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#1 Posted by TheMadGamer (8659 posts) -

@sakaixx: Yeah, you would have been better off with Mario Odyssey or Zelda as a first game for the Switch.

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#2 Posted by TheMadGamer (8659 posts) -

80 hours? That seems like a lot of hours to play on a game you don’t like.

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#3 Posted by TheMadGamer (8659 posts) -

@npiet1: If this is fake whoever did it, did a great job. Especially that Animal Crossing logo. Looks very real.

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#4 Posted by TheMadGamer (8659 posts) -

@sakaixx: Perhaps a secret deal?

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#5 Posted by TheMadGamer (8659 posts) -

This is going to be an incredible E3 for Nintendo if this is true

https://mobile.twitter.com/shadowtoon4/status/1136384935986704385

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#6 Edited by TheMadGamer (8659 posts) -

If this is true, this could easily be Nintendo’s best E3 ever.

https://mobile.twitter.com/shadowtoon4/status/1136384935986704385

Plus I’m very intrigued by Animal Crossing Metro Mania

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#7 Posted by TheMadGamer (8659 posts) -

You could literally play this game for many years and not uncover all of it’s possibilites. Day 1 buy from me and I would like to get the voucher deal and use the other for Animal Crossing.

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#8 Posted by TheMadGamer (8659 posts) -

Sony has many reasons to be scared if Microsoft and Nintendo make an alliance. Great for gamers though!

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#9 Edited by TheMadGamer (8659 posts) -

I can't believe no one has said Midtown Madness 3 yet, one of the greatest online multiplayer racers of all time.

What other game could you race firetrucks?

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#10 Edited by TheMadGamer (8659 posts) -

Now your probably wondering (if you don't already know) ASMR stands for Autonomous Sensory Meridian Response.

You can read more about on Wikipedia:

https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Autonomous_sensory_meridian_response

It's basically a brain orgasm, which is awesome in itself. I use to experience it a lot in my childhood but not so much anymore. A good way to trigger is by watching Bob Ross in Joy of Painting or other ASMR videos on YouTube. But it doesn't work on everyone, so consider yourself lucky if it does.

Have any of you guys experienced it?