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Zonic

Member
Oct 25, 2017
17,963
Do we know if Groove Coaster will be released WW?
Not yet, no. We did get one of the mobile versions with a toooon of DLC & I noticed a few songs that're part of the game are also in Taiko Drum Master between the PS4 & Switch versions, so there is a chance they can get the licensing worked out. Thankfully, despite the hurdle of having to buy it from the JPN eShop, the menus are completely translated, which might be a sign it could be coming over?
 

Ninjadom

Member
Oct 25, 2017
3,000
London, UK
Brand new Nintendo made eShop only game.

The Stretchers. New IP. Out today. Japan only. 1818 yen.




EDIT: Out now in the U.K. eShop!!!!!!!
UK trailer:
£17.99
 
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ginnokane

Member
Oct 28, 2017
345
I really enjoyed how the controls felt on the New Super Lucky's Tale demo. Wish the game was 60fps, but at least it feels tight and responsive, and the visuals are pretty good.

I think I'm going to buy the game physically tomorrow. It will be at Walmart for ~$33, so it's hard to say no to that.
Is this an in-store deal only, or can you order for that price online? That sounds really good, I might have to jump on that.
 

Capra

Member
Oct 25, 2017
3,143
What was the problem with HM? Just bought it (for the 4th time...) at discount and didn't notice nothing so far..
Supposedly there were some bugs that caused enemies to spawn outside the actual level on occasion, making it impossible to win without restarting. I know there were patches to address that and some other issues but I'm not sure what the consensus was months later.
 

Rhaknar

Member
Oct 26, 2017
16,218
Juicy Realm strangely drains battery like a motherfucker. Or maybe I just dont notice time passing while playing it >_>
 

Nabbit

Member
Oct 25, 2017
2,023
I really enjoyed how the controls felt on the New Super Lucky's Tale demo. Wish the game was 60fps, but at least it feels tight and responsive, and the visuals are pretty good.

I think I'm going to buy the game physically tomorrow. It will be at Walmart for ~$33, so it's hard to say no to that.
That's a great price! Glad to hear you enjoyed the demo.
 

Ninjadom

Member
Oct 25, 2017
3,000
London, UK
Based on co-op but is there any solo content ? Like, each character is one stick...
Right so you start the adventure and at anytime you can change between multiplayer and single player.

Single Player: Control both medics with one controller. The blue medic is controlled with the left side of the controller and the red medic with the right side of the controller.

Multiplayer: One player each controls a medic.

It’s crazy at first in single player, controlling both characters with both the left and right control stick.
 

Putosaure

Member
Oct 27, 2017
1,181
France
Right so you start the adventure and at anytime you can change between multiplayer and single player.

Single Player: Control both medics with one controller. The blue medic is controlled with the left side of the controller and the red medic with the right side of the controller.

Multiplayer: One player each controls a medic.

It’s crazy at first in single player, controlling both characters with both the left and right control stick.
Mmmh thanks for the report ! As a single player it could be fun, depending on how hard it goes...
 

Jonnykong

Member
Oct 27, 2017
2,693
I'm on holiday at the moment in the US with my UK switch. If I bought a game over here, will it work on my Switch?

I know the consoles are region free, but just wanted to be sure.
 

LiftGammaGain

Member
Oct 29, 2017
336
Asia-Europe
Supposedly there were some bugs that caused enemies to spawn outside the actual level on occasion, making it impossible to win without restarting. I know there were patches to address that and some other issues but I'm not sure what the consensus was months later.
Ok didn't know about that... So far so good i guess... Im on chapter 5. The game is on version 1.03. Maybe they fixed something?
 

Legacy

Member
Oct 25, 2017
4,228
Did anyone buy the new Layton game? Keen to know any impressions

I've always wanted to get into it, could be my first foray into the series. Is the film worth watching?
 

XandBosch

Member
Oct 27, 2017
4,212
I'm about to start Torchlight II - and I'm just looking for a teensy bit of advice.

I've seen people on various sites complain about how the game doesn't allow you to roll back stats once you've chosen a build (or however you want to put it) - should I be using the internet to make a cool build? Or is this game better if I go in blind and just play it, potential mistakes and all?
 

