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Joedev

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Apr 24, 2018
201
For people jumping back into Dead Cells (I did as well, beat it for the first time), there is a free dlc you can download from the eShop that I think adds a new area and maybe some other stuff. Not sure why they didn't just make it an update if it was going to be free, but just a heads up for those that might have missed it.
 

Lite_Agent

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Oct 26, 2017
3,546
Somewhere. I think.
NA:

  • Nintendo eShop on Nintendo Switch
    • SNACK WORLD: THE DUNGEON CRAWL – GOLD – Let the dungeon crawl begin! After your village is invaded, become a heroic adventurer and seek revenge against the villainous Sultan Vinegar. In this RPG, crawl through randomly generated dungeons in your search for rare treasure, and team up with up to three other players in local* or online** multiplayer to take down tenacious tyrants. SNACK WORLD: THE DUNGEON CRAWL – GOLD will be available on Feb. 14.
  • Nintendo Mobile
    • Show Off Your Maneuvers on the Streets of Vancouver – Take to the streets of Vancity! The limited-time event, Vancouver Tour, has begun in the Mario Kart Tour game***. During this two-week tour through the Great White North, you’ll get to vie for victory on the new track, Vancouver Velocity. For the first week, Rosalina currently shines in the spotlight with her Comet Tail kart and Luma Parafoil glider combo. Her Ice Flower is just the cool tool you’ll need to freeze your competition in their tracks. . During this two-week tour through the Great White North, you’ll get to vie for victory on the new track, Vancouver Velocity. For the first week, Rosalina currently shines in the spotlight with her Comet Tail kart and Luma Parafoil glider combo. Her Ice Flower is just the cool tool you’ll need to freeze your competition in their tracks. The included Tour gift this time is Morton Koopa Jr., the “star” of the seven siblings. Gold Pass subscribers who earn enough Grand Stars will also receive the Snow Skimmer kart as a Tour gift. The Vancouver Tour event runs until 9:59 p.m. PT on Feb. 25.

Nintendo eShop sales:

Also new this week in Nintendo eShop on Nintendo Switch:

 

Rhaknar

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Oct 26, 2017
18,510
looking at my wishlist:

Children of Morta is 31% off
Ori is 30% off
disgaea 4 is 30% off
the alliance Alive is 30% off
Travis Strikes Again is FINALLY 50% off
Daemon X Machina is 33% off

still no Salt and Sanctuary sale lol
 

Gong

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Oct 25, 2017
191
I thought the day would never happen, but Hyrule Warriors Definitive Edition is on sale :o


Hell does freeze over it seems.
 
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tolkir

tolkir

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Oct 25, 2017
2,899
European Switch sales (Incomplete)

