Naomi Yamazaki's Wingman
- Apr 20, 2013
Tiger Heli (m2 Shottriggers) is out now for Switch
The Battle Cats come back on Switch this december
The Battle Cats Unite!
The homie @Ajax hooked it up with a brook wireless setup, so now I'm in biz with an arcade stick too. Mr driller and Windjammers have been fun, I'll need to start picking up shooties at some point here.I just finally got a "real" switch thanks to bubz. I bought a lite at the beginning of lockdown, played and acquired a few games, and then stashed it. Playing on the TV is so much better, and it was cool already having a nintendo acct and some games set up.
There's a ton on there, some are available physical but the best is having a JP Nintendo account to get the digital exclusives like Rade
I'll tell you now. Unless you play your Switch in handheld more often then not, then the OLED isn't for you.
Yeah I was talking to you my bad. Generally I see the OLED as a side-upgrade for anyone who plays their Switch docked more often then not. I would say get the newer "Red Box" model since it does have an improved battery life but outside of that, I can't suggest spending an extra 50 bucks on the OLED unless you're playing it in handheld mode all the time.Not sure if this is directed at me, but I already own the OLED. I was buying new anyway and not upgrading, so the extra $50 was no big deal. Yes, the upgrades (64gb internal storage, LAN port built in the dock, improved kickstand, bigger screen, possibly more efficient battery drain) seem relatively minor if you're upgrading, but for a first time purchase I'd say there really is no reason to not get the OLED even if you're rarely using it in handheld mode.