Rhaknar

Member
Oct 26, 2017
16,218
I'm about to start Torchlight II - and I'm just looking for a teensy bit of advice.

I've seen people on various sites complain about how the game doesn't allow you to roll back stats once you've chosen a build (or however you want to put it) - should I be using the internet to make a cool build? Or is this game better if I go in blind and just play it, potential mistakes and all?
they were supposed to add full respecs in a patch, I dont think it's live tho.
 
Oct 28, 2017
657
Ireland
Did anyone buy the new Layton game? Keen to know any impressions

I've always wanted to get into it, could be my first foray into the series. Is the film worth watching?
I played it on the 3DS earlier in the year, I'd rank it lowest of the ones I've played, story wasn't very good and too many of the puzzles are stupid "gotcha's" rather than legitimate puzzles to solve.
 

giallo

Member
Oct 27, 2017
1,392
Shanghai/Seoul/Vancouver
So I just tried the Super Lucky's Tale demo, and I'm impressed. What a super upbeat and fun platformer. The engine chugs a bit here and there, and the load times aren't great, but it was such a jolly experience, and the music on the demo stage was catchy as hell.

Has anyone here played it? Does the quality hold up throughout the game?
 

Mandos

Member
Nov 27, 2017
7,069
Ah man right when I thought I was going to have a no games month now I have Mini Metro, Stretchers, Touryst and LoTR Adventure card game all vying for my wallet, but I can only do one
 

metsallica

Member
Oct 27, 2017
3,279
Dang, because of this thread last night I picked up...
Stay Cool, Kobayashi-San (I'm a fiend for Kunio and after nobody provided impressions I figured I'd do it myself. Plus the original designers of Renegade and RCR uniting to make a new game? COME ON)
Monkey Barrels (GOOD FEEL makes me FEEL GOOD)

Groove Coaster (was surprised at the high price + no physical release. Hope I don't regret not waiting as I have a strong preference for the tangible)

And now...
The Stretchers!
 
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tolkir

Member
Oct 25, 2017
2,692
Full week on eShop:

NA PR, Sales
EU PR, Sales
JP Article

  • The Stretchers - Tarsier Studios/Nintendo - $19.99/€19.99 - 1.8 GB
  • New Super Lucky's Tale - Playful - $39.99/€39.99 - 5.6 GB
  • Stay Cool, Kobayashi-san!: A River City Ransom Story - Arc System Works - $13.99/€12.79 - 798 MB
  • The Lord of the Rings: Adventure Card Game - Asmodee Digital - $24.99/€24.99 - 3.6 GB
  • Skybolt Zack - Devs Must Die/Green Man Gaming - $19.99/€19.99 (Launch sale: $16.99/€16.99) - 4.6 GB
  • Juicy Realm - X.D. Network - $14.99/€14.99 (Launch sale: $11.99/€11.99) - 637 MB
  • Monkey Barrels - Good-Feel - $14.99/€14.99 - 3.1 GB
  • Sturmwind Ex - B-Alive - $12.99/€12.99 - 1.2 GB
  • Tokyo Dark: Remembrance - Unties - $19.99/€17.99 (Launch sale: $15.99/€14.39) - 1.1 GB
  • The Grisaia Trilogy - Prototype - $59.99/€59.99 - 11.6 GB
  • Incredible Mandy - Circle Ent. - $14.99/€14.99 (Launch sale: $13.49/€13.49) - 2.0 GB
  • Strange Telephone - Playism - $9.99/€8.99 (Launch sale: $8.99/€8.09) - 85 MB
  • Headsnatchers - Iceberg Interactive - $14.99/€14.99 (Launch sale: $4.99/€4.99) - 2.2 GB
  • Animus: Harbinger - Troooze - $7.99/€8.99 - 1.6 GB
  • Ritual: Crown of Horns - Feardemic - $19.99/€19.99 (Launch sale: $15.99/€15.99) - 3.1 GB
  • T.N.K III - Arcade - SNK/Hamster Co. - $7.99/€6.99
  • Super Street: Racer - Funbox Media - $49.99/€44.99 - 2.7 GB
  • Asdivine Kamura - Kemco - $14.99/€14.99 (Launch sale: €13.49) - 1.0 GB
  • Garfield Kart: Furious Racing - Microids - $29.99/€29.99 - 1.4 GB *11/19 on NA*
  • The Manga Works - Kairosoft - $14.00/€13.00 - 192 MB
  • Mario & Sonic at the Olympic Games: Tokyo 2020 - Sega - $59.99/€59.99 - 6.3 GB
  • Disney Tsum Tsum Festival - Bandai Namco Games - $49.99/€49.99 - 2.3 GB
  • Layton's Mystery Journey: Katrielle and The Millionaires' Conspiracy - Deluxe Edition - Level 5 - $39.99/€39.99 - 3.2 GB
  • Jumanji: The Video Game - Outright Games - $39.99/€39.99 - 781 MB
  • Just Dance 2020 - Ubisoft - $39.99/€59.99 - 6.9 GB
  • One Person Story - Drageus Games - $2.99/€2.99 (Launch sale: $1.49/€1.49) - 118 MB
  • Blindy - Ultimate Games - $7.99/€6.99 - 49 MB
  • House of Golf - Atomicom - $9.99/€9.99 - 969 MB
  • Football Game - Ratalaika Games - $4.99/€4.99 (Launch sale: $3.99/€3.99) - 216 MB
  • Rally Road - Dispatch Games - $4.99/€4.99 - 92 MB
  • Rekt - QubicGames - $5.99/€5.99 (Launch sale: $2.99/€2.99) - 156 MB
  • Ships - Ultimate Games - $13.99/€12.99 - 2.6 GB
  • Meanders - FrancescoZacchini - $4.99/€4.99 - 1.0 GB
  • Puzzlement - Gamebra.in - $1.99/€1.99 - 66 MB
  • Construction Simulator 2 US: Console Edition - Astragon - $19.99/€19.99 - 2.5 GB

