Here we are once again, happily lounging around for another weekend of gaming bliss. As always, team Nintendo Life has gathered around our enormously large table of chatter to discuss our weekend plans, sharing the games we hope to get stuck into and even some stories of picking up great games on sale. Feel free to read through our entries, and then submit your own via our poll and comment sections below. Enjoy!
Dom Reseigh-Lincoln, reviewer
This weekend I'm going to be returning to a much-loved game from over ten years ago in the form of Tales of Vesperia: Definitive Edition. The JRPG is about to sail into port on Nintendo Switch, and I can't wait to see how well this old sea dog holds up a decade on. I'll also be swinging various weapons into increasingly large crowds of goons in Dynasty Warriors 8: Xtreme Legends Definitive Edition. Presumably, I'll be using that ridiculously overblown title as a weapon as well.
Alex Olney, video producer
For Christmas this year I got my other half Skyrim, and as a happy accident I've managed to get sucked back into the game as well. Since it's not my first time playing by any means I thought I'd mix things up by attempting to play entirely unarmed, which is especially challenging given the skill for it is basically absent, unlike in Oblivion.
So, yeah. I'll be doing that pretty much non-stop.
Gavin Lane, contributing writer
I’m away for the weekend, so I’m considering giving the Switch a well-earned rest and digging out my dust-covered 3DS. Chrono Trigger has been sitting in the cartridge slot ever since tracking down a US copy a couple of years back. It’s high time I started – I hear it’s pretty good?
I have a problem, though: Pocket Card Jockey. Every time I open the 3DS, I end up hitting that icon and thinking ‘oh, just a race or two’ and three hours go by. On a console with an incredible and substantial library, it’s the horse-racing Solitaire game that keeps me coming back. Every. Single. Time. Game of the generation.
Ryan Craddock, staff writer
I appreciate that this is more predictable than a predictable thing having a predictably predictable time at a predictable party, but my game of choice for the weekend will absolutely be more of Super Smash Bros. Ultimate. I've already clocked in over 60 hours since it launched (which is a huge amount of time for me), instantly propelling into fourth place in my most-played Switch game list. (Others are Splatoon 2, Fortnite, and Zelda: Breath of the Wild in that order. Thanks for asking).
I'm having such a great time making my way through World of Light, playing multiplayer matches most nights with my partner (who's starting to get scarily good now) and even doing pretty well online. More please!
Gonçalo Lopes, contributing writer
No better way to kick off 2019 than a triple dose of Nintendo online events! Expect me to sit at home in front of the TV fighting it out on the ongoing Super Smash Bros. Ultimate Spirit Board event, splat for Team Family in Splatoon 2’s Frosty Fest, and still have time to represent Byte & Bark in the fourth round of the ARMS Party Crash Bash. Hopefully I will manage to stay away from first-party offerings long enough to do a few more Everspace: Stellar Edition hard difficulty runs and some lovely, better-late-than-never Pang Adventures tour mode progress.
Austin Voigt, contributing writer
With the start of the new year, I’m currently in completionist mode. It’s one of my resolutions to stop letting my backlog of games stack up - especially because I know 2019 is going to be huge for Nintendo. So, not only am I trying to juggle unlocking characters in Smash Ultimate with beating the Elite Four in Pokémon Let’s Go, I’m also working on finishing up Super Mario Odyssey, completing the Champion’s Ballad in Zelda: Breath of the Wild, and making more progress in Splatoon 2... along with many other games, on the Switch and beyond. There just aren’t enough hours in the day, man.
Liam Doolan, news reporter
Over the past week, I’ve added two new games to my Switch library. The first is ARMS - a title I never really intended to purchase because of my concerns regarding the online population in my region. However, when I saw this game for less than half its normal price, I couldn’t resist. The second game I’ll be playing this weekend is Fire Emblem Warriors. It’s another game I never expected to see in my own collection. I contemplated it on release but decided against it at the time due to more anticipated titles. As it was also less than half its regular price as well, I didn’t hesitate. I think this is the first time I’ve ever walked out of a store with more than one Switch game. It felt like Christmas all over again.
Which games are you playing this weekend? (395 votes)
- Dynasty Warriors 8: Xtreme Legends Definitive Edition 0%
- Chrono Trigger1%
- Pocket Card Jockey1%
- Super Smash Bros. Ultimate29%
- Splatoon 216%
- The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild6%
- Everspace - Stellar Edition1%
- Pang Adventures 0%
- Pokémon: Let's Go, Pikachu! and Let's Go, Eevee!8%
- Super Mario Odyssey5%
- Fire Emblem Warriors1%
- Something else (comment below)24%
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Finished moonlighter yesterday. Amazing game. Now its on to everspace. Kinda want to check out starlink.
