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markedkiller78 wrote:
November 21st, 2019, 7:52 am
Isn’t this like buying a 2DS then crying when the games talks about 3D :think: You can’t play 1-2 switch, that’s reason enough to by the lite

I thought Mario-O was really good to begin with, then got bored and it was an absolute chore to finish it.
Well, I can't imagine it would be too hard for the game to recognise which system it's being played on and stop pushing the joycons accordingly.
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I enjoyed Odyssey a lot, felt like a sequel to Mario 64. Suppose it was a bit on the easy side apart from some of the final moons, but I liked the puzzle nature of finding them - similar to tracking down the shrines in BOTW.

Haven't played anything on the Switch for a while, been chipping away at some DS stuff. Ghost Trick is excellent.
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yeah Odyssey is good if not overly challenging I actually need to go back and finish it :palm: and so is BOTW..... im never finishing that ! :lol: properly anyway , but I do agree with PJ in it didnt grab me in the same way as some other zeldas. either way 2d mario's > 3d marios ,I've always struggled to enjoy the 3d ones over the 2d.

and tetris 99 > everything else ....although I'm crap when up against good people at the end :problem: :problem:
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geotrig wrote:
November 21st, 2019, 10:27 am
either way 2d mario's > 3d marios ,I've always struggled to enjoy the 3d ones over the 2d.
I'm the opposite. Mario 64 is one of my all time favourites.
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Wait for it...

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Im still waiting for the partial nudity :fastlove: :hinthint:

:lol: :awe:
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Inches away from death.... :P
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**** the unplayed list. I’m buying The Touryst tonight.
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Let me know how it is. I kind of wish I could buy it on cart.
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It'll be a cart release. All the best stuff gets a print.
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pubjoe wrote:
December 9th, 2019, 1:41 pm
**** the unplayed list. I’m buying The Touryst tonight.
Thanks for the heads up on this, I'm really enjoying it so far. :awe: The voxel graphics work a treat for this and the sound is lovely too. I think it's fairly short (8-10 hours) but the four hours I've played have been really fun. The control scheme is a little wack though and you can't reconfigure them. The camera was a little annoying in one section too but all in all, a grt8 game. :thumbupright:
I've just finished the three arcade challenges. I found the F-Zero one pretty tricky, there's not much room for error. :oops: The other two wasn't too bad though, the Bum Jack boot was infinitely easier once I remembered that you can glide descend :palm:
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ESP Ra De Psi is out on the Japanese e-shop.
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SuperPang wrote:
December 15th, 2019, 5:29 pm
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Out now for order I believe for 99 quid before xmas
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SuperPang wrote:
December 18th, 2019, 5:35 pm
ESP Ra De Psi is out on the Japanese e-shop.
8-) . What's psi?
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FrancoB wrote:
December 17th, 2019, 1:42 pm
I think it's fairly short (8-10 hours)
The perfect length ,anything longer unless it's a special game is too much for me. :fastlove:
I've been hearing good things about it as well though.
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geotrig wrote:
December 18th, 2019, 5:59 pm
8-) . What's psi?
The 23rd letter of the Greek alphabet, apparently.

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