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  1. Nintendo Switch

    For companies selling you the same full price game for the third time, it certainly is!
  2. Monster Hunter: World

    Aha, cheers.
  3. Monster Hunter: World

    @mechamonkey what do you mean when you refer to Betelgeuse 29, 49 Kirin etc?
  4. Enter the Gungeon - Shoot, Loot & Roll

    I played this for the first time tonight and wasn't very impressed. Possibly my expectations were too high after so many people insisted it was so incredible. It feels like a sanitised knock off of Binding of Isaac. What makes it so much better?
  5. I'm not really sure what the point would be now. It's finished. It's been released. It's out there for everyone to play it. I believe the guy who made it had no intention of ever trying to make money from it, so what would be the point of releasing another free version of the game with a different name and main character? So we can direct download it from a blog rather than torrent it?
  6. Shadow of the Colossus Remake (Bluepoint)

    Doh. Found it now, thanks. Rode past that many times, somehow. Worth it though - very beautiful.
  7. Shadow of the Colossus Remake (Bluepoint)

    Am I missing something obvious? How do I find the eighth colossus? I've completed this at least three times before and yet I still can't remember. I've been riding around the same circumference of rock for hours - the colossus is somewhere inside/beneath.
  8. Nintendo Switch eShop

    Brilliant. Thanks for this.
  9. Is "Game" finished?

    Bloody hell, I hadn't thought of that. Never mind doomed, then. Game saved.
  10. Nintendo Switch eShop

    Am I right in saying Owlboy is about £15.50 on the Russian eshop? How much is it on the South African eshop?
  11. Is "Game" finished?

    Depending on the range of games Poundland offers, yes, Game might be fucked - and by extension, people who still trade in games. In theory, an individual will be able to rock up to a local Poundland, buy every game on the shelf and mince into Game to sell it on - unsustainable, and the end of expensive second hand games. On the other hand, if Poundland stocks a very narrow range of ancient, pedestrian shite (years-old Fifas, Call of Dutys, Assassin's Creeds) then it might not have much of an impact.
  12. Nintendo Switch

    Dandara is weird, tough, engrossing and really bloody good. It's old school Metroid. Strange, lonely environments to explore for upgrades and new abilities which unlock paths in previous areas. No waypoint markers or hints - just a bunch of interconnected areas to explore as you please. Traversal is entirely walljumping - you can't walk or run (hence weird) - and is a little frustrating early on until you get used to it and start to zip about like it's nothing. It also has a Souls-esque levelling mechanic where you collect salt/souls from enemies to upgrade your abilities at campsites/bonfires and lose all your salt/souls if you die, with one chance to make your way back and retrieve them. In a week that has included Shadow of the Colossus, Rime and Monster Hunter World, Dandara is all I want to keep playing right now. Doesn't appear to be getting much attention though. Maybe Metroidvania fatigue has set in? I might start a thread for it once I've finished.
  13. Nintendo Switch

    I think I made a new one. Which I will never remember. Why is it asterisked out on my own Switch? It's not a password, for fuck's sake.
  14. Nintendo Switch

    OK. So if I want to change the region of my Japanese account, I need to sign in on a browser. I know the password, but I don't know what the Nintendo Network ID is (can't find it anywhere in the Switch settings) and I don't know which email address I've used (it's asterisked out on the Switch). How am I supposed to find out? Was I supposed to write it on a piece of paper? The only recovery options involve providing my email address, which I don't know, because it's not my main account.
  15. Nintendo Switch

    So do you guys have different accounts on your Switch, one for each region? I already have a Japanese one from when I bought Monster Hunter but I'm not sure I can be arsed setting up more with a different email address each time.

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