- Oct 26, 2017
You can now pre-order Yaga, with a nice 20% discount
Yes, the first game (arcade version) is included in Bubble Bobble 4 FriendsHey guys is it known if BUBBLE BOBBLE 4 FRIENDS will also contain the original game or if at least there’s a skin to play with pixel graphics? I swear to god they keep ruining these new games with awful 3D artstyles since BB Old & New on GBA’s when the classic look is timeless and perfect... at least make it look good if you’re so bent on going 2.5D! The food ain’t remotely as delicious-looking compared to BB/BB2/RI/PS/BS! This series is so dear to my heart, it pains me so see it like this (BB Neo on Wii and then 360... ugh), to say nothing of its cover arts, not Mega Man levels but close enough. PLEASE give me back the old charming look or at least release the first (and all the sequels lol) on Switch too since ACA Bubble Bobble has never left the PS4 (like another of my favs, Escape\Westone’s Wonder Boy, and that one too as got a bad looking 2.5d game on Switch while holding ransom to the ACA version as a PS4-JPN-only release since forever).
Been recommended here several times (and recently too). It's an absolute no-brainer must buy for that price for anyone even halfway into tactics games.Anyone play Hard West before? It's on sale for $2 (90% off). I love strategy games, but not really looking for one at the moment after coming off Fire Emblem. Still, the supernatural western atmosphere and XCOM-ish tactics is awfully tempting, especially for that price.
Rule 1 of video games: File size has absolutely zero to do with how long a game is.
The Studio is Second Party, but the game is First PartyIt's not "by my logic" it's the actual definition of what a first party developer is:
In the video game industry, a first-party developer is part of a company which manufactures a video game console and develops exclusively for it. First-party developers may use the name of the company itself (such as Nintendo), have a specific division name (such as Sony's Polyphony Digital) or have been an independent studio before being acquired by the console manufacturer (such as Rare or Naughty Dog).
Luigis Mansion 3 which is developed by Next Level Games who as far as I am aware is not owned by Nintendo, their wiki page claims they are an independent developer.
StarTropics, the game everyone is reminded of by The Touryst, is a whoping 512KB, and it's probably going to be longer than The Touryst. And Tetris is 32KB with a playtime of forevermore. It's baffling that people still think there's any relation between how many GBs a game is and how many hours you're going to play it.
Katana Zero. Ape Out is alright, it has a fun gimmick, it's challenging, the music is great, the art is great - but it's pretty short, it can be pretty frustrating, and it never hits the highs that other games in it's genre do (like Hotline Miami or Mr. Shifty).
Also giving a shout to Deku Deals. Found that site recently, seems to update quicker than PSPrice in my experience.
I'm curious about this as well. I own the physical version and it is enjoyable, but it's a pretty involved game and getting it setup takes a lot of time, so I haven't really played it much. I'd welcome a nice digital version, but it completely depends on the business model, and how the game unlocks new cards for your decks.
It’s a single purchase of $25 with no mtx(there may be more paid campaigns down the road, it comes with 2 and there’s some encounters coming as free updates). But it is an adaptation not a direct conversion, so it plays pretty differently while keeping some core conceptsI'm curious about this as well. I own the physical version and it is enjoyable, but it's a pretty involved game and getting it setup takes a lot of time, so I haven't really played it much. I'd welcome a nice digital version, but it completely depends on the business model, and how the game unlocks new cards for your decks.
You add individual games to it via the item listings. To get to the list you have, go to your profile icon in the upper right corner, then you can get to it from the page that shows your account balance / gold coins.
Putting things on wishlist usually requires you to pick a game and click add to wishlist.
I know if I was in Japan I'd definitely want a physical copy of the Capcom Belt Action Collection!I know this isn’t completely on topic but this seems like the Nintendo community on era so... are there any Japan exclusives worth picking up while I’m here? I nearly bought the Psikyo collection but it seems that is coming out here.
Another question - I know if you buy games on the Japan eshop and there is an English release that has the same SKU, then you somehow magically get the English language version. Does that apply to physical games too? There are some that I’ve seen that are released globally but are cheaper here, so I was thinking of picking them up.
thanks, that link was super useful. I found AI: Somnium files and Dusk Divers physical second hand for quite a lot cheaper than they are back home, and it looks like they both have English. Also picked up Super Monkey Ball Re-balled or whatever its called, new, for really cheap, and the Konami baseball game.I know if I was in Japan I'd definitely want a physical copy of the Capcom Belt Action Collection!
Not sure about the other question sorry, I know a lot of games (regardless of region) will just display in English if that is what your console is set to but it's really just a some do some don't type deal. My Japanese physical copy of I am Setsuna for example plays in English.
I found this website that could be of use:
Nintendo Switch: list of games with English (+ other languages) option in Japan (retail + eShop) - Perfectly NintendoIn this page, you will find the list of games that offer English (+ other languages) on the Nintendo eShop of the Nintendo Switch, in Japan!www.perfectly-nintendo.com
If I'm jonesing for some Diablo 2 style gameplay (Diablo 4 hype), would Torchlight 2 fill that void? Or would I be better waiting for D3 to go on sale (which I have played and enjoyed despite being different from D2)?