She has savings and is still working from home. She wouldn’t risk their financial future just to buy a Switch. She was able to afford it. The girl wanted one last year, but she waited until they had more cash and until the girl was a bit older and would enjoy some of the more complex games. Read more
I’ve been playing with my five-year-old and had similar experiences. He enjoys stealing stuff from around my house and gets mad when I take it back. He threw a tantrum because my house was bigger than his (and he was tired). He got mad because I won’t give him a better axe to chop down random trees.
I think you meant prefix :-)
One of the early Dragon Warriors, being on an NES cartridge, would occasionally screw up and delete your save file. When it did this, it let you know when booting up by replacing the normal opening screen and upbeat theme with a special screen with the bad news and what as a little kid was the most ominous/scary music… Read more
Best of all, you don’t even have to check your Wish List for sales. Nintendo will email you whenever an item on your list is on sale or when an upcoming game is finally available.
PSN offers a wish list on desktop/mobile, but you’d need to sign up for alerts from a third party to get notified if anything went on sale. I appreciate that Nintendo actually emails you to let you know something on your wish list got a discount.
The Wish List is super handy, but I also feel likes its necessary because of how poorly the store is set up in general. If I don’t add a game to my Wish List when I see it, chances are within a month or two it is buried so deep that I will never see or think about it again. It is helpful to be able to pull up just my… Read more
I usually but with these full priced games that get a massive sale like Xonic or NBA2K19, but both the article and commenters are not focusing on something that the Switch has that makes these even more of a bargain: the Gold Coins from their rewards program. I’ve bought these with my gold coins since it’s nothing out… Read more
I’m already seeing the comments, so let’s be clear about something here:
“Cancel Culture” did not kill Alec Holowka. We don’t yet have the full picture of how he died, but it sounds as if he died by suicide, and had been suffering from a host of psychological and personal difficulties prior to that final, tragic act.
No… Read more