Discussion in 'General Entertainment' started by Majin Nila, Nov 13, 2016.
Takes a little while. lol
Trust me. The game gets so much bigger and easier to get lost in.
Anybody get the Switch? I didn't, I'll probably wait for a year.
I did. Good times. But I only have Zelda for it, and probably could've gotten that game for the Wii U, but the Switch is pretty interesting and I think a better realized console.
Yeah, pretty sure that's the only game worth getting for it currently. If you like Fire Emblem there'll be some good releases coming this year and next.
FE! Yes, that's one of the big titles to be announced. Mario Odyssey and Splatoon 2 are also big contenders for big games.
Some of the Switch games announced? Ehhh... But I'll say as a Switch owner I think this system has some real potential.
someone buy me zelda
Man, I haven't played my 3DS in a whole month.
Even longer for me.
I miss it. :cry
I managed to get a Switch and currently have Shovel Knight and Breath of the Wild. My hype for the upcoming games for it reach intensities that could create diamonds.
I'm not interested in anything past the Wii U personally. I can see why some people love the Switch though.
I understand that, and respect your opinion. Having lurked /v/ lately on my free time, this understanding is apparently a rarity.
I ended up getting Zelda about a month ago for the Wii U. Left my Wii U at home during college, so I didn't really play much until summer started. Waited to fight Ganon until I beat all 120 shrines so I could get the Tunic of the Wild. Got that yesterday, so I fought Ganon yesterday and then beat the game. Tbh it's probably my favorite Zelda game yet.
Plan on pre-ordering Fire Emblem: Echoes of Valentia today. The game comes out tomorrow, so it might be a couple days until I get it. I don't really mind waiting though. I look forward to playing, I haven't been hyped about the game really though. I've kind of lost that hype I used to have, I guess because I don't play as many video games as I used to. College changed me a lot.
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