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Super Mario Odyssey (Nintendo Switch) £42.75 @ Base

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2 Likes #1
My second switch cartridge lands today, so I'll see how I get on with the game juggling... Have MKD from the E-shop, so always on the device and I think it needs to be. Tempted to say Mario Odyssey needs to be always on too... Nice price though!

Edited By: MrJed on Jun 16, 2017 11:35: Jun 16, 2017 11:35
5 Likes #2
If I can't afford Christmas this year, it's going to be entirely Nintendo's fault.
1 Like #3
Cold... no hat included. ;)
1 Like #4
Nintendo have been making great games for decades. But I used to feel that only a select few of us gamers were aware of this fact. Always having to hide our Nintendo fetish from the big boys playing adult games on XBox/PS.

But since the Switch launch it seems the rest of the world has caught up! This will be a great game guaranteed. Not sure £40+ is a particularly great price though. When will this Switch madness end?...
2 Likes #5
Hot price for now; like many, will order nearer the time
#6
Yas
Nintendo have been making great games for decades. But I used to feel that only a select few of us gamers were aware of this fact. Always having to hide our Nintendo fetish from the big boys playing adult games on XBox/PS.But since the Switch launch it seems the rest of the world has caught up! This will be a great game guaranteed. Not sure £40+ is a particularly great price though. When will this Switch madness end?...


The trouble is the hardware is vastly different to what Microsoft and Sony are doing so big third party AAA titles don't usually make it to Nintendo consoles. I buy Nintendo for first party software and have a PS4 Pro for the third party AAA titles.

I don't own a Switch but seeing Yoshi and Mario is making me tempted... hence me looking at this item! Not that you can get a Switch for love nor money at the minute.
#7
Yas
Nintendo have been making great games for decades. But I used to feel that only a select few of us gamers were aware of this fact. Always having to hide our Nintendo fetish from the big boys playing adult games on XBox/PS.
But since the Switch launch it seems the rest of the world has caught up! This will be a great game guaranteed. Not sure £40+ is a particularly great price though. When will this Switch madness end?...

To be fair Yas the Nintendo made games on the Wii and Wii U were only decent to good. It is only now that their backs are against the wall and their aging developers have they decided to let the youngsters among them have a go and create games on the switch that are good to phenomenal. Nintendo have finally caught up and surpassed the rest of the industry and are showing them how it should be done again ala Splatoon, Breath of the Wild and Mario Odyssey. Consumers have noticed this and Nintendo are finally giving them content that is better value for their money.
1 Like #8
chrisj
Hot price for now; like many, will order nearer the time

Agree 99.9% of the time, but this is Tokyo EAD, this is Mario.
#9
Anyone know if they're releasing this for wii u?
#10
Sami24
Anyone know if they're releasing this for wii u?

No it won't
2 Likes #11
Heat but can't be bothered to cancel and re-order for 10p. I'll 'Switch when it gets nearer to £40.
1 Like #12
I have the spare money to buy the Switch,but will hold on for now, when they either reduce the price to a more realistic price (it's simply poor value at the moment considering the meh build quality and all the issues),or when they release the redesigned version.
I'm mainly interested in Zelda as I completed (almost) every Zelda game and am a fan.

Will give this Mario a shot although not the biggest fan of Mario games really.I found the modern city segment of demo very boring and unfit for a Mario game.why they did that?

I would have ordered a Switch if they had announced Animal crossing on E3,but sadly no sign of it.:|
I really love to see a new and improved Animal Crossing game on Switch.

I don't care for Splatoon,Metroid,Mario Kart or Xenoblade at all tho.(played them briefly on Wii U and Wii and GC didn't like them)