ABZÛ (505 Games) - 30% - €13.99/£10.49 (was €19.99/£14.99) - From 13/02 until 01/03
BLAZBLUE CENTRALFICTION Special Edition (Pqube) - 30% - €20.99/£18.36 (was €29.99/£26.24) - From 13/02 until 01/03
BLAZBLUE CROSS TAG BATTLE (Pqube) - 30% - €20.99/£17.49 (was €29.99/£24.99) - From 13/02 until 01/03
Brothers: A Tale of Two Sons (505 Games) - 30% - €10.49/£6.99 (was €14.99/£9.99) - From 13/02 until 01/03
Darkest Dungeon (Red Hook Studios) - 40% - €13.19/£10.79 (was €21.99/£17.99) - From 11/02 until 18/02
Dead Cells: The Bad Seed Bundle (Motion Twin) - 17% - €22.40/£20.32 (was €26.99/£24.49) - From 11/02 until 18/02
Diablo III: Eternal Collection (Blizzard) - 30% - €41.99/£34.99 (was €59.99/£49.99) - From 13/02 until 01/03
Fire Emblem: Three Houses (Nintendo) - 33% - €40.19/£33.49 (was €59.99/£49.99) - From 13/02 until 01/03
Iconoclasts (Bifrost Ent.) - 50% - €9.99/£8.99 (was €19.99/£17.99) - From 13/02 until 01/03
LEGO CITY Undercover (WB Games) - 70% - €17.99/£14.99 (was €59.99/£49.99) - From 13/02 until 01/03
Mortal Kombat 11 (WB Games) - 60% - €27.99/£21.99 (was €69.99/£54.99) - From 13/02 until 01/03
NBA 2K20 (Take-Two Interactive) - 50% - €29.99/£24.99 (was €59.99/£49.99) - From 13/02 until 01/03
Neo Cab (Fellow Traveller) - 25% - €14.99/£13.49 (was €19.99/£17.99) - From 10/02 until 16/02
Ori and the Blind Forest: Definitive Edition (Microsoft Studios) - 30% - €13.99/£10.49 (was €19.99/£14.99) - From 13/02 until 01/03
Outlast 2 (Red Barrels) - 75% - €7.49/£6.74 (was €29.99/£26.99) - From 13/02 until 17/02
Outlast: Bundle of Terror (Red Barrels) - 75% - €6.24/£4.99 (was €24.99/£19.99) - From 13/02 until 17/02
Overwatch: Legendary Edition (Blizzard Entertainment) - 30% - €27.99/£25.19 (was €39.99/£35.99) - From 13/02 until 01/03
Sid Meier’s Civilization VI (2K) - 50% - €24.99/£22.49 (was €49.99/£44.99) - From 13/02 until 01/03
Slime-san (Headup Games) - 60% - €4.79/£4.00 (was €11.99/£10.00) - From 13/02 until 01/03
Songbird Symphony (Pqube) - 30% - €10.49/£9.79 (was €14.99/£13.99) - From 13/02 until 01/03
Sonic Mania (SEGA) - 30% - €13.99/£11.19 (was €19.99/£15.99) - From 13/02 until 19/02
Super Mario Maker 2 (Nintendo) - 33% - €40.19/£33.49 (was €59.99/£49.99) - From 13/02 until 01/03
Super Mario Odyssey (Nintendo) - 33% - €40.19/£33.49 (was €59.99/£49.99) - From 13/02 until 01/03
Team Sonic Racing (SEGA EUR) - 30% - €27.99/£24.49 (was €39.99/£34.99) - From 13/02 until 02/03
The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim (Bethesda Softworks) - 50% - €29.99/£24.99 (was €59.99/£49.99) - From 13/02 until 01/03
The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt — Complete Edition (CD PROJEKT) - 30% - €41.99/£34.99 (was €59.99/£49.99) - From 13/02 until 01/03
This War of Mine: Complete Edition (11 bit studios) - 63% - €14.79/£13.31 (was €39.99/£35.99) - From 13/02 until 01/03
Trine 4: The Nightmare Prince (Modus Games) - 35% - €22.74/£19.49 (was €34.99/£29.99) - From 13/02 until 20/02
Trine: Ultimate Collection (Modus Games) - 40% - €29.99/£23.99 (was €49.99/£39.99) - From 13/02 until 20/02
Unravel Two (Electronic Arts) - 75% - €7.49/£6.24 (was €29.99/£24.99) - From 13/02 until 01/03
Wandersong (Humble Bundle) - 50% - €9.99/£8.99 (was €19.99/£17.99) - From 13/02 until 01/03
Wizard of Legend (Humble Bundle) - 40% - €9.59/£8.39 (was €15.99/£13.99) - From 13/02 until 01/03
Worms W.M.D (Team17) - 66% - €10.19/£6.79 (was €29.99/£19.99) - From 13/02 until 01/03
Xenoblade Chronicles 2 (Nintendo) - 33% - €40.19/£33.49 (was €59.99/£49.99) - From 13/02 until 01/03

Full list with Aus prices (Vooks)
 

No Depth

Member
Oct 27, 2017
9,557
What can you guys tell me about Assassins Creed III?

I've watched a few reviews. I know it's not exactly the best in the series and I know there are performance issues (from what I've seen, I'm fine with that).

Black Flag is the only AC game I've played. Gameplay was fun (as I'm a sucker for collecting stuff in games), but I'm not really interested in pirates, so... yeah, it was ok. I know ACIII is about the American Revolution, which sounds more interesting to me. As a Brazilian guy who would like to know more about the American Revolution, is the game worth it? I mean, as some kind of history lesson? Are there profiles you can read about historical figures or real events recreated in the game?

