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The very world is at your fingertips as you fight for survival, fortune, and glory. Delve deep into cavernous expanses, seek out ever-greater foes to test your mettle in combat, or construct your own city - In the World of Terraria, the choice is yours!
Blending elements of classic action games with the freedom of sandbox-style creativity, Terraria is a unique gaming experience where both the journey and the destination are as unique as the players themselves!

Features:
• Use the Touch Screen to quickly navigate the inventory, as well as more finesse in building, digging and combat.
• 2 Player split screen in docked mode. Needs two Joy-Cons per player.
• Up to 8 player local wireless play – one console needed per player.
• Up to 8 players online – Nintendo online subscription needed.

Includes 1.3 Update Content:
• Over 300 enemies to combat, defeat, and plunder for loot.
• Over 20 Bosses and Events to truly test the player's skills.
• Endgame Celestial Invasion Event and the Moon Lord final boss encounter.
• Over 20 Biomes and Mini-Biomes to explore, both above and underground – from lush forests to barren deserts to dungeons, the underworld, and even the terrifying Corruption await.
• New Expert Mode designed to provide new challenges for even the most seasoned Terraria veterans - with the promise of greater rewards.
• Updated crafting with multiple added item options.
• Over 20 NPCs to discover, each providing their own benefits and unique style.
• More than 800 new items to discover – bringing the total item count to more than 3500.
• In-depth building options that are easy to learn, but allow for amazing feats of architecture in the hands of a master.
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jonhoggy25/05/2020 11:55

This looks more like a SNES game. I was browsing Nintendo shop last night …This looks more like a SNES game. I was browsing Nintendo shop last night looking for a reasonably priced co-op game that I could play with daughter. There are loads of games but 90% of them look like they have been ported over from early consoles and they still want £15-20 for a download for some of them. Bit of a rip off imo. Or maybe I'm just still torturing myself for missing the 7.99 Mario Rabbids deal.


? Terraria is one of the best games of all times. Released in 2011 it has had constant free updates until 2020.
It's nothing like a SNES game, it's an RPG survival sandbox game. If you like that kinda thing then this is a must buy.
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This looks more like a SNES game. I was browsing Nintendo shop last night looking for a reasonably priced co-op game that I could play with daughter. There are loads of games but 90% of them look like they have been ported over from early consoles and they still want £15-20 for a download for some of them. Bit of a rip off imo. Or maybe I'm just still torturing myself for missing the 7.99 Mario Rabbids deal.
Edited by: "jonhoggy" 25th May
jonhoggy25/05/2020 11:55

This looks more like a SNES game. I was browsing Nintendo shop last night …This looks more like a SNES game. I was browsing Nintendo shop last night looking for a reasonably priced co-op game that I could play with daughter. There are loads of games but 90% of them look like they have been ported over from early consoles and they still want £15-20 for a download for some of them. Bit of a rip off imo. Or maybe I'm just still torturing myself for missing the 7.99 Mario Rabbids deal.


? Terraria is one of the best games of all times. Released in 2011 it has had constant free updates until 2020.
It's nothing like a SNES game, it's an RPG survival sandbox game. If you like that kinda thing then this is a must buy.
I wish crossplay was in this, could help it have a bigger pop on switch, 500k on pc atm lol
This is a great game, but £15 price is high
I bought the 4-pack of Terraria when it first launched on Steam and I still feel like I ripped off the devs. Fantastic game with buttloads of content. Once the Journey's End patch hits the Switch version I fully intend on double-dipping.
Arteus25/05/2020 13:02

I bought the 4-pack of Terraria when it first launched on Steam and I …I bought the 4-pack of Terraria when it first launched on Steam and I still feel like I ripped off the devs. Fantastic game with buttloads of content. Once the Journey's End patch hits the Switch version I fully intend on double-dipping.


