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Topic   Nintendo Switch! (IDs and codes)

citizen_zane
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20-Oct-2016(#1)
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This is a list of everyone's Nintendo ID's, friend codes, and Switch user names. Please PM me if any of your info needs to be updated.

Updated 1/8

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BloodPuppetX
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25-Jan(#2)
Celeste is currently $6.79 in the eShop so I finally bought it. (Had 150 gold points as well.)
bogo
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26-Jan(#3)
Soooo, I think I'm one of the few that have literally never had a problem with the joycons, ever. I still have a v1 and have had a set of cons from launch and I've had no drift issues at all.

I can't blame anybody for being aggravated with the issues that you personally have, but don't forget that those are, to an extent, just personal issues. If you use anything for too long, it'll wear out; at least the joycons are ~$50... Much better than a ~$2k TV or something that craps out on you.

I'm just reminded of the xbox's red ring of death, where you were absolutely f'ed. Things are never perfect, just chill and enjoy things :)
theJaw
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26-Jan(#4)
Also have yet to have any joycon issues and I got Switch when it first released. Lucky I suppose.
DarkFact
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* 26-Jan(#5)
Zero issues. Many, many, many Switches (I think I'm personally on my sixth, roommate's on his second?) and my roommate had ONE drifting issue that I fixed with a Q-tip and some alcohol. And he plays with his Switch at least eight hours a day.
Kommie
Quadruple Gold Good Trader
26-Jan(#6)
Was just playing handheld with Joycons. It's honestly way more stressful on my hands/wrists playing it regualr Joycon mode VS with the pro controller and Switch grip holder thing, not even close.
SilverOwl
Quadruple Gold Good Trader Secret Santa
26-Jan(#7)
I use this grip thing when playing in handheld, it helps a ton
dustin11
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26-Jan(#8)
Day 1 adopter too and Zero issues for me also.
Scott
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26-Jan(#9)
I mean, it's clearly a very widespread issue. Of course it's not going to happen to every single person, but it affects a ton of people. Nintendo should have fixed this by now.

Kommie
Quadruple Gold Good Trader
26-Jan(#10)
Scott wrote:
> I mean, it's clearly a very widespread issue. Of course it's not going to happen
> to every single person, but it affects a ton of people. Nintendo should have fixed
> this by now.
>
>

I've seen it on Lites too.
bogo
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26-Jan(#11)
To fix it, they would have to recall every single switch. I do think that they made a mistake by not changing the piece out in the newer models, but there's nothing they can do for the ones that are already out there
KCPenguins
Gold Good Trader
26-Jan(#12)
So I fired up Murant Football League for the first time since last year and was surprised to see they had updated the rosters to 2019 for free, and they added the Texans and Vikings. Really cool of them to do this.
Kommie
Quadruple Gold Good Trader
26-Jan(#13)
KCPenguins wrote:
> So I fired up Murant Football League for the first time since last year and was surprised
> to see they had updated the rosters to 2019 for free, and they added the Texans and
> Vikings. Really cool of them to do this.

Is it any good? Keep hearing conflicting things.
KCPenguins
Gold Good Trader
* 26-Jan(#14)
Kommie wrote:
> KCPenguins wrote:
>> So I fired up Murant Football League for the first time since last year and was
> surprised
>> to see they had updated the rosters to 2019 for free, and they added the Texans
> and
>> Vikings. Really cool of them to do this.
>
> Is it any good? Keep hearing conflicting things.


I really like it. It's a surprisingly deep NFL Blitz/MFL crossover. It's not the most polished game out there, but dynasty mode is basically a football rpg, and it has lots of modes/options. For $30 if you like Blitz, the NFL and MLF it's a no brainer.

Biggest drawback is they don't have all the teams.
DarkFact
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26-Jan(#15)
Scott wrote:
> I mean, it's clearly a very widespread issue. Of course it's not going to happen
> to every single person, but it affects a ton of people. Nintendo should have fixed
> this by now.
>

Maybe in Japan people's houses aren't as dusty?
whitefire
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26-Jan(#16)
Ignore this if this has ready been discussed. I just saw Arlo's video about Nintendo's stance on no refunds for digital pre-orders.

