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*free to start!

 

Once again they can’t win, they do a free game with micro transactions, people complain. So the next one they do for budget price - should be free/too expensive! 
 

Anyway, how many releases is that Nintendo have shadow dropped in the last couple of months? 

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7 hours ago, Bojangle said:

*free to start!

 

Once again they can’t win, they do a free game with micro transactions, people complain. So the next one they do for budget price - should be free/too expensive! 
 

Anyway, how many releases is that Nintendo have shadow dropped in the last couple of months? 


It was free to play not just free to start. I never paid a penny.

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On 18/09/2020 at 12:23, retroed said:


Thanks I just ordered.

 

Charging £9 for delivery and then not being next day kinda left a bad taste in my mouth.

 

It better be packed in solid gold for that price.

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3 hours ago, Sprite Machine said:

Brand new Switch owner here. :D

Quick question(s), screen protector: do I need one, and which one is good?

I’m not a fan of screen protectors  myself on anything, but the Switch has a plastic screen and I do have to say my launch model has got pretty scratched from lifting it in and out of the dock. That said though, the scratches are only on the bezel and the screen itself is fine, so doesn’t really bother me.

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6 hours ago, Sprite Machine said:

Brand new Switch owner here. :D

Quick question(s), screen protector: do I need one, and which one is good?

Yeah get one, I’ve had one on mine since I took it out of the box, just go for something cheap as it’ll only get minor wear and tear provided you keep it docked or in a case. 

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3 hours ago, joffocakes said:

I didn't bother with a screen protector for my launch Switch; I play 99% of the time in handheld mode and drop it into the Dock to charge each night. Haven't had any scratches on it.

 

My first set of joycon did start to drift severely late last year though.

 

Screen protector will sort that right out.

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I have had my Switch almost 2 weeks now and I'm honestly pretty disappointed in the experience compared to my Wii U. Obviously what I have to say is from my perspective and others may disagree with me.

 

The default joy-con controllers I find to be absolutely terrible. The analogue sticks have next to no travel, the buttons are small, there is no D-pad, they feel flimsy and the controller attachment you get is the most uncomfortable controller I have ever used. I also find the Switch awkward to hold when undocked as my hands get cramped after about 30 minutes.

 

I bought a pro controller which I like but it is no use in hand held mode which means my Switch is always docked. This takes away one of the main selling points of the console, the ability to switch from TV to hand held, I have been looking at grip attachments but it almost feels like I have to spend £100 on top of the console just to be able to comfortably play it.

 

Something else that irritates me is the lack of manuals for the SNES and NES games, on the Wii U you have the manual available to read there on the gamepad/tv as you play the game, there is no need to pick up your phone and go to external sites.

 

 

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