That’s true. You can also get them used that way at most stores.
Wow, I’d totally forgotten about this.
Looks great! I’ve always been afraid the feel might be a bit off. How long did the overhaul take you?
Notably, this is already possible in Japan, where you can not only select any combination of standard color Joy-Con and grips to go with the console.
Missing Alpha Zones outrageous, even if that game was garbage.
Yea, Furi was a bit underrated for me the year it came out, so very excited to see their next big follow-up.
While there’s no set release date, the game is currently planed for sometime in 2020 on PC and consoles.
The Coalition also technically has Gears Pop (mobile game) and Gears Tactics (strategy game for PC), but hopefully Spencer isn’t including those in the 14.
I forgot about the rumor that Playground is working on Fable. And as Jason reminded me, it’s likely too early for The Initiative to show anything.
As excited as I am for Reach I really hope they aren’t counting MCC.
The folks over at ResetEra have already started putting together a list of which games will be included in that 14. Here’s each studio:
That would be amazing.
Dead by Daylight and Outer Wilds arrive May 30, followed by Full Metal Furies, The Banner Saga 2, and Superhot on June 6.
It does have the benefit of being on phones.
I had the same problem and had to use a direct link to the page on the Google Play Store https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.nintendo.zaka.b&ah=lYRku7qh__qrEgQPtau8coUUh6w
As another interesting point of comparison a bunch of other publishers are running sales on the eShop at the moment. Mario + Rabbids, for example, is down to $20 without any extra hoops.
That’s also an option. The vouchers are sold through the eShop so in theory you can purchase eShop cards from Target or Amazon using one of those stores’ credit cards to get additional savings.
You actually do get the coins. Which is nice! But also just buying two games at $50 a piece would also give you the coins. So it’s kind of wash.