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Showing most liked content since 06/16/2018 in all areas

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    This will most likely be an easy game for Pokémon go players, but it still looks cool to me. I have played Pokémon for a while and I think the game looks good. I’m also looking forward to transferring my Pokémon from go into let’s go Sent from my iPhone using Nintendo Switch Forum - Nintendo Radar mobile app
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    Mario Kart is a lot of fun, you can play online but I find it better as a couch co op. Splatoon is great fun, but it's basically just an online multiplayer. Keep in mind that come this fall we're expecting that you will have to pay for Nintendo's online services which if you don't want to do may render Splatoon all but useless to you. I haven't played Hyrule Warriors, hack and slash games tend to not be my jam but I've heard good things and eventually I will pick it up. Xenoblade looks great as well, I haven't got it yet only because I'm trying to collect a variety of type of games, for now BotW fills the open world spot I have in my collection.
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    Remember to be careful with what games you choose to play. Here is a song to help you remember to be aware of the crime in video games, even those you may not suspect
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    I don't think Splatoon would be the only game to be severely hurt by this online service paywall. Future flagship games like Smash Ultimate will most likely become obsolete if Nintendo doesn't revoke the online service payment system. A lot of online games that Nintendo will release to the future might just die out because of their decision. I just don't understand why Nintendo would do this. Sent from my SM-G532M using Nintendo Switch Forum - Nintendo Radar mobile app
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    Hopefully the toy isn't required and it's more of an optional extra kind like how Amibos work. More toys is the last thing I need 🤣 but it is a cool concept don't get me wrong (flying via the gyroscopes in the joycons) and slapping a little custom ship on top. I did see that Starfox will be joining the game, so that'll be fun! But yeah, if the toy is required Itll be a no-go until I have space. I never paid much attention to the Starlink portion of the E3 presser, was anything new announced ? Sent from my SM-N950F using Nintendo Switch Forum - Nintendo Radar mobile app
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    There's basically no difference overall, a couple frames here and there and some things have been rearranged and added/ taken out from the port but otherwise you wouldn't know which was which unless someone told you without guessing. I think the switch version actually suffers from frame drops in more places than on the wii u which isnt surprising considering the bonus of it being portable a small price to pay overall. Plus both versions have slowdown and fps drops due to certain areas have to load more detail in and then it all comes down to optimisation in parts plus reading speeds are faster on switch which will help to mask these problems.
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    Actually not much difference. The game was announced for the Wii u, but was ported to the switch. Sent from my itel A31 using Nintendo Switch Forum - Nintendo Radar mobile app
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    If that doesn't work get it sent to Nintendo and they should fix it. Sent from my KFFOWI using Nintendo Switch Forum - Nintendo Radar mobile app
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    My best advice for you is too contact Nintendo and tell them exactly what's going on. If anyone can help you it's them. Remember to give them as much information as possible. https://en-americas-support.nintendo.com/app/contact Hope this helps! (: Sent from my KFFOWI using Nintendo Switch Forum - Nintendo Radar mobile app
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    This is happening to me too I don’t know why and it still charges me the money if I try to buy stuff Nintendo aren't even helping me

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