That's because like the new Mario Party game coming out it's made for the more limited Switch Lite. This is where Nintendo have a habit of going wrong when release backwards versions of consoles. They are now having to accommodate that with Switch games, rather than just making games focused for the proper full Switch. I am personally reluctant to support Nintendo on games primarily focused and made for a backwards version console. I didn't invest in that I'm not buying it unless goes cheap... one of the last 3DS games made was a Warioware one which also had old content. That quickly got really cheap, there were lots of sub £10 offers. I think this one will go cheap to quickly also when consider the limited nature of production.
not sure on the hate here. I just played the demo and gave it about 10 tries getting to level 20+. Was great fun. Really looking forward to the main game. (y)
I think £25 is pushing it. I played the Wii version and at least it had some motion control to mix things up to make it interesting. Played the demo for this one and it was just plain dull (felt close to shovelware). 200 forgettable mini games. However, my kids loved it so will probably sell millions.
I'll be disappointed if that's the case, WarioWare games have usually focussed on the hardware features (twisted, touched, moves) and I hoped and expected the same for the Switch version. I'll get it day 1 regardless, as Intelligent Systems games are usually excellent and at least it's not a 'full price' title.
I'm not rushing in with it, and won't be getting new Mario Party either unless there is an exceptional discount posted. From what have read on these games they are design focused for the Lite and it's basically underdeveloped games and lacking progression in that respect. That does not mean either game won't be good on it's own merits of course.
WarioWare always gets heat from me, just hope it's worth waiting for
Nah it's all good, just didn't think you were aware, I've used them before and remember being surprised when they charged for delivery as nearly all online game orders are free delivery so would have been an easy assumption. (y)
Somehow thought it didn't apply to a pre-order. Thanks have updated deal info, I am not one of those deal posters who just ignores the inconvenient info posted by others.
I came across this the other day and noticed from the picture that it was the US version. It put me off as I wasn't sure if I'd have to set up a US account in order to get the 'airblades' dlc.
Useful info, haven't ordered from them yet myself, was looking at Space Invaders Forever £19.98, but might just wait and see if another £15-18 deal comes around somewhere. I recently used Obsidia-Store for first time. Got Alex Kidd (£19.95) and Bubble Bobble (£24.95), and they came sealed no issues within 2 days, so quite happy with their service. Seem to carry low stock and generally expensive, but one to keep an eye on deffo for occassional good deal.
I actually bet this was the code in a box copy anyhow....Zatu keep doing that. I found a good deal on their site for a game that has both, I emailed them and messaged them on twitter, and they confirmed it was a cartridge copy. Then low and behold a code in a box copy turns up. I returned it same day and it arrived the next and I have been waiting for 12 days for my refund...not cool
Didn't even get the chance to vote hot on this one (lol)