March is here, and we're only a couple of days away from Nintendo Switch's first anniversary. So to celebrate, here's a ton of new games for your favourite handheld console. Okay, it's technically Nintendo Download day, but there's still good reason to celebrate.
This week there's plenty of new games in the North American eShops, including some more Neo Geo ports for HAMSTER (naturally), some Japanese curios, a handful of platformers and some additions to Switch's growing library of Nindies. Prepare to destroy your bank balance with this digital delights...
Scribblenauts Showdown (Shiver Entertainment, $39.99) – Use your imagination and go head-to-head in the ultimate multiplayer showdown. Enjoy a party-style Scribblenauts experience, conjuring more than 35,000 objects from the vast Scribblenauts dictionary to outsmart your opponent in more than 25 mini-games. Scribblenauts: Showdown launches on Nintendo Switch on 6th March.
Mulaka (Lienzo, $19.98) - Dive into northern Mexico's breathtaking landscapes with Mulaka, a 3D action-adventure game based on the rich indigenous culture of the Tarahumara. Renowned for their impressive running abilities, embark on the journey of a Sukurúame - a Tarahumara shaman - as you fight back the foulness corrupting the land, while drawing upon the powers of demigods.
Fear Effect Sedna (Square Enix, $17.99) – Thrilling action and stealth gameplay enhanced by the Fear system, an exciting story and ultra-stylish cutscenes. Harness your team's dynamic abilities to tackle enemies and puzzles like never before. This is the quintessential sequel for existing fans and a perfect starting point for newcomers. Available 6th March.
Outlast: Bundle of Terror (Red Barrels. $24.99) - Hell is an experiment you can't survive in Outlast and the DLC Whistleblower. Explore Mount Massive Asylum and try to survive long enough to discover its terrible secret... if you dare.
Detention (Coconut Island Games, $12.99) - Detention is a unique atmospheric horror game heavily influenced by Taiwanese/East Asian culture, religious elements and mythology. Based on the 1960s Taiwan under martial law, in this 2D atmospheric horror side-scroller, the player control characters who venture into the school beset by hostile supernatural events to uncover stories behind the haunted place. Read our review.
Subsurface Circular (Ant Workshop, $5.99) - A detective stationed on the Subsurface Circular investigates a series of disappearances among the city’s robotic working class. Collect words and phrases, then use them in dialogue puzzles to uncover the world's secrets and determine its future.
Paper Wars: Cannon Fodder Devastated (iFun4all, $9.99) - Paper Wars: Cannon Fodder Devastated is the refreshed, updated, remastered, and enhanced edition of the beloved Wii tower defense-like game! With updated graphics built from the ground up in Unity and a brand-new chapter where we've exchanged soldiers for zombies, it’s just better than ever!
Poisoft Thud Card (POISOFT, $2.99) - It's a very fun card game. Aim to be the world's top Thud player!
Totes the Goat (Atooi, $4.99) - Happily hop your little goat through this modernized vision of classic and beloved arcade gameplay. Totes the Goat is a charming game with vibrant voxel art and a cast of fun playable characters to unlock. It will have you leaping like a kid in no time!
Damascus Gear Operation Tokyo (Arc System Works, $14.99) - Due to the bio weapons, "Rages" of which we lost control, the surface of the earth as we know it has been taken over. Wield the humanoid robot, "Gears" to take back the city! Gears are enhanced through equipping a variety of over 460 parts. Find the perfect combination that suits your playstyle.
GUILT BATTLE ARENA (Invincible Cat, $9.99) - In this frantic 2D couch combat game, you have one bullet to fire at your opponents. After firing your gun, you must "rebound" your bullet before firing again. This grin inducing mechanic introduces a new strategic element where thinking about where your bullet will land is as important as where you shoot!
Little Triangle (Cotton Game, $14.99) - Little Triangle is a side-scrolling action game. Button operations are simply walking and jumping. Complete the stages by defeating the unique enemy characters and bosses! Read our review.
