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Ralizah

@Morpheel I just guesstimated from memory. I don't think it's important to get the time you spent playing dead on. They're likely more interested in ranges of play time. I put 24 hours because, well, I spend around 2 - 3 hours playing Mon - Sat, and then a good 5 to 6 hours on Saturday, between Smash with friends, playing with my nephew at our slumber parties, and, of course, making headway in my "main" game (which, atm, is DDS on the PS2).

@NEStalgia TWEWY on Switch seriously looks like a cheap mobile game. I think it's a bad fit for the platform. If I ever end up playing it, it'll be the original NDS version.

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NEStalgia

@Morpheel I suppose there's the system play logs...except mine are always ridiculously bloated because i'll just leave it on pause for hours at a time. I'll end up with like 78 hours on a game that I'm thinking "hmm, I'm pretty sure I played maybe 20-35...."

OTOH that pretty much confirms not an addict, so....yay?

@Ralizah It looks fine. The story is cool. The controls are just the most obnoxiously frustrating game controls I've played since the mandatory-waggle games on Wii. Technically if it looks like a cheap mobile game overall, the DS version was just a cheap mobile precursor to begin with.

The VN aspects are great....and combat can be fun...when it works...which is rare. The minigames are better than the combat. And pin grinding sucks with controls like that.

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SuperEndriu

Dont know if this the right place to ask, was the kingdom battle season pass ever on sale?

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JaxonH

@NEStalgia
Ease up on the motion.

The game responds well if you press and hold the ZR for a split second before moving the cursor via motion. Once I learned how to manage the input recognition, everything clicked.

You just have to toy around for 5 or 10 minutes practicing. If you try to swipe right away it doesnt work half the time. Press, hold, then swipe.

And handheld works great with the touch btw.

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NEStalgia

@JaxonH thanks for the tips! I'll give it a try. I'm not 100% sure how to actually make that work in practice but it's at least something to go on. It doesn't resolve the joycon cutting out, but that's not game specific. I'm only 3 feet from my consoles but somehow both the joycon and DS4 keep dropping out if i hold it low. I swear the arm of the couch must be made of solid lead 😂

Only the X1 controller has no issue. Joycon and DS4 are both BT, while X1 is proprietary. Must be something in the frequency spectrum. Pro controller also has no issue which is odd.

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HobbitGamer

@NEStalgia I had a right joycon that would drop if I hung my arm over the back of my sofa. Or chair. Never could figure it out, and couldn’t duplicate it with the left or any other bt item. Maybe some of them don’t like feeling excluded 😂

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Toy_Link

CTR:NF's page on the EShop has been updated. It's 5.7 GB and supports cloud saves.

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NEStalgia

@HobbitGamer yeah, at first i thought it was the joycon and it's infamously wonky antenna.... But the DS4 does it too.... And all the consoles are 3ft from the chair, with x1x and ps4pro on the floor next to each other and the switch atop a tall AV rack above the chair.... There's no real reason to have controller issues there, but alli can think of is RF interference in the BT spectrum ... Not sure from what though. Nor why the pro controller isn't affected but dual shock is. And, no, there's no aquarium........

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link3710

Something certain people around here might be interested in is launching soon. If y'all want an easier way to hold Joy-cons anyways. I'll probably be picking up two pair myself.

https://www.gripclip.org/?utm_campaign=597676ca-7f88-4eca-b61...

Anyways, TWEWY is a personal favorite of mine, though I'll handily admit the DS is my favorite version due to the dual screen gameplay. The Switch version is far more newcomer friendly though, at least in portable mode. Haven't tried it docked.

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WebHead

Tomorrow during the Pokemon Direct is probably the last chance for Switch mini to be announced if its releasing this month.

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HobbitGamer

@WebHead if they were going to, a Pokémon Direct would make sense. With the ‘main’ series making the jump off of the portable only form, I could see them using S/S as a type of debut game for a mini. But at the same time, I could imagine they’d want a bigger audience. On the third hand, maybe they’d see it as more of a device for current owners. Who knows, really. It’s Nintendo.

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Grumblevolcano

It's confirmed that July is the last Splatfest:

"The penultimate Splatoon 2 Splatfest is on the way"

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I have no idea what these fellas are saying, but I think I could watch this all day

I think I'm much more interested in YW4 than PS&S at the moment.

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Ralizah

@Grumblevolcano I guess we'll be looking forward to a Splatoon 3 soon. There's no way they're going to just randomly drop support from this cashcow franchise.

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Grumblevolcano

@Ralizah Exactly what I thought, Splatoon 3 reveal either after the Splatoon 2 tournament on Saturday or during the E3 Direct.

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Late

I'd personally like a Splatoon spinoff game. A rhythm game to be specific. Splatoon 2 has its rhythm minigame but it's barebones and lacks style. I want something more akin to Hatsune Miku or Persona rhythm games. Would be a perfect fit in my opinion.

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I programmed a simple tool that copies all Switch screenshots from an SD card and places them to folders according to the game:
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Grumblevolcano

As expected, Pokemon Sword and Shield can be bought using NSO vouchers.

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NEStalgia

@Grumblevolcano That's really depressing. I never played anymore but splatfests were the one thing that did draw me back in.

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Dogorilla

Grumblevolcano wrote:

@Ralizah Exactly what I thought, Splatoon 3 reveal either after the Splatoon 2 tournament on Saturday or during the E3 Direct.

I don't think there'll be a Splatoon 3 until Nintendo's next console launches. Even if they're not actively supporting the game any more, Splatoon 2 is the kind of game that can be played pretty much indefinitely so it would seem a bit redundant having another instalment on the same console unless it was drastically different. There's never been more than one new Mario Kart or Smash Bros game on a single console before after all.

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