Also, I assume there's lots of stuff to collect, right?
ACIII is a pretty huge game with a lot to see and do. It suffers a bit from sluggish pacing as it spends a lot of time upfront on the exposition over giving you access to the game. Once it does get going, the game will feel familiar in many ways to Black Flag, similar feel and mechanics. But it will take several hours before you can start running around the map and slicing throats. Many hated that apparently.

Plenty to learn about the revolution, though through the lens of Assassins Creed. Many major historical figures you cross paths with, but the focus is on the war between the Templars and Assassins, and how the game retrofits history to fit that personal vendetta...which can be both obnoxious and interesting at times. So you will get some surface level understanding of the period and the major players and events. The codex does provide better insight into the history though, plenty to read in game on the people and events.

Connor, the main hero, lacks the personality of the hero in Black Flag. He is laser focused on his mission and isn't very magnetic, another popular complaint. The game also kind of wraps the modern story that began in AC1. Probably the largest complaint of AC3 is how it handles it. If you haven’t played AC1 and the 2 trilogy, I’m not sure how much you’ll actually get out of that side plot. But the core Connor story is self contained.
 
Dec 2, 2019
193
Slightly interested in Iconoclasts. Any recommendations?

And buy Slime-san y'all, the OST alone is worth the price of admission. The game is lovely, too.
 

DKoops

Member
Oct 26, 2017
125
The Netherlands
European downloads for February 13, 2020

Nintendo eShop (Switch)

Food Truck Tycoon + Expansion Pack (Baltoro Games) - €5.99 (€2.39 until March 9)
Includes:
- Food Truck Tycoon
- Food Truck Tycoon Expansion Pack

Top Run (Fantastico Studio) - €4.99/£4.49
Play as Kevin and his dog Buddy and make your way through the neon city full of dangerous enemies.

Help Me Doctor (Ultimate Games) - €7.99/£7.19 (€6.79/£6.11 until February 18)
We present "Help me, doctor", the game in which the player takes a role of a doctor. His job is to diagnose patients and this is not as easy as it might seem. First of all, our doctor must always be careful with the documentation, signatures etc. Throughout the game he is carefully monitored by the crooked Ministry of Health.

When there is a patient in front of our desk, he mentions three symptoms of the many diseases. Rubber teeth, nicely smelling farts, soap bubbles coming out of nose? The player is put with the task to associate these symptoms to a particular disease. Do you bet on quality? Carefully looking at each patient, or the quantity, to earn as much cash as you can. Oh... and here we have come to the point.

Dead Cells: The Bad Seed Bundle (Motion Twin) - €26.99 (€21.99 until February 18)
Includes:
- Dead Cells
- The Bad Seed DLC
- Rise of the Giant DLC

Tilt Pack (Super.com) - €14.99/£12.50
You have arrived just in time for the yearly Tilt Tournament! That means it is time to pick your fighter and dive head-first into action-packed battles on a quest to become the Ultimate Champion.

Being a rectangle has never been that much fun before! Prove your worth by being the last Tilt standing on the interactive arena that is constantly on the move. Push your opponents to their inevitable defeat using a combination of skill, precise movement, and various power-ups, and secure that sweet victory royale!

Cosmonauta (QUByte Interactive) - €0.99/£0.89
During a space expedition, our hero experiences issues with the navigation systems on his ship and now needs to face the dangers of the unknown to find his way back home.

Pokémon HOME (Nintendo)
Pokémon HOME is a cloud service for Nintendo Switch and compatible mobile devices designed as a place where all Pokémon can gather. By linking the same Nintendo Account to both the Nintendo Switch version and mobile version of Pokémon HOME, you’ll be able to access the same Pokémon Boxes on both versions!

With Pokémon HOME, you can move Pokémon between compatible games, trade Pokémon on the go, and more!

Rise of Insanity (Pineapple Works) - €9.99/£8.99 (€8.99/£8.09 until April 1)
Set in America in the 1970s, the story centers around Dr. Stephen Dowell, a renowned psychologist faced with a difficult patient who shows distinct yet contradictory symptoms of different mental disorders. The life of the doctor himself is also shrouded in mystery – you must step into his shoes to find out the truth.

