It has co-op! If your girl is anything like my girl, I think she'd appreciate it: https://www.polygon.com/e3/...
Exactly - what a moronic title for an article! :D
Moldybread - the answer is no. It's a hardware dealie, having to do with the HDMI connectors.
I agree with Dalailana - provide a link for the US where you can get it at the $299 MSRP.
I recommend "Mario + Rabbids: Kingdom Battle," too. If you like XCOM games and their ilk, it's a no brainer... I've been junking out on it since it launch - now trying to 100% it!
Given how prone to motion sickeness, nausea, etc. a lot of people are when experiencing VR, I'm not sure if "Hurl" is the best title. :)
Umm... it's not coming out for the Wii U. Why would they develop an entire game for a system that it's not coming out for, then port it?
I kept missed opportunity to get the gold nunchuck - it would show up occasionally as a Club Nintendo reward.
As I get older, I try to eat healthier (I'm 46...) but I must confess, sometimes I get a SERIOUS craving for the Bell. :P
Taco Bell, Mountain Dew, Doritos... it's nice to know that the folks at Microsoft encourage healthy eating.
Unfortunately, the Switch has digital-only shoulder buttons, while the GameCube had analog... as a result, games like Super Mario Sunshine, which utilized the analog shoulder buttons to control the intensity of the FLUDD, would need to be adjusted. (Regardless, I cannot wait to play some GC games on the Switch!)
You do realize that Nintendo is 57 years older than Sony, right?
From Wikipedia's entry on Minecraft: "As of February 2017, over 121 million copies have been sold across all platforms, making it the second best-selling video game of all time, only behind the various releases of Tetris."
You omitted the Zelda Expansion Pass, which is another $20... so, $500 altogether.
2pacalypsenow, Only $4K? What a p.o.s. My Higherfi receiver cost me $995K. https://www.higherfi.com/sp...
It says the game is glitchy...
They may not be able to drop the price, but if they packed-in a game and kept it at $300 for the holidays, they'd make a killing. (Super Mario Odyssey, perhaps?)
You've clearly not played the game. There is no "running through seemingly endless empty space." The game is rife with fantastic locations, areas, shrines, dungeons, villages, NPCs, labyrinths, temples, etc. etc. I think people like you base your comments solely on the videos shown during last years E3, which hilited only a miniscule fraction of Hyrule. I cannot recommend this game enough.
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