- DLCs

  • Farm Together - Milkstone Studios
    07 - Season 2 Bundle - $9.99/€9.99
  • Super Smash Bros. Ultimate - Nintendo
    07 - Terry Bogard Challenge Pack - $5.99/€5.99
  • Human: Fall Flat - Curve Digital
    07 - Ice - Free
  • Old School Musical - Plug In Digital
    07 - Toricity - Free

- Demos

  • Just Dance 2020 - Ubisoft
  • Dragon Quest Builders 2 Jumbo Demo - Nintendo
  • AI: THE SOMNIUM FILES - Spike Chunsoft US
  • Invisigun Reloaded - Sombr Studio
  • Puzzle Quest: The Legend Returns - D3Go
  • Desktop Rugby Trial Edition - SAT-BOX
  • Instant Sports - Plug In Digital

- Japan

  • Groove Coaster Wai Wai Party!!!! - Taito - ¥6,500
  • Doukoku Soshite... Remastered - Red Flag Ship - ¥3,980
  • Eiga Sumikko Gurashi: Tobidasu Ehon to Himitsu no Ko - Game de Asobou! Ehon no Sekai - Nippon Columbia - ¥5,280

- Late Releases

  • Haunted: Halloween '86 - Mega Cat Studios - €8.99 - 88 MB *EU*
 

Joedev

Member
Apr 24, 2018
174
This is interesting, mainly just because I don't think any other game that I know of has implemented this, but apparently Divinity: Original Sin 2 now supports the friend invites.

Forum Post detailing new update

I wonder how seamless it is, and honestly it would be great if Nintendo would update some of their previous game to support it. (Splatoon 2, Mario Maker 2, Mario Kart 8D, Smash Ultimate)

Edit: Already a thread on it here
 

Jonnykong

Member
Oct 27, 2017
2,693
I don't know where else to ask this, but has anyone else ever had any issues finding Wi-Fi with their Switch?

At the moment I'm on holiday and there's Wi-Fi in this villa (which my phone has found), but my Switch will not find it everytime I look, but it easily finds around 10 other wireless points around this villa, including all the neighbours near me.
 
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Aucool

Member
Oct 28, 2017
298
Italy
I don't know where else to ask this, but has anyone else ever had any issues finding Wi-Fi with their Switch?

At the moment I'm on holiday and there's Wi-Fi in this villa (which my phone has easily found), but my Switch will not find it everytime I look, but it easily finds around 10 other wireless points around this villa, including all the neighbours around me.
It happens to me when I try to use my iphone as an hotspot.
 