Packet Queen # (INFOARISE, $4.99) - Divide up the packets that appear one after another, and aim to get a higher score than your opponent. This is a competitive-type active solitaire game where you aim for a high score by gathering the necessary packets while avoiding specific colors and putting them together in poker-style hands.
A Normal Lost Phone (Seaven Studio, $5.99) - A Normal Lost Phone is a game about exploring the intimacy of an unknown person whose phone was found by the player. The game takes the shape of a narrative investigation: you have to search the phone's text messages, pictures and applications, in order to learn about its former owner. Through this phone, you uncover Sam's life, friends, family and relationships, until the evening when they turn 18 and mysteriously disappear. Read our review.
ACA NEO GEO SENGOKU 2 (HAMSTER, $7.99) - "SENGOKU 2" is a side scrolling action game released by SNK in 1993. Take on the role of a warrior summoned by a shrine princess, and fight over various historical periods in order to defeat the dark monarch.
Arcade Archives STAR FORCE (HAMSTER, $7.99) - "STAR FORCE" is a shooting game released in 1984 by Tehkan (now Koei Tecmo Games). It was very popular due to its variety of hidden bonuses as well as the competitiveness for achieving high scores. The "Arcade Archives" series has faithfully reproduced many classic Arcade masterpieces.
Grid Mania (FX Valley, $3.99) – Put your brain to the test with Grid Mania, simple but challenging logical puzzle game. Solve over 170 levels in four different modes. Available 2nd March.
NORTH (Sometimes You. $2.99) – Dealing with the issue of the contemporary refugee crisis while at the same time being deeply rooted in a classical cyberpunk atmosphere à la Blade Runner, NORTH features a dark synthpop soundtrack, a sprawling mega-city and weird monster-like inhabitants. Available 6th.
Super Toy Cars (Eclipse Games. $9.99) – Super Toy Cars is a tabletop arcade combat racing game featuring fast and cool looking cars, impressive tracks made of everyday objects and a bunch of power-ups that will let you destroy your opposition. Available 2nd March.
Xenoblade Chronicles 2 – New DLC is releasing for owners of the Xenoblade Chronicles 2 Expansion Pass.
- Buy the Expansion Pass to gain access to titanic new content, including the pack below and a new story this fall. To learn more, visit the official Xenoblade Chronicles 2 site.
- Helpful Items Pack 4 – Launching on March 1 at 9 p.m. PT
- Upgrade Parts for Poppi 2: 30,000 Ether
- Driver Essentials Set 3: Legendary Core Crystal x 8, Overdrive Protocol x 3
- And that’s not all! New free content is releasing for all Xenoblade Chronicles 2 players at the same time in a free software update, including a new “New Game Plus” mode for players with save data from the final chapter who have cleared the game. This mode carries over some elements from the save data and unlocks many new features.
Star Ghost – Demo Version (Squarehead Studios / Four Horses, Free) - Navigate the perilous fragments of exploding planets, survive intense asteroid fields and dogfight with deadly Sentinel ships as you defend against the relentless onslaught of the formidable Metagon empire. Blast your way through beautiful neon star systems with dynamic level generation for a different experience every time.
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RTO 2 (nuGAME, $9.99) - RTO 2 is a side scrolling first person shooter with elements from the survival horror genre. Take control of a 6-man team through four episodes and do your best to survive and complete your mission. RTO 2 features randomly generated levels and permadeath. It will pitch you up against hordes of enemies and test your survival skills.
What are you downloading this week? (265 votes)
- Paper Wars: Cannon Fodder Devastated2%
- Poisoft Thud Card 0%
- Subsurface Circular2%
- Totes the Goat5%
- Damascus Gear Operation Tokyo2%
- GUILT BATTLE ARENA 0%
- Little Triangle2%
- Packet Queen # 0%
- A Normal Lost Phone 0%
- ACA NEO GEO SENGOKU 23%
- Arcade Archives STAR FORCE5%
- RTO 2 0%
- Scribblenauts Showdown5%
- Fear Effect Sedna8%
- Outlast: Bundle of Terror7%
- Grid Mania 0%
- NORTH 0%
- Super Toy Cars2%
- Xenoblade Chronicles 214%
- Star Ghost – Demo Version5%
- RTO 21%
- Nothing for me!23%
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So that's your lot for the North American Nintendo Download update for 1st March. Add your vote to this week's poll, and be sure to drop us a comment or two on what you're planning to pick up this week...
