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  1. I bought Lair Of The Clockwork God on switch at launch for full price because I liked their previous stuff and have only put a few hours in, and that was down to a fiver recently. No regrets though.
  2. Oh, just imagine Geometry Wars 99!
  3. Does your TV have settings for it? Mine is set to one-way in the options and it works for on and not for off.
  4. Because they're all-in on the card design thing. You're right that there's a lot of wasted space, especially considering it's designed for 4k so you could fit loads of small, sharp text in, and you're right that Parties and Friends should be two separate options. "Game Base" is a misnomer too. There's certainly a lack of customisation that would make everyone happier.
  5. Not saying it's perfect by any means but pressing R1 (or just press right) once is much better than having to scroll down past parties to get to the friends list.
  6. Like this Rath probably has the easiest tell but you get used to them.
  7. The most newcomer-friendly addition is probably your hunter shouting "HERE IT COMES!" or similar when the mon is winding up its hardest-hitting attack.
  8. Great fun in this coming up against familiar faces and new beasties alike. Last night we did one where we had multiple "it can do that?!" moments mid-fight.
  9. Also if you pick up a puppet spider somewhere on the map you can use it to skip all that and go straight to mounting.
  10. It can be amazing when you time it right. Once they're mountable it's basically holding R, directing them towards a wall, press Y to bash it, then B to stay on (one recovery per wirebug).
  11. It does, it rumbles like mad on big roars and less so when landing certain attacks.
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