Edited By: Tequila on Jun 16, 2017 15:04
4 Likes #13
Base, base, biscuit base. Buttery biscuit base.
5 Likes #14
Stop preordering games, prices never go up
4 Likes #15
Tequila
I have the spare money to buy the Switch,but will hold on for now, when they either reduce the price to a more realistic price (it's simply poor value at the moment considering the meh build quality and all the issues),or when they release the redesigned version.
I'm mainly interested in Zelda as I completed (almost) every Zelda game and am a fan.
Will give this Mario a shot although not the biggest fan of Mario games really.I found the modern city segment of demo very boring and unfit for a Mario game.why they did that?
I would have ordered a Switch if they had announced Animal crossing on E3,but sadly no sign of it.:|
I really love to see a new and improved Animal Crossing game on Switch.
I don't care for Splatoon,Metroid,Mario Kart or Xenoblade at all tho.(played them briefly on Wii U and Wii and GC didn't like them)
Build quality is fantastic, it's amazing what they have squeezed into this thing. Aside from the syncing issues (which I have not experienced) this is a very well put together piece of kit.
#16
Tequila
I have the spare money to buy the Switch,but will hold on for now, when they either reduce the price to a more realistic price (it's simply poor value at the moment considering the meh build quality and all the issues),or when they release the redesigned version.
I'm mainly interested in Zelda as I completed (almost) every Zelda game and am a fan.
Will give this Mario a shot although not the biggest fan of Mario games really.I found the modern city segment of demo very boring and unfit for a Mario game.why they did that?
I would have ordered a Switch if they had announced Animal crossing on E3,but sadly no sign of it.:|
I really love to see a new and improved Animal Crossing game on Switch.
I don't care for Splatoon,Metroid,Mario Kart or Xenoblade at all tho.(played them briefly on Wii U and Wii and GC didn't like them)
Build quality: Definitely feels better than it looks. Solidly built too despite the plastic screen (which is fixed by a cheap or not so cheap screen protector)
4 Likes #17
halap3n0
Build quality is fantastic, it's amazing what they have squeezed into this thing. Aside from the syncing issues (which I have not experienced) this is a very well put together piece of kit.

I wished mine was fantastic quality but it has a slight bend in it that appeared from nowhere and now doesn't easily slip into the dock anymore.
#18
Kais
To be fair Yas the Nintendo made games on the Wii and Wii U were only decent to good. It is only now that their backs are against the wall and their aging developers have they decided to let the youngsters among them have a go and create games on the switch that are good to phenomenal. Nintendo have finally caught up and surpassed the rest of the industry and are showing them how it should be done again ala Splatoon, Breath of the Wild and Mario Odyssey. Consumers have noticed this and Nintendo are finally giving them content that is better value for their money.

The first two games you mention of the three are Wii U games you realise? Nintendo games have generally been great on every console they've released, but popularity distorts reality
1 Like #19
halap3n0
Tequila
I have the spare money to buy the Switch,but will hold on for now, when they either reduce the price to a more realistic price (it's simply poor value at the moment considering the meh build quality and all the issues),or when they release the redesigned version.
I'm mainly interested in Zelda as I completed (almost) every Zelda game and am a fan.
Will give this Mario a shot although not the biggest fan of Mario games really.I found the modern city segment of demo very boring and unfit for a Mario game.why they did that?
I would have ordered a Switch if they had announced Animal crossing on E3,but sadly no sign of it.:|
I really love to see a new and improved Animal Crossing game on Switch.
I don't care for Splatoon,Metroid,Mario Kart or Xenoblade at all tho.(played them briefly on Wii U and Wii and GC didn't like them)
Build quality is fantastic, it's amazing what they have squeezed into this thing. Aside from the syncing issues (which I have not experienced) this is a very well put together piece of kit.
how can you call the build quality and design fantastic when there are numerous legit cases of them getting bent while docked due to poor heat control and many of the screens easily getting scratched by just putting on the dock due poor design?
there is also the widespread joy con syncing issue as well..
I cannot understand what you find amazing about the tech they "squeezed" in there,I mean a new smart phone will easily outperform the graphics and processor of Switch yet at a fraction of the size.

Edited By: Tequila on Jun 16, 2017 20:34
5 Likes #20
Tequila
how can you call the build quality and design fantastic when there are numerous legit cases of them getting bent while docked due to poor heat control and many of the screens easily getting scratched by just putting on the dock due poor design?there is also the widespread joy con syncing issue as well..I cannot understand what you find amazing about the tech they "squeezed" in there,I mean a new smart phone will easily outperform the graphics and processor of Switch yet at a fraction of the size.


Switch costs £280. New phone with swishy graphics and processor - £800
1 Like #21
Murtin
Tequila
halap3n0
Tequila
I have the spare money to buy the Switch,but will hold on for now, when they either reduce the price to a more realistic price (it's simply poor value at the moment considering the meh build quality and all the issues),or when they release the redesigned version.
I'm mainly interested in Zelda as I completed (almost) every Zelda game and am a fan.
Will give this Mario a shot although not the biggest fan of Mario games really.I found the modern city segment of demo very boring and unfit for a Mario game.why they did that?
I would have ordered a Switch if they had announced Animal crossing on E3,but sadly no sign of it.:|
I really love to see a new and improved Animal Crossing game on Switch.
I don't care for Splatoon,Metroid,Mario Kart or Xenoblade at all tho.(played them briefly on Wii U and Wii and GC didn't like them)
Build quality is fantastic, it's amazing what they have squeezed into this thing. Aside from the syncing issues (which I have not experienced) this is a very well put together piece of kit.
how can you call the build quality and design fantastic when there are numerous legit cases of them getting bent while docked due to poor heat control and many of the screens easily getting scratched by just putting on the dock due poor design?
there is also the widespread joy con syncing issue as well..
I cannot understand what you find amazing about the tech they "squeezed" in there,I mean a new smart phone will easily outperform the graphics and processor of Switch yet at a fraction of the size.
Switch costs £280. New phone with swishy graphics and processor - £800
ever heard of One Plus 3 or Xiaomi Note 4? both in same price range and similar power/even better.
so no not necessarily £800 or even £350..
also the discussion wasn't about price, the guy said it's amazing how Nintendo packed the console in this form factor and I reminded him smaller devices are available, price wasn't relevant to the discussion initially..