I'll have to check out information about RTO 2.
Edit: I've seen footage, it's trash.
Scribblenauts Showdown is the biggest release on Switch in an otherwise average week.
I wish I could say I was looking forward to that Fear Effect game. That series could use a resurgence, but not like this...
Sengoku 2 FTW
Looks like the 3ds is done
I thought this would be a slow week and time to catch up on my backlog....
Big mistake. There's a least three or more games, I liked to sink my teeth into... Mulaka, Detention, Outlast, Scribblenauts, and maybe Totes. So much for catching up, now buried deeper than ever...
A lot of releases, but not much that seems to be grabbing my attention. Things are little quiet for me while I am waiting for Kirby. And after that it’s set to go quieter still. This lull is giving me a chance to catch up on some of my backlog.
"Poisoft Thud Card (POISOFT, $2.99) - It's a very fun card game. Aim to be the world's top Thud player"
It's ridiculous to just blindly copy and paste all of this PR nonsense, especially without even disclosing it. As it stands, this site is calling the game "very fun" although I'm fairly sure you have no idea whether it really is any good.
Wait, so no demo for Star Allies?! I might just set up a UK account.
I love the Scribblenauts series, but the mini games shown in the trailer really didn't interest me. I'm going to hold off on this one until I read some more thorough reviews.
Other than that, Mulaka has some great art direction and might be worth a spin. But I'll, again, wait for a review before jumping in. This was a surprisingly beefy week.
What about A Hole New World?
Outlast for me.
I read "Poisoft Thud Card" as "Poisoft Turd Card".
Where is Hole New World? Did it get pushed back to next week?
Other than that, Mulaka and Sengoku 2.
@Dom Are you planning on updating this article if and when the Kirby demo gets released today?
Mulaka has gotten pretty good reviews, might download that one. Detention seems okay, too.
I'm getting Mulaka, but I'm waiting for the my Nintendo program to update.
We need a Nintendo Direct for Spring games coming prior to E3...
Dang that’s a whole lotta games!
Want Mulaka for sure. A few others are maybe territory
Kirby or nothing! Guess it's nothing... Actually going back and doing some BotW DLC. Haven't dabbled in much more than the main campaign for Mario Odyssey either, so there's that.
I know Nintendo usually doesn't do this, but I really think XC2 will need a "Complete edition" once it's actually, you know, complete. FFXV is getting a sort of complete "Royal Edition" and it still has 4 more DLC episodes coming after that. I'm crossing my fingers anyway and putting XC2 Complete on my 2018 list for Santa.
Switch is certainly getting it's share of games. Maybe all these indie devs knew for certain in advance that there would be no VC on Switch so they're hitting it with everything they've got.
Honest question, does Switch have folders yet? There must be well over 100 games by now, surely they can't all just line up in 1 really long line, can they? Maybe 4 across and then scroll down? We only own about 5 Switch games and a few demos so it's never bothered us, but if I have 100 games I'm going to need folders. Lots of folders.
Hey @JaxonH how does the Switch menu work, you must own 50 games by now?
For anybody interested in the Switch Star Ghost demo, game released and reviewed last year, got an 8, sounds good.
Paper Wars Canon Fodder was $5 on Wiiware, $10 on Switch, inflation in action I guess. Though $10 isn't bad by today's standards.
@MyNameIsRandy They said "early March", so probably March 9th, the last day before mid-March. I've actually been waiting on an NL article announcing it's in effect, I thought it was today b/c I'm apparently illiterate.
@holygeez03 We know the spring games coming before E3, Kirby and Labo, we need a ND for summer, fall, and winter games of which we have no dates and relatively few games beyond Yoshi and toys-to-life spaceships. The Nindie Switch.
