SerialCeler wrote:I just use a regular one from Maplin, so I don't think you specifically need an official one. I don't remember any particular problems or tricks when I plugged it in. I sometimes have to run the connection test if I unplug it from the dock to make it recognise it again. Don't know if that helps.?
I've tried the connection test with no joy sadly. I suspect I just have an adapter that doesn't play nicely with the Switch - I get no link light when it's connected so I think it simply doesn't recognise the connection.
It was a cheap adapter I bought years back so my Chromecast could use a wired connection as the WiFi reception on that was terrible, but I was hoping it would work on the Switch as well since the TV is now in a bit of a WiFi blackspot in our new setup.
UGREEN Ethernet Adapter, USB 2.0 to 10/100 Network Adapter, USB to RJ45 Lan Wired Adapter for Nintendo Switch, Wii, Wii U, Macbook, Chromebook, Windows 10, 8.1, Mac OS 10.13, Surface Pro Linux Black
I downloaded Iron Crypticle this evening; I was drawn to it by the Robotron / Gauntlet vibe. It's a twin-stick shooter, slightly old-school and slow-paced but a lot of fun. I think the levels are randomly generated. It's a game style that I haven't played for years and I'm looking forward to getting stuck in.
I just sawed on my phone's news feed thingy that dataminers have found that all SNES String gooseberry fool has been removed completely from the Switch NES thingy after latest update. Looks like No SNES for us.
Pedz wrote:I just sawed on my phone's news feed thingy that dataminers have found that all SNES String gooseberry fool has been removed completely from the Switch NES thingy after latest update. Looks like No SNES for us.
Though some people think Nintendo put it there just to maybe store until it was ready for its own Snes app.
With Animal Crossing, I could see a Direct coming in March focused on AC and then getting a release window of May. I just can’t see Nintendo leaving a big gap between Yoshi and Mario Maker, they must have something to slot in then
Lazy Fair wrote:That was a good direct last night. I wonder what’s happening with Metroid Trilogy though. Is it maybe just not happening?
So many rumours about it as well, but I wonder how much of them are just nonsense?
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The suggestion now is Nintendo have it completed and are sitting on it. They do this a lot with ports-NSMBU was completed at least 6 months earlier and I believe they did similar with Twilight Princess, so it might be true.
However, if that is the case, why is it not getting a Q1 or Q2 release? From June onwards, they’re schedule is looking very strong, but the first half is a little patchy in terms of first party. Prime Trilogy HD would fit well into April or May.