- Oct 29, 2017
I kinda regret buying World Of FF. I thought the Pokemon-style gameplay would be interesting but I just found it annoying in the end.
That has to be a pricing error. Bought.Flex Seal Guy: “Now THAT’S a lotta
Man, if this wasn’t a 30+ GB download I’d be all over this. I’m wondering if this is a price error since the game hasn’t even been out for a year yet and the 20th Anniversary Edition is also on sale for $33. [EDIT: Also on sale for $3 on PS4/XONE, so I’m ruling out a price error. lol] You know what? Screw it. I’ll probably just grab it now just to have a cheap basketball game in the future when I upgrade my SD card. Why not.
Also am flabbergasted yet again at the no-show for Sushi Striker. Like, c’mon, Ninty. I don’t even want the damn game. I’m just perplexed why they continue to ignore it time and time again after it barely made a blip when it released. So weird...
Yeah, I think it just might be the largest Switch download on the entire eShop (until Witcher 3, heh). Also requires 5 GB of system memory. Going physical isn’t much better since it still needs over 25 GB of download space. Ridiculous.
Just going strictly from a cash-saving perspective to maybe help you prioritize a bit:
From the list of E3 sales, my favorites... Hollow Knight is a no brainer if you like 2D Metroidvania's crossed with Dark Souls. Mario & Rabbids is one of my favorite Switch games if you like the idea of a XCom-lite. It is easier than XCom, but that's not a bad thing and the focus on moment makes the game its own thing. Celeste is a great tough-as-nails platformer. I'm not a huge fan of this genre, but I still really enjoyed the game. I don't see BotW on your list, but if you are a Zelda fan and never played Okami, now's the best reason ever to do so.Looking for your thoughts on the best games to pick up from the current Switch Eshop sale. Let’s say 5 games?
I already own,
I don’t care for Rouge-lites/likes(not sure which it is).
Otherwise, I’m looking to buy all the good games. I’m going live on the Switch this Summer. I’d like to hear some pros & cons or reason why the games are good too. If you have the time of course.
I don't have Starlink Deluxe so it's hard to say other than it's unneeded. But do you plan to mainly play as Starfox in the Arwing (as I do)? Then it's not.
Because they don't really play exactly the same, it has like 6 fantastic soundtracks in a single package, two great games are better than one AND it's only 4 bucks!
Hollow Knight and Cuphead.
It's the most wholesome game ever made, now in co-op. It's very accessible too.
It's a great co-op game. It runs fine on Switch and even lets you choose between a graphics and performance mode.
no online coop btwIt's a great co-op game. It runs fine on Switch and even lets you choose between a graphics and performance mode.
And should things get too difficult for either you or your partner it lets one character cling to the other so that only one player needs to finish a hard part.