@Nintendoforlife Sure, but it hasn't yet, hence its absence
I'll wait until the My Nintendo change goes into effect. When it does, I'm absolutely getting Detention, and maybe Fear Effect, depending on how it reviews.
@Dom it’s out for us in the uk and eu
I'm curious about folders on the Switch too. I have over 30 games downloaded and they do line up one after the other for about 8 titles or so and then it goes into a overflow folder where they are all displayed in a grid pattern.
You get 10-15 that line up. After that you get an all software folder at the end, which takes you to an endless 5 column grid (think its 5 games per row, might be 6) of all your software.
It never gets mentioned, but Pic-a-Pix Deluxe has new DLC again this week. For those who need more picross in their life...
@SLIGEACH_EIRE You are completely clueless. Scribblenauts Showdown is NOT the biggest release on Switch and it is certainly NOT an average week. Aren't you bored of yourself writing the same negative things everyday?
@1UP_MARIO Just checked both eShops, and it's only on the EU one
I need to wait on reviews for scribblenauts.
@Dom lucky for us
@rjejr @JaxonH There are large icons for the 12 most recently played/downloaded games, followed by a folderish collection of small icons for every game, 6 per row, also ordered by most recently played/downloaded.
Just the free XC2 patch for me this week.
@1UP_MARIO The eShops rarely update in tandem, I'm sure it'll drop later.
There's still Wolfenstein and rumors/postings of a few 3rd party titles (like South Park) that could be spring releases, it would be nice to hear about.
Maybe that Xenoblade DLC. We'll see.
Mulaka if it reviews well. Hopefully there is a good game on sale this week.
@Cosats He meant biggest release on Switch this week. Also, why do I feel like the negative reactions to @SLIGEACH_EIRE's comments are more negative than the comments themselves?
“Detention” for me — I can’t wait!
I can’t really explain it, but I felt for some reason like “Hollow Knight” was going to make a surprise arrival today. The last blog post that Team Cherry made sure seemed to indicate that it was close, but that was on 1/31, and the whole month of February has now passed, so this strange hope kindled within me that they were going to “Pull an ‘Outlast’” and drop that awesomeness upon the eShop today. Oh well... maybe next week.
I'm probably gonna grab Outlast and potentially Detention.
Super Toy Cars has an amusing name and looks kinda interesting, but I dunno for now.
I'll get the latest XC2 update when it's ready. I've been enjoying that game quite a bit for the most part. (cutscene after seemingly endless cutscene being the exception) Skipping Blade bonding animations will be a small nicety.
I'm holding off on Scribblenauts - I figure the console release will likely be discounted at some point and don't see a need to pay full price for it, but would like to play it some day.
@SLIGEACH_EIRE Nineteen games are releasing for the Switch and you call the week average. #smh
@KeeperBvK I think it's pretty obvious they are copying Nintendo's PR press release. No way they could've downloaded and played all these before posting.
@Hikingguy: Ditto! That flappy birds mechanic was dreadful. 6 Tops.
Mulaka looks very interesting. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6XpatO5lafQ
Wow! Another big week...the 2 Hamster games and super toy cars for me!! Hoping to see the next Data East Game soon!!
@techdude FYI, Totes the Goat is also on iOS as a free-to-play game, if you’d like to check it out. Similar to Q*Bert, but much slower-paced. Given the developer (Atooi), I’d expect/hope that the Switch version is not FTP, but I don’t know.
@Hikingguy Thanks for the Star Ghost info. I have a demo addiction and was curious about the game so I looked it up and decided to add it to my post as the game released awhile ago. Well awhile ago to get a demo anyway, I'm still set in my ways and think they should release a week before the game, or the same week, or a week or 2 after, 3 months later is a bit much. It makes sense on Switch, the only way to stand out among the overwhelming tide of indies in the Switch eShop, I just thought it odd.
