I have both, and I’d definitely recommend the Lite over the main for someone who just likes being portable anyways. The screen is smaller, but I haven’t had any issues with any games, even those with smaller text (like Fire Emblem 3H, Divinity 2, and Civ 6... I haven’t tried the Witcher 3 though). The Lite is waaaay… Read more
I live the double switch life where the Lite is now my most used Switch, and the old Switch is for the whole family to use (I’ll still use it to play docked occasionally too). This works great for me, since it lets me play more often (while others are using the TV) or on my breaks at work. Just some things to be aware… Read more
Yay, another double pay-wall...
So say we all
This is like watching 28 Days Later and waiting for Sandra Bullock to show up.
I found that I liked FF13 more the second time I played through it, when I wasn’t focused on what it wasn’t. The story/concepts certainly make more sense once you’ve seen it, anyways. Sure, it’s no Bioware or Naughty Dog game, but maybe I’ve seen too much anime to be bothered by the characters.
I feel like I need to know what someone thought of The Last Jedi first before I can put any stock into what they think of Rise of Skywalker.
Based on the towns they showed in the trailer, it looks to be set in the same world, though I suppose it could be a different dimension or time.
There’s something about the simplicity of those old handhelds that is like crack to a kid’s brain. I recently played through Kingdom Hearts 3 and found myself feeling nostalgic for these hold Tiger games when playing the “Classic Kingdom” mini games. My kids were watching me play them, and were blown away that I used…
I’ve been giving Undertale a shot finally, and I’ve been pleasantly surprised by the deadpan, random humor.
Just let me get a chip in my arm already.
Plus the Moon/EDI mission is where you get your class change/upgrade!
Well, at least it means I can actually use and level Aerith in my party for the whole game, since... you know.