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  1. After playing the second I'd find it difficult going back with all the QOL improvements, and basically just everything as @ann coulter says, but it's a great game still and worth playing.
  2. Not yet, I'm too busy putting roofs on everything in my farm!
  3. Just little things such as pressing down on the d-pad to drop any item in your inventory into your bag, which is also bottomless now, has such a big impact on your enjoyment, not having to constantly micro manage it all the time. Honestly it just keeps hitting high after high, throwing more and more stuff at you - and just when you think something might become a chore, they improve that too - constantly impressing and providing so much satisfaction and gratification.
  4. This is so good, I love how much the residents do now, it's a fully functional little community - way more advanced than the first one.
  5. Me too, paid for the season pass already, and from what I've seen it looks good.
  6. Ok let's try again:- Are games designed from the ground up solely for handheld use on Switch? Were they on GBA? I mean basically all I'm saying is that the screen can't get much smaller than a Lite because some games are already difficult to make out on a standard Switch as it is. It ain't rocket science
  7. I'm essentially playing through the game twice, my daughter needs a little help with the reading, and then my own game which I'm further ahead in that I just play on my own. It's great seeing how differently she does things compared to me.
  8. Yeah Super Metroid has oodles of atmosphere, I remember being completely gripped and just couldn't stop playing it, think I completed it in just a couple of days - absolutely loved the dark and foreboding atmosphere.
  9. If it makes it easier for you to understand then yes.
  10. Same here, I was older but it stopped me in my tracks, I had no idea games like this existed or could exist before I played it. There is basically before and after Zelda for me.
  11. I'd forgotten how addictive DQB can become, and I've barely even begun really - I'm trying to take my time and build things nicely, but it's so compelling driving the story forward as you unlock more and more recipes and abilities. It's 2am!
  12. Stanley

    Nintendo Switch

    Dragon Quest Builders 2.
  13. I don't think they'd go down the much more powerful route for a TV only console, all of their efforts so far have gone into shrinking the chipset and improving power/heat consumption, so a Pro version might just leverage a bit more power and have a bigger, better screen, but the TV version would just be that chipset in a box with a controller or joycons and sold as cheaply as possible - so even cheaper than the Lite. I can imagine them doing another Wii Sports around that time to sell it with - and have it more at an Apple TV price point.
  14. The Micro has to be their least successful handheld iteration ever. I loved mine , but even though it was tiny it wasn't *that* much of a shrink screen wise, and obviously all GBA games were designed from the ground up for handheld use in the first place, Switch is an entirely different thing.
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