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by still » Fri Jan 12, 2018 7:22 am

ITSMILNER wrote:Another Direct could be coming sooner than we think

- The Japanese Nintendo Direct page has a blank space even after the Mini yesterday, this usually indicates a Direct is on the way

- History shows that, after a ND Mini, a full Direct usually follows up to 20 days later

Could we see a bigger Direct by the end of the month showing more and this Mini was just a teaser to get some of the smaller, port releases announced?


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You know, I've just been on VGChartz and half the forum posts there are about when will we get the next, proper, direct! The hype was sated for what, a day, and now fans are onto the next one!

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by Rex Kramer » Fri Jan 12, 2018 8:13 am

Quick question - has Splatoon 2 ever been discounted on the eShop? Tempted to pick it up via CDkeys at around £42.50 but I'd consider waiting if it's regularly reduced in sales.

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by Ad7 » Fri Jan 12, 2018 8:36 am

ITSMILNER wrote:Another Direct could be coming sooner than we think

- The Japanese Nintendo Direct page has a blank space even after the Mini yesterday, this usually indicates a Direct is on the way

- History shows that, after a ND Mini, a full Direct usually follows up to 20 days later

Could we see a bigger Direct by the end of the month showing more and this Mini was just a teaser to get some of the smaller, port releases announced?


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:o Hopefully more ports!

This is great news for all those peoplewho didn't get to play these great games on the Wii u. Now they get a second life on switch and hopefully there is more chance of a sequel if enough people buy them at £49.99

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by Rax » Fri Jan 12, 2018 8:46 am

The hype train never stops. :datass:

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by OrangeRKN » Fri Jan 12, 2018 8:46 am

Green Gecko wrote:At first with that first fight in the JP trailer I was thinking, that cat bikini is ridiculous, then the ENTIRE TRAILER has them in bikinis.

And I realised that Nintendo have avoided showing anyone being shot at all in the PayDay 2 segment, to the extent that there is a part where some guy is firing a semi auto weapon into air for no reason.

Nintendo makes no sense.


Is this not them just avoiding age restrictions on the direct? So they don't have to open with an 18 warning

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by Rax » Fri Jan 12, 2018 8:57 am

OrangeRakoon wrote:
Green Gecko wrote:At first with that first fight in the JP trailer I was thinking, that cat bikini is ridiculous, then the ENTIRE TRAILER has them in bikinis.

And I realised that Nintendo have avoided showing anyone being shot at all in the PayDay 2 segment, to the extent that there is a part where some guy is firing a semi auto weapon into air for no reason.

Nintendo makes no sense.


Is this not them just avoiding age restrictions on the direct? So they don't have to open with an 18 warning

Nintendo are like Lego, guns and violence are terrible and we dont want anything to do with them. Apart from these 5 exceptions that make us huge amounts of cash and we are totally happy with.

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by Photek » Fri Jan 12, 2018 9:20 am

Played Resident Evil Revelations 2 on train yesterday on way home and literally jumped in my seat after a scare. :fp:

The scariest thing about it though is the load times. :dread:

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by deathofcows » Fri Jan 12, 2018 11:20 am

I love my Switch!

Just finished Gorogoa - short but beautiful and delicate and surprising. And unlike a lot of games I much prefer it in portable mode, as it's more tactile and it suits the theme better.

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by still » Fri Jan 12, 2018 12:27 pm

deathofcows wrote:I love my Switch!

Just finished Gorogoa - short but beautiful and delicate and surprising. And unlike a lot of games I much prefer it in portable mode, as it's more tactile and it suits the theme better.


Started playing this over Christmas but got 'stuck' on the falling ball puzzle. I actually know what to do it's just moving everything around in the correct order in the time required.... Must get back on it.

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by The Watching Artist » Fri Jan 12, 2018 12:38 pm

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Cool. Cheers. I shall keep an eye on it.

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by deathofcows » Fri Jan 12, 2018 1:16 pm

still wrote:
deathofcows wrote:I love my Switch!

Just finished Gorogoa - short but beautiful and delicate and surprising. And unlike a lot of games I much prefer it in portable mode, as it's more tactile and it suits the theme better.


Started playing this over Christmas but got 'stuck' on the falling ball puzzle. I actually know what to do it's just moving everything around in the correct order in the time required.... Must get back on it.


