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I'm sure a lot of people would love Pikachu vs Agumon vs Mochi vs Jibanyan battles, but I don't know if they'd put mon characters outside of Pokemon into SSB.
The T-Rex and Nibbler from Fossil Fighters are Spirits, so that at least indicates that other Mon games aren't completely off-limits.
Every monster collecting game that isn't Pokemon is so irrelevant they wouldn't have any reason to.
Alright I think I'm gonna cancel my Nintendo online subscription. With what few games I have that I can play online with, they all been terrible for me. Whether I am playing wireless or wired, I get nothing but lag fests with Mario Kart 8 being the only exception. I ain't gonna be paying for shitty online service.
Coming (hopefully) soon...
...is everyone's favorite western-made tactical RPG parody of Toku shows, Chroma Squad... wait, Chroma Squad is the only "western-made tactical RPG parody of Toku shows", isn't it?
digimon vs Shin Megami Tensei is more fitting then Digimon vs Pokemon.
So I'm watching this random video in the news section on the Switch and only just found out speeding up the video also makes the voices go all chipmunk.
Donkey Kong 3 and Wrecking Crew added to the Nintendo Entertainment System - Nintendo Switch Online will be added on July 17th
It has also added a rewind feature:
Edited by tclittle on Jul 9th 2019 at 8:04:40 AM
Double post: Nikkei: Nintendo to move some of their Switch production to Foxconn's Vietnam facilities as US/China trade war looms.
Edited by tclittle on Jul 9th 2019 at 1:02:21 PM
Nintendo Switch Lite confirmed!
Pokémon Sword and Shield edition confirmed for later!
Edited by TargetmasterJoe on Jul 10th 2019 at 8:16:01 AM
You forgot smaller screen. Lite screen is 5.5 inches, while the original is 6.2 inches.
In any case, while I can see where there might be a market for this, I'm not in it. I just use my Switch in console mode, where I don't have to squint at a screen or worry about battery life.
I was just waiting for the reveal of "But, you can actually connect the Nintendo Switch Lite to your TV... wirelessly, as a controller! This allows us to port over all of the Wii U games to the Switch."
Wasn't sure if it counted as a pro or con...
I guess it's for people who like handhelds and only handhelds.
As with the 2DS, it seems to exist solely as a cheaper alternative for people who really just want to play Pokémon.
Switch Lite also means games like Super Mario Party are out of the question since they do only docked mode.
Just as a heads up, the Switch Lite will launch alongside the Link's Awakening remake and the Ni No Kuni 1 port.
That Sword and Shield bundle version looks fantastic. If it didn't have the Legendary decals on it I'd be all over that version. As it stands this is basically the revision I've been waiting for before taking the plunge. (I don't think I'll be taking it into outer space though, haha)
Edited by ComicX6 on Jul 10th 2019 at 9:10:56 AM
The Unswitch. Does confirm Pokemon is going to sell gangbusters though.
Nintendo has learned their lesson indeed. Launch with Zelda always goes well for them.
Does it still incorporate 3D rumble?
Sorry didn't notice the cons.
I wonder if certain games will have to be packaged specifying that Lite's can play them.
Hrm. I'm torn.
On one hand, 99% of my gaming is handheld anyway. Even at home, I don't have the opportunity to play on the big screen. My only concern (other than not having the ability to host Smash Bros parties) is that the hardware might be weaker... I don't know what will qualify for "Handheld Capable" down the line.
But more portable, better battery, and cheaper all do sound wonderful.
I don’t mind hand held, but I prefer playing on a screen.
I’ve found myself not able to play certain games regularly because I don’t always have control of the Tv due to this preference in fact, even though I could have done off Tv play with both the Wii U and the switch.
So this one isn’t for me.
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