I beat Okami HD last week, so I can now catch up with Smash and maybe some Splatoon 2.
princess madelyn & monster boy. I love my retro but it feels a little bit too much like Im just playing ghouls n ghosts & wonder boy all over again..
@WiltonRoots I finished that game on the wii. was a great journey if not a tad bit over bloated imo
Sonic 1 then smash then back to my second play through of botw. 😁
After a busy period, I continued Hollow Knight. I finally beat hornet 2, so that’s exciting to me. What a great game!
mainly bomber crew after finally buying it a couple of days ago
Fire Emblem Warriors. Just completing the campaign on Lunatic and then ill start the History Maps.
@ZeldaNX Yeah great fight and some of the best music in the game. So epic.
Still trying to beat her on radiant level. So close, yet so far. 😅
I'd really like to play more Dark Souls (which is absolutely absorbing) and Smash, but I made the mistake of buying Let's Go Pikachu for my kids at Christmas, and now I can barely get to my Switch.
On the plus side, this means I have finally started Persona 3 Portable on my old PSP - I'm hoping it will whet my appetite for Persona 5 Reloaded when it is announced for Switch in the next Direct (fingers crossed, toes crossed, everything else crossed).
Going back to finish Octopath which has sadly been neglected since starting and now finally finishing Dark Souls for the first time (90+ hours). Once I've finished Octopath I think I'm going to start either Banner Saga or Into The Breach.
Started Octopath traveller. Impressed so far. Finding the story exciting! And a bit of shrine Hunting in master mode botw
This my last weekend before college starts back up for the spring semester, so I'll take advantage of my last weekend of complete freedom for 3 months by finishing up Bayonetta 1 and hopefully making some substantial progress in World of Light. Will also be continuing my Path of Radiance playthrough, getting pretty close to the ending.
I`ll be playing: Football Manager 19, Civilization VI , Crossing Souls ,
Mostly P5.I think I`m pretty far in. What a great game. I`ll also probly Finish Grimm`s 6th season and Violet Evergarden on Netflix.
@mr_grimm no better time to try starlink. The physical release (starter pack with fox and one other character) is now only twenty quid in the UK, down from a whopping 70. Picking up my copy today, then back to warframe. Haha
@MattFox good luck with season 6. It was a season too far for me.
Playing Owlboy loving it. Picking up Starlink on Monday as Kid_Keo says down to 20 quid in the UK, everywhere.
And... I'm back to Isaac! Oh man. Am currently mopping up Greedier mode... only a couple of characters left for that now. And I hear that the final booster packs are now with Nintendo for approval! Can't wait!!! 😆
"What Are You Playing This Weekend?"
Oh behave with these rhetorical questions.
Monster hunter GU really need to get cracking on this as I'm only at 300hrs gameplay and this should be 500hrs by now!
@Painay Well I certainly got my £16 worth out of it, so I can't complain - it really picks up in the last few areas and it's definitely made me want a sequel. I can imagine they could produce something quite spectacular with that art style on today's machines.
@BensonUii It's a great game - it's not tough to beat but I see the game as more of an experience than a challenge, much like Wind Waker. The art style and the music and the story all fit together very well and the combat feels like the foundation from which Bayonetta was built upon, very responsive and satisfying.
It's definitely a huge nod to 3D Zelda games which is no bad thing and the final boss is an almighty battle. My nitpicks would be some overly long dialogue in places and brush strokes can be misread at times, oh and a digging section where I had to walk away for half an hour as it was driving me mad. Also when you go into the last section there's no turning back and tying up loose ends a la Zelda, so I missed out on finishing a few sidequests.
Edit: it was another game where I found myself hitting the capture button quite a bit as I love the art style.
Just started Moonlighter on Switch. Seems good but has similar jumpy slowdown to Dead Cells. 30 hours into Assassins Creed Odyssey on PS4 and starting to get very difficult.
Smash just came in the mail, so obviously I’m playing that. I also just picked up Horizon Chase Turbo on sale, and this game has greatly exceeded my expectations! It’s been stealing some hours from Smash for sure. Otherwise, I also got Go Vacation along with Smash, and I also got Blossom Tales on sale, but they’re on the back burner for now.
Road Redemption, and Mega drive classics ( Why can't Nintendo do the same with SNES ??)