It's worth it, though that ball puzzle might be a highlight. If you were playing in docked mode definitely try portable as it's so much easier to execute things compared to the more cumbersome control pad scheme :)

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by still » Fri Jan 12, 2018 1:24 pm

deathofcows wrote:
still wrote:
deathofcows wrote:I love my Switch!

Just finished Gorogoa - short but beautiful and delicate and surprising. And unlike a lot of games I much prefer it in portable mode, as it's more tactile and it suits the theme better.


Started playing this over Christmas but got 'stuck' on the falling ball puzzle. I actually know what to do it's just moving everything around in the correct order in the time required.... Must get back on it.


It's worth it, though that ball puzzle might be a highlight. If you were playing in docked mode definitely try portable as it's so much easier to execute things compared to the more cumbersome control pad scheme :)


Cheers DOC. Will try in portable - makes sense what you are saying. Is that the hardest puzzle then?

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by deathofcows » Fri Jan 12, 2018 4:26 pm

still wrote:
deathofcows wrote:
still wrote:
deathofcows wrote:I love my Switch!

Just finished Gorogoa - short but beautiful and delicate and surprising. And unlike a lot of games I much prefer it in portable mode, as it's more tactile and it suits the theme better.


Started playing this over Christmas but got 'stuck' on the falling ball puzzle. I actually know what to do it's just moving everything around in the correct order in the time required.... Must get back on it.


It's worth it, though that ball puzzle might be a highlight. If you were playing in docked mode definitely try portable as it's so much easier to execute things compared to the more cumbersome control pad scheme :)


Cheers DOC. Will try in portable - makes sense what you are saying. Is that the hardest puzzle then?


In general may well be, though not the one I personally was stumped longest on (Top Tip: If in doubt, try moving the pictures available). But it Is one of the few realtime ones, and the most elaborate of those. But in terms of general puzzles there's a couple of beauts after I reckon.

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by still » Fri Jan 12, 2018 4:57 pm

deathofcows wrote:
still wrote:
deathofcows wrote:
still wrote:
deathofcows wrote:I love my Switch!

Just finished Gorogoa - short but beautiful and delicate and surprising. And unlike a lot of games I much prefer it in portable mode, as it's more tactile and it suits the theme better.


Started playing this over Christmas but got 'stuck' on the falling ball puzzle. I actually know what to do it's just moving everything around in the correct order in the time required.... Must get back on it.


It's worth it, though that ball puzzle might be a highlight. If you were playing in docked mode definitely try portable as it's so much easier to execute things compared to the more cumbersome control pad scheme :)


Cheers DOC. Will try in portable - makes sense what you are saying. Is that the hardest puzzle then?


In general may well be, though not the one I personally was stumped longest on (Top Tip: If in doubt, try moving the pictures available). But it Is one of the few realtime ones, and the most elaborate of those. But in terms of general puzzles there's a couple of beauts after I reckon.



Cheers. We are out tonight but sometime over the weekend I'll get back into it.

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by Rubix » Fri Jan 12, 2018 5:21 pm

Nick, can you create a new TWEWY topic again

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by Mafro » Fri Jan 12, 2018 5:22 pm

Is Hyrule Warriors 60fps?

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PostRe: Nintendo Switch Chat thread | Play anytime, anywhere with anyone
by rinks » Fri Jan 12, 2018 8:26 pm

I just want Pikmin.

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by Tomous » Fri Jan 12, 2018 8:27 pm

rinks wrote:I just want Pikmin.


Pikmin is a funny one. They’ve mentioned that it’s in development a couple of times without officially revealing it.

I think it’s coming this year though.

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by rinks » Fri Jan 12, 2018 8:32 pm

Tomous wrote:
rinks wrote:I just want Pikmin.


Pikmin is a funny one. They’ve mentioned that it’s in development a couple of times without officially revealing it.

I think it’s coming this year though.

I'm really hoping for a Switch version of 3, before they release 4.

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by The Watching Artist » Fri Jan 12, 2018 9:32 pm

Mafrozen wrote:Is Hyrule Warriors 60fps?

Possibly. But I'm sure Hyrule Warriors: Definitive Edition Remastered will be.

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