Gamespot, not Gamestop.
@-Foxtrot I wouldn't call it a GC 2. GC wasn't a hand held. I'd say it's the successor the Gameboy more than anything. Think about it. It's a single screen hand held device that can be easily displayed on a TV.
This isn't surprising. After all it's very much a hand held first.
Remember this is pretty good for a portable. The Switch is very much just a hand held that you can easily display on a TV.
"Moving on to visuals, we also learn that the game will have a film-grain filter."
Never understood why devs think this is a good idea. It's a video game not a film. It adds absolutely nothing but annoyance.
Would be cool to see that new FF explorers game for the Switch.
Not really. It's pretty on par with today's technology.
Halo 1 definitely had a special charm back in the day. I think Halo 3 greatly surpassed it though.
I really wish they would make one of these for PS4. FF mixed with Monster Hunter sounds pretty fun.
Wow that's quite a bit too. Sucks for them.
Knowing Activision it will be released for everything. XB1, PC, Switch.
The N64 is still my favorite Nintendo console, but wow these people are just sad.
Yeah watch they turn Onimusha into a Souls clone...
How do you know? He's a dude so I'm sure he loves some chick ass. Unless he's gay? Hey I'm not one to judge if your god loves to pack fudge.
Well they are much larger than the cartridge is the whole deal.
Finally with the power of the XB1 Flat Earthers can proof the Earth is flat!
That guy was seriously a die hard fan.
If adults didn't play video games there would be no video games. Do you realize how large the percent is of adults? It massively outweighs children.
I'm getting one when it's available simply because I want to play Zelda at its best. Do I feel like a moron for spending close to $400 for one game? Of course. I have money to blow though so I don't really care. I fully realize that this thing won't do well at all though, but at least I know what I'm getting into. As for those others who actually think this thing will be as big as the Wii... well that's their problem not mine.
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