What are your thoughts on that? I'm kind of in-between myself because I'd like to be able to get refunds, but I also see digital as different than physical.

https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=t2Yqxuf6InU

ErickRPG
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26-Jan(#17)
I personally think there should be a 24 hour full refund policy on all digital purchase. That means you actually get to play it, and if you hate it then get your money back. So yeah I hate Nintendo on this one.

beavis
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26-Jan(#18)
whitefire wrote:
> Ignore this if this has ready been discussed. I just saw Arlo's video about Nintendo's
> stance on no refunds for digital pre-orders.
>
> What are your thoughts on that? I'm kind of in-between myself because I'd like to
> be able to get refunds, but I also see digital as different than physical.
>
>
>

Assuming this is pre release and they aren't offering a refund it's absurd. I glad we are realistically probably a decade away still from full digital because I will hold off as long as possible. It's fine for indie games but I just don't see a good reason to buy A+ titles digitally.
ErickRPG
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26-Jan(#19)
I've said it before and I'll say it again. As soon as we are digital only for $60+ games, I'm out. I don't care how good the games are. I have enough games on gog and physical backlog to last me the rest of my life.

loztdogs
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26-Jan(#20)
ErickRPG wrote:
> I personally think there should be a 24 hour full refund policy on all digital purchase.
> That means you actually get to play it, and if you hate it then get your money back.
> So yeah I hate Nintendo on this one.
>
>

^this for sure. Especially if there's no demo.


Kommie
Quadruple Gold Good Trader
26-Jan(#21)
Steams policy is 2 hours or so of gameplay, after that you can't refund.
whitefire
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* 26-Jan(#22)
Kommie wrote:
> Steams policy is 2 hours or so of gameplay, after that you can't refund.

That seems much more consumer-friendly.

That said, despite Arlo calling the argument bullcrap, I think those who say "You know that it's not refundable, and you chose to purchase it anyway" make a great point. Lots of things are non-refundable (for instance a lapdance with a stripper or many entertainment/theme park tickets). That's just the way it is sometimes, and Nintendo's under no obligation to to refund. Sure, some companies might choose to, but Nintendo's a great company who have a lot of consumer-friendly policies (a point that Arlo makes multiple times). No company is perfect, and no refunds on digital purchases is not that bad, IMO.

On the other side, it would be much more consumer-friendly of Nintendo to implement something like Steam, and I hope they do.

Kommie
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26-Jan(#23)
24 hours is absurd, you could beat a game in that time.
whitefire
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26-Jan(#24)
Kommie wrote:
> 24 hours is absurd, you could beat a game in that time.

What does Steam do with really short games you could be in 2 hours?

Kommie
Quadruple Gold Good Trader
26-Jan(#25)
whitefire wrote:
> Kommie wrote:
>> 24 hours is absurd, you could beat a game in that time.
>
> What does Steam do with really short games you could be in 2 hours?
>
>

I've never refunded a game, can't say. Untitled Goose Game could be beat in that time if you've played it before.
SilverOwl
Quadruple Gold Good Trader Secret Santa
26-Jan(#26)
I wonder if they also updated the rosters in mutant football league for xbox one? its one of the few xbox games I have on disc, might pop it in and give it a go
PizzaTheHutt
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26-Jan(#27)
whitefire wrote:
> Kommie wrote:
>> 24 hours is absurd, you could beat a game in that time.
>
> What does Steam do with really short games you could be in 2 hours?

They seem pretty lenient
https://www.polygon.com/2017/11/15/16657156/sonic-...
KCPenguins
Gold Good Trader
26-Jan(#28)
Sounds like the Ravens are DLC...
TalonJedi87
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26-Jan(#29)
2 hours seems fair to me. I usually know within the first hour if a game is my cup of tea or not.
Guru
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27-Jan(#30)
Guess people will have to do a bit of research before prepurchasing digitally.... or just hold off.
Scott
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27-Jan(#31)
bogo wrote:
> To fix it, they would have to recall every single switch. I do think that they made
> a mistake by not changing the piece out in the newer models, but there's nothing
> they can do for the ones that are already out there

That's what I meant, fix it on new models. Not keep sending out hardware that's extremely prone to fail so quickly.

mcorrado
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27-Jan(#32)
KCPenguins wrote:
> Sounds like the Ravens are DLC...

