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  1. Disco Elysium: The Final Cut Is Heading To Switch In October WWW.NINTENDOLIFE.COM With a retail version in early 2022 - Disco Elysium: The Final Cut has been eagerly awaited on Switch since it was initial...
  2. Aspyr Is Bringing The Classic BioWare RPG Star Wars: Knights Of The Old Republic To Switch WWW.NINTENDOLIFE.COM Use the Force this November - Even Star Wars fans got something in the latest Nintendo Direct - with Aspyr lifting the lid...
  3. So I was playing Story of Seasons on my PC, and my daughter kept telling me she wanted to play it. I head on over to the store on her Switch and notice she can just... download and play the game for a week? And it's not a demo, but a trial? Since when? Excuse her disgusting screen, I didn't feel like extracting a screenshot from it via Nintendo's arcane methods, and I ain't cleaning whatever's on there, don't want to catch some horrible disease. Anyway, when was this added? This is actually an awesome idea. Obviously it's not for every game, looks like they're using this combined with a sale to boost copies sold, which to me is genius. Of course we've seen this for years on Steam, but from Nintendo this is like them going from 1845 internet to 2012 internet, quite a monumental step and one I appreciate.
  4. Something To Consider, ‘Earthbound’ Fans: It Appears Peaceful Means Of Bringing About An ‘Earthbound’ Rerelease Have Failed You Yet Again WWW.THEONION.COM Well, well, well, JRPG fans. Look where we find ourselves yet again. For years, you’ve tried to get Nintendo to re-release Earthbound, and, once more, they’ve callously spurned your pleas without a second thought. Time and again, your peaceful means of bringing about an updated version of the 1995 cult classic have…
  5. If you've wanted a new Burnout game this appears to be it. It's like burnout with tricks. Also only $39.99!
  6. https://www.eurogamer.net/articles/2021-09-03-game-boy-and-game-boy-color-titles-headed-to-nintendo-switch-online
  7. I'd like to play the No More Heroes games, and I'm curious to know about the controls from anyone who's played them. Is the Switch version of these games definitive, or are the controls more accurate/better on Wii? From my understanding, they look better and are locked at 60fps on Switch, but if the motion controls haven't been effectively recreated then I might opt to play the Wii versions.
  8. Project+ is mod that fixes bugs and allows for character balancing. This was a in person event and required the use of disks to play so it was pretty legit. Nintendo is doing themselves no favors here.
  9. How is Nintendo successful when they're consistently behind the times, from not using CDs to having bad online?
  10. Finally worked my way through Bravely Default 1 earlier this week after years of giving up pretty early on because I found the writing real bland. Once I got over that, the combat and job system became really amazing, and even the writing began to become very interesting, and despite going on quite a few hours too long to get the true ending, the ending itself was quite cool and got me right into Bravely Second. Which brings me to why I'm making this thread: I need friends on my 3DS who've played the game for the Abilink system! In BD1 I had a ton of people with decently leveled characters, so I could use their abilities and get some fun builds going early. Right now I've got almost no one. So even if you're not actively playing, if you have save data (and even better if you beat it) I'd love to be able to add some folks as friends so I can use those sweet sweet abilities.
  11. I’m looking at either the Switch Pro which costs the same as a new game or the Hori pad which is £20, reviews well but has zero extra functionality. Worth spending the cash for when I (eventually) buy some co-op games or something a bit more serious.
  12. Xenoblade Voice Actress Implies a New Game is in the Works — Which is True T.CO The voice actress for Melia implied that a third Xenoblade Chronicles game is in development. We can confirm that's accurate. Takes place in the far future after XC2 with some returning characters Might as well hold off release until Switch 2 since XB2 runs like ass on OG.
  13. I've been playing Origami King for awhile now and really loving it. I was initially turned off after finding out that yet again, Paper Mario would have meaningless battles, lack of party members, and little in the way of equipment/item management. Basically all the gameplay tropes of a standard JRPG that Nintendo has abandoned since TTYD. But now after completing half of the game so far, I'm not so sure I want traditional JRPG mechanics in this. It's actually kind of a relief knowing there isn't some arbitrary experience level you need to be at determined by the amount of enemies defeated, in order to beat the game. I can go through the game, avoid every enemy, and be just as prepared for every boss had I defeated everything along the way. With that said, I don't think Nintendo can get away with this in every situation, as evident by previous Paper Mario entries. Origami King fortunately has a fantastic battle system which is crucial. Every encounter has a unique puzzle to solve, and it's really engaging. Sure, you start to notice patterns pretty quickly and can solve the puzzles pretty fast as you progress, but bosses are always a blast and reversing the battle system is brilliant. I'd still like to see them attempt this kind of puzzle battle system while also keeping a cast of party members. And I do think they can implement a better equipment system, but overall this is a great step in the right direction. So anyway, this got me thinking. I think I'd love a standard JRPG, but with experience-less battles. For a lot of JRPGs, regular battles become more about the grind to progress the story than anything else. If you're not at the level the game expects you for a boss, it's going to be a frustrating experience. Whereas taking out the necessity to do battle along the way can reduce the monotony that often comes with JRPGs. Even the best ones. So what do you think? Are you on board with more Paper Mario's like this? Would you want a traditional JRPG to have meaningless battles if the battle system mechanic was rewarding in it's own way?
  14. I took like a week-long break between play sessions which means I have completely forgotten where I should go next; I have 10 missiles and 5 super missiles, and I seemingly need to find a way to open orange doors in order to get to the wrecked ship.
  15. Mario Kart 8 Deluxe - 37.08M (+1.69M) Animal Crossing: New Horizons - 33.89M (+1.26M) Super Smash Bros. Ultimate - 24.77M (+930K) The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild - 23.20M (+920K) Pokémon Sword/Shield - 21.85M (+750K) Super Mario Odyssey - 21.40M (+579K) Super Mario Party - 15.72M (+930K) Pokémon: Let's Go! - 13.57M (+290K) Splatoon 2 - 12.45M (+240K) Ring Fit Adventure - 11.26M (+1.15M) Super Mario 3D World + Bowser’s Fury - 6.68M (+1.09M) New Pokémon Snap - 2.07M (not including sales in Japan) Mario Golf: Super Rush - 1.34M Miitopia - 1.04M https://www.nintendo.co.jp/ir/pdf/2021/210805e.pdf https://www.nintendo.co.jp/ir/pdf/2021/210805_3e.pdf Welp, now that I have a Switch, NINTENDO NEWS TOO! @GameDadGrant We may Nintendo fanboy TOGETHER!
  16. It's a Pokémon! It's free to start on Switch! It exists! Unite! Download and log in today to get Day One bonus!
  17. This may take a while to get through.
  18. Super Mario 64 game sells for record-breaking $1.5m at auction WWW.BBC.COM An original Zelda cartridge and a Mario game set successive records at auction within days.
  19. Nintendo Announces Nintendo Switch (OLED model) With a Vibrant 7-inch OLED Screen, Launching Oct. 8 WWW.BUSINESSWIRE.COM On Oct. 8, Nintendo Switch (OLED model) will launch at a suggested retail price of $349.99.
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