Discussion in 'Nintendo' started by Tron Bonne, Oct 20, 2016.
Well, I live right on the border with the States, so...
[FONT="]Nintendo: Many unannounced 3DS titles and over 100 Switch titles in development[/FONT]
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11:58 [YT]xfIw0d2gmcc[/YT]Nintendo Switch Hands On With Rerez & Steve Tilley!!! - Electric Playground
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Victor Lucas traveled to Toronto to get some serious hands on time with the Nintendo Switch. He met up with Shane Luis from Rerez and Reviews on the Run's Steve Tilley and all threeand all three share their thoughts on the system, it's functionality and the games on display.
Make sure you check out https://www.youtube.com/user/rereztv
Special thanks to our pal Marc Newberry for helping us with production on this shoot!
Nintendo is doing a super bowl commercial. Huh.
Here's the extended version...
No Karen, but two dudes who are definitely getting fired.
So I'm hearing stories about Kimishima is stating that the online service for the Switch will be roughly $25 a year in American dollars.
That's £19.74 in UK pounds. Expensive for what should really be a free service.
Sounds like a good price and I'll happily pay it if the online is more stable and consistent than it was on Wii U, 3DS and Wii. It's cheaper than the $60 I pay for PS+ and since I'm getting less that's A-OK with me.
25 bucks a year isn't too bad.
Yeah, price sounds fair by payed online standards. It's about half what I expected them to charge for a year so I'm pretty happy to hear this.
A free game to play for a month, plus stable online makes it worth it for me. No complaints. Not one.
We'll see if the online quality is better. If not, I think $25 will still be too much.
The problem is how many games will they have worth playing online. Heck capable of playing online. Its no where near the value of the other two.
Splatoon, Mario Kart 8 and Smash will be enough online for me to pay. If Bomberman has online that's another.
I get that is enough for you. But how does that stack up with what the other two offer? Rather poorly, especially as you actually get multiple games a month attached to your account with the other two.
Well the Nintendo one is half the price, so they don't stack up. If Nintendo was chargin $60 a year I'd be in a much different headspace about it.
I think that is the problem. The other two are twice the price, and still a way better value.
We'll judge value when the program launches. There could still be more up Nintendo's sleeve.
Arlo's a game channel that primarily does Nintendo stuff. Heard about him from the Gnoggin channel. Don't mind the puppet, he actually gives fairly reasoned arguments. Anyway, this is his take on Mario Odyssey. He kinda goes through Mario's history, and why this game excites him.
Arlight got two articles from the same place andother fallowing them from games radar with some shocker news for those here. you all know about online service pricing that part it's what I'm presenting to you all in one ofthe articles be low it's the VR consideration .
Report: Switch Menu Leak Reveals Extra Storage Space For Dev Units
on Feb 01, 2017 at 12:01 PM
According to the images, which came from a pulled Portuguese ad, developers have a little more storage space to play around with.
Report: Nintendo President Shares Switch Online Services Pricing, VR Considerations
on Feb 01, 2017 at 12:10 PM
Nintendo president Tatsumi Kimishima shares his thoughts on Switch online services pricing and the company's virtual reality aspirations.
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I thought the 3DS, Wii and Wii U online was fine. I don't need anything special for online play and I wish Nintendo were going to offer a free less satisfactory service alongside this paid one.
The online on my Wii U shoddy. Smash was a nightmare, with constant lag. Mario Kart and Splatoon were ok, but I had frequent disconnects. I'll pay if it means I get a more consistent experience.
I don't have online problems with Smash on my Wii U, but I definitely do on my 3DS.
Mario Kart 7&8 were both fine on 3DS and Wii U, though.
Got two articles from the same place
The Jackbox Party Pack 3 Is Coming Soon To The Nintendo Switch. February 2, 2017 . 8:30am
The Jackbox Party Pack 3 released last year in October for PC, PlayStation 4, and Xbox One and Jackbox Games has announced it will soon get a release for the Nintendo Switch.
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Nintendo Says Super Bowl Ad For The Switch Speaks To Their Confidence In The System. February 2, 2017 . 9:30am
In a recent interview with TIME, Nick Chavez, Nintendos Senior Director of Consumer Marketing, shared the companys decision behind airing a Super Bowl commercial for the Switch.
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Wii U online was fine for me. Online doesn't need to be too fancy.
I'm not talking fancy. I'm just talking about consistency.