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Nice.

I missed previous sales and in the end I just bought that at full price a month ago. Played it start to finish with my lad over a few evenings. I just can’t be bothered with long games. This was just what the doctor ordered. Loved it.
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Let me know how it is. I kind of wish I could buy it on cart.
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pubjoe wrote:
July 20th, 2020, 10:44 am
Good :)
The demo was fun. I'll probably buy it.
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hmm might have to give it another go , i only played some of the demo and found it a bit meh but the video suggests there is a lot more to it.
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There is, it opens out to several islands but it’s quite a pleasant little peaceful experience all through. I liked the demo.

If Link’s awakening -fighting is a genre then this is in it.
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I really enjoyed it myself. It did feel a little short but that's probably because I just wanted to play more of it :)
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I prefer games to be relatively short, I lose interest when they are 20/30 /40+ hrs long . Botw being an exception,outside of the cooking & the breaking weapons :problem:
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Cooking, foraging, recipes in general and breaking weapons. All the stuff you don’t want it a game.
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Yeah, no
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Bunch of whiny sods. Would the game be better if weapons lasted forever? Maybe, but that would give rise to just using the "best" weapon and the same type of attack against each enemy type throughout.

There's an infinite supply of weapons and you make it sound like the better stuff shatters after 1 hit. And 99% of the time it doesn't matter which one you're using, they all do the hitting the enemy/rock/tree thing. Weapon breaks, switch to another, repeat.

Cooking, a little tedious sure but reasonably rapid and button mashy to restock.

Minor, minor gripes in the overall grandeur of the game.

Something properly tedious is having to hold Run for the whole game in Super Mario 2D stuff.
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cools wrote:
July 21st, 2020, 3:57 pm

Something properly tedious is having to hold Run for the whole game in Super Mario 2D stuff.
what you on about? Mario has only one speed ,I just push that button to stop the motion sickness ! :awe:

Its a fair point im not even sure i could play mario without pushing the run button.
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cools wrote:
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And 99% of the time it doesn't matter which one you're using
yeah, don`t want that in an adventure game neither :problem:
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pubjoe wrote:
July 21st, 2020, 11:10 am
There is, it opens out to several islands but it’s quite a pleasant little peaceful experience all through. I liked the demo.

If Link’s awakening -fighting is a genre then this is in it.
dl'd the demo again and seem to be enjoying it more this attempt :) .....
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You know you want it :fastlove:
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Konami Arcade Classics Anniversary Collection is currently on sale on the e-shop for £3.99 (75% off)

I got it tonight. The emulation seems fine with the Gradius and Salamander games being the obvious reason to get it.

https://www.nintendo.co.uk/Games/Ninten ... 48600.html

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That game alone must have kept Treasure in business.
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Super Hydorah is currently on sale for £9.83 on the UK e-Shop (-45%).
It's well worth the money if you are a fan of the Gradius games.

https://www.nintendo.co.uk/Games/Ninten ... 70143.html
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Haha that is ace
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