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@PrpleTrtleBuBum: I dunno... in this case, I think it might be better to not have it.
@swiller: Yoku was great; I loved that game. For $10, it's a steal.
Yup- the importance of that can't be overstated. And maybe I'm just a naive old man, but given the architecture of the internet, I don't see how that limitation can be overcome. Controller input response time has to be as close to instantaneous as possible. Even the tiniest of delays ruins the whole thing. I just don't see how they can accomplish something like that.
@girlusocrazy: After a lot of play time, personally, I think the discrete directional buttons are preferable because it makes it much less likely that you'll accidentally hit the wrong thing (mainly, I'm talking about accidental presses of "up" which cause the blocks to drop instantly). Those separate directional buttons feel pretty good to me.
Now, Nintendo just needs to allow me to play my digital download purchases on any of my family's systems and I vow to buy one Switch per family member. Until then: nope.
"irrelevant humor" or "irreverent humor"?
Whoever is responsible for this needs a raise.
I can't fathom why they wouldn't have brought this to Switch; that's the only way I can see justifying a re-release. Regardless, being EA, I'd be skeptical that they haven't loaded this up with loot crates and pay-to-win nonsense.
One correction- the article states:
"What is the difference between an OLED and LCD screen? OLED screens feature individually backlit pixels, which allow them to reach deeper black levels than LCD equivalents."
OLED is not backlit in any way. Each pixel is self-lighted. It sounds like a minor distinction, but it's very important. It's the reason OLED screens can create pure, dark black (the pixels can turn themselves off completely). LED can't come close because it has to block the backlight, which is never total and always leaks some amount of light.
$20/year per system: great! $20/year per household member: I'll pass.
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