@PanurgeJr @JaxonH @rdrunner1178 Thanks guys, appreciate the feedback. That doesn't actually sound that bad, one line then a 5x grid. Would be nice to get a grid to start, or folders, but by the time I get enough games to matter I feel confident they'll update it. PS4 got folders late and I think 3DS got folders later as well. I also think 3D gave us the option to change from 1 long line to 2 lines by changing icon sizes but its been awhile since I've been on one. I recall themes were later. Not holding my breath on those on Switch though, not worth fretting over.
@MyNameIsRandy Wolfenstien and other 3rd party games rarely get talked about in NDs though, it's predominately 1st party focused, so they wouldn't have a spring ND just for them, they'd be filler between the first party titles, and I think we already know all of those.
Speaking of filler, I would like to have seen an ND for the XC2 and Mario+Rabbids story DLC but it doesn't look like XC2 is getting all that much, like Zelda last summer, maybe even less than that, so Mario+Rabbids DLC probably isn't enough info to warrant an ND.
Not to say I don't want an ND, we need one badly, Saturday would be good, 1 year Switch anniversary, b/c we need some news on some games after Labo in April, Nintendo always has a big game late May, and it may be Mario Tennis Aces, but then they need to promote that more if that's the case. And then game news for the rest of summer, and fall, and winter. They usually have games in August, Sept, Oct and November, and we don't have enough games to fill that many months, just Yoshi. Maybe they'll wait until E3, but I'd prefer some news now, more in depth at E3 w/ maybe some new games for next Jan-April.
I think they'll wait til e3.
And it'll be Yoshi, Fire Emblem, Pokemon, Smash Bros and Pikmin 4, with 1 month left out (probably July). Substitute your surprise choice for Pikmin 4 if you think otherwise, but I believe that pretty much sums it up. It'll for sure be Yoshi and Fire Emblem, Pokemon is highly likely but if not, expect Smash to fill that slot, and there'll be 1 (possibly 2) surprise titles announced at e3 that release this year.
Also possible that if Pokemon gets pushed back to 2019, they let a 3rd party fill in for Nov (like Call of Duty) and let Retro's new game take the spotlight instead. Cause that game is in it's 5th year. We're GONNA hear about it come e3. At the very least see the reveal. It still may not release until next year. Just depends what kind of game it is, how big it is and how hard they struggled to nail it (If it's 3D Donkey Kong they may have struggled finding the right formula that works).
Bayonetta 3, Dragon Quest XI (Switch version), SMTV and Metroid Prime 4 will headline 2019-2020.
I really miss the times where these descriptions had some info (not from the publishers) in them. Something like "we weren't too impressed with our initial impressions" or "The game was a blast when we tried it early, we will take it for a spin in a review soon". I understand there are SO many releases now that it makes it difficult, however it was really appreciated. I can never trust the PR puff pieces
@thesilverbrick Get HAL Lab's Part Time UFO for mobile, while you wait for the new Kirby - suuuuper fun - feels like a combination Kirby UFO ability and NES crane game. SO MUCH more charming and well designed than I was expecting. Music is so flippin cute too.
I'll be keeping my eye on Scribblenauts, & the reviews it gets from various sources, including here.
@Scrummer If you follow SLIGEACH_EIRE's remarks you will surely know that we (Nintendo Life readers) are being way too polite with him despite his everyday negativity for no apparent logical reason.
I never saw the new Jurassic Park tables for Pinball FX3 get mentioned... they were released on 2/20... I have also not seen any news on the Switch patch for 60 FPS handheld... anyone?
@JaxonH If they're waiting on DQXI on Switch until 2020 they might as well not even bother.
Agree with a lot of your E3 predictions, and yeah we do know about a bunch of games already, but I still think they need a ND in March for the gamers before they go all full press on Labo in April. Labo isn't exactly gamer friendly. I mean we're getting one, but we really ain't your typical hardcore gamers.
You also left out Super Mario Maker. My kids are convinced we get either a port or SMM 2 at E3. They won't have ports of SSB and SMM announced at the same time, so while we will likely get SBB, if we don't its b/c of SMM Deluxe or whatever they'll call it. So E3 will be good either way, but really, they just can't wait until then.
