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Namco Museum Switch has tate mode!
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Just got my Mario Kart 8 for the switch!! The only Mario Kart I missed out on. Getting ready to be antisocial yet again!
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Tbh MK8 is the only 'recent' game I've really played. Haven't found the motivation for anything else. Love it.
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That's true, like me and Fire Emblem. Kids being the main reason that I don't play much else.
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Mine is in too. Friend code me, bitches.
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I haven't come around to buying it again ,taking a bit of a break from Zelda and getting my **** handed to me in bombers.. I think they patched it to run better on line
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spmbx wrote:I read somewhere they lowered the resolution but i haven't noticed it. I don't own the game myself.
That'll be why then mate.
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It's OK we have strong and stable leadership. Stable and strong stability.
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SuperPang wrote:It's OK we have strong and stable leadership. Stable and strong stability.
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That's my second favourite gif you've posted in the last week or so :whoopsie:
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Mario Kart looks incredibly good on the small screen. Better than Zelda.
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Haha.
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Hardest Wipeout setting has nothing on easy setting of Fast RMX... Hence I f@*#}~! give up on it. Even when you actually finish 1st it doesn't feel rewarding. It feels like a chore has been done and the next race is another hard day's cleaning at the miner's urinal. Gorgeous game, great handling with tracks straight out of Wipeout. But the learning curve and rubberbanding is set by a sadistic nihilist.

I have gold medals on all my Wipeout games on all settings... Fast RMX? I'm not even even on the medium tracks yet... Totally regret paying £16.99 for fast stress.

On the plus side, now I can open Mario Kart 8!
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Super fast review of Puyo Puyo Tetris.

Good:
  • Solid version of classic Tetris accessible with a single button from the title screen.
  • Solid version of classic Puyo Puyo accessible with a single button from the title screen.
  • Reskinnable Puyos for the colour vision impaired. :awe:
  • 40 million different gameplay variants and mixes of Puyo Puyo and Tetris, all of which can be played online or in local multiplayer.
  • Unlocks are for cosmetic changes only.
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  • UK version doesn't come with the nice keyrings the USA one does :mad: :problem:
  • You can't disable voices without disabling the rest of the sound effects.
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amazon.com wrote:We're writing to let you know we processed your refund of GBP6.66 for your Order

This refund is for the following item(s):

Item: The Binding of Isaac: Afterbirth+ - Switch
Quantity: 1
ASIN: B01N21YHC5
Reason for refund: Export fee reduced

Here's the breakdown of your refund for this item:

Import Fee Deposit Refund: GBP6.66
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Felt stupid buying it again but at least MK8's Battle mode is bloody great.
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2 months in, anyone having any issues with their Switch? My JoyCon have been connecting fine, no dock scratches on my screen protector, WiFi behaves though does seem weaker than other devices. I also like the fact that the JoyCons wear in really quickly.

Only trouble I've spotted is with the locking mechanism latch on my left JoyCon, which is either worn or was damaged when I messed up the +/- handstrap. While it still locks in to the console and grip fine, it's not as secure as the other - it can be pulled off without needing the button pressed.
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Nah it's been fine. Dock is used a lot by kids and there are no scratches. Nath said he had a joycon disconnect a couple weeks ago.

Nath put one of the joycon strap things on the wrong way round (all the way until it overlapped). Just pressed the unlock button and slid it off.

I can't fault it.
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Same, no issues either ,like you say cools WiFi seems weaker but have had it upstairs opposite side of house and it still works on(no concrete walls to go through though).screen protector has no scratches either .
Still need to get out puyo tetris and convince myself that I need to get mk8 again.

I have to say it's been decent so far with a steady flow of games so far
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