They also added both LA teams. From what I understand, they want to add 2 teams or so a year since they aren't releasing the game every year. Hopefully they continue to update rosters every year for free.
KCPenguins
Gold Good Trader
27-Jan(#33)
mcorrado wrote:
> KCPenguins wrote:
>> Sounds like the Ravens are DLC...
>
> They also added both LA teams. From what I understand, they want to add 2 teams or
> so a year since they aren't releasing the game every year. Hopefully they continue
> to update rosters every year for free.


This is awesome. Honestly party of the reason I quit playing dynasty mode because Kareem Hunt was still on the team.
dustin11
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28-Jan(#34)
Nintendo just did a bit batch of trademark renewals. Could be nothing but I'm hoping some of these are true.


Freaky Forms, Kirby's Adventure, Kirby Air Ride, Kirby 64, Kid Icarus, Jam with the Band, Golden Sun Dark Dawn, Dillon's Rolling Western The Last Ranger, Face Raiders, Eternal Darkness, Majora's Mask, Card Hero, Balloon Kid, Animal Crossing, City Folk, Alleyway, WarioWare Smooth Moves, Wave Race, Mario Sports, Mario vs Donkey Kong Mini-Land Mayhem, Urban Champion, Wind Waker, The Adventure of Link, Swapnote, Super Mario World, Super Mario Sunshine, Steel Diver, Spirit Camera, Kirby Mass Attack, Skyward Sword, Shadows of Almia, Radar Mission, Pushmo, Pullblox, Phantom Hourglass, Ocarina of Time, Nintendo Presents Style Boutique, Nintendogs + Cats, Mario vs. Donkey Kong Minis March Again, Crusi'n

beavis
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28-Jan(#35)
Give me some sort of Zelda Ultimate disc with all games on it and you can keep everything else released in 2020
ErickRPG
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28-Jan(#37)
no interest in paying that much just to transfer my pokemon accross games. I did enjoy Sword a bit but I think I'm about done with Pokemon. I traded sword along with some other games for Beggar Prince on genesis. Bye bye pokemon!

Scott
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28-Jan(#38)
beavis wrote:
> Give me some sort of Zelda Ultimate disc with all games on it and you can keep everything
> else released in 2020

There are so many Zelda games, I doubt we'll ever see a collection of all of them (as awesome as it would be). I'd at least like to see all of the 3D Zelda games (pre-BotW) in a single Switch collection. It's slightly annoying to me that the OoT/MM remakes are on 3DS while TP/TWW are on WiiU, especially since both systems are on their way to being obsolete. It would be great to have all of them on Switch, plus Skyward Sword which hasn't gotten a remake yet.

dustin11
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28-Jan(#39)
If we see any Zelda collection it would be like Zelda 1 & 2 in a bundle or maybe Phantom Hourglass 1$2. They sell so well I don't ever see them making a big compilation, as much as that sucks.
whitefire
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* 28-Jan(#40)
Did you guys see that Nintendo's releasing 64GB carts soon. Supposedly, that will mean the smaller ones will be cheaper (more 3rd party games and less download), and bigger games will be able to fit. According what I saw, almost every game out now for consoles will fit once optimized (i.e. once they remove the crap that the switch can't do anyway). I still suspect larger downloads, but that's at least a step in the right direction. A lot of games are still 32GB or less. I'd really like to see them release a 128GB and lower the prices to essentially what Blu-Rays cost. That would really be developer-friendly.

I understand that it's not just up to them, but still.

ErickRPG
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28-Jan(#41)
I'd be perfectly happy with a wind waker HD and TPHD physical release for Switch. I already have 3 zelda games on 3DS, 1 on DS, and 2 on Switch. Between those 3 systems most of the ones are available to collectors. Some day I might have to get zelda 1 and zelda 2 on GBA.

