You said "laugh post" whatever that means
You invalidated your entire post once you used a juvenile middle school term like "gaystation"
I think the way it works as a console/handheld hybrid is pretty neat. And there are so many ways to play with the joy cons, they have motion controls biult in and each joy con is like its own controller, so right out of the box you can do splitscreen multiplayer with 2 people anywhere. The system has plenty of flaws but it is unique and I think will be worth a purchase soon.
I am aware of the difference, not sure what your point is? I think the switch's ability to run a game that looks as good as rmx as well as it does shows that it is more than a slightly upgraded wii u.
Fast rmx also maintains 60 fps for 4 player splitscreen, which is pretty impressive. It also keeps a steady 60 fps better than the wii u at a higher resolution with better lighting and particle effects so its probably a decent bit more powerful. I think the switch is probably closer to an xbox one than the wii u, people forget how many 900p 30fps games the xbone has.
Tru i forgot that came out launch day
Only other good game atm is fast rmx, not really what many would buy a switch for ofc.
Most shooters are the same one game to the next honestly.
Majoras mask has aged much better though.
How the hell does it feel like it needs mouse and keyboard, I bought it on pc but I would always use a controller for games like that.
All thanks to Zelda really
Co op makes this game so much more fun, its crazy.
Well Im pretty surprised to see emulation this far along.
Geez the spam has gotten so bad on this site
Between Mario, Splatoon 2, and Zelda there is still way more reason to buy a switch year one than there was for the wii u.
N64 will never be too low res.
A lot of people are giving it a 0 on metacritic out of spite, the user score is basically worthless.
Not sure how anyone is overreacting to your comment lol
If you didn't have time to read anything but the headline, wouldn't his comment be more valuable to you? Since you were too lazy to click on the link.
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