Needed boobies, blood, and brown haired straight white guy shootin' guns, but OK.
I'm very happy to see Bomberman back on a home console. The game looked fun, too.
The WinStore needed improvements long ago, but at least they're finally coming.
Yeah, the Switch definitely doesn't have that much third-party support. Couldn't buy any third-party games at all for the Switch as of right now. /s
I got to play Aqua Moto Racing Utopia, and loved it. It was like a spiritual successor to Wave Race 64 but with more content. Too bad the price tag was so high, though.
Have to put it out to pasture, for sure.
I remember starting out with Star Fox Zero's tutorial and going, "WTF am I supposed to do!?!" By the end of my experience with the game, I was flying around using the TV screen, pointing the GamePad slightly to the side to shoot enemies out of my traditional line of sight, and getting all the medals in the game. Really rewarding experience, but there is a barrier of entry, for sure!
Definitely. Idiotic to put it right between CoD and EA's own Battlefield.
When I just saw the story image I got confused, thinking "Titanfall 2 actually SURPRISED me with how good it was." Then, I read the article and was just nodding my head through the whole thing. :)
We're not even a 4K household yet, and here comes 8K. :O
Here's hoping Sonic Mania and Sonic 2017 are good!
I need to get my butt in gear and play Dishonored 2, but I have so many other games to play. Though, I guess that's an awesome problem to have.
This will be good for PC players!
Love finding secret areas in the game!
Never got into this series. What would be a good starting point?
My favorites were Doom and Titanfall 2.
I agree as well. Too many devs focus on both single and multi and that makes both suffer.
If the digital content issues aren't remedied with the Switch, I'm going to be flabbergasted.
A nice way of putting it!
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