BloodPuppetX
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28-Jan(#42)
@tonymack21, would you recommend Thronebreaker: The Witcher Tales at $20? I see it released in the eShop today. I didn't even know it was a thing.
tonymack21
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* 28-Jan(#43)
BloodPuppetX wrote:
> @tonymack21, would you recommend Thronebreaker: The Witcher Tales at $20? I see it
> released in the eShop today. I didn't even know it was a thing.

its the single player story compoent to the standalone Gwent game, so if you dont like the card battles then probably not. its neat, i like it but i loved gwent. i would say check out some videos of the gameplay its prob not for everyone even if you liked the other games.


BloodPuppetX
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28-Jan(#44)
tonymack21 wrote:
> BloodPuppetX wrote:
>> @tonymack21, would you recommend Thronebreaker: The Witcher Tales at $20? I see
> it
>> released in the eShop today. I didn't even know it was a thing.
>
> its the single player story compoent to the standalone Gwent game, so if you dont
> like the card battles then probably not. its neat, i like it but i loved gwent.
> i would say check out some videos of the gameplay its prob not for everyone even
> if you liked the other games.

I liked Gwent quite a bit. How many hours did you put into it?
tonymack21
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28-Jan(#45)
im not finished with it myself, but its a 20-30 hour game depending on how quick you play, would prob take a litlte longer to 100% it

TalonJedi87
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28-Jan(#46)
Guru wrote:
> Pokémon Home details
>
>
> dead face

Looks like I'll be doing premium for one month, transferring everything from my bank and home to Sword and getting rid of it.
Lunar
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28-Jan(#47)
Am I the only one who is happy I quit Pokemon Go midway into the frenzy and never looked back?

I'll be playing Pokemon Yellow on Nintendo 3DS and save myself ANOTHER useless subscription service.

BloodPuppetX
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28-Jan(#48)
tonymack21 wrote:
> im not finished with it myself, but its a 20-30 hour game depending on how quick
> you play, would prob take a litlte longer to 100% it

Downloading it now...and happy birthday!
tonymack21
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28-Jan(#49)
nice, and thanks :)

BloodPuppetX
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28-Jan(#50)
tonymack21 wrote:
> nice, and thanks :)

I've played for an hour and enjoying it. I can see myself really getting into it once these tutorials are done. I'm just surprised that I hadn't heard of it until it got released (with no prior announcement) in the eShop.
tonymack21
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28-Jan(#51)
It's been out just long enough on the other platforms it's not being talked about much ...I think I even saw something saying they were not going to keep the psn/xbl multiplayer up much longer now that I think about it..most of the crowd still playing multiplayer matches is on pc apparently so they are going to focus on other things

longhornsk57
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30-Jan(#52)
Hey so I am considering buying one of these pokemon shield or sword games. I've never played a pokemon game in my life except for Pokemon Stadium on the 64 and I've used a couple in Smash Bros.

Bu this seems like the type of game you could pick up for 10 minutes and do a battle and get out or something, or is that basically it?

I dunno might be interesting to nab. What's the difference between the two though? What makes Shield vs Sword? Is one better than the other? What is this "pokemon home" thing.

I've google searched a bit but honestly I feel more confused.
loztdogs
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30-Jan(#53)
If you have never played Pokémon I would recommend let's go. Imo it's much more fun than sword/shield and better captures the Pokémon spirit. Sword/shield is much to easy.

Scott
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30-Jan(#54)
loztdogs wrote:
> If you have never played Pokémon I would recommend let's go. Imo it's much more
> fun than sword/shield and better captures the Pokémon spirit. Sword/shield is much
> to easy.

Easier than Let's Go? If so, that's pretty crazy, because Let's Go was super easy.

Scott
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30-Jan(#55)
longhornsk57 wrote:
> Bu this seems like the type of game you could pick up for 10 minutes and do a battle
> and get out or something, or is that basically it?

Not really. It's basically an RPG, but instead of party members, you have up to 6 Pokemon at a time. There are tons to choose from, so you can pick which ones make up your team, and swap them out as you please. Types play a huge role, every pokemon has 1 or 2 types (water, grass, electric, etc), and types are strong/weak against other types. I mean, thanks to the sleep feature, I guess you could pick it up and play in small chunks, but it's probably better in longer sessions.

