Yeah, I'm not going to argue against the sales. The thing still sells like hot cakes laced with cocaine.
This is more what I mean. After the success of Animal Crossing - which I confess no interest in - it seems a little quiet in terms of games.I'm not sure it has any momentum right now. It's all about Sony and MS. Nintendo need Metroid Prime 4, BOTW 2 or a new main Super Mario title.
It did have Animal Crossing though, I'm sure that made their entire year and then some.
Fair enough, I was speaking exclusively about my own perception as a Switch player with regrettably very few games on his radar. From my point of view, it seems like Nintendo doesn't have a whole lot going on at the moment. I had no idea it was selling that much and I have to admit I'm a little puzzled by it. Good on them. I do wonder if the Series S will eat into their market though.
You're never finding that deal mate. Unless maybe second hand, but even then, chances are slim.Trying to pick up a coral switch lite and animal crossing for other half Xmas. Not seen a price that tickles me yet. Hoping to get both for £200. How likely is a cyber Monday deal for the console?
It's amazing.Anyone played Lonely Mountains? Noticed there was a discount on that in the store and figured it could be a decent portable title to tide me over until the ps5 arrives.
I tried the trial and was surprised at how well it runs. It feels kind of insane playing a game with ray tracing on the Switch.Control is also out, cloud only interestingly, as I guess the switch doesn't have the power to run it.
Trial available to try before you buy.
Like, it's fine and I can see why there was a glut of 10/10 reviews because its first few hours are utterly charming getting to know the world, but beyond that I'm struggling to think what I liked about it.What?!
Yeah it's amazing. Took 4-5 runs for it to fully click for me, I've since beat it (after 31 tries) but still can't put it down as it's fun to try different builds.I bought Hades on a whim after seeing the 93 on metacritic (I'm a massive metacritic sheep). Is it good? I've not played it yet.
You have to start back from the beginning yes but with each run you can collect new weapons, items etc. Also each run always feels unique because there are so many different weapons and power ups to collect. and sometimes the bosses are even different. And every time you die the story tends to progress a bit, it's continuous across all runs, it doesn't reset along with each run.I've played a bit of FTL and into the breach and liked it well enough. So it's a dungeon crawler where you get to try to escape, but if you die you have to restart from scratch?
Yes and no.I've played a bit of FTL and into the breach and liked it well enough. So it's a dungeon crawler where you get to try to escape, but if you die you have to restart from scratch?