What terrible fate has befallen your wife and child? Is your new patient, on whom you are testing your experimental treatment methods, somewhat responsible for what happened? Who is to blame? Don’t lose your nerve and overcome your fear.

Goblin Sword (Gelato Games) - €4.99/£4.49 (€2.99/£2.69 until March 3)
Goblin Sword is a retro-inspired action platformer with light RPG elements. The game features 89 levels, 13 bosses, 30 different weapons and a slew of other features.

Go All Out! (Forever Entertainment) - €12.99/£11.69
When you're fighting, be sure to Go All Out! Be the last man standing in this intense and action packed platform fighter. Unique characters, tons of unlockables like skins, equipments and win poses. Different tactics, skills and ways of fighting.

Arcade Archives Sasuke VS Commander (HAMSTER) - €6.99/£6.29
'SASUKE VS COMMANDER' is a shooting game released by SNK in 1980. Become the ninja Sasuke and take down enemy ninjas who are after the shogun's life. Ninja bosses attack with various ninjutsu, so calmly assess their patterns and strike back!

Super Loop Drive (Run-Down Games) - €3.99/£3.59
Play tracks with easy and hard difficulty options, unique environments and iconic cars from the '70s. Adjust your speed as you accelerate and brake at the right moments to avoid crashing into another vehicle. Earn more coins with every loop, unlock cars, expand your collection and see what suits you best.

Glass Masquerade 2: Illusions (Digerati) - €11.99/£10.79
Glass Masquerade 2: Illusions is a dreamlike collection of artistic jigsaw puzzles to piece together at your own relaxed pace. Dive into the rabbit hole of the abstract and the fantastical, putting together stained-glass fragments to solve dreams and riddles. Enjoy baroque depictions of 20th century imagination, in puzzles more intricate and complex than the original.

Florence (Annapurna Interactive) - €5.49/£4.99
At 25, Florence Yeoh feels a little stuck. Her life is an endless routine of work, sleep, and spending too much time on social media. Then one day, she meets a cello player named Krish who changes everything about how she sees the world.

Experience every beat of Florence and Krish’s relationship through a series of bespoke gameplay vignettes – from flirting to fighting, from helping each other grow to growing apart. Drawing inspiration from ‘slice of life’ graphic novels and webcomics, Florence is intimate, raw and personal.

Reed Remastered (Ratalaika Games, available February 14) - €4.99/£4.99
Long ago in a beautiful and mysterious world an old supercomputer created the digital world that is now breaking down. In a final effort to stop the impending end of the virtual space, a small creature named Reed was created to save the world.

Help Reed collect information cubes in order to recalibrate the world and reboot the system. Avoid enemies and traps along the way to successfully move onto the next world!

Speedway Racing (SuperPowerUpGames, available February 14) - €9.99/£8.99
In Speedway Racing, you will enjoy the fastest, most spectacular races at over 350 Km/h, avoiding multiple collisions against 20 rivals. There are several modes available, including Championship, Arcade and 4-player multiplayer. There is also an online leader board where you can compare your best times with those of your friends and players from around the world.

Speed Dating for Ghosts (Laundry Bear Games, available February 14) - €6.66/£5.89
Have you ever wanted to have deep, meaningful conversations with a smoldering poltergeist who terrorizes rich men in Vegas? How about a ghost dog looking for his owner? Or maybe you'd rather rob a bank?

Ghosts are into all sorts of things.

Part horror, part comedy, and kinda sorta heartbreaking, Speed Dating for Ghosts is a game like no other about finding companionship and closure in the afterlife. Meet more than a dozen ghosts of oh so many backgrounds, genders, and time periods. Learn how they died, as well as how they lived, then help them find peace... if they like you enough to open up first.

The Incredible Adventures of Super Panda (Ultimate Games, available February 14) - €6.99/£6.29
At the verge of decay, Super Panda’s forest needs rescue. Strange monsters have started to appear and bring ruin to the lands. Lead by a series of mysterious signposts that appeared throughout the land. It’s up to Super Panda to save the beloved forest.

A dark and unfolding story that is up to you to resolve.

