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the one mode im looking forward to them adding is the rogue like mode. not sure how that's gonna work, but im hoping its like random rooms and such. would add a lot of replay for me
> Been ages since i played animal crossing i never got far past 15 mins but is it like
> Farmville mixed with the sims?
AC is one of the most boring Nintendo ip's
> JD wrote:
>> Been ages since i played animal crossing i never got far past 15 mins but is it
>> Farmville mixed with the sims?
> AC is one of the most boring Nintendo ip's
I find games where there isn't really a set objective horrible. Ex: AC, Minecraft, Terraria.
Animal Crossing is a game about nothing (think Seinfeld)....and I love it. I put about 120 hours into Stardew Valley this past year and will probably purchase Rune Factory in February
Minecraft is a game about nothing and is somehow one of the most popular games of the last decade.
ACNL is a game for collectors that has a simple social aspect, and allows the gamer to be creative in a wide variety of ways. There is an insane amount of content to collect. It's meant to be played 15-30 minutes a day, nearly everyday, but as said it's easy to drop back into if you take weeks off. I never got into any of them until NL, and I hate Stardew Valley (too much like Harvest Moon).
I can't really get into AC either. I can understand the appeal, but its not my kind of game and I'm usually really into games with alot of collectibles.
Aren't you forever in debt to a Raccoon in Animal Crossing?
I mean, FOREVER? His rates are incredibly competitive.
ACNL built in an out... trading in the stalk market.
> Rumors Swirling Intelligent Systems working on True to it's roots return to form
> Paper Mario for 2020. I hope this is true.
When I saw this rumor earlier it also mentioned a 2D Metroid.
Yeah I've been hearing rumors of a 2D Metroid as well with it possibly being a Super Metroid remake.
> Yeah I've been hearing rumors of a 2D Metroid as well with it possibly being a Super
> Metroid remake.
Ugh, I doubt it but what a waste of resources if true. You can play the game "free" with subscription and it holds up incredibly well today.
Speaking of leakers, wonder what will come of these people leaking Nintendo related info after that one Pokemon leaker is being hunted down by Nintendo right now. They seem to want to bring leakers up on charges now. Could prevent reliable info in the future.
> The rumor you guys are talking about said that it had some relation to Fusion. The
> leaker apparently got a lot of stuff right regarding last year's E3. Still should
> take any rumor with a grain of salt, of course.
I would enjoy a Super Metroid remake, but would much rather a brand new 2D Metroid. Something related to Fusion would be great! I know a lot of people aren't crazy about that one, but I love it.
> The rumor I saw specified a more "traditional" Paper Mario game.
Paper Mario 64 and TYYD are 2 of my favorites so this is ok with me. Someone made a comment that Nintendo is listening to their fans more in recent years. If you look at Mario Odyssey is the type of game Mario fans have been asking for since the gamecube days. So perhaps Nintendo is getting smarter. If they do this we need to support them and buy it day one. The Paper Mario fans have wanted this for a decade +.
I've never played Paper Mario (all though I do own a sealed copy) or Super Metroid so I would be cool with either a remake or new games.
> I don't go to Wal Mart very often but was surprised to see not one single Switch
> game over 49.99. No mention of a sale or anything, is that normal price for them?
Most first party Switch games at most Walmarts.
Walmart's been shadow pricing Gamestop out of the industry with Switch pricing. $10 off $60, similar discounts across the board.
FE:Three Houses DLC update:https://www.rpgsite.net/news/9353-fire-emblem-thre...
More details on Fire Emblem: Three Houses' side story DLC 'Cindered Shadows' have surfaced on Nintendo's Japanese official website. Notably, the page mentions that once this DLC has been downloaded, a Side Story entry will be added to the game's main menu, and its save data will be completely separate from the main story. The maps in this DLC are also said to have a lot of gimmicks, making the overall difficulty a bit more challenging from the base game.
This side story will have a different gameplay flow cycle from the main game's monthly training and end-of-month battles. While you could scout and recruit other students in the main story, Cindered Shadows will have you fight with a pre-determined set of members. Note that according to Nintendo of America's trailer description, once you complete the side-story, you'll be able to recruit the new characters into the main story.
Kinda bummed the save data is separate from the main story but excited for the new house
> I'm not super into Pokemon myself, but I thought this was an interesting debate in
> another forum, so I'll post it here. Again, this is not my opinion. It's just something
> for debate.
> When it's all said and done, Pokemon (Sword/Shield) is a $180 game. Change my mind.
I would say no, if you want a complete game its $60. Meaning you can play and complete a full game for the cost of $60. If you want a complete experience its $180 I guess (I assume this is $60 per game plus DLC).