If Sony/Nintendo did something like this they’d have my money in a heartbeat. I’d love something like this, but I’ve yet to use a 3rd party controller for either system that tops the in-house ones. The only one in recent memory that raised my eyebrow was that Super Nintendo looking pro-controllery one for the Switch. Read more
My feeling is that she’s not so much lagging as on a slow burn. Apollo rockets, as I saw recently in the absolutely gorgeous footage from the new Apollo 11 documentary (65 mm Panavision!), start off very slowly, then gradually achieve breathtaking speeds that take them on long, successful journeys. Read more
Yes, that’s what we came up with too! Home becomes the main game. What was previously the main series becomes collecting expeditions hosted by a new trainer, who basically after that game, joins your conglomerate.
Exactly. This is what I’m hoping for.
Not Japan specific but this just popped up on lifehacker: https://lifehacker.com/how-to-travel-safely-while-lbgtq-1835617902 Read more
Adidas website will have them listed in their stock ~1 week prior to launch. The stock page will have a “this item will unlock (This day) at (this time)“. Just be on the page at the date and time of launch, and you’ll be in queue. Don’t refresh the page. After launch resale pairs will be posted to apps like StockX and… Read more
I wish I knew the answer, and I hope Nintendo remains motivated to publish such games. You seldom see much public clamor for these games. Here on Kotaku, traffic for stories about them is usually mediocre to bad (this BoxBoy review, for example, is drawing very few readers... oh well!). Read more
You probably found this earlier, but if not, Chucklefish ran an AMA Saturday where they gave positive answers to that and other q’s. https://www.reddit.com/r/NintendoSwitch/comments/amfch6/hi_were_chucklefish_and_we_just_released/
“Talented new” developer was a team from Namco, I believe.