"The Incredible Adventures of Super Panda" was inspired by the platformer games of the 80s and lovingly crafted for your entertainment. It's pure game, packed with excitement to keep you playing again and again.

Kitty Maestro (Tackorama, available February 14) - €5.50/£5.00
You play as a cat-composer travelling around the city of Petropolis looking for inspiration. You collect and construct riffs of music to complete an Oh-Puss that will be performed at the magnificent Meowditorium.

Petropolis has many locations typical of a capital city - a rich, vibrant culture to draw from. The Cat-Nav is used to find and travel to inspirational areas of the city to build your musical composition.

Inspired by classic video games and Game & Watch LCD games, Kitty Maestro features randomly generated, accurate music as part of a meowtastic monochromatic arcade game set in a city of cats.

Darksiders Genesis (THQ Nordic, available February 14) - €39.99/£34.99
DARKSIDERS GENESIS is an action/adventure that tears its way through Hell and back with guns blazing and swords swinging. Genesis gives players their first look at the world of DARKSIDERS before the events of the original game.

Furthermore, it introduces the fourth and last horseman STRIFE, as well as Co-op gameplay for the first time in the history of the franchise.

SNACK WORLD: THE DUNGEON CRAWL – GOLD (LEVEL-5, available February 14) - €49.99/£39.99
Get ready for a dungeon-crawling adventure with some real bite! Go solo or join forces with up to three friends, either locally or online, and save the world from being swallowed whole in SNACK WORLD: THE DUNGEON CRAWL – GOLD for Nintendo Switch!

Found unconscious at the gates of Tutti-Frutti with no memory of who you are, things aren’t great for you right now. Still, it could be worse – an evil sultan could be resurrecting a mighty deodragon to eat the entire kingdom! Oh, wait a minute…

Under orders from King Papaya and his daughter, the demanding Princess Melonia, it’s up to you and the other heroes of Tutti-Frutti to save the day. Only oodles of dangerous dungeons and mountains of menacing monsters stand in your way. How hard could it be?!


Downloadable content

Farm Together: Season 3 Bundle (Milkstone Studios) - €9.99/£8.99
Includes:
- Oxygen Pack
- Paella Pack
- Celery Pack
- Oregano Pack

Dead Cells: The Bad Seed (Motion Twin) - €4.99/£4.49
Explore a relaxing Arboretum, wade through a noxious Swap and take on a new boss in this new early game content designed to expand the Dead Cells universe and adds variety to runs for people who want to support the development of the game.

The Legend of Dark Switch: Add Day Stage (Inside System) - €1.89/£1.69
You can play the Day stage. It is a very difficult stage, so it is recommended to play after all stages have been completed.

Pic-a-Pix Pieces: 20x20 Pieces Pack 13 (Lightwood Games) - €2.99/£2.99
Another 48 puzzle grids to solve at 20x20, which will form two more spectacular pictures.

Pic-a-Pix Pieces: 15x15 Pieces Pack 13 (Lightwood Games) - €2.99/£2.99
Another 48 puzzle grids to solve at 15x15, which will form two more spectacular pictures.

Taiko no Tatsujin: Drum'n'Fun! - WEATHERING WITH YOU Anime Songs Pack (Bandai Namco Entertainment) - €2.99/£2.49
Includes:
- Is There Still Anything That Love Can Do?
- Grand Escape
- Voice Of Wind

Taiko no Tatsujin: Drum'n'Fun! - Vocaloid Music Pack Vol. 4 (Bandai Namco Entertainment) - €4.99/£3.99
Includes:
- Buriki no Dance
- 1,2,Fanclub
- Streaming Heart
- KARAMARI NO HANA
- EDY -Electrical Dancing Yoga-