@BensonUii I did it in 52.5 hours, but I spent a lot of time exploring and wasting time, feeding animals and whatnot, at a push I reckon you could do it in 40 or less.
Stardew Valley and Octopath traveler
I am going to play DQXI, Medabots 9 Rokusho, Buddyfight, hopefully some Crash Bandicoot N Sane Trilogy, and yeah that's pretty much it. I made a list of games I want to get for the Switch this year and I'm trying to reach those goals. Not too many games though; just the right amount. I'm also waiting for my Digimon 3DS game to come in the mail.
@WiltonRoots well there was a sequel on the ds that was a big step down from the original. I played the sequel okamiden before playing okami n thought it was pretty great. when I ended playing okami later afterwards I realized how much more grand it was in every regards compared to the ds sequel
@Painay I don't get much time to play games, so it was something I had to try and set time aside for as I knew I would get sucked in for hours at a time playing it. It's a shame that the game wasn't more successful really as it definitely deserves it.
@klingki Horizon Chase Turbo is definitely on my radar...I loved Top Gear on the SNES.
@MarzipanD Season 4 was the worst in my opinion. Now I`m kinda just going with the flow lol.
Been following Nintendolife for some time and finally joined today. I'll be gaming some Mario Odyssey, splatfest, smashysmash and Fitness Boxing!
@Chimaj Welcome! The community here is pretty nice, one or two trolls aside lol
Smash, Torna, Pokémon Let's Go, Hyrule Warriors, Monster Hunters GU. I'm really looking forward to next Friday, with the release of NSMBUDeluxe and Tales of Vesperia.
@BensonUii I would say is more in the line of 30h for a first lay through (it also has a Ng+). Unpopular opinion but I really disliked this game as apart from the art style I found many things very annoying (you cannot skip cutscenes and the voice in the style of banjo are very very annoying in a way that I reduced the voices sound to the absolute minimum, the story is meh and the combat dull as I literally spam buttons and died literally zero times (I am the guy that struggles to bit an ocarina dungeon without dying a couple of times...))
Assuming my subtle attempts to put my hand on a girls knee fails at my local Starbucks, I'll be finishing off Phantasy Star and Stella Glow.
Finished world of light yesterday but still have 2/3 battles left in it (and half of the spirits to unlock outside that mode...). Will probably go online as I finally subscribed to the service but my first attempt showed me that I am even worst than I thought (and I knew I was bad). As I have online now I will probably launch arms as it is a game I can be competitive. I am going through phantasy star 2 on the MD collection and bought the full throttle remaster on sale...
@MattFox Thanks! 😁
@WiltonRoots I can give it a strong recommendation. It’s funny, I never played arcade racers at all growing up, so there’s really no nostalgia involved in this game for me, it’s just a really good game on its own merits. If it hits the nostalgia bone for you, that’s just an added bonus!
I play KATAMARI!!!! I love this game
Since I finished Shantae and the Pirate's Curse a few days ago, I am playing Half Genie Hero now. Also probably some Stardew. Considering yet another run in Civ 6 too.
I’m playing Civ 6 at the moment. It’s the only game I’ve played since I downloaded it over Christmas.
Completely hooked. I’ve been playing til 1 or 2 in the morning. Haven’t done that with a game for a long time.
I finally finished the post-game of Dragon Quest XI.
I'm already looking forward to the Switch release.
Reading Jane Eyre and loving it. Writing at the Public Library. And playing rounds of Smash and Lumines Remastered in the moments between. Happy weekend!
@Heavyarms55 I’ve had my eye on Shantae some time now. I like Hollow Knight and Dead Cells and Rayman but not Dust... Shantae’s down to $10 on the eShop... worth it?
@NybroCymerej ummmmm.... how about we skip touching people without asking them if they want to be touched and go straight to the video games?
@nofriendo shantae games are not as good as hollow knight and dead cells but are fun platformers (I would recommend it for that price tag)
And I just got a copy o Wolfenstein 2 off the local store...
RIME and VSR: Void Space Racing
Mainly multiplayer stuff, doesn't make much sense for me to start a single player game with the next Direct probably in less than a week (10th January seems like a likely outcome given past years). A bit of single player though in the form of World of Light NG+ and maybe Termina Map for Hyrule Warriors Definitive Edition.
@kid_keo I played warframe on switch and liked it quite a bit, but its a little too much of a time investment at the moment, and quite complicatet to be honest. Also a little burned out on destiny type game loops. But maybe starlink is the game I wanted no man sky to be. Also itching for some star fox.