Edited By: Tequila on Jun 16, 2017 23:50
#22
game and the nintendo store have the hat, so do you think shopto will also get the hat( they also have it for 43 pounds
1 Like #23
Kais
To be fair Yas the Nintendo made games on the Wii and Wii U were only decent to good. It is only now that their backs are against the wall and their aging developers have they decided to let the youngsters among them have a go and create games on the switch that are good to phenomenal. Nintendo have finally caught up and surpassed the rest of the industry and are showing them how it should be done again ala Splatoon, Breath of the Wild and Mario Odyssey. Consumers have noticed this and Nintendo are finally giving them content that is better value for their money.

Urm.... Super Mario Galaxy and 3D World are incredible!!!
#24
Tequila
I have the spare money to buy the Switch,but will hold on for now, when they either reduce the price to a more realistic price (it's simply poor value at the moment considering the meh build quality and all the issues),or when they release the redesigned version.
I'm mainly interested in Zelda as I completed (almost) every Zelda game and am a fan.
Will give this Mario a shot although not the biggest fan of Mario games really.I found the modern city segment of demo very boring and unfit for a Mario game.why they did that?
I would have ordered a Switch if they had announced Animal crossing on E3,but sadly no sign of it.:|
I really love to see a new and improved Animal Crossing game on Switch.
I don't care for Splatoon,Metroid,Mario Kart or Xenoblade at all tho.(played them briefly on Wii U and Wii and GC didn't like them)

I was worried about the build quality but it is absolutely fine, the only thing that I didnt like was the lack of soft materials in the dock, so bought a small padding pack that sticks into the inside. Now the switch slides in and out without any risk of damage.
1 Like #26
Swarfega
Yas
Nintendo have been making great games for decades. But I used to feel that only a select few of us gamers were aware of this fact. Always having to hide our Nintendo fetish from the big boys playing adult games on XBox/PS.But since the Switch launch it seems the rest of the world has caught up! This will be a great game guaranteed. Not sure £40+ is a particularly great price though. When will this Switch madness end?...
The trouble is the hardware is vastly different to what Microsoft and Sony are doing so big third party AAA titles don't usually make it to Nintendo consoles. I buy Nintendo for first party software and have a PS4 Pro for the third party AAA titles.
I don't own a Switch but seeing Yoshi and Mario is making me tempted... hence me looking at this item! Not that you can get a Switch for love nor money at the minute.

Well the saisnburys near me (colchester, Tollgate) has had them in stock from the day they were released.
#27
dirkthedaring71
Swarfega
Yas
Nintendo have been making great games for decades. But I used to feel that only a select few of us gamers were aware of this fact. Always having to hide our Nintendo fetish from the big boys playing adult games on XBox/PS.But since the Switch launch it seems the rest of the world has caught up! This will be a great game guaranteed. Not sure £40+ is a particularly great price though. When will this Switch madness end?...
The trouble is the hardware is vastly different to what Microsoft and Sony are doing so big third party AAA titles don't usually make it to Nintendo consoles. I buy Nintendo for first party software and have a PS4 Pro for the third party AAA titles.
I don't own a Switch but seeing Yoshi and Mario is making me tempted... hence me looking at this item! Not that you can get a Switch for love nor money at the minute.
Well the saisnburys near me (colchester, Tollgate) has had them in stock from the day they were released.

