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MrMischief

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  1. I've plaid this game quite a bit, although it has been a bit, and I don't remember there being a rule about trading after a certain number of turns. That may be a house rule you can enable though. As I remember, pressing SR after your roll brings up the trade window.
  2. anyone still play pokemon go

    I have to change my vote, I recently got back into Pokemon Go. Lots of changes since I picked it up last, not sure if they make the game better, it's just more of the same for me. But it gives me an excuse to go for a walk, so that's a good thing.
  3. Which game should I get?

    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.
  4. I found this on the interwebs hope it helps you!
  5. 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
  6. Is the Wii U worth it in 2017?

    One of the complaints I've heard about the Switch, which I've never seen discussed online in too much context, is that most families will end up buying multiple Switches. I know one family that already has three of them, one for each child and one for dad (my buddy). So they already dropped a nice amount of cash for the Switch and his new frustration is that Nintendo will not allow game sharing. So if he buys a digital copy of Shovel Knight on one console, that is the only console that can play it. To move it to another console he must change the users on both consoles. So he finds himself buying the same game two, sometimes three, times. Apparently this issue does not exist on the xbox. So for a family, I see the "it's too expensive" as a pretty valid excuse. For me, the Switch is perfectly affordable and frankly it sits at a very good price point. But if you have a family that can't share, the way Nintendo has accounts set up makes it very expensive compared to other consoles.
  7. Error code 2807-2806

    I can't look up that error code. Check this website and call Nintendo https://www.nintendo.com.au/help/switch-error-codes
  8. I finally got around to finishing Shaq Fu: A Legend Reborn and I have to say I had a lot of fun with it. I don't mind the crude, verging on racist, humor and the play style is reminiscent of early 90s beat 'em ups. There's even a move where you hit A to land a size 22 kick that launches the enemy straight into the screen just like TMNT IV: Turtles in Time. Shaq Fu never takes itself seriously, poking fun at crowd funding and the game itself. All of the old beat 'em up tropes are present and accounted for; endless enemies, random things in the background and foreground to smash, the odd object you can use as a weapon until it breaks, etc. At $20 USD in the eshop I think that the price is a bit steep for the amount of game time you'll get from it, if you play it on easy you can walk through this game in one sitting and I don't see much replay value in it. Harder difficulties does make it a longer process though. There is a DLC pack called "Barack Fu" that opens up a new story line where you play as President Obama, the humor continues as one of "Dirty Barry's" moves lets you call in a "Peace Prize" drone strike. Nintendo's eShop says it released on June 5, but I can't seem to find it. The game's website says that physical copies come with a code to download a "bonus game" later this month. I haven't seen what that game is yet but I would suspect that it is the DLC so if you really want to fight as Barack Obama the physical version might save you a bit of money. Overall I give Shaq Fu: A Legend Reborn a solid 5 out of 7 Size 22 Reebok Pumps. Pick it up if you find it on sale, and you enjoy old school beat 'em ups (think TMNT IV style with some off color humor and a stupid plot).
  9. Fortnite NOW AVAILABLE on Switch!

    I have no first hand experience but a friend of mine was telling me earlier that all the DLC is just skins. So yeah... should be worth trying.
  10. There hasn't been as much hype around Mario Tennis Aces, either from fans or even really from Nintendo themselves. So after spending the weekend with the demo, what is your impression? Does Nintendo know that they're serving a fault and that is why they haven't built up the hype, or is this going to be a surprise must own title? I spent a few hours with the demo, enough to get somewhere north of the 1500 points required to unlock Chain Chomp. I got to the final round a few times but I never won a tournament, so I think that means I'm OK at the game, but I'm not good. Within the first 30 minutes or so I was thinking that Mario Tennis Aces is going to be a must own game for me. I was having fun playing with randoms and would have some long volley's with people, each of us being able to return special shots. But after an hour or two with the game the repetitive nature of it began to wear on me. The soundtrack was the first thing that got to me, I really hope there is much more music variety in the final version. The characters are different, but not enough to make me be excited about playing against one vs the other. Maybe it's the people I tended to play against but most of the time I could use the same opening strategy and get a win within 2 to 3 touches of the ball. I entered the demo without a real clear opinion on the game one way or the other. As I said, initially I was infatuated with it. However; like most infatuations it quickly faded and I found myself only focusing on the flaws. I left the demo thinking it's a fun game, but I'll probably wait to pick it up on the cheap to keep around for a fun way to pass the time rather than to play seriously.
  11. What are you playing this weekend?

    You mean the 78 lap parade at Monaco? If I could go to any F1 race of the season I would pick Monaco, but really I think it has no business being a modern racing circuit. I think Kimi sums it up pretty well.... http://formula1.ferrari.com/en/f1-2018-monaco-gp-raikkonen-race-comments/
  12. Should We Board The Atari Hype Train?

    You mean Tempest 4000 is not a console mover for you?
  13. Should We Board The Atari Hype Train?

    It doesn't matter if the system is the most impressive thing to ever be called a console. If developers don't embrace the new VCS (seems like everyone forgot that the 2600 was called the VCS before 1982) this will be another failure for the Atari name. I think we need Atari to be successful. We need more competition in the console space to drive innovation. But I really just don't see a reason for developers to jump on board with the VCS and I don't think Atari has the resources to float it on their own like Nintendo can do. Atari also doesn't have the resources to entice developers to bring out games for this system. I may still buy a VCS, but I expect it to fail.
  14. Should We Board The Atari Hype Train?

    oh man the hype train is starting to move..... https://www.facebook.com/atariVCS/videos/453958355042086/
  15. No virtual console for switch :(

    The exact quote was: “There are currently no plans to bring classic games together under the Virtual Console banner as has been done on other Nintendo systems.” ... “There are a variety of ways in which classic games from Nintendo and other publishers are made available on Nintendo Switch, such as through Nintendo Entertainment System – Nintendo Switch Online, Nintendo eShop or as packaged collections.” To me this sounds like they may still have retro games, but they won't be under a "Virtual Console" name. Look at what Hamster is doing with Neo Geo games or Nintendo themselves with the "Arcade Archives" series. There is no technical reason that the same can't be done with other console games. By moving away from "Virtual Console" I think they remove some confusion that might exist in the market, and it gives them a leg to stand on for why they want to charge me $20 for Super Mario Bros. yet again rather than the $1 upgrade fee I was charged on the Wii U.
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