Ditto, absoultely brilliant devs - the amount of gameplay in Terraria is superb and one of the best co-op games you can play

Still prefer the PC version to the console counterparts as I don't believe the Switch has couch co-op?
Edited by: "timz" 25th May
jonhoggy25/05/2020 11:55

This looks more like a SNES game. I was browsing Nintendo shop last night …This looks more like a SNES game. I was browsing Nintendo shop last night looking for a reasonably priced co-op game that I could play with daughter. There are loads of games but 90% of them look like they have been ported over from early consoles and they still want £15-20 for a download for some of them. Bit of a rip off imo. Or maybe I'm just still torturing myself for missing the 7.99 Mario Rabbids deal.


On first glimpse it wasn't something I'd go for. Someone bought it for me and it was a great co-op game. The amount of support it has received for a low price (on PC at least) is insane.
jonhoggy25/05/2020 11:55

This looks more like a SNES game. I was browsing Nintendo shop last night …This looks more like a SNES game. I was browsing Nintendo shop last night looking for a reasonably priced co-op game that I could play with daughter. There are loads of games but 90% of them look like they have been ported over from early consoles and they still want £15-20 for a download for some of them. Bit of a rip off imo. Or maybe I'm just still torturing myself for missing the 7.99 Mario Rabbids deal.


There are lots of incredible games with pixel art that are deeper, more complex, and more fun than the big AAA games. How is a game you'll enjoy playing for dozens or hundreds of hours a rip off at £20? Many of them are a hundred times better than Mario + rabbids.
ZeroBlitz25/05/2020 23:13

There are lots of incredible games with pixel art that are deeper, more …There are lots of incredible games with pixel art that are deeper, more complex, and more fun than the big AAA games. How is a game you'll enjoy playing for dozens or hundreds of hours a rip off at £20? Many of them are a hundred times better than Mario + rabbids.


I bought a hardcopy this game for a tenner... six years ago. That's why it is a rip off.
ZeroBlitz25/05/2020 23:13

There are lots of incredible games with pixel art that are deeper, more …There are lots of incredible games with pixel art that are deeper, more complex, and more fun than the big AAA games. How is a game you'll enjoy playing for dozens or hundreds of hours a rip off at £20? Many of them are a hundred times better than Mario + rabbids.


That's fair comment and agree you dont need flash visuals to make a great game, I was just referring to the plethora of Nintendo games on eshop that are overpriced downloads for their age.
Bradmonk26/05/2020 06:53

I bought a hardcopy this game for a tenner... six years ago. That's why it …I bought a hardcopy this game for a tenner... six years ago. That's why it is a rip off.


On the switch? Impressive time machine you have there, it hasn't even been out for a year.

It's kinda obvious why games get a new lease of life on the switch because its by far the best device to play them on (unless they're a twitch FPS or complex rts, sim or something where pc is ideal but even then the portability is a nice option to have) given how comfortable it is to play on the go, the size and quality of the screen paired with good controls, and the fact you can chuck it in the dock to continue on the big screen in a second.

Lots of people are happy to double dip on a game they already own to play it again on the switch so prices reflect that. You can equally see on the eshop how games that don't have the popularity sometimes drop from a tenner or more down to a quid or less in a sale.
Edited by: "ZeroBlitz" 26th May
ZeroBlitz26/05/2020 16:34

On the switch? Impressive time machine you have there, it hasn't even been …On the switch? Impressive time machine you have there, it hasn't even been out for a year.It's kinda obvious why games get a new lease of life on the switch because its by far the best device to play them on (unless they're a twitch FPS or complex rts, sim or something where pc is ideal but even then the portability is a nice option to have) given how comfortable it is to play on the go, the size and quality of the screen paired with good controls, and the fact you can chuck it in the dock to continue on the big screen in a second.Lots of people are happy to double dip on a game they already own to play it again on the switch so prices reflect that. You can equally see on the eshop how games that don't have the popularity sometimes drop from a tenner or more down to a quid or less in a sale.


I'm not reading that.
Bradmonk26/05/2020 18:17

I'm not reading that.


No offense but that's a pretty short comment, if you can't read that... Well no wonder you make woefully absurd and pointlessly negative comments online making yourself look silly and childish to everyone else.
I have no intention of reading about a Nintendo fanboy attempts to justify their/Devs extortionate prices for ports of old games.
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