It has been available for all but a couple of days a few weeks ago where all retailers dried up but have since got new stock. May be harder to find on an actual store shelf but it has been available online from reputable retailers from day one as well.
#28
Tequila
Murtin
Tequila
halap3n0
Tequila
I have the spare money to buy the Switch,but will hold on for now, when they either reduce the price to a more realistic price (it's simply poor value at the moment considering the meh build quality and all the issues),or when they release the redesigned version.
I'm mainly interested in Zelda as I completed (almost) every Zelda game and am a fan.
Will give this Mario a shot although not the biggest fan of Mario games really.I found the modern city segment of demo very boring and unfit for a Mario game.why they did that?
I would have ordered a Switch if they had announced Animal crossing on E3,but sadly no sign of it.:|
I really love to see a new and improved Animal Crossing game on Switch.
I don't care for Splatoon,Metroid,Mario Kart or Xenoblade at all tho.(played them briefly on Wii U and Wii and GC didn't like them)
Build quality is fantastic, it's amazing what they have squeezed into this thing. Aside from the syncing issues (which I have not experienced) this is a very well put together piece of kit.
how can you call the build quality and design fantastic when there are numerous legit cases of them getting bent while docked due to poor heat control and many of the screens easily getting scratched by just putting on the dock due poor design?
there is also the widespread joy con syncing issue as well..
I cannot understand what you find amazing about the tech they "squeezed" in there,I mean a new smart phone will easily outperform the graphics and processor of Switch yet at a fraction of the size.
Switch costs £280. New phone with swishy graphics and processor - £800
ever heard of One Plus 3 or Xiaomi Note 4? both in same price range and similar power/even better.
so no not necessarily £800 or even £350..
also the discussion wasn't about price, the guy said it's amazing how Nintendo packed the console in this form factor and I reminded him smaller devices are available, price wasn't relevant to the discussion initially..

A bigger screen is immersive and most of the tech is in the controllers which you also don't get to the same standards on a phone. All I can say is you're missing out. Sync issues were fixed with new stock and the 'majority of people didn't experience this at all. A good screen protector out of the box solves any docking issue.
#29
2minutenoodles
Tequila
Murtin
Tequila
halap3n0
Tequila
I have the spare money to buy the Switch,but will hold on for now, when they either reduce the price to a more realistic price (it's simply poor value at the moment considering the meh build quality and all the issues),or when they release the redesigned version.
I'm mainly interested in Zelda as I completed (almost) every Zelda game and am a fan.
Will give this Mario a shot although not the biggest fan of Mario games really.I found the modern city segment of demo very boring and unfit for a Mario game.why they did that?
I would have ordered a Switch if they had announced Animal crossing on E3,but sadly no sign of it.:|
I really love to see a new and improved Animal Crossing game on Switch.
I don't care for Splatoon,Metroid,Mario Kart or Xenoblade at all tho.(played them briefly on Wii U and Wii and GC didn't like them)
Build quality is fantastic, it's amazing what they have squeezed into this thing. Aside from the syncing issues (which I have not experienced) this is a very well put together piece of kit.
how can you call the build quality and design fantastic when there are numerous legit cases of them getting bent while docked due to poor heat control and many of the screens easily getting scratched by just putting on the dock due poor design?
there is also the widespread joy con syncing issue as well..
I cannot understand what you find amazing about the tech they "squeezed" in there,I mean a new smart phone will easily outperform the graphics and processor of Switch yet at a fraction of the size.
Switch costs £280. New phone with swishy graphics and processor - £800
ever heard of One Plus 3 or Xiaomi Note 4? both in same price range and similar power/even better.
so no not necessarily £800 or even £350..
also the discussion wasn't about price, the guy said it's amazing how Nintendo packed the console in this form factor and I reminded him smaller devices are available, price wasn't relevant to the discussion initially..
A bigger screen is immersive and most of the tech is in the controllers which you also don't get to the same standards on a phone. All I can say is you're missing out. Sync issues were fixed with new stock and the 'majority of people didn't experience this at all. A good screen protector out of the box solves any docking issue.
I'm not missing out,as I said I'm considering getting one and will eventually get one.I even already bought the "amFilm" screen protector which is considered the best.
but truth should be told,there are real hardware issues that they need to iron out,and they will.
also considering the technology and build quality of this system it's definitely overpriced.
#30
Hmm.. tempted but I was thinking of getting this for the kids to open up on Christmas morning, so may hold off for now and see if I can pick it up around the £30 mark or lower come Black Friday sales etc..
#31
OutSpoken
Hmm.. tempted but I was thinking of getting this for the kids to open up on Christmas morning, so may hold off for now and see if I can pick it up around the £30 mark or lower come Black Friday sales etc..

Black Friday is only a month after release. Will be lucky if it sits at £40 imo. Nintendo games don't often drop much.
#32
2minutenoodles
Black Friday is only a month after release. Will be lucky if it sits at £40 imo. Nintendo games don't often drop much.

I'll bear that in mind- still 27 October is a while away, so I'm sure there ll be other opportunities to grab a deal

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