Nintendo Switch
I’ve owned a Switch since launch day and my entire online play consists of around an hour with the Splatoon 2 beta, so naturally I don’t feel I need it. Also not interested in NES games, and cloud saves go from whatever to offensive when you consider plenty of big upcoming and existing games don’t support them - plus your backups expire if your subscription lapses.
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SEGA Mega Drive Classics is coming to Switch this winter.
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Nintendo's speciality is finding ways to leave you increasingly baffled, but the cloud save debacle is ridiculous for the most BS of reasons (anti-cheat). It's clear (at the moment, at least) that Online is simply a toll-booth to online multiplayer than any real subscription service.

I'm a little suspicious with the recent crackdown on emulation & lack of VC that maybe there are bigger plans for games library but...Nintendo are Nintendo after all!

NES offering is weak, can count the number of titles I MAY want to briefly play on one hand with fingers to spare, few more on the SNES (Yoshi's Island was the first video game I owned) but GBA/N64/Gamecube is a different matter. I would pay any amount of £££ for Paper Mario: TTYD!
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SMB3 has aged remarkably well but I wouldn't pay 20 quid a year to play it.
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(09-19-2018, 05:58 PM)Heavyarms_Kai Wrote: SMB3 has aged remarkably well but I wouldn't pay 20 quid a year to play it.

The best of the lot I'd say, although I only had the prettier SNES Mario All-Stars version
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Risk, Trivial Pursuit Live! are coming to Switch next month, alongside the Hasbro Game Night bundle.
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(09-19-2018, 09:45 AM)SkinnerChinner Wrote: Nintendo's speciality is finding ways to leave you increasingly baffled, but the cloud save debacle is ridiculous for the most BS of reasons (anti-cheat). It's clear (at the moment, at least) that Online is simply a toll-booth to online multiplayer than any real subscription service.

I'm a little suspicious with the recent crackdown on emulation & lack of VC that maybe there are bigger plans for games library but...Nintendo are Nintendo after all!

NES offering is weak, can count the number of titles I MAY want to briefly play on one hand with fingers to spare, few more on the SNES (Yoshi's Island was the first video game I owned) but GBA/N64/Gamecube is a different matter. I would pay any amount of £££ for Paper Mario: TTYD!

If I end up getting Smash Ultimate I expect I'll pretty much have to sign up to Nintendo Online. I'm still hopeful GC titles will make it onto Switch at some point, in some form.
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Aragami: Shadow Edition coming to Switch next February.
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Darksiders Warmastered Edition officially confirmed for Switch.
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Lots of things from the latest Nintendo Direct.
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