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Fujin

Are Wii U amiibo compatible with the Switch?

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Morpheel

there's no such thing as a "WiiU Amiibo"

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Yeah I don’t know either.

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Ralizah

@Fujin Amiibo all work with compatible software on the Switch.

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NintendoByNature

To anyone who's pre purchased any of the re games. Do you get discounts on others if you pre purchase one of them?

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JaxonH

Not sure. I just wanna know if RE4 supports gyro. If so I’ll preorder right now.

If not, I’m tempted to wait for a sale, just on principle.

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JaxonH

If it supports gyro, all is forgiven.

If it doesn’t, and they just pushed this game out with no retail release and at 50% markup, without the one feature Switch fans are nuts over, I’m gonna be a little irate.

But I think it will. Then again, I thought their pricing would be consistent with their previous releases and we all see how that turned out, so...

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Morpheel

Yeah I would only buy it with motion controls.

Though they did add them to the revelations games, so I'm optimistic.

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Fujin

@Ralizah alright thanks

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Buizel

JaxonH wrote:

If it doesn’t, and they just pushed this game out with no retail release and at 100% markup, without the one feature Switch fans are nuts over, I’m gonna be a little irate.

Fixed, at least for the UK.

I honestly can't see how they thought these prices would be good - wouldn't surprise me if the majority of potential consumers are out because of this price.

Then again, I bought Twilight Princess HD so maybe I should keep quiet...

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Arbor

what are gyro and analog controls?? i see people talk about them and i just have no clue what it is.

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Octane

@Arbor Gyro refers to the gyroscope in your controller. That's what it uses to detect motion. So it's motion control (but different from the pointer controls on the Wii, which required a light bar, and a sensor in the Wii Remote).

Analog controls refers to how button presses are measured. With digital it's either a 0 or a 1; Either you press the button or you don't. With analog the system is able to differentiate between the amount you press the buttons. It's what the GameCube controller has, and the DualShock 4 for example. The Switch Pro Controller lack analog triggers. They can be useful in racing games, since you can adjust your acceleration by adjusting the pressure you put on the triggers. With the Switch Pro Controller it's either full throttle or nothing at all.

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PikPi

analog is squishy squish triggers and digital is clicky click triggers

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PikPi wrote:

analog is squishy squish triggers and digital is clicky click triggers

Best explanation. 😍

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JackEatsSparrows wrote:

PikPi wrote:

analog is squishy squish triggers and digital is clicky click triggers

Best explanation. 😍

Lol lol, ya that pretty much sums it up 😆

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EvilLucario

After playing on a DS4 for PC games I can confidently say that analog triggers only get in the way of 90% of the games I play. I wouldn't be against an extension of the Xbox One Elite Controller that lets you swap between analog and digital triggers as a set standard, because by god I hate analog triggers for the games I play.

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Ralizah

@EvilLucario What complaints do you have? I've not had a single issue with the DS4's analog triggers so far.

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EvilLucario

@Ralizah Nothing against DS4 itself, I just hate analog triggers period. It doesn't feel as natural as digital triggers for the games I play.

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I actually have a complaint using the DS4 on Fortnite on PC. To rapid fire a non-automatic weapon like a pistol, you have to fully release the trigger.

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Ralizah

@EvilLucario To be honest, aside from a few racing games and the occasional shooter where you can soft pull the trigger to zoom in or something, I barely even notice the difference in most games.

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