> I dunno might be interesting to nab. What's the difference between the two though?
> What makes Shield vs Sword? Is one better than the other?

Everyone generation of Pokemon has done this. For the most part, there are a small number of pokemon that can only be caught in one of the games, and a small number that can only be caught in the other. The vast majority of Pokemon can be caught in both. The games are nearly identical except some minor differences here and there. I heard the towns look different or something in this one, but I haven't played it yet. In Ruby/Sapphire, there were different gangs you battled throughout each game. For Sword/Shield, I would just pick whichever legendary you think looks cooler.

> What is this "pokemon home" thing.

Basically, since there are so many Pokemon in each game (and you usually can't catch EVERY single Pokemon in a single game), you can use Bank/Home to transfer Pokemon between games. It was Bank for a while, but Home is coming soon and supports the newer games.

longhornsk57
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30-Jan(#56)
Wow Scott, thanks for the info.

Which one do you think has cooler legendary ones?
Scott
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30-Jan(#57)
longhornsk57 wrote:
> Wow Scott, thanks for the info.
>
> Which one do you think has cooler legendary ones?

I just meant the two on the cases, the one with the shield face and the one with the sword. I think those are the only legendaries in the game that are exclusive to one version or the other. I like the shield more, personally.

whitefire
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30-Jan(#58)
For people who think physical is dying, apparently, over 2/3 of first party switch games sold in 2019 were physical.

loztdogs
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30-Jan(#59)
Scott wrote:
> loztdogs wrote:
>> If you have never played Pokémon I would recommend let's go. Imo it's much more
>> fun than sword/shield and better captures the Pokémon spirit. Sword/shield is
> much
>> to easy.
>
> Easier than Let's Go? If so, that's pretty crazy, because Let's Go was super easy.
>
>
>

Much much easier. They start you in safari zone and you can pretty much just grind it out for different levels of exp booster type candies. You can spend 20 min there and level up 10x. I dunno I didn't care for this iteration of Pokémon. It felt deflated in a sence that they made it super accessible to all age groups by nuking any sort of challenge and basically handing over items, power ups and exp boosters with out really having to earn or look for it.

It got too a point at least for me where I was just skipping dialogue to finish the game. I destroyed the last tournament without much effort I was so over powered by that point.


Scott
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30-Jan(#60)
loztdogs wrote:
> Much much easier. They start you in safari zone and you can pretty much just grind
> it out for different levels of exp booster type candies. You can spend 20 min there
> and level up 10x. I dunno I didn't care for this iteration of Pokémon. It felt
> deflated in a sence that they made it super accessible to all age groups by nuking
> any sort of challenge and basically handing over items, power ups and exp boosters
> with out really having to earn or look for it.
>
> It got too a point at least for me where I was just skipping dialogue to finish the
> game. I destroyed the last tournament without much effort I was so over powered
> by that point.

I'm hoping to finally play it soon, so I guess I'll see for myself. I'm trying to finish up Emerald, the last 1/4 or so has been a real slog.

Kommie
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* 30-Jan(#61)
whitefire wrote:
> For people who think physical is dying, apparently, over 2/3 of first party switch
> games sold in 2019 were physical.
>
>

Makes sense for first party, but if first party were 20% off on the eShop I wouldn't get physical.
whitefire
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* 30-Jan(#62)
Kommie wrote:
> whitefire wrote:
>> For people who think physical is dying, apparently, over 2/3 of first party switch
>> games sold in 2019 were physical.
>>
> |>
>
> Makes sense for first party, but if first party were 20% off on the eShop I wouldn't
> get physical.

That's true. To me though, if I do buy physical (and I buy a lot of digital), the best incentive is that is I dislike it or finish it but don't have the time or the inclination to play it again, I can typically get around 2/3 of my money back (probably more if I have someone use their GCU which I almost always do). That's enough incentive in and of itself.

dustin11
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30-Jan(#63)
With Nintendo's insane resale value on their 1st party you can typically get almost all your money back even if you sell the game a year after its been out.
whitefire
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30-Jan(#64)
dustin11 wrote:
> With Nintendo's insane resale value on their 1st party you can typically get almost
> all your money back even if you sell the game a year after its been out.