Don’t starve Nintendo switch edition
Just finished Tiny Metal! Great little advance wars clone.
Now I need to wrap up Monster Hunter Stories end game and maybe start Gris.
Besides some routine stops by the freemium side (Paladins, Warframe and Dawn of the Breakers), I predictably keep jumping back to Smash - and I haven't even done much in other modes (including the adventure one I welcomed) because I'm hooked on the Spirit Board. It's not just the event - the very mechanic feels like the best thing to have happened to the series in a long time! Some may label Smash Bros the best fighting games out there, but for me it's always been Dissidia 012 - and I probably need not elaborate how the spirit system, a myriad of characters to unlock in varied challenges, level up and equip in varied combinations for more varied challenges, brings Smash an enticing step closer to the hybrid JRPG/fighter goodness of that classic. And said characters come from all over the place, it seems! Assist trophies impress as well - never thought I'd encounter a Fatal Frame girl photographing me into a stun (maybe she's not new, but my experience before Ultimate was only the original and Smash For).
Hoping to do more open worlders this weekend as well - just started the second Traffic case in LA Noire, got off the surface of Kirite in Starlink and finally continued Companions questline in Skyrim (thank goodness, Gallows Rock didn't become a dead end despite me having recklessly raided it long ago). I might also do a few more runs in the roguelites - particularly Crypt, Tallowmere and Isaac. It's nominally a long weekend after all (we're celebrating Christmas on Jan 7 here), although on the flipside, I'll be stuck at work, including the schedule-induced downtimes, this Sunday as well. Portability is a magic word for a reason folks. I may even squeeze in some more Vita where I just got two more games as well (Akiba's Trip and Sonic ASRT) and have been drawn into sporadic sessions of Papers Please in the past month.
And yeah, dear Lord, Pocket Card Jockey... I've had a long break from it after getting a whole bunch of trophies including the Royal Derby (and dropping by again the other day showed my skills have rusted a bit since), but this game can pretty much compete with Civilization in addictiveness. Imaginative and adorable, too.
Just picked up Iconoclasts the other night since it's finally on sale! I started playing that as a palette cleanser after working my way through Deep Nest in Hollow Knight. I couldn't go to sleep with that area on the brain. Lol
Btw, Iconoclasts is great fun, and such witty writing, I love it! I still can't believe it was made by one guy!
That's all I have time for this weekend, then I'm starting Okami HD.
Play Smash, botw, but mostly dark souls 3!
I'm slogging through World of Light. I may also try to finish up my run through of Fire Emblem Blazing Blade. Just a couple chapters left. After that, on to a second run of Binding Blade.
@Chimaj welcome! That sounds like a good weekend of gaming, enjoy
I came down with the flu yesterday, so that means nothing but gaming while reclining. I plan on maxing out my title on Frostyfest, and in between I’ll be playing Smash and getting that yellow Yoshi in Mario Tennis Aces before he goes away.
@Balta666 I’m really keen to play Wolf 2 on Switch, have you had a chance to play it yet? I love DOOM, currently playing it again on Ultra Violence. Getting my backside kicked lol
Probably some Warframe and Smash on Switch!
And the real beauty of the game. It makes you capable of things you didn’t think were possible. One of the most memorable games that I have played in the last years.
Good luck with beating her!
Pokémon Let’s Go Eevee and maybe some Smash and Splatfest
Some Everspace sounds good. Definitely some Diablo 3, and Animus though.
@MattFox I'd agree with that. 6 was a case of are we not there yet?
On my eighth playthrough of Breath of the Wild. Also got my x-arcade controller in the mail for my MAME computer so after setting that up I'll need to play some classic arcade games the way they were meant to be played....in my mancave 😆
The holiday celebrations are finally starting to wind down for me, so I'll have more time to game this weekend. I've been taking my time with Majora's Mask 3D and hope to finally tackle Woodfall Temple in a little while; I've spent most of my time so far exploring and helping the folks of Termina. I've so far earned nine masks and have seven heart containers for my trouble.
On the Wii U front, I'll be continuing chapter 2 in Super Paper Mario. Other than a couple of minor issues with some of the mechanics, I'm quite enjoying this game so far. I need to stop playing it late at night, otherwise I probably wouldn't have been so braindead when fighting Fracktail....
More retro goodness for me with Die Hard Trilogy and the excellent Resident Evil 2 on the original PlayStation and the long forgotten but still great Exhumed on the Sega Saturn, not to mention Panzer Dragoon Zwei
Having just returned from christmas vacation, I’m finally going to find out how Super Smash Bros. Ultimate and Sid Meier’s Civilization VI play in non-handheld mode.
