Okay, I got my Switch (grey joycons of course). No problems with mine, everything works fine. I'm liking it a lot more than I thought. Zelda is wonderful (it really is worth it to buy a system just for this game), and the system itself is impressive when you hold it in your hands. I haven't hooked it up to my TV yet, I'll probably wait to buy a pro controller before I do that.
Seiken Densetsu Collection is out June 1st. Made by M2 so it's sure to be awesome.
I recently played through Mario Odyssey. It was pretty fun, but as soon as I was done with it I put it up for sale. Something about it just felt a bit hollow. I think it's the crazy amount of moons (800 or so, I think), most of which are more of a drag than fun to discover. I got about 275 and called it a day.
I prefer the days of having fewer hidden items, thus making their discovery more significant and enjoyable. I don't have the time or interest to play through bloated collectathons comprehensively.
Zelda BOTW also suffered from this, but to a lesser degree (excluding the Korok seeds). Also, it felt more appropriate in a game like BOTW, but maybe that's just me. Among the two BOTW was the much better game, and the one I still own and enjoy turning on every once in awhile just to marvel at its world.
There's a discussion at shmups about it -- glad to see it back on a console, and it would be a contender for me to purchase. One of the few PS3 games I bought and enjoyed. I was just not into that system.
Rade wrote:Finally received a reply by posting in a thread at that Gaijin forum: