Just finished Mario + Rabbids, nearly 100% on everything. Picked up Sine Mora Ex for an absolute steal, but I kinda suck at it right now. Also dipping back in to BOTW, trying to finish trial of the sword.
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An absolute must, is also a tempered glass screen protector.
In light of the ever increasing Microsoft/Nintendo collabs' maybe it's the Rare replay collection. Or, Goldeneye HD remaster.
But, if I had to place money on it, i'd say the Metroid Prime collection was the announcement.
All great points here, opening up the discussion. I thought most would be based around performance, aesthetics, 1st party exclusives etc. I guess for me, it's more on lifestyle at the moment. Having two kids under 3 means I would have to utilize the portability for pick up/ put down gaming, if I ever get the chance until they're asleep.
Had a Switch since day one, and I really enjoy all aspects of it (I'm still not convinced about online though). My question is - to those who have other platforms, PS4, Xbox etc...why do you choose the Switch when buying a multiplat game? I also own an XB1 S but still choose multi plat games on my Switch. Is portability your main reason?
I've had my Switch since launch, and I love it. I've never owned a DS but I'm getting quite intrigued by the extensive library of games it has. Do any of you have both? Does your DS get much play time? Is it worth buying this late into it's life cycle (assuming production does continue for a few more years)?
If I buy one I'd probably get a 2DS XL. Let me know your thoughts, those that are interested.
Virtual console as it's currently known, isn't coming to the Switch. Reggie is quite good at misdirection. I think they will be re-branding it as something else, perhaps the online service/rental however you want to label it. In time individual titles will surely be able to be purchased. And yes, Nintendo has been unacceptably slow at rolling this out.