This weekend is NDS time.
So, i play :
1. Kirei Zukin Seikatsu 2 (NDS)
A Cute touch screen game with a beaver dressed up like house maid in mission to clean up all dirtiness on its world. The gameplay is similar like Cooking Mama style. Pretty easy, but some of them needs more accuracy. This game have a storyline. I still have to figure it out how to continue the storyline.
2. Gardening Mama (NDS)
Keep continue my progress to unlock everything.
3. Kurikin : Nano Island Story (NDS)
Keep leveling up my Swordstar Kins to be at least Lv 50 to beat the Final Boss in Acid situation to grew up my colonies.
Pokemon Red Version (GB) - Resuming my playthrough and find myself in Celadon City getting ready for my fourth gym.
What in the World? (Windows Phone) - Almost done
Fallout 3 (Games For Windows) - Still Let's Playin.
Smash, Hyrule Warriors, Diablo, Grim Fandango Remastered and Dust on the Switch, really still have too much to play after christmas.
Well in a very quick turn of events i bought a wii u the other day as some you know. With that said I'm playing thru minish cap for the first time. Living it but now I'm desperately missing smash. Smash has become my 2nd favorite game on switch very quickly. There's so many games I want to play on Wii u right now but my dilemma will really be next week. Nsmbu preordered from amazon coming Friday and ive had onimusha pre purchased for a while now. Man, what kind of mess did i get myself into with buying a wii u!? Oh and I have spirit tracks I just bought too
I am playing Picross S2
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Pocket Card Jockey all the way @GavinLane That game is an amazing time sink. Finally completed Golf Story this week and working on Octopath again.
I'm not playing anything on my Switch this weekend. Been playing GTA V and Fortnite on my Xbox instead.
Labyrinth of refrain. Really love that game and that type of games!
Super Smash Bros Ultimate, SNK 40th Anniversary Collection, Capcom Beat em Up Bundle, Neo Geo games, and Fitness Boxing.
Splatfest on Splatoon 2 and doing some Battle Tree on Pokémon Ultra Sun.
Lego the Incredibles (Switch)
PS Plus free game for January is Fallen Legion: Flames of Rebellion On Vita and PS4. Probably give that a try.
Just keeping busy till KH3 😅
Final Fantasy 6.
@Medic_alert very nice. Congrats on getting those copies. Just finished seasons a couple weeks back and working thru minish cap now. If I dont see a wind waker game ( collection or port) coming to switch in January's direct ill be grabbing it on Wii u post direct
Playing through more of Spyro 1 on PS4 (got the trilogy for Christmas) and then more of Smash Ultimate on Switch. Will play some Splatoon 2 for the Splatfest too, though I will probably be really rusty
Smash Bros Ultimate once my Gamecube Adapter comes.
God of War (PS2, not the reboot on PS4.)
Persona 4 and FES - FINALLY i can try these games, i've been meaning to buying them. but i've been busy trying out other games.
Animal Crossing on Gamecube
@Medic_alert good stuff my man. I thought about buying a gba(or ds) and a cart of minish cap but looking into it I wouldve spent some good coin. Not to mention i wanted a cart of spirit tracks too. Altogether for 3 items it wouldve been the same cost as me buying a Wii u refurb.. so I opted for that as I'll have a lot more flexibility. Was able to get spirit tracks, minish cap and some for a lot less. Thats cool though that you were able to grab all those for cheap. Minish cap has been great thus far. I'm at the entrance of the mines dungeon
@Captain_EO just started and did the first few missions. I am not a big fan of FPS on a controller and did not enjoy doom much (trade it before finishing it) but decided to give this a go as it has a story. It plays different to doom as it is not as frenetic but if you enjoyed the other will definitely like this one as well
I finally got Civ VI yesterday, so I'll be diving into that after work today. Played around with it a little bit last night, just familiarizing myself with the controls and the differences between V and VI. Civilization has always been one of my favorite series and I was ecstatic about it coming to Switch, but hesitant about the controls as this is a classic keyboard-and-mouse game. I hope I can adjust to the controls - having Civ on the go is a dream come true for me.
I'm still working on Pokemon LGE, got half the gym badges and still having lots of fun. I shelved my main squad and the quest for the moment so I can level up some of my weaker monsters.
Played a little of the ARMS Party Crash yesterday and got totally owned. It's been a month or so since I last played, which as it turns out is not a good recipe for success in a fighting game. Will go back today.
