Interested to know this too. I’d like to have one for trips to my folks house on holidays. I’d just keep it there.
From those games, I think you'd dig Tangledeep, which is a roguelike/mystery dungeon/RPG. It's currently 50% off on the eShop ($9.99), and is getting a huge expansion pack in the next month or so. It has:What is a good buy that can not be bought physically? I leave for a two week trip to visit my family. I am looking at don't starve as its 6$ but I never got far with it on PC.
Games I actually play:
Crypt of the Necrodancer
I own (enjoyed):
MHXX (played 60 hours, liked it but the styles off putting)
No I don't want BoTW (borrowed), game is for me total pass after trying it for 60 hours. I don't really care for first party games either lol..
Anyways any suggestions?
I dunno, I think the fact that Nintendo has acknowledged it as a problem and are (in the US at least) repairing drifting joycons even out of warranty points to it being pretty prevalent. I'm sending my second pair of joycons in after they fixed my console pair. I wouldn't necessarily let that scare me off of getting the system, but it's a legit concern and I haven't seen any kind of indication that they are redesigning the joycons to fix anything.It is not unlikely, but complaints on the internet will always give a false impression of these likelihoods. People with no problems won‘t go to forums to complain, so they are not visible. I only occasionally have a little drift on my left one that stays for seconds at most and disappears, but I have seen this with different controllers from other console generations too, my tiny drift is not specific to the joycons.
Haven‘t even bought a second pair yet, only considering one now for RFA. As no Switch owner around me has reported drift I assume it’s likelihood is mildly exaggerated. It’s not as bad as with the N64 analog sticks which inevitably became unusable.
I would not let this keep me away from buying a Switch. The versatility of the joycons is actually awesome. If this is a budget question however it should not be a problem if you have to send them in or buy a second pair at some point (also makes sense for multiplayer though). As someone who is careful about purchases I would stay away from the Lite though, not only due to the possibility of drift.
If my memory is correct, its the cable you need to worry about. Don't use any ol USBC you got. It needs a resistor on it. If you got the cable from pro controller you can use that.
USB C is a true garbage standard. Previously you could grab any USB cable you wanted but now you have to consider so many stuff o.O
USB C is just the connector type, not a standard. Compliance has always been a factor. But I’d say there’s just many many more manufacturers now than “before”, that may or may not build cables fit for your purpose.
I would probably go with Blasphemous following this list. There's a demo version you can download to test the game which should last you around 2 to 3 hours if you explore it fully.
I have some of those and I currently have my Switch lite plugged into one of these charging after a lunchtime Atelier Ryza sessionNow I am sitting here and am really unsure if these would be safe to use with my Switch:
Thanks - I am gonna use my iPad charger, Ive heard that these are save to use.I have some of those and I currently have my Switch lite plugged into one of these charging after a lunchtime Atelier Ryza session
I'm using this charger
It's not very active, but here: https://www.resetera.com/threads/switch-friend-code-sharing-thread.3326/
Thank you!It's not very active, but here: https://www.resetera.com/threads/switch-friend-code-sharing-thread.3326/
Otherwise, the OT for Pokemon Sword/Shield is probably the best place to try.