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7 minutes ago, moosegrinder said:

Dicey Dungeons is up on the eShop and that wasn't in the direct. Come on, Nintendo.

It was shown in the March Indie Showcase. They tend to reserve each showcase for new, unannounced titles. 

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53 minutes ago, friedgold said:

Curious to know this too. The idea appeals but it's not viable for me if you need to have full-on comms.

My lad plays on his phone and I don't hear him chatting. But saying that he's quick at typing . He seems to be doing a lot of that while playing so maybe that's needed.

 

Might just buy it as it's not exactly expensive.

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15 hours ago, bradigor said:

Can Among Us be enjoyed with no friends and without voice communication?

 

35 minutes ago, friedgold said:

Curious to know this too. The idea appeals but it's not viable for me if you need to have full-on comms.


Sort of yes and no.

 

The game is built around text rather than voice chat, there isn’t actually a voice chat option built in, but as already pointed out typing will be a pain if not in handheld. it is perfectly playable like this, although communication is limited and sometimes problematic where you get non English speaking randoms.

 

Its a completely different and much better game played with friends and voice comms over say Discord. A proper group game where you can grill each other is a lot more fun and a very different experience.

 

 

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Among Us is definitely hit and miss when playing with randoms. I’ve had some brilliant games but also a lot of stinkers too. It’s nearly always fun when you get to be imposter though. 
 

I’ve been playing it a lot on my iPad (free on iOS) so probably unlikely to get the Switch version which might be a bit more fiddly. 

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Meat boy out next week after 6 years and with barely an announcement. It'll be interesting to see how this turns out - especially as Ed McMillan had nothing to do with it...

 

But I've got hope; Tommy Refines (Original Meat Boy programmer) is obviously very dedicated to continue on this journey after so long in Dev hell.

 

Something for my Christmas time off anyway!

 

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1 hour ago, dreamylittledream said:

 


Sort of yes and no.

 

The game is built around text rather than voice chat, there isn’t actually a voice chat option built in, but as already pointed out typing will be a pain if not in handheld. it is perfectly playable like this, although communication is limited and sometimes problematic where you get non English speaking randoms.

 

Its a completely different and much better game played with friends and voice comms over say Discord. A proper group game where you can grill each other is a lot more fun and a very different experience.

 

 

If it requires communication can’t you just talk to each other if you’re playing local co-op? 

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54 minutes ago, Stanley said:

If it requires communication can’t you just talk to each other if you’re playing local co-op? 


You can’t play it locally on the same device/screen as you’d break the premise of the game.

 

It’s basically mafiascum the video game so the whole point is only the Imposters know who is an Imposter.

 

Communication is only allowed during the specific ‘meetings’ following a round of play (normally up to the point where someone is found murdered).

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12 minutes ago, dreamylittledream said:


You can’t play it locally on the same device/screen as you’d break the premise of the game.

 

It’s basically mafiascum the video game so the whole point is only the Imposters know who is an Imposter.

 

Communication is only allowed during the specific ‘meetings’ following a round of play (normally up to the point where someone is found murdered).

Ok so you need 2 Switch’s to play really, locally I mean? 

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