Linde

Member
Sep 2, 2018
3,236
Did anyone buy the new Layton game? Keen to know any impressions

I've always wanted to get into it, could be my first foray into the series. Is the film worth watching?
I've only barely played the games
but i loved the movie so much, definitely worth a watch, especially if you like fun detective stuff like detective Conan and the like
 

Weiss

Member
Oct 25, 2017
21,056
Looking for impressions on the following.

Sparklite (I've read it has roguelike elements but how bad?)

Pinstripe

Incredible Mandy

Tangle Tower

Stay Cool, Kobayashi-san!
 

Rhaknar

Member
Oct 26, 2017
16,218
Juicy Realm with 6 modifiers is kicking my ass, but im having fun leveling up my dudes now. Man I really like it, so happy.

Edit: Sparklite isnt out until next week
 

Nabbit

Member
Oct 25, 2017
2,023
So I just tried the Super Lucky's Tale demo, and I'm impressed. What a super upbeat and fun platformer. The engine chugs a bit here and there, and the load times aren't great, but it was such a jolly experience, and the music on the demo stage was catchy as hell.

Has anyone here played it? Does the quality hold up throughout the game?
Here are my impressions of the original Super Lucky's Tale if it's helpful:

We played through the first game on Game Pass a little over a year ago and enjoyed it a lot, it felt like a spiritual successor to both early 3D collection platforming and platforming-focused Crash Bandicoot-type gameplay. We got the DLC earlier this year and enjoyed it just as much if not more than the main game, and it presented considerably more challenge. So I'm curious if that content is included in the Switch version.

I know a lot has been done to the camera and gameplay in this version, and it sounds like it's only improvements which would make it an easy recommend for me as the original game was a lot of fun. As to replaying it just yet, I'll just be interested to know the exact changes, but some time I will definitely want to play this version.

I first got interested in the game but cause it was made in part by one of the Donkey Kong Country Returns level designers, and I felt like that showed through in some of the more platforming-focused levels (they are two very different games, though).
 

giallo

Member
Oct 27, 2017
1,392
Shanghai/Seoul/Vancouver
Here are my impressions of the original Super Lucky's Tale if it's helpful:

We played through the first game on Game Pass a little over a year ago and enjoyed it a lot, it felt like a spiritual successor to both early 3D collection platforming and platforming-focused Crash Bandicoot-type gameplay. We got the DLC earlier this year and enjoyed it just as much if not more than the main game, and it presented considerably more challenge. So I'm curious if that content is included in the Switch version.

I know a lot has been done to the camera and gameplay in this version, and it sounds like it's only improvements which would make it an easy recommend for me as the original game was a lot of fun. As to replaying it just yet, I'll just be interested to know the exact changes, but some time I will definitely want to play this version.

I first got interested in the game but cause it was made in part by one of the Donkey Kong Country Returns level designers, and I felt like that showed through in some of the more platforming-focused levels (they are two very different games, though).
Thanks. I've got Luigi's Mansion 3, Astral Chain and Zelda: LA still to finish, but Super Lucky's Tale is definitely going to be purchased in the near future.
 

thelongestj

Member
Oct 27, 2017
242
Football game is a short cool point and click that is worth playing. The developer's other game Sumatra is one of top games of the year, so I recommend supporting them if you're interested.

Anyone else play Glass Masquerade? It's been on sale a few times, but I finally bought it. It says there's only the 25 countries from the base game. It's a nice game, but that's not going to take me long to finish. Is there any plans to include the DLC from the PC version?
 

ryushe

Member
Oct 27, 2017
2,807
Looking for impressions on the following.

Tangle Tower
Tangle Tower is murder mystery whodunnit puzzle adventure game in the vein of Professor Layton. The writing is great, the characters awesome and funny and the overall plot interesting.

The most striking thing for me is its presentation. It's fully voiced and the animations are phenomenal. I'm typically not a fan of the Layton games because I feel like it becomes more about the puzzles than the story but Tangle Tower isn't like that since the story is first and foremost and the puzzles secondary. So yeah, if a Layton-like with interesting puzzles and even better characters sounds interesting to you, give it a go. I haven't finished it yet (about to wrap it up) but it's definitely one of my favorites games of the year.