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Posted 1/11/18 , edited 1/12/18
The Mario Tennis game looks oddly enticing. Can't be worse than the Wii U one at least.

Nice to see Square hasn't forgotten about TWEWY either.
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Posted 1/11/18 , edited 1/12/18
I'm surprised to see that Switch is getting it's own versions of Payday 2 and Dark Souls. Might be fun to try.
Posted 1/13/18 , edited 1/13/18
Boku no hero Academia is coming
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Posted 1/13/18 , edited 1/13/18
Dark Souls. Portable Dark Souls. I'm sold on getting a Switch
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Posted 1/13/18 , edited 1/14/18
Damn all these ports are making me regret buying a Wii U. I'll probably pick up a Switch this year, all I have to do is update my modem-router security from TKIP since the Switch doesn't support it.
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Posted 1/17/18 , edited 1/17/18
So Nintendo dropped another Nintendoism, Labo, some kinda cardboard maker/creator system for the Switch.

https://labo.nintendo.com/what-is-nintendo-labo/

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Posted 1/17/18 , edited 1/17/18
Well, now we can say that Nintendo can slap their name on a cardboard box and Nintendo fans will eat it up.


globenstuff wrote:

Damn all these ports are making me regret buying a Wii U. I'll probably pick up a Switch this year, all I have to do is update my modem-router security from TKIP since the Switch doesn't support it.


You're looking at this the wrong way. You shouldn't be made to regret purchasing the Wii U. It's Nintendo's fault all of the way. They don't deserve your money for the Switch if they're just going to continue to make it a Wii U-port machine.
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Posted 1/17/18 , edited 1/18/18
The Switch is now compatible with DiY cardboard machines. Arlo was right, these Nintendo guys really are the kings of left field.
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Posted 1/18/18 , edited 1/19/18
The only concern I have about the cardboard is their durability when played with by kids like my niece. She's pretty rough on things and i just don't see cardboard lasting long with her.
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Posted 1/19/18 , edited 1/19/18

Immerael wrote:

The only concern I have about the cardboard is their durability when played with by kids like my niece. She's pretty rough on things and i just don't see cardboard lasting long with her.


Nintendo are going to sell just the cardboard sheets for a reduced price, and also provide templates for the sheets for downloading for free. So if any of the cardboard items gets damaged beyond repair it should be possible to replace them without having to buy the complete box set again.
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Posted 1/19/18 , edited 1/19/18
I just want some info on the Fire Emblem Switch game!
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Posted 3/17/18 , edited 3/17/18
The Nintendo Direct last week was pretty lit. I'm really looking forward to playing the new Smash game and Octopath Traveler on Switch once they drop.
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Posted 3/19/18 , edited 3/19/18
Can't wait for some more premium games that are not simplistic 2 hour indies. That new Sushi game looked fun.
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Posted 3/22/18 , edited 3/22/18
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Posted 6/11/18 , edited 6/11/18
I'm trying to surprise my wife with a great game as a gift.

She only owns Mario Kart so far - any can't-miss games I should consider?
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