I mean think about it, what are they going to promote once Kirby releases in 2 weeks between then and E3, that's 3 full months, March 16 - June 12. 3 months. 90 days. Now I'm not saying they need to release anything during that time, though Mario Tennis Aces late May makes the most sense, but they need to have something to talk to gamers about while they promote Labo to everyone else. It will start looking like Wii U and Wii all over again if the only thing they talk about for 2 months is Labo.
The other reason for an ND is they called the last one, the really full 15 minute one, an ND Mini.
Why call that one "Mini" unless you are planning on having a regular 'non-mini" one soon thereafter? And by soon I don't mean 5 months later, which is how long it will be between that Mini ND and E3. Maybe you don't think 3 months is too long, but 5 months certainly is. If they are going to go 5 months between ND then just forget them and move on to something else. Go back to Space World, Space Worlds were great. But don't have a Mini ND in January and then wait all the way until E3 to promote any other games.
Pokemon, btw, I do think will be promoted w/ or w/o a ND, Gamefreak always every year has a trailer in the spring, that's a given. We'll see it before E3 whether it's coming out this year or next. That game isn't ND dependent. Save a big bombshell or 2 for E3, but promote Mario Tennis Aces and Yoshi starting Saturday, don't let all the gamers simply laugh at Labo for 3 months with no games on the Switch. That's just really bad marketing and asking for trouble.
And if they don't want to do an ND fine, but at least have a 3 minute "Switch in 2018' trailer on YT to mark the 1 year anniversary showing all of those upcoming games you mentioned. Labo too.
Switch launch trailer from Oct 2016, only 3:36, Zelda, Skyrim, MK8D, SMO, NBA, Splatoon 2. That's 6 big games in 3 minutes. Can't show off new games that way but the ones we know about can be. It's just a reminder. End it with "Coming to Switch 2018"
@Hikingguy "So I guess it can be a double edge sword."
I think when PS3 and Xbox360 were big and digital downloads were still relatively new demos were new and easy to release so everybody was doing them all the time, every single game. Now it's rare to find a demo on PS4. I think the devs realized most of their games weren't' that good and a demo was going to scare off more buyers than get new ones. Probably also cuts into the pre-order crowd if they can play a demo the week before release. (I really don't understand pre-ordering digital, they are never going to run out of stock.) I think the demos all got pushed back to a week after release, so they got their pre-order and day 1 sales out of the way, then a demo was a reminder for fence sitters a week or 2 later.
Nowadays with all the "beta" launches and GBs big updates and patches after release it's no wonder demos dont' happen. And by the time a game is out it seems like it's already on sale, so people just pick it up then. Almost nothing to be gained from a demo. And besides, seems like the only games releases these days are sequels. Nobody really needs a demo for a 2D Kirby or Yoshi game, or Uncharted or Halo or CoD. What's new that needs a demo?
Know what has a ton of demos? PSVR. Demos galore on that thing. I bought one last week, no games, but demos will keep me busy for a long time. Well demos and PS+ games, a few of those already. But it's new tech with new games, PSVR needs demos. I'm guessing PSVR 2 on PS5 has less demos, but it will still need a few, it's nto that big yet.
Another bunch of games I do not have time for. I'll pick up Totes the Goat for sure and will keep Fear Effect Sedna and Little Triangle as maybes.
@Dang69 I’ll give it a try. Thanks for the recommendation.
@Cosats Its why I've decided to push the ignore button on his comments. I feel better since then.
@Hikingguy I really like digital b/c I'm too lazy to get off the couch. But I really like disc b/c I can trade it in at Gamestop or lend it to my nephews or get 20% off pre-ordering it at Amazon like we did with Kirby. So disc wins. But if I were rich it would be digital all the way. Or maybe both if I were really really rich.
