Look at them pixels, man! It has pixels, all of them!
So... yes, it is the same SSF2THDR game... with new features added to it and a few gameplay tweaks.
Definitely not worth the asking price in my opinion.
Cuphead looks damn amazing, too bad I won't be able to play it for a while (don't have Xbox One / PC).
However, if Microsoft's past history with indie games is any indication (and third party exclusives for that matter), I'm betting this will be available for PS4 in a few years, or any other platform I actually have. I can wait.
Dude, sorry to say this, as I usually agree with you most of the time... but this? This post of yours right here, is just you being a douche.
Don't be a douche, man. This post is exactly as bad as people shitting on a Zelda thread just because it's not pushing hyper realistic graphics, only on the other extreme.
Digimon? Don't be stupid. Pikachu is from Naruto.
i don't see a source to the Kotaku article anywhere. Am I supposed to just take thos article's word? God forbid I get a proper context for everything before passing judgment... but hey, it's cool to hate Kotaku, O guess.
I don't know if it will, but I hope it does. In the long run it will only benefit us all as gamers, even if that means having to endure one or two console generations with less graphical prowess.
This is how computers stopped being monoliths the size of buildings and eventually managed to fit a room, then fit a (relatively) small box with a monitor, after all.
There's nothing minor about the physics system in Zelda Breath of the Wild, so don't try to downplay it.
That said, Horizon's focus lies elsewhere, and it's also a great game for different reasons.
Enemy AI and animations are better in Horizon than in Zelda, that's true (and combat, while we're at that)... but physics? Lol, no, dude. Zelda absolutely pummels Horizon to the ground when it comes to the physics.
These two comparison v...
Nintendo constantly refreshes and experiments with their IP's. Also they don't tend to release game franchises annually, and their games are usually very well made.
That's why I don't get tired of their games.
Yes, it's fun solo if you try to get all gold stars on all cups on all racing speeds (50, 100, 150, 200 and mirror). That will take you a good while.
Then you have online multiplayer, which is a blast. Not as good as local multiplayer, obviously, but still a lot of fun.
Don't be ridiculous.
I loved the Wii U (bought it twice in fact) but please stop with the elitist judgmental attitude. The Wii U wasn't an interesting enough product for the gaming market at large to consider buying it, and that's Nintendo's fault, not the people's.
Just be glad that the Switch is attracting new customers because that's a good thing for everyone, yoyrself included. More people = more incentives for devs to make games for the system. Welcome them with open ar...
Yes, because this version is much better. What's so hard to understand?
I agree with you on almost everything, except the "having to be retarded to re-buy something you liked at full price" part.
I mean, I'm on the fence myself. I already put more than 150 hours on Mario Kart 8, and I don't know whether to cancel my preorder for MK8 Deluxe or not. I'm just not sure if I want to pay full price for a game I already played, but on the other hand, I want to re-experience it with the new modes and gameplay changes, and at full ...
Battle Mode and 2-item holding are new.
And 2-item holding will completely change the racing experience, probably making it way more chaotic and unpredictable than the Wii U version.
Enjoy it. Mario Kart 8 was arguably the best in the series already despite its absolutely atrocious Battle Mode, so this version with a proper Battle Mode will absolutely rock your world.
Yeah, I agree, those motion control shrines can go to hell. And I usually don't mind motion controls in games, but they're really clunky and unintuitive on this game. But whatever, they're only a very small handful out of more than 100 shrines, so in the end it's not a big deal at all.
Nice try, but nope, not true at all. You don't even have this game.
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