Yeah according to NWR it's supposed to be $24.99 (https://www.nintendoworldreport.com/news/50755/north-american-pricing-revealed-for-cadence-of-hyrule)
God damn, I thought it would be like $20 (USD)
Exactly where I expected
yeah thats a no from me dawg
Ehhhh..... that's a bit pricey. We'll see what else gets announced tomorrow, and what the sale has to offer.
I doubt that much.
20 would be better, but 25 isn't bad.
oh my god it's going to be like 30.99 or 35.99 CAD :|
I know it’s kinda silly to drag this back out from the start of the thread, but I got a kick out of the pre-purchase “discount” they’re doing now:I wouldn't expect that tactic from Onion Games. They are more of a boutique indie developer with stuff like Black Bird, not some two bit crap factory. $20 definitely seems like a lot though. I'm not sure how much you could end up dropping in the mobile version, so maybe it balances out.
Well yes. The release has been "June 2019" for some time now. There are barely three weeks left in June. There's no way they wouldn't list a specific date at this point unless it was going to be released tomorrow during the Nintendo presser. The eshop listing is very, very recent.
Holy cheese nuts, I had no idea the physical version of Sushi Striker had dropped so low (since I’m all-digital on Switch and have no reason to look at retail prices anymore). It’s $17 brand new on Amazon right now. Makes the complete absence of an eShop sale over the past year even more nonsensical. lolNot directly eshop related, but... I remember liking Sushi Striker. Just not $50 like with all on my plate at the time. So last week when I saw the physical version available for $12, I caved. I'm glad I did. The game is odd, but that's certainly part of its charm. There's been a million topics on its price, but it is a shame Nintendo went that route as underneath that is a really neat and unique game that I've enjoyed.
Ah E3, the best of times and the worst of times. Great to see so many new games announced. Annoying to see all the assholes pop out to piss on things they have no interest in...
It's only about 5 or 6 hours long. It's a combination of visual novel and town/dungeon exploration with some puzzles and bosses thrown in. The combat is pretty unique and revolves around matching floor symbols in patterns of three or more as you move around the board to cast various attack and healing spells. I had fun with it.
Especially when its 35 on Steam.
CAPITAL LIST LEADHERBOARDS - The primary goal is to get a high score, however the only way to keep your score is to extract with it. You cannot play till death. If you die, not only do you wipe your current score, you risk the chance of wiping your leaderboard position as well. How do you ask? The lower your health the higher the bonus the greater the risk. Every time you extract your score is marked. Why you ask? Why not?
SPLIT SCREEN SINGLE PLAYER TWIN STICK RISK 'EM UP - You will be controlling two ships simultaneously. The devil is in the details. The left side is invincible, however shooting and moving consumes your LINK. In order to restore it you must recover MATERIAL on the right side. MATERIAL multiplies your overall score so use it with absolute discretion. On the right side you are recovering resources and will need 12 PARTS to extract and mark your leaderboard position. Don't doubt yourself. Push yourself. You will be rewarded and you will be tested.
A far cry from 75% off, so I guess we're both wrong.
And this is the point whereby I only just got that the game icon is a homage to the Star Wars poster.
Yeah, I would prefer digital especially for a game like this, but I assumed Nintendo’s discount wouldn’t come close to Newegg’s sale. Following CAG and Wario64 on Twitter is a dual edge sword...Holy cheese nuts, I had no idea the physical version of Sushi Striker had dropped so low (since I’m all-digital on Switch and have no reason to look at retail prices anymore). It’s $17 brand new on Amazon right now. Makes the complete absence of an eShop sale over the past year even more nonsensical. lol
I have a good feeling we’ll finally see that discount for it today though, but a bad feeling it’ll be too little, too late, in typical Nintendo fashion for their lesser-selling titles.
I'm honestly not expecting new game announcements, just updates on previously announced titles. And I'm fine with it, because I have a small list of HUGE games I'm yet to buy and play (BOTW being the most notable one).Any quick last-minute Direct predictions/hopes/dreams that you guys want to see fulfilled (and then inevitably shattered)?
I’ll be doing as I’ve done for the past decade, foolishly hoping for an F-Zero revival. I’d also take a new Advance Wars, Rhythm Heaven, or WarioWare. Or for the new Fire Emblem to suddenly look more appealing.
None of these will actually happen, of course. :)
I'm pretty sure there will be games announcements.I'm honestly not expecting new game announcements, just updates on previously announced titles. And I'm fine with it, because I have a small list of HUGE games I'm yet to buy and play (BOTW being the most notable one).
I would really, really love to see something from Monolith, but I'm not expecting it, I think it's too early.
Yeah, let me rephrase that: I think there will be minor announcements from Nintendo and maybe interesting third party stuff, but I'm not expecting new games in big Nintendo franchises.