This game came out of nowhere!
I get the impression this hasn't sold too well on consoles, which is a shame. It's far better than most modern run and gun platformers.
The Nintendo store is run by The Hut, an outside company. It's likely they made a mistake. A Switch version may happen though.
One of the best family friendly titles this gen. Crafting, exploring, and fun mechanics. Should have sold better, so glad to see it's getting a second chance.
I should point out by "yesterday" I mean Monday afternoon, not launch day. I had a physical copy arrive early. I first managed to get online around 1pm on Monday (GMT, UK time). I also checked True Achievements around this time and saw nobody had unlocked any achievements yet, indicating it wasn't live yet.
I had a physical copy arrive early. I first managed to get online around 1pm on Monday (GMT, UK time). I also checked True Achievements around this time and saw nobody had unlocked any achievements yet, indicating it wasn't live yet.
The servers only went live yesterday afternoon - it's way too soon for reviews to appear.
Eurogamer has made a mistake, I believe. The last Burnout to take no.1 was Burnout Paradise itself in 2008 - ten years ago. They claim that the last no.1 was 2005's Burnout Revenge.
I'd like to throw it
This is unconnected from EA's Road Rash series
That was the PS2/Xbox version.
It isn't the last Wii U game - Cars 3 is due next month.
I don't see much truth in this, especially with confirmation that Switch FIFA is based on last-gen. Lots of young gamers still have PS3/360 and so there's a market there for FIFA.
There was an Activision collection on PS2 and PSP. It's quite hard to find nowadays. At least in UK.
Stretching for what? It's an article looking at consoles that had fewer than five games at launch, and the consequences thereof. The opening paragraph even damns the Switch's line-up
They couldn't get away with charging full price for a single collection and so made two budget priced collections.
It isn't intended to make the Switch line-up look good. It's just a list of consoles that launched with only a few games. The intro clarifies this.
That's mentioned in the article's intro, and not to take the piece too seriously
It's to gain shelf space. Can you imagine if the boxes were barely bigger than the cart?
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