£25 looks like the current best price. Doubt it'll drop but also doubt this will command the same crazy prices as the first release
I would say that the problem with Nintendo was always Nintendo of America, all the Japanese games were always censored by NoA when were released in USA. Then, we were getting the pal editions using the American version as base game.
Didn't know this, that might mean it holds its physical price well, I wasn't too bothered about buying it, but that makes it more interesting if can get it for a good prices. Is arguably on some level an iconic gaming character.
Read that the physical copy was exclusive to Europe, so it's quite rare now since ppl from other regions were also buying it up
Nintendo changed tack since the Wii U. Bayonetta's Nintendo costumes were originally a bit more conservative before Nintendo made some suggestions. Now, they allow more freedom if it fits the content. (not sure we'd ever see Dead or Alive Extreme Beach Volleyball Nintendo costumes though!)
06/10/2021Expires on 06/10/2021Posted 10th SepPosted 10th Sep
I bought it and played it. I really like it. It plays very well on Switch and it’s exactly what it says it is - a tough but fair survival game. I think it’s quite addictive as well. For the fiver I’ve got great value so far. (y)
I had my eye on it for a while, but never seemed to go below 12 quid, so this was a surprise. Sorry you can’t get a refund. It happened to me before as well.
Thanks. I've seen some trailers and I think I might hold off for PSN sale and get it there. It is seriously temping for 6 quid though.
Bought this in Switch about a month ago, I think, for £12 on the eShop it's definitely worth the price it is now.
Seems to be ok. But I don’t have the PC version. Interesting to see that a new patch was just released as well as some tips on the e-shop news channel. I guess they dropped the price when they had a new patch. (y)
I wasn't overly impressed by their puzzles (as a club level player) but others might enjoy them. Generally found their puzzles rather direct and uncreative. The AI is quite good at least and the historic match segment is fun. It's a pain to play offline though because it regularly checks for an internet connection. I also find their sets lovely but distracting as the pieces aren't that easy to make out - it's a pity Chess Ultra completely misses out on a 2D option that was present in the Wii U release. The correspondence-style chess option is great and you can have some good matches there.