Still playing Spirit Tracks and really getting into it more. Also just got Spyro Trilogy on PS4 so looking forward to playing that if I have time.
Nearly finished Artstyle Picopict, the last two remix levels are really hard.
This week I will be mostly playing
Mario & DK Minis on the Move
A little bit of Smash, although my interest has waned after I unlocked all the characters.
I’ve dipped my toe into the strategy genre with Into The Breach and Advance Wars on rotation
@Medic_alert i get it. I would do the same thing too. Yea fusion is on my radar for sure once i clear out my main titles.
I’m on my 8th playthrough on botw as well!
Gonna be playing some more Smash Ultimate. I beat World of Light and I'll try to finish Classic Mode with all characters and get some more spirits in Spirit Board. Maybe I'll partake in some online matches too
Well, after FINALLY getting my hands on a Switch, with Breath of the Wild and Super Mario Odyssey, it will come as no small surprise that I will be playing those two games, and besides that, I've surprisingly enough become quite addicted to an annoying little game called Fallout Shelter...
Splatoon 2 (go Team Friends!) when I have energy and Stardew Valley when I do not have energy.
December has been a really lousy month for me. Lots of work and stress. Yesterday I've started replaying BotW. It helps me to unwind.
Just started Xenoblade Chronicles 2. That should keep me going for a couple of months. Will probably dip into the Splatfest too.
@carlos82 Die Hard trilogy on the PSX is the game that got me into gaming. Played it at a friends house one Christmas and my love of video games was born. Enjoy!
@Balta666 thanks for your reply. I’m considering pulling the trigger on MK8 Deluxe as it’s currently on sale digitally and I have some Gold Points to use up too... but Wolfenstein 2 is on my radar.
I am going to read a book. Seriously, just got Botw "Creating a champion" in the mail. 400+ pages about the game, I hope it is as good as the reviews.
Been playing FF Tactics A2 on and off for 8 years. Feel like I’m making some progress.
Double dipped on Fate Extella, xenon valkyrie + and Vs Super Mario (not a fan of xenon so far and I prefer the Mario that's being held hostage by nso)
I'll be playing through more of Phantasy Star 4 on the Genesis Classics collection. It's a surprisingly fun and accessible RPG, although the difficulty can get a bit out of hand at times. At first it was jarring to play an RPG where you can't restore your magic points or revive fallen party members except only at inns, yet the game is designed around those mechanics so it all works together. I'm especially loving the aesthetics. The manga-style cutscenes are really cool, and the music is awesome too--I love the Genesis soundchip!
@nofriendo If you're looking for a very solid metroidvania, absolutely. Both games are really fun. Pirate's Curse was originally a 3DS game and does look it, but it does little to take away from very solid and fun gameplay.
@Captain_EO you cannot go wrong with mk8. It is still the best couch multiplayer on switch to play with people that does not game often
I finally got Starlink on the current sale and I am loving Desert Child since i picked it up right before Christmas and it’s one of my favorite games on the Switch!
@Balta666 oh I know... I played it to death on Wii U and bought all the dlc. I had no intention of getting it on Switch though, I generally don’t double dip... but I know so many people who got a Switch and MK8 Deluxe for Christmas that I feel left out lol. It going on sale on the eShop just tipped me over the edge.
It is all about Phantasy Stat and Warframe this weekend. My new years resolution is to finish Phantasy Stat I-IV this year.
Can't stop playing Warframe. Took the plunge and got Chroma Prime. Haven't touched Destiny since Warframe came out. Need to finally beat Ganon in BotW and then play MM 3D since I've beat Ocarina and LBW. Also really hoping for a Monster Hunter Stories to head to Switch.
I am forever playing Pocket Jockey myself. I leave that icon out and get sucked in. What a surprise of a solitaire game on 3ds! They took Solitaire and actually made it fun. Ive also been playing another Miracle of a game on the Wii called Blue Ocean. Open world Diving sim which is off the hook good. Funny thing is Part 2 is even better than part 1. If you have Wii or WiiU and are looking for something totally unique pick up Both Blue Ocean and Blue Ocean 2. They are dirt Cheap 10 bucks each on ebay or around 15 new if you like a new shiny. Well worth it and educational to boot. Good stuff.
I wish 3ds had come out with more racing games with some good content. Companies really dropped the ball in regards to racing on 3ds. Mariokart 7 is awesome but sometimes you just want to sink your teeth into something a little more realistic.
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