WARRIORS OROCHI 4: Deluxe Edition Bonuses (KOEI TECMO EUROPE, available February 14)
WARRIORS OROCHI 4: Legendary Costumes OROCHI Pack 4 (KOEI TECMO EUROPE, available February 14) - €1.49/£1.19
WARRIORS OROCHI 4: Legendary Weapons OROCHI Pack 4 (KOEI TECMO EUROPE, available February 14) - €0.99/£0.79
WARRIORS OROCHI 4: Sacred Treasure `Garm` (KOEI TECMO EUROPE, available February 14) - €0.99/£0.79
WARRIORS OROCHI 4: Sacred Treasure `World Tree Bident` (KOEI TECMO EUROPE, available February 14) - €0.99/£0.79
WARRIORS OROCHI 4: Series BGM Pack (KOEI TECMO EUROPE, available February 14) - €4.49/£3.69
WARRIORS OROCHI 4: Special Costume for Hades (KOEI TECMO EUROPE, available February 14) - €1.99/£1.69
WARRIORS OROCHI 4: Special Costume for Yang Jian (KOEI TECMO EUROPE, available February 14) - €1.99/£1.69
 

bytesized

Member
Oct 27, 2017
2,112
Amsterdam
The giant bomb discussion made me somewhat interested in mortal kombat but I guess playing on switch might not be that nice compared to the other consoles due to joycons, framerates etc

Anybody here happy or regretful about their MK purchase?
 

OrakioRob

Member
Oct 25, 2017
1,851
Rio de Janeiro, Brazil
ACIII is a pretty huge game with a lot to see and do. It suffers a bit from sluggish pacing as it spends a lot of time upfront on the exposition over giving you access to the game. Once it does get going, the game will feel familiar in many ways to Black Flag, similar feel and mechanics. But it will take several hours before you can start running around the map and slicing throats. Many hated that apparently.

Plenty to learn about the revolution, though through the lens of Assassins Creed. Many major historical figures you cross paths with, but the focus is on the war between the Templars and Assassins, and how the game retrofits history to fit that personal vendetta...which can be both obnoxious and interesting at times. So you will get some surface level understanding of the period and the major players and events. The codex does provide better insight into the history though, plenty to read in game on the people and events.

Connor, the main hero, lacks the personality of the hero in Black Flag. He is laser focused on his mission and isn't very magnetic, another popular complaint. The game also kind of wraps the modern story that began in AC1. Probably the largest complaint of AC3 is how it handles it. If you haven’t played AC1 and the 2 trilogy, I’m not sure how much you’ll actually get out of that side plot. But the core Connor story is self contained.
Thanks for the detailed feedback! Guess I'll give it a try.
 
Dec 2, 2019
193
Ok, is NoE sending a different press release to some outlets? I just checked past two PR, and they make the NA PR look exhaustive in comparison. What on earth happened? There's so much stuff missing, it's a complete joke : /

It's not even about sales only, they only have highlight releases anymore -___-
Yeah, they completely fucked it up all of a sudden.

Nintendo, removing features since 1990.
 

Rhaknar

Member
Oct 26, 2017
18,510
Travis, Children of Morta and Lovecraft Untold Stories (which I wanted to pick up last time) for me. Gimme dem roguelites.
 

DarkJedi187

Member
Oct 25, 2017
357
OH
For people jumping back into Dead Cells (I did as well, beat it for the first time), there is a free dlc you can download from the eShop that I think adds a new area and maybe some other stuff. Not sure why they didn't just make it an update if it was going to be free, but just a heads up for those that might have missed it.
I found that out yesterday, I thought it was just an update too.
 

Disclaimer

Member
Oct 25, 2017
7,403
Will I like Y’s if I enjoy Xenoblade 2? Can I play with japanese voices and english text?
Well, you'll have a tolerance for poor performance and objectifying character designs, which are both games' achilles heels.

The combat systems are incomparable, though, even if both are real time. Ys is very fast-paced action with timed dodges and parries, while XB2 was slower and more methodical.
(Consequently, Ys' poor performance more heavily affect its combat. Even when it's stable—which it usually is, there are just areas that tank—the halved FPS relative to other systems makes it more difficult to execute parries.)

I enjoyed both a lot. If you're able to play Ys VIII on a more powerful system, I would recommend that though. The Switch version is not a fantastic port. It's not pretty, FPS is halved and chugs hard in certain segments, and there's a bizarre dynamic resolution bug that makes the background constantly refocus in every single conversation.

Don't remember about JP voices. Sorry.
 

Youabra

Member
Oct 27, 2017
451
Lanzarote, Spain
Damn it. I was hoping Heart & Slash would go on sale but nope. In fact, some of the games I was expecting to see on sale are just there without a discount, casually laughing at me.

