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Dark Souls Remastered and much more confirmed for Switch in today's Nintendo Direct Mini.
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I’ll definitely be picking the Dark Souls remaster up, though most likely on Xbox as I’d assume there’ll be 4K/HDR support and a higher frame rate on the X.

I’ll gladly pick up Hyrule Warriors and Tropical Freeze - having skipped the Wii U, they can keep the ports coming for me - as well as the Mario + Rabbids DLC. Other than that, there wasn’t too much of interest, though the Mario Tennis game having a story mode means I’ll keep an eye on it.
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(01-11-2018, 07:15 PM)Slam Shot Sam Wrote: I’ll definitely be picking the Dark Souls remaster up, though most likely on Xbox as I’d assume there’ll be 4K/HDR support and a higher frame rate on the X.

I’ll gladly pick up Hyrule Warriors and Tropical Freeze - having skipped the Wii U, they can keep the ports coming for me - as well as the Mario + Rabbids DLC. Other than that, there wasn’t too much of interest, though the Mario Tennis game having a story mode means I’ll keep an eye on it.

Agree with the Wii U ports, though I'm still hoping to see a GameCube virtual console announcement sometime soon.
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Scribblenauts Showdown is coming to Switch (and Xbox and PS4, but it seems like more of a Nintendo-y game).
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Here's the skinny on Nintendo Labo.

I still don't know what I think about it.
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I mean it's a cute idea, but £60 + £10 for some cardboard and stickers...
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Aren't the stickers £8.99 separately, or is that just different stickers?
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(01-18-2018, 09:57 PM)Metalrodent Wrote: I mean it's a cute idea, but £60 + £10 for some cardboard and stickers...

That raises the question of how sturdy they'll be. Especially if someone has young, excited children eager to get their paws on them.

(01-18-2018, 11:03 PM)ImmaturityRules Wrote: Aren't the stickers £8.99 separately, or is that just different stickers?

I not sure about that. I think the cardboard has designs on as standard but I could be wrong.
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Credit where it's due, it does look pretty interesting, but yeah, it's £60+ for pre-cut cardboard.

Ignoring the price a moment, children, flimsy cardboard and £250+ electronics, that's a recipe for disaster if ever I saw one.
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Team PTC share their thoughts on Labo.
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