That's true too.

TalonJedi87
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* 30-Jan(#65)
Finishing up Ultra Sun then moving onto Sword next but I do think this is my last go at new Pokemon unless they remake Gold/Silver again which were my faves. It's just becoming way too costly to "Catch 'em All".
JD
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30-Jan(#66)
Looks like new switch bundle incoming - Animal Crossing

https://www.gematsu.com/2020/01/animal-crossing-ne...

And no new switch model this year

https://www.gematsu.com/2020/01/nintendo-has-no-pl...
Lunar
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30-Jan(#67)
Just saw the Animal Crossing one for pre-order on BB.

It's a cute color,though I don't really care for AC.

PizzaTheHutt
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30-Jan(#68)
Why would they not bundle it with the game?

dustin11
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30-Jan(#70)
Switch also had one less holiday season too.
Scott
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30-Jan(#71)
TalonJedi87 wrote:
> Finishing up Ultra Sun then moving onto Sword next but I do think this is my last
> go at new Pokemon unless they remake Gold/Silver again which were my faves. It's
> just becoming way too costly to "Catch 'em All".

I REALLY hope Gold/Silver gets the Let's Go treatment like Red/Blue did!

DarkFact
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* 30-Jan(#72)
whitefire wrote:
> For people who think physical is dying, apparently, over 2/3 of first party switch
> games sold in 2019 were physical.
>

Makes ludicrous amount of sense. Why buy Odyssey digital at $60 when I can buy it physical for $50 at Walmart during a no-sale?

First party Nintendo titles buck trends across the boards, mostly because Nintendo is extremely reluctant to devalue its IPs, more fervently on Switch than any other platform before it. And why should they? Breath of the Wild is still in the Top 10. Years later. Get that $60. I'm sure if we ask the majority of Switch owners if they want to pay $30 for Namco Museum physical or $15 digital, they'll throw the cart in your face and tell you to fudge off. And considering the frequency of third party digital sales on Switch platform...
whitefire
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31-Jan(#73)
dustin11 wrote:
> Switch also had one less holiday season too.

Yup. 52 million from 3 holidays and showing no signs of slowing down. I'll be honest. I always thought they'd do well, but I never thought they'd hit 100 million. I'm assuming they'll have 5-6 holiday seasons.

Scott
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31-Jan(#74)
Seems like just yesterday the Nintendo haters were still screaming "Nintendo is dead!", despite the Switch being off to a killer start. That's finally gone away, for the most part.

Sun
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31-Jan(#75)
I just picked up Slay the Spire & Sparklite for $35 total from GameStop. These rogue-like games are what's filling my gaming time right now since I only have chunks at a time to play while raising my infant son.
Finn
GameTZ Subscriber Quadruple Gold Good Trader Global Trader - willing to trade internationally Canada
31-Jan(#76)
I only have one 1st party game that is digital and that was because the only store around had no copies of Mario Party (they usually are a week or 2 behind) and I did not want to drive to the nearest Walmart or EB games 45min away.. Just wish they would have sales, I would buy more that's for sure.




Scott
GameTZ Gold Subscriber 250 Trade Quintuple Gold Good Trader Global Trader - willing to trade internationally Has Written 2 Reviews
31-Jan(#78)
That's fine with me, I really don't feel like they need a Pro model right now. Maybe next year it will make sense.

dustin11
Double Gold Good Trader Global Trader - willing to trade internationally
31-Jan(#79)
They're also selling an insane amount of 1st party software. They released their numbers yesterday and they now have something like the top 5 best selling 1st party titles this generation, and thats with only 52m consoles on the market.
beavis
Quadruple Gold Good Trader Global Trader - willing to trade internationally Has Written 1 Review
31-Jan(#80)
How many of yall are multi Switch console households? I never thought I would ever own two of the same consoles in the same house, but we bought my son his own Switch for Christmas. For 6 years old he is shockingly good at Donkey Kong. It also gives me time to play my Switch again haha

Topic   Nintendo Switch! (IDs and codes)