Downloads SHOULD be cheaper than disc or cart b/c they don't have to be manufactured in China, boxed, shrink wrapped and shipped overseas, then trucked to stores and warehouses. Serves don't' cost that much to run The problem with Switch is games coming out on cart months after digital w/o even saying they will be available on cart. But they should be more on cart. But then the problem is conversely, cart games, like AAA retail titles, should then also be cheaper digitally, but they never are, so I buy them on Amazon physically w/ 20% off.
Consumer always loses. Unless you wait. I've gotten very good at waiting. Currently waiting on XC2 and Mario+ Rabbids to finish before I buy them. Or waiting for things to come to PS+.
I'll definitely be picking up Star Force! Odd that it has been on JPS4 for awhile, but hasn't yet been released in the US on PS4. Definitely getting it for the Switch.
what moron wouldnt get sengoku 2?
Some good stuff this week. Xenoblade 2, Outlast and Fear Effect for sure. There are some other games I might grab depending on how well it reviews/general impressions.
@Cosats I know about his remarks, but keep in mind, he's not insulting anyone here. He's just stating his opinion. And looking at your comment history, it seems you get really riled up whenever he comments anything, so why not just press the ignore button? That's why it exists, to stop seeing the comments of someone who annoys you.
I am SO pumped for Xenoblade 2 New Game Plus, and I already had the expansion pass.
Star Force and Damascus Gear for me!
However, i'm somewhat disappointed we didn't get Kyogeki Quartet Fighters which Japan got last week. Maybe i'll have to use my JP account...
@0muros You know what? The ignore button was there and I didn't realise it. From now on I'll use the ignore button and thankfully I won't see any more of SLIGEACH_EIRE's comments. Thanks for telling me. You are a life saver.
i'll wait for the review for showdown. the gameplay that i've seen didn't look interesting.
@Cosats Its all my pleasure. I like to help kind people. Thanks to you for your reply. Im on this site for about 4 years I think and 10 months ago, my limit for this guy reach a strange level. Pushed the ignore button and everything for me was solved. Glad to share this freedom feeling with someone.
@Hikingguy "really chapping my hide"
Nintendo Life, where we all come to talk like our grandparents.
I'm not complaining, I have 2 kids on here, but you gotta admit it's kinda funny.
"It makes me sad to see the industry going in that direction and no one really putting up much of a fuss."
So many bad directions. We're all looking back at "horse armor" as the good ole days. Complaining does seem to be helping with loot boxes, so that's something, but gaming goes where the money goes. Much less of my money these days though. Says the guy who bought a PSVR last week.
@youkoaoshi don't you dare close your eyes...
Sheesh, so many choices. My poor aching backlog...
Mulaka would be my definite first choice when I get some money! That game looks so fun!
nothing for me... "GO HOUSTON ROCKETS"
@Proust Of course quantity and quality aren't correlated; but you may wish to pick a better week to make that point. While only three of those nineteen games have been reviewed here, two of those reviews are an 8 or a 9. Even if those are the two best games--and statistically that's unlikely--if the appearance of two very good games is average I'll take it, each and every week. @SLIGEACH_EIRE
@Hikingguy PSVR makes me nausea. I can only play for about 30 minutes a day. I tend to go more for watching and slow motion interacting like films more than Battlezone VR and RIGS. Haven't tried StarBlood Arena yet, probably gonna hurl. Blood Rush works fine, sitting in a haunted house ride, that's not too much for me. I played the demo for Moss, that was better than expected, I'll play it someday, whole game is only 4 hours, so maybe when it's $5.
But I bought a PSVR headset knowing that it was for the experiences, not for long term gaming sessions. 30 minutes a couple of days a week, if it keeps getting games for a couple of years, I'll be good. Way better than Wonderbook, that lasted about 45 minutes total. We did play a lot of Eye Pet, but Eye Pet 2 went unplayed.
I am very curious about PSVR support for Dreams. I've been waiting 4 years for Dreams, building my own marionette dolls in VR could be pretty cool.
Why no Kirby demo in NA eShop? I know I’m going to buy it but would have like to enjoy some sweet Kirby action while I wait for the full release
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