I did saw that Penny Punching Princess and The Longest Five Minutes are 62% off but I dunno... I feel like in the future they'll be even cheaper.
 

Mandos

Member
Nov 27, 2017
7,934
EU currently has Sonic Mania at 30%, Sonic Forces at 50%, Team Sonic Racing at 30%.
Na here


Damn it. I was hoping Heart & Slash would go on sale but nope. In fact, some of the games I was expecting to see on sale are just there without a discount, casually laughing at me.

I did saw that Penny Punching Princess and The Longest Five Minutes are 62% off but I dunno... I feel like in the future they'll be even cheaper.
Heart and slash is a blast, especially once you get a hang of the systems
 

Mudo

Member
Oct 25, 2017
2,134
Tennessee
I thought the day would never happen, but Hyrule Warriors Definitive Edition is on sale :o


Hell does freeze over it seems.
I popped Hyrule Warriors in the other day after owning it for 2 years (......lol)
And it is GREAT!!

I have always enjoyed Musou games and I think this is the most fun I’ve had. Of course in large part because I’m listening to Zelda remixes, running around familiar areas, getting rupees and hearts and of course controlling all sorts of characters from the series.
Not that I need to say this but if you want a great Musou and like Zelda, get this game! Seems to have an absurd amount of content too...
 

Gong

Member
Oct 25, 2017
191
I popped Hyrule Warriors in the other day after owning it for 2 years (......lol)
And it is GREAT!!

I have always enjoyed Musou games and I think this is the most fun I’ve had. Of course in large part because I’m listening to Zelda remixes, running around familiar areas, getting rupees and hearts and of course controlling all sorts of characters from the series.
Not that I need to say this but if you want a great Musou and like Zelda, get this game! Seems to have an absurd amount of content too...
I pounced on it as soon as I saw it was on sale. Having it digital to just dive in for quick sessions seems the perfect way to play I reckon.

There's some amazing other stuff on sale as well, tempted by Neo Cab as well as Children of Morta. Oh well, who needs to eat huh?
 
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tolkir

Member
Oct 25, 2017
2,899
Ok, is NoE sending a different press release to some outlets? I just checked past two PR, and they make the NA PR look exhaustive in comparison. What on earth happened? There's so much stuff missing, it's a complete joke : /

It's not even about sales only, they only have highlight releases anymore -___-
EU downgrade after Shibata departure is real.
 

cowbanana

Member
Feb 2, 2018
3,412
Traveling without moving
Don't sleep on Darksiders: Genesis, I'm buying it again for my Switch if it's technically solid. I really loved this game on PC. One of the most fun action games I've played in a while. Great visuals and an amazing score by Gareth Coker who also did the Ori soundtrack. It is a fairly meaty game with lots of great levels and some well animated beasties to slay. Two different characters with distinctly different play styles to switch between (or play coop) mix up the flow, but you can choose to play your preferred character most of the time if you want and only switch for some occasional puzzle solving which requires character specific abilities. I liked playing both War and Strife.
 

Mudo

Member
Oct 25, 2017
2,134
Tennessee
I pounced on it as soon as I saw it was on sale. Having it digital to just dive in for quick sessions seems the perfect way to play I reckon.

There's some amazing other stuff on sale as well, tempted by Neo Cab as well as Children of Morta. Oh well, who needs to eat huh?
I own both of those - here are some not-asked-for impressions!

Children of Morta, I have onnPC and personally love it. It’s a rogue like with permanent progression and a really different approach to storytelling. I heard Switch had some pretty big performance issues and a patch was being worked on but I don’t know if that has released yet. 8/10

Neo Cab - I have this on Switch and have played an hour. It’s really cool. The whole night time driving in a neon ish city is a cool vibe. The conversations and characters have me very interested, and the “gameplay” is an odd mood ring where your emotions (happy, angry, lethargic etc) change as you talk to people. The emotional state affects what you can say and really takes this out of “visual novel” territory into something more hands on. You get paid by riders and have to buy gas and sleep. Riders also rate you and you are trying to get the best ratings. There is a larger story at play as well. Honestly it’s enrapturing, unique, and I need to get back to it. Highly recommended at any price lol 9/10