That’s exactly it, I think... I know I had a 3DS, a 3DSXL, and, finally, the New 3DS XL.
Ahh, yes, the Alot. One of my favorites.
Persona 5 is definitely the odd man out of that group... it totally has a set end. You can’t do a single thing without getting closer to the final calendar day.
What’s especially nice is that if you play enough Fortnite with the Battlepass, you’ll earn enough to make up for the cost of the pass.
Stands are here to stay, for better or worse.
That weighted blanket says it will reduce Autism.
I should have clarified... I meant that, if they wanted to add vehicles to the game, the map would need to be bigger. I don’t think that vehicles would work well on the current map.
They just need to make a larger map for the vehicles... have things be a little farther away, more “dead space” between cities (without being boring) and don’t make vehicles so rare that you’re screwed unless you find one. Or something.
On the plus side, it wasn’t true, so maybe it has more redeeming qualities than they let on.
I’m just confused as to why this warrants such musings when it was done so many years ago and has been copied by nearly every other 4 player co-op horde survival game.
So... the Packmaster is the Smoker from Left4Dead?
From my understanding, it was a problem before but a recent patch made it start bricking things more often. It sounds like they designed the Switch to draw more power when docked, which put it out of compliance of USB-C power draw measures, which is what made it start acting up with some third party docks (the…
My response is based on the analyses of Nathan K, an engineer who likes to do analyses of power compliance and verification of devices. I’ve read his stuff and trust his judgment, based on his previous work and research.
I’m actually talking about the analyses of Nathan K, an engineer who likes to do analyses of power compliance and verification of devices. I’ve read his stuff and trust his judgment, based on his previous work and research.
No, but it’s up to Nintendo to make a device that’s compliant with the USB-C standards.
Wait a minute... people know this is on Nintendo, right? The Switch isn’t USB-C compliant and ends up overdrawing power when it docked mode.
Man, I’m loving GoW... seeing their interactions and some of Kratos’ reactions and hesitations are so accurate.
Dang, that’s true... BUT he’s Darryl not Daryl! ;)
The one true Daryl.
It’s already been fixed... It’s $80 for the Paperwhite.