You can transfer everything, only won’t be able to use them all (as far as we know) in Sword & Shield. Possibly they’ll introduce a battle stadium in Home, or other app.
His criticisms of GameFreak and the franchise are right. His reason for not getting the game? That’s entitlement.
What I really want from Nintendo is a place to order custom colored Joy-Con the same way that Microsoft has the XBox design studio for their own controllers. Then releasing new colors wouldn’t be such a big deal and switches would feel more like personal gaming consoles.
What about those of us who called to get a repair, were told that it’d cost 60 to replace and decided to just buy a new one? Where’s my refund?!
Microsoft has the XBox Design Lab for people to custom make controllers. I don’t understand why Nintendo hasn’t done the same for at least the Joy-Cons... Seems like hyper-custom Joy-Cons would be something that’s easy money if they’re sold at a premium price.
I will continue to post this till it happens: Pokemon Home as a one-stop for post-game care and competitive content.
Watching that Powerstone video somehow reminded me of The Wonderful 101 from Wii U. I feel like mashup of 101's characters (Which are similarly cartoonish, unique-ish playstyles, have a great variety of costumes) and Powerstone’s fighting mechanics would be a fun party game with a bit of modernization.
Biden-Kamala is the dream ticket, the best of both worlds.
“Imagine if someone proposed a bill allowing companies to drill for oil on Christian church grounds.”
So I’ve been championing my own solution: Pokemon Home as a one-stop for post-game care and competitive content.
The sequel we all want, but I want a “Build-Your-Own Agent” theme where your agent travels the globe and meets with all the teams.
I will never miss an opportunity to say I want a sequel to this gem. There’ve been so many new, inspiring ways to play music rhythm games, but none give me that feeling EBA did.
This is giving me heavy Harmoknight from the 3DS vibes and now I need to go resuscitate that machine to play it.
Hey Kotaku East/Brian et al, has Kotaku ever done a queer geek travel guide for Japan? I’m trying to plan a vacation there, but all the gay bar recs seem a few years outdated, but is there any specific advice to traveling-while-gay in Japan? And also just general safety? I’m sure that general tourist stuff is easy…
This is a very good point.
But is that the same as things like the light house or billboard?
Did they mention anything about public work projects and the player character’s mayorship? I’m less interested in the mayorship, but I’d hate to lose public works. Those made my town feel both more unique and grand.
Honestly this is all I care about rn.
So not someone at Instagram specifically, but someone at the company that Instagram outsources customer support to: