.99 Little Nightmares: Complete Edition $29.99 // $10.19 Dragon Ball Xenoverse 2 for Nintendo Switch $49.99 // $12.49 God Eater 3 $59.99 // $35.99
  13. While always being aware of the series and playing bits and pieces of different games, Breath of the Wild is the first Zelda game that I experienced in its entirety. I recently also finished Link's Awakening, and I really enjoyed it as well (some confusion about certain puzzles notwithstanding). I now feel like I have a pretty good handle on the language of these games, and would love to play some of the other entries. Here are the other Zelda games that I have: Link to the Past (SNES Classic/Switch) Ocarina of Time (N64) Wind Waker HD (Wii U) Twilight Princess HD (Wii U) Skyward Sword (Wii) Where should I start? I've played a good portion of Wind Waker several years ago and really liked it, but dropped it for something else at the time. Is there a game that I should play first to acclimate me to the others?
  14. https://www.nintendoenthusiast.com/2019/10/02/alphadream-developer-of-mario-luigi-files-for-bankruptcy/
  15. I set up an account for me on both of my boys switches so that I can log in and buy stuff for them. Wanted their accounts to be offline for the time being as they are younger...Anyways, whenever I log in with my account and buy games the switch does a check to see if they can play it and then it prompts their accounts to log in and purchase the game. I've read online that this shouldn't be the case that they should be able to play whatever games are on the switch. Any ideas on how to fix this? Also, can I buy a game once and then download it on to both switches? I